Maybe you are looking for that truly unique Cotswolds Holiday, then Romany caravan holidays could be an experience not to overlook. This Romany caravan is situated in the surroundings of the heart of the Cotswolds, you can experience a Gypsy life and go back to nature and experience the fun of an outdoor holiday.
Very near to Bourton on the Water, Little Rissington is a quaint village where you will be able to relax and plot your time with exploring the Cotswolds.
The Romany caravan usually referred to as a Wagon or Vardo, has a beautifully painted Bow Top and sleeps a maximum of 2 adults.
Facilities include; All bed linen, Towels, Kettle over the fire, Pots and pans, Utensils, Crockery, Logs to burn on the fire, A flushing toilet on site, Torch and lighting within the wagon. Also available on location; A power shower (for those who really can’t go without), Water, Washing up facilities and a fridge.
The Granary is an ideal location in the Cotswolds for a relaxing vacation.
Situated in the perfect surrounds in the village of Nether Westcote run by Owners Tony and Hazel Gibson.
Offering an en suite bedroom with either a twin or king size double bed.
The Granary has a fully equipped open plan kitchen/diner/lounge.
The kitchen has fridge, microwave, washing machine, oven and ceramic hob. This room has lovely views over the village and the Evenlode Valley. There is a futon which is suitable for 1 person.
There is also the option of having breakfast served at the guest house directly opposite.
Nearby is a village pub for eating out, perfect for village walks and cycling.
The Inn on the Marsh keeps the tradition of a well kept beer and home cooked food, very popular amongst the locals for its welcoming feel. From time to time you may walk and catch a game of dominoes or walkers from the local caravan sites. The food is well priced offering great value for money. You will not leave feeling hungry.
Quite often you will see the ducks crossing the road at the Inn on the Marsh when they pay a visit from the local duck pond.
The Inn on the Marsh is a very popular pub for all!
The beer is well kept and with always the choice of a stunning guest ale
the Inn on the Marsh is a highly recommended pub to visit in the Cotswolds.
Traditional Pub Food is Served 6 Days A Week Tuesday Til Sunday(sunday Roast Special)pub Lunches 12/2 Dinner 7/9, Specials Board. Wide Range Of Real Ales (see Camra) Beers Wines Spirits And Minerals
The Kings Head Inn is a privately-owned Cotswolds inn and dates back to the 16th century when it was originally built as a cider house. Its Owners, Archie and Nicola Orr-Ewing, have devoted an extraordinary amount of time and energy to restoring and improving this beautiful pub over the past 12 years.
Open fires welcome you in the winter and in the spring and summer the gloriously picturesque village green with the brook running through it and the ducks and bantams wandering freely around creates an idyllic setting for the Inn. The King’s Head Inn is a great place for a relaxing drink or delicious food and with its twelve attractive bedrooms also makes it an excellent place to stay if you are looking for the finest Cotswold Bed and Breakfast.
The Kings Head inn features in the Michelin Pub Guide, The Good Food Guide and are on the front cover of The Good Pub Guide 2012.
Currently offering a range of packages including their dinner bed and breakfast deals.
Situated in the romantic setting of Shipton Under Wychwood you will find this very popular Inn – The Lamb Inn.
Hosting 5 Ensuite guest rooms which have been refurbished to an individual style by interior designer Jean Harrod.
High quality furnishing and fittings will await you.
The Bar has an open log fire, where the owners pride themselves with serving fine wines and real ales.
The Restaurant offers a seasonal menu with locally sources produce for the menu
The Garden has a landscaped terrace filled with slate tables and cane furniture. A sun trap in the summer for a relaxing time.
Free WiFi is offered to all guests
The Lamb Inn is a perfect location for a romantic weekend and a country retreat.
Set amidst glorious rolling countryside and in a designated Area of Outst anding Natural Beauty, our North Cotswolds home from home at Little Compton is your great escape the perfect location for exploring unspoilt villages and historical towns.
Once a Victorian schoolhouse built in 1854 by the local brewery and more recently a lively day nursery for surrounding village toddlers, our converted home has a more genteel but still carefree atmosphere. We offer four comfortable en-suite rooms, private sitting rooms and a choice of indulgent or active pastimes and treats we are happy to prepare or book for you.
The stable Cottage offers a spacious self catering stay in the Cotswolds.
The Stable Cottage comprises of double and twin bedrooms, bathroom with bath, kitchen with cooker, fridge and dining table, lounge with Freeview TV and coal effect gas fire.
The Stable Cottage also offers broadband for guests. All towels and linen are provided.
Once part of the farm it used to be a fruit and veg shop and it has kept its characteristic charm.
Plenty of parking space and adjacent to the Cotswold View Guesthouse so the owners are not to far away if anything is required.
Set in the surrounds of the unspoilt village of Swinbrook
Whether you want to escape for a quiet evening drink, are looking for fresh, locally-sourced food or want to make use of our beautiful Cotswold accommodation as a base for exploring Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, you will be be hard-pressed to find a more idyllic location.
A short distance from the picturesque town of Burford, yet a million miles from the hustle and bustle of busy everyday life, The Swan is the perfect place to relax, socialise and unwind.
Every so often you will find a hidden gem in the Cotswolds, The Willows is certainly that. Self Catering at it’s most tranquil in the Cotswolds.
Its location is perfect and you will this hidden treat in the beautiful quaint village of Little Rissington.
Perfect scenery surrounds the Willows with fields and streams to look out on whilst enjoying your relaxing holiday.
The Willows Features:
A fully equipped kitchen with oak flooring and bar style eating facilities.
A luxury Double bedroom.
Bathroom with powershower and heated towel rail.
Seating area and a BBQ on the grass by the stream.
WiFi, Television, Electric cooking facilities, Fridge with freezer compartment, Dishwasher and Microwave.
Washing machine and tumble drier are downstairs.
Modern oil central heating.
Plenty of parking.
Prices include bed linen, towels, all heating and electric.
Household items, washing up liquid, cling film, dishwasher tablets, tin foil etc.
Nearby to the Willows within 2 miles is the village of Bourton on the Water, and within 5 miles are the towns of Stow on the Wold and Burford. A wealth of easy locations for great sites to see and places to eat and drink await you.