Wolds End House,

Chipping Campden
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What our customers say:
I have purchased from Jigsaw in the past and it has always been a positive experience just as the recent booking for Feb 2018. I always feel I am dealing with human beings not inflexible machines!

Sandy Herz, Buckinghamshire
March 2017

Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Baths: 4
Cottage Features:


Wolds End House is simply stunning. This elegant period property sits on the edge of Chipping Campden, a very attractive Cotswold town with a choice of independent retailers, pubs & restaurants. The house has been beautifully restored with a keen eye for both design & comfort ensuring that guests lack none of the home comforts but feel truly pampered. Holiday bliss!
Weekly Rate: £1,574 – £2,888
Short Breaks from: £1,186
Changeover Day: Friday

Ground Floor

Period features abound in this house and you'll enter into a very generous hallway with original flagstone flooring.

To the left a classic living room is a double aspect room flooded with natural light: there's ample comfy seating in front of the cosy wood burning stove and a large TV with dvd player for film nights.

Back across the hallway the handsome dining room has seating for 8 in front of the large inglenook fireplace where an open fire roars in the cooler months creating the perfect ambiance for family feasts.

Through to the fully fitted Kitchen where a Sandyford Sherlock takes care of all your heating, hot water and cooking: there's also halogen hob, Rangemaster fridge and freezer with ice making facility, dishwasher, wine cooler and microwave to make life easy and allow the inner cook to flourish. A separate Utility Room has a washing machine and tumble dryer.

The very pretty, enclosed garden can be accessed from both the hallway and the kitchen.

First Floor

In contrast to the original stone & wooden floors on the ground floor, upstairs you'll find a deeply luxuriant cream carpet throughout which is an absolute joy underfoot.

At the end of the corridor, Bedroom One has a king size bed, dressing table, built in wardrobes and a lovely window seat looking out onto the garden. Stairs lead from the bedroom to the En-suite with a double drench shower, washbasin, heated towel rail and WC.

Bedroom Two has an antique style wrought iron double bed, dressing table, built in wardrobe and chest of drawers. An original fireplace (not working) completes the period feel.

Adjacent to bedroom 2, there's a sumptuous Bathroom with an impressive free standing roll top bath with a shower attachment for indulgent post-ramble or pre-dinner soaking, wash basin, heated towel rail, bidet and WC.

At the other end of the corridor, Bedroom Three has zip and link beds which can either be made up as two single beds or a super king size bed so whatever the make up of your group, you'll have all bases covered. There's also a wardrobe and chest of drawers. The En- suite has a shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC.

Second Floor

A short flight of stairs leads to the Master Suite: to the right the Bedroom has a fairy tale king size bed (think princess and the pea), dressing table, chest of drawers and masses of built in wardrobe space. To the left, the stylish En-suite has a double drench shower, wash basin, heated towel rail, bidet and WC.

Throughout the house, quality is the byword with luxuriant, fabrics in muted tones and crisp, cotton linens adorn the beds ensuring a restful nights sleep - there really are no second prize rooms here!

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A beautiful garden with table and seating for eight, a BBQ and sun loungers.

Need to Know

Free wifi available.

A welcome basket of logs is provided.

Off street parking is available.

A high chair, travel cot and stair gate can be provided upon request.

One well behaved dog welcome. Please note an additional £20 charge applies per stay.

Wolds End House is strictly a non smoking establishment.

A £500 refundable security deposit is required for this property.


Wolds End house is located just a few minutes walk from the centre of Chipping Campden, where you can enjoy a fantastic meal in one of the pubs or restaurants, browse the antique shops or sample the local delights in the delicatessens and bakeries galore. Why not take a day out to visit Shakespeare’s Stratford Upon Avon, lose yourself in the history of the quaint Cotswold villages of Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Broadway, indulge your green fingers at the National Trust properties of Snowshill Manor and Hidcote or take in the fresh air with a hike along the Cotswold Way.

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