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Cotswold Manor House

Petty France, Badminton, Cotswolds

Sleeps: 20
7 nights
£0 - £9552
Available from a minimum of 2 nights

Overview

  • Sleeps 20 + 10*
  • Six bedrooms: One bedroom with 3 singles; four family rooms with one king and two singles; one family room with one king, one single and a bunk bed
  • Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor
  • We can accommodate a maximum of 30, including a sofa bed for 2 guests*
  • Four bathrooms with facilities and wc on both floors. Four bedrooms are en suites.
  • Wheelchair access* - please enquire in advance to discuss your requirements.
  • Suitable for children and baby (free travel cots and highchair available)
  • Well-behaved dogs welcome by prior arrangement at no extra charge
  • Covered outdoor social/entertaining area and outdoor furniture
  • Outdoor heated waterfall hot tub
  • West facing enclosed landscaped grounds with lawn area and seating
  • Welcome hamper, premium linen and toiletries
  • Sweeping private gated drive with secure parking for six cars with more space nearby
  • Covid-19 measures* (see Visitors' Notes)

Property layout

  • Ground floor
    Entrance through the reception/dining room with a feature boardroom-style dining table. The table seats 20 + fold-away-tables for 8 extend to seat up to 28. Open fire in a period fireplace and ornate cornicing. Drinks honesty bar area.
    Lobby/hallway with stairs to first floor and separate wc.
    Well equipped kitchen with large island and ornate cornicing.
    Double French doors lead from the kitchen onto the adjoining hot tub terrace with 3 dining tables with benches and a barbecue.
    Sociable living room with plenty of comfortable sofas, an open fire in a period fireplace and ornate cornicing.
    Nailsworth - family bedroom with 5’ king bed and two 3’ single beds.
    Horton - triple bedroom with three single 3’ beds and en suite shower room.
  • First floor
    Badminton - double aspect family bedroom with 5’ king bed and two 3’ single beds. En suite bathroom with electric shower over bath plus separate wc/sink.
    Tetbury – family bedroom with 5’ king bed and two 3’ single beds.
    Painswick – family bedroom with a 5' king bed and two 3’ single beds. En suite shower room.
    Fairford – family bedroom with 5’ king bed, one 3’ single bed and a bunk bed. En suite bathroom with electric shower over bath.

Equipment

  • Gas central heating , open fire in the dining room and living room
  • 4 ovens in large kitchen island, XL hob, microwave, 2 American style fridge freezers, wine cooler, ice machine, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer
  • 50” HD Smart TV with DVD player, ipod dock
  • 2 Amazon Echo Bluetooth Speakers
  • *Wi-Fi – High Speed
  • Telephone (for incoming calls only)
  • One travel cot (without linen) and one highchair available
  • Children's books and toys
  • Outdoor heated 6 seater hot tub
  • Driveway with parking for 6 cars

Features

  • Heritage property – originally built for the Prime Minister in the 1800’s.
  • Guests are provided with a thoughtfully curated guide of recommended suppliers and local attractions.
  • A light and airy, comfortable home-from-home with charming features and elegantly furnished throughout.
  • Fully enclosed private garden with a hot tub and covered outdoor social/entertaining area - perfect for alfresco dining.
  • Cotswold countryside and walks immediately from your doorstep.
  • An ideal base for families and groups of friends at any time of the year with short and midweek breaks available.
  • Just across the road, you will find a traditional country pub providing drinks, lunch and evening menus.
  • Within easy reach of the culture-rich cities of Bath and Bristol as well as Badminton House, Westonbirt Arboretum, the pretty unspoilt town and villages of Tetbury, Cirencester, Lacock and Castle Coombe, and many National Trust properties.

Floor Plan

Cotswold Manor House is a fabulous country pad for 20 plus ten. Very grand and oh-so English, the house is steeped in history, yet bursting with 21st century conveniences. The emphasis here is on group fun - it's an idyllic place to let your hair down and celebrate!

