Whenever you choose to visit this Grade II listed cottage in Upper Oddington, you're guaranteed to fall under its spell. The enchanting mid-19th century home retains several of its original features – with toasty fireplaces and exposed wooden beams, winter visits spent curled up with a good book are as cosy as can be. And, if you're staying during the warmer months, then the picture-perfect garden awaits. Challenge your loved ones to a game of croquet on the lawn with the set provided, or sit under the willow tree with a cool drink and admire the small stream running by. If you're planning to cycle through the surrounding countryside then there's space to keep your bike in the outdoor storage space, and walkers will be happy to discover that the village is surrounded by a network of footpaths. The famous Cotswold town of Stow-on-the-Wold is just two miles away while Moreton-in-Marsh is six miles away, so exploring this idyllic region couldn't be easier – just remember to stop off for some afternoon tea on your travels.
Home truths: *Guests above the maximum capacity are not allowed to visit overnight or during the day
*Stag parties, hen parties, or groups where the majority are under 25 are not allowed
*The stairs up to the top floor, where there are two single bedrooms, are very steep and so will not be suitable for guests with limited mobility
*There are wooden beams throughout the house, so tall guests will need to be careful
*Mobile phone signal is poor in the village, although there is wi-fi in the house
*There is no washing machine or dryer
*There is a small stream in the enclosed garden – you'll need to supervise young children
*A cot and high chair can be provided
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