Entrance via a porch into the Living Room with a three seater leather sofa and two easy chairs. Character features include a window seat where you can watch the world go by and original beams. Also a flat screen internet TV with Freeview, occasional tables and lamps. Please note that the fireplace is ornamental and cannot be used. Double French patio doors lead to the courtyard.
Dining Room has an oak table with seating for 6-8, dresser cabinet.
The Kitchen has an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave and washing machine. The back door leads from the kitchen into the courtyard and on to the garden.
Master Bedroom has a 6’ brass double bed, bedside tables with lamps, storage console and window seat.
Bedroom Two has a 5’ oak double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a chest of drawers.
Main Bathroom has a claw foot bath with shower attachment, jack and jill sinks, heated towel rail and WC.
Bedroom Three has two single beds, a bedside cabinet with lamp and a chest of drawers.
A separate WC and washbasin is located across the landing.
Den / Second Living Room has two single sofa chairs (an additional charge of £40pp applies for use as additional sleeping arrangements), bean bags, a walk in wardrobe, a 46″ flat screen internet enabled TV with BT vision and PS3 player.
En-suite Bathroom has a bath with overhead shower, wash basin and WC.
Coniston House is located very centrally in Stow-on-the-Wold where you will find wonderful antique shops and boutiques, art galleries, a selection of quaint tearooms and a fantastic choice of country pubs and excellent restaurants. Stow-on-the-Wold is an excellent base for walkers, with many paths running from the town itself. Within a short drive from the cottage you can explore the picturesque towns and villages of The Slaughters, Chipping Campden, Broadway and Burford. There are many attractions in the local area, including Snowshill Manor and Lavender Farm, Sudeley Castle, the Cotswold Farm Park and Batsford Arboretum. Shakespeare’s Stratford-Upon-Avon and the historic Oxford are a little further afield, but well worth a visit. Please note that for one week in October and one week in May each year many of the amenities and pubs in Stow-on-the-Wold shut due to the Gypsy Horse Fair. If your chosen dates fall in either of these months, please feel free to call to discuss.