The Manor House is set in glorious Cotswold countryside on the edge of the Badminton Estate in the picturesque hamlet of Petty France. Once home to Prime Minister Robert Banks Jenkinson (and subsequently the Duke of Beaufort and Wordsworth’s family), it is believed that Lord Wellington visited during the Battle of Waterloo… The only disputes today however will be who gets to the hot tub first or who has to light the yawning fireplaces!

Beyond the sweeping gated drive and beautifully landscaped grounds, the spacious ground floor reception rooms are bathed in natural light and understated elegance, with period fireplaces and intricate mouldings. Set up your soundtrack on the Bluetooth sound system and cook up a storm in the imposing kitchen. Retaining its period features, the well equipped kitchen has been modernised with wine coolers and an ice machine - the perfect setting for preparing a self catering option. Or hire in an one of the area’s award winning chefs. Gather your tribe in the large dining room with separate bar area and open fire and discuss the day. Then kick back on the soft sofas and enjoy a catch-up in the lounge, kept warm by another open fire.

There are six gorgeous bedrooms all together sleeping up to 20 and an additional ten guests can be accommodated. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, one with en suite shower room suitable for guests with limited mobility. There are four en suites, including two with baths, and an additional wc on both the ground and first floors.

Outside, peace and quiet reigns. The secluded spot enjoys a beautiful garden with landscaped grounds extending to far-reaching views of the surrounding Area of Outstanding Local Beauty. Kick back and relax in a sun trap or shaded area, jump in the hot tub, take tea on the patio or lawn or enjoy a Champagne picnic surrounded by magnificent shrubs and trees. As night approaches, settle in for a sophisticated soiree in the covered outdoor area and let the party bubble over in the hot tub.

Cotswold Manor House is the perfect venue for unforgettable hen weekends, grand house parties, family get togethers and all types of corporate breaks.

The Manor House is also child-friendly. Perfect for little ones, there’s plenty of outdoor space for them to let off steam. Watch as they play tag, search for mini beasts or play games on the lawn. The bedrooms are perfect for families too.

There’s plenty to keep you on site and lots of reasons to venture out into the beautiful Cotswold countryside!

Across the road, you will find a traditional dog and family-friendly country pub. As well as serving drinks, it boasts lunch and evening menus as well as speciality foods on theme nights.

Set in the lovely south Cotswolds, the countryside around the gorgeous Georgian style house is absolutely beautiful, with long country walks available from the front door. The Badminton estate is on the doorstep, Westonbirt Arboretum is only five miles and Dyrham Park is eight miles. The lovely nearby country towns of Tetbury (home of the Prince of Wales), Cirencester and Chipping Sodbury are well worth visiting, and kids will never be bored, thanks to the nearby attractions.

Or venture further afield to popular destinations like Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and Moreton in Marsh. Bath and Bristol are also just 25 minutes away for those large groups who are looking for something a little more lively..

The list of things to do is endless from driving experiences at nearby Castle Combe to flying at Kemble, paint-balling, clay pigeon shooting, art, dance and other creative activities, cocktail making and some of the country's best shopping. We are very happy to help you plan any group activities.

2019-10-06 G Williams, London

"It was great and everyone had a really fantastic time."

2019-10-06 G Williams, London

"A fantastic and very reasonably priced venue for a group of 22 friends and work colleagues to relax."

LOCAL INFORMATION

HISTORY

Surround yourself with a slice of English history with parts of the house dating back to the late 18th century. The famous diarist Parson Woodbridge stayed at the house, as did Jane Austen, who refers to Petty France by name in ‘Northanger Abbey’. Robert Banks Jenkinson inherited the house in 1808, and was Prime Minister for fifteen years. The battle of Waterloo occurred during this time and it’s thought that Lord Wellington visited the house, which it’s believed to have been used as a hunting lodge. Subsequent owners include the Duke of Beaufort and the poet Wordsworth’s family.

LOCATION

The Manor House is located in the picturesque hamlet of Petty France in the Cotswolds. It sits on the edge of the Badminton Estate and enjoys far-reaching views of the surrounding Area of Outstanding Local Beauty. It lies on the A46 between Bath and Stroud only 5 miles from Junction 18 of the M4.

AMENITIES

There is a garage with convenience store a couple of miles along the road.

Various large supermarkets are within 15 minutes drive, including a Waitrose at Chipping Sodbury (6 miles) and Tesco Superstore in Tetbury (10 miles).

FOOD & DRINK

Fancy dining out? You have a fantastic range of options for eating out around Cotswold Manor House.

Bodkin House (0 miles) is a quality gastro style pub across the road with a huge beer garden and restaurant. It has lunch and evening menus as well as speciality foods on theme nights.

Beaufort Arms, Hawkesbury Upton (1.4 miles).

The Fox Inn (Italian), Hawkesbury Upton (1.3 miles).

The Kings Arms, Didmarton (2.5 miles).

The Rattlebone Inn, Sherston (5 miles).

The Old Royal Ship, Luckington (5 miles).

The Hare and Hounds, Westonbirt (6 miles).

The Gumstool, Calcot Manor, near Tetbury (7 miles).

The Cat and Custard Pot, Shipton Moyne (8 miles).

Calcott Manor, Tetbury (7.5 miles).

Grey’s Brasserie, Brokenborough (8 miles).

The Old Bell, Malmesbury (10 miles).

The Potting Shed, Crudwell (13 miles).

CASTLES, HOUSES & GARDENS

Wander around any number of the well renowned, beautiful homes and charming gardens in the area.

Badminton House and Estate (3 miles), home of the famous horse trials, is just a few minutes' drive away.

Westonbirt Arboretum (6.5 miles), managed by the Forestry Commission, is one of the finest collections of temperate trees and shrubs in the world. The 600 acre arboretum is home to 3,000 different species of trees and around 15,000 individual specimens. Westonbirt is known internationally for its spectacular autumn colour display, but offers an unforgettable day out all year round. There are 17 miles of paths throughout the arboretum and dozens of leafy glades with levels of accessibility to suit a range of visitors and you can fire your children’s imaginations with an adventure into the trees along the play trail.

Dyrham Park (8 miles), owned by the National Trust, offers 270 acres of ancient parkland, with breathtaking views, landscaped gardens, a beautiful 17th century mansion, tea room and historic herd of fallow deer.

Newark Park (National Trust), Wootton-under-Edge (8.5 miles).

Chavenage House (10.5 miles) is an Elizabethan house containing furniture, pictures and relics of Cromwellian period, amid the tranquil Cotswolds. There are spacious gardens with unspoilt views and tours are conducted by owner or his family. Featured in BBC2’s Curious House Guest and as Candleford Manor in the costume drama Larkrise to Candleford, amongst many others, it is a hidden gem of the Cotswolds.

The Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury (11 miles), is a peaceful 5-acre plantsman’s ‘Millennium’ garden adjoining Malmesbury Abbey (open from late March until late October).

Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester, attractive Arts and Crafts House (14 miles).

Berkeley Castle (15 miles) is a beautiful and historic Castle, begun in 1154 and still the home of the Berkeley family. The Castle is surrounded by lovely terraced gardens with flower borders, a lily pond, Elizabeth I’s bowling green and sweeping lawns. Butterfly house May – Sept.

Corsham Court and Gardens, Corsham (15.5 miles).

Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village (National Trust), Lacock (18 miles).

Painswick Rococo Garden, Painswick (19.5 miles).

Bowood House & Gardens, near Calne (21 miles).

The Bathurst Estate & Cirencester Park (22 miles), home to Cirencester Polo Club, where some of the highest levels of polo can be seen.

Cerney House Gardens, The Garden House, North Cerney (25.5 miles) is a romantic English garden.

Avebury Manor and Garden (National Trust), Avebury (28.5 miles).

Lydiard House & Park, Lydiard Tregoze (30 miles).

CITIES, TOWNS & VILLAGES

WOOTTON-UNDER-EDGE (7 miles) has many individual shops, cafes and restaurants, together with historic buildings, an open air swimming pool, a digital cinema, museum, and an Iron Age fort dating back to 940 AD.

TETBURY (10 miles) is one of the most beautiful Cotswold towns with its elegant buildings creating a real sense of timeless beauty – a delight for those who visit this jewel of the Cotswolds. It is a thriving market town built around its outstanding 17th century Market Hall. As well as offering a unique retail experience with many individually owned shops, it is also a major centre for antiques.

CASTLE COMBE (10 miles), called ‘The Prettiest Village in England’ and well known for its car racing track, and the quaint National Trust village of Lacock (22 miles) famous for its picturesque streets, historic buildings, Abbey and Museum and more recently as a TV and film location.

MALMESBURY (11 miles) is rightly called the “Queen of Hilltop Towns” being England’s oldest borough with a rich history over 1000 years. Set on a hill, circled by the River Avon, the skyline is dominated by the imposing Norman Abbey. The historical sites of the town, the fine 15th century Market Cross, the Old Courtroom and Almshouses, narrow medieval streets, quaint alleyways and the riverwalk can easily be discovered on foot. Internationally renowned, Abbey House Gardens offer a romantic and unique oasis in the centre of town. Many of the town’s restaurants and shops serve succulent, locally produced produce in atmospheric surroundings. Unusual, independent retail outlets offer plenty of shopping opportunities.

BATH (15 miles) is a beautiful, cosmopolitan city, a World Heritage Site which offers something for everyone. No matter the time of year you visit, you are likely to find events catering for all tastes, from the well-loved Christmas market to music, food and cultural festivals and world-class theatre productions on offer at the Theatre Royal. The streets are lined with every kind of restaurant and a wide range of quality bars and shops. The stunning and well-preserved architecture of the Georgian terraces such as The Royal Crescent are famous. A visit to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful Bath Abbey are a must. The American Museum at nearby Claverton Manor makes for an interesting visit, or you could hire a bike or take a gentle boat trip and explore the gorgeous scenery along the Avon and Kennet canal towpath.

LACOCK (18 miles) is a picturesque 13th century village used frequently as a film set for historical dramas (and Harry Potter!) Visit Lacock Abbey & Fox Talbot Museum of Photography.

BRISTOL (18 miles) is world renowned as a port and has a wide range of museums highlighting the city’s history. Bristol can boast some impressive historical landmarks, too, in the shape Brunel’s awe-inspiring Clifton Suspension Bridge and his beautifully restored steamship, the SS Great Britain in Bristol’s historic Harbourside. Visit Bristol Museum & Art Gallery which features outstanding collections of art and archaeology, geology and natural history the interactive At-Bristol Science Centre. Bristol Zoo Gardens is an adventure into an exciting animal kingdom, all set within 12 acres of beautiful award-winning gardens.

CIRENCESTER (22 miles), known as ‘The Capital of the Cotswolds’, boasts a rich and well-preserved heritage with a Roman Amphitheatre, Corinium Museum and St. John the Baptist Church. The Brewery Arts Centre offers visitors a unique arts and crafts shopping experience or visit The Bathurst Estate & Cirencester Park, home to Cirencester Polo Club where some of the highest levels of polo can be seen.

BIBURY (28 miles) is a picture perfect Cotswold village, set in a conservation area, nestling on the River Coln and home to Arlington Row, the most photographed and beautiful cottages in the country, now owned by the National Trust, as well as Bibury Trout Farm and the Saxon Church, the Church of St Mary.

AVEBURY (28.5 miles). Attractions include Avebury Stone Circle, the world’s largest prehistoric stone circle (National Trust), the Alexander Keiller Museum (National Trust), Avebury Manor and Garden (National Trust) and Windmill Hill (English Heritage).

CHELTENHAM (29 miles) is a Regency spa town, with Georgian architecture and an extensive range of shops, theatres, restaurants and visitor attractions, including Cheltenham Racecourse, famous for the Gold Cup horse racing, Parks & Gardens, The Wilson Museum & Art Gallery, Pittville Park Pump Room & Lakes and the Holst Birthplace Museum.

OTHER ATTRACTIONS

Cattle Country Adventure Park, Berkeley (15 miles). Two huge barns house giant slides and loads of soft play equipment. Outdoor activities include two jumping pillows, the climbing net, a huge adventure castle, trampolines, ride on mini tractors, a willow wood, mini golf, tractor rides, boating lake and animal experience centre.

Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles). Steam trains run right to the edge of the scenic Avon Valley, providing spectacular views. Special events are arranged throughout the year – please check their website for details.

Slimbridge Wetland Centre (18 miles). Wildlife and bird watching reserve on banks of the river Severn.

Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park, Keynsham, Bristol (19 miles). The park covers 50 acres of beautiful countryside adjoining the River Avon providing country walks, a boating lake, play areas for children, a small petting zoo and a miniature railway.

The Wild Place Project, Blackhorse Hill, South Gloucestershire (19 miles). A wildlife park with animals from Madagascar, east Africa and the Congo on the outskirts of Bristol. The Wild Place Project is the first stage in the creation of a much bigger wildlife conservation park. An extension to Bristol Zoo, visitors will see much larger animals than those which can be housed at the small city zoo.

The Cotswold Water Park (19.5 miles). With more than 150 lakes spread over forty square miles, there is something for everyone – from angling to archery, watersports to walking, birdwatching to biking, to name just a few things.

EVENTS

JANUARY

Sherry & Mince Pie Specials at Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles).
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (19 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (15 miles).

MARCH

Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival, Bristol (18 miles).

APRIL

Bath Comedy Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Enchanted Easter, Wild Place Project, Blackhorse Hill, South Gloucestershire (19 miles).
Easter family fun, Bristol Zoo (18 miles).
Noah’s Easter Egg Hunt, Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Wraxhall (28 miles).
Bristol Folk Festival, Bristol (18 miles).
Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair, Westonbirt School (6.5 miles).

MAY

Tetbury Wacky Races, Tetbury (10 miles).
Badminton Horse Trials, Badminton (3 miles).
Paddington Family Fun Weekend, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (19 miles).
Nailsworth Festival, Nailsworth (12 miles).
The Bath Festival, Bath (15 miles).
VegFest UK, Bristol (18 miles).
Bath Fringe Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Chippenham Folk Festival, Chippenham (15 miles).
Tetbury Woolsack Races, Tetbury (10 miles).
Giffords Circus (various venues) - May to September.
Coopers Hill Cheese Rolling (22 miles) – late May bank holiday.

JUNE

Bath Fringe Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Let’s Rock Bristol!, Ashton Court Estate, Bristol (18 miles).
Bristol’s Big Green Week, Bristol (18 miles).
Giffords Circus (various venues May to September).
Forest Live Outdoor Music Concerts, Westonbirt Arboretum (6.5 miles).
Gloucestershire Festival of Polo, Beaufort Polo Club, Westonbirt (7 miles).

JULY

Bristol Shakespeare Festival, Bristol (18 miles).
Bristol Harbour Festival, Bristol (18 miles).
WOMAD, Charlton Park, Malmesbury (11 miles).
Giffords Circus (various venues May to September).
The Cotswold Show & Food Festival, Cirencester Park, Cirencester (22 miles).
Barbury International Horse Trials, Marlborough (33 miles).
Fairford International Air Tattoo, RAF Fairford (30 miles).
Crudwell Strawberry Fair, near Malmesbury (15 miles).
Malmesbury Carnival & Festival (11 miles).

AUGUST

Festival of British Eventing, Gatcombe Park (14 miles).
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Ashton Court Estate, Bristol (18 miles).
Bath Folk Festival, Abbey Chambers, Abbey Churchyard, Bath (15 miles).
Bristol International Kite Festival, Durdham Downs, Stoke Road, Bristol BS9 1FG (18 miles).
Cotswolds Decorative Antiques & Fine Art Fair, Westonbirt School (6.5 miles).
Giffords Circus (various venues May to September).
Tetbury Summer & Flower Show (10 miles).
Hawkesbury Horticultural Show, Hawkesbury Upton (last Saturday in August every year) (2 miles).
Didmarton Bluegrass Festival, Kemble Airfield (End Aug or Beginning September) (15 miles).
Tetbury Classic Car Show (August or September) (10 miles).

SEPTEMBER

Didmarton Bluegrass Festival, Kemble Airfield (End Aug or Beginning September) (15 miles).
Tetbury Classic Car Show (August or September) (10 miles).
The Jane Austen Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Tetbury Music Festival, Tetbury (10 miles).
Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Malmesbury Carnival, Malmesbury (11 miles).
Giffords Circus (various venues May to September).

OCTOBER

Tetbury Music Festival, Tetbury (10 miles).
Bath Children’s Literature Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Annual Open Exhibition at RWA, Royal West of England Academy of Art, Queen’s Road, Clifton, Bristol (18 miles).
Great Bath Feast, Bath (15 miles).
Circus City Festival, Bristol (18 miles). A biennial contemporary circus festival across Bristol.
End of Season Gala, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles).
Halloween at Avon Valley Country Park, Keynsham, Bristol (19 miles).
Spooky Half Term Train Rides, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (7 miles).
Halloween Festival at Wild Place Project, Blackhorse Hill, South Gloucestershire (19 miles).

NOVEMBER

Annual Open Exhibition at RWA, Royal West of England Academy of Art, Queen’s Road, Clifton, Bristol (18 miles).
Bath Film Festival, Bath (15 miles).
Bath Rotary Club Fireworks Display, Bath (15 miles).
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (19 miles).
Novemberfest Beer Festival, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles).
Bath MozartFest, Bath (15 miles).
Bristol German Christmas Market, Broadmead, Bristol (18 miles).
Bath Artisan Christmas Market, Green Park station, Bath (15 miles).
Gloucester Quays Victorian Christmas Market, Gloucester Quays (24 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (15 miles).
Bath Christmas Market, Bath (15 miles).
Santa Specials, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles).
Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt (Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings), Westonbirt Arboretum (6.5 miles).
Made in Bristol Gift Fair, Colston Hall, Bristol (18 miles).
Mary Howard Exclusive Christmas Fair, Cotswold Airport, Kemble (15 miles).

DECEMBER

Enchanted Christmas at Westonbirt (Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings), Westonbirt Arboretum (6.5 miles).
Bath Christmas Market, Bath (15 miles).
Bath on ice, Royal Victoria Park, Bath (15 miles).
Bristol German Christmas Market, Broadmead, Bristol (18 miles).
Made in Bristol Gift Fair, Colston Hall, Bristol (18 miles).
Santa Specials, Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles). Selected dates.
Bristol’s Winter Wonderland at The Mall at Cribbs Causeway (19 miles).
Bath Artisan Christmas Market, Green Park station, Bath (15 miles).
Sherry & Mince Pie Specials at Avon Valley Railway, Bitton Station, Bath Road, South Gloucestershire (15 miles).

Things you need to know about Cotswold Manor House if you’re thinking of booking a holiday there:

  • Smoking is not allowed inside any of our properties
  • * Dog friendly by prior arrangement and at no extra charge - dogs to be kept to the ground floor living areas please
  • Suitable for hen parties, family holidays, mixed groups and corporate events
  • The house is not suitable for all male groups
  • Due to Health and Safety reasons, please ensure children under the age of fourteen do not use the hot tub. Please read our full instruction thoroughly prior to any of your party using the hot tub
  • Please note that the standard set up sleeps 24. We can accommodate a maximum of 30 with all pull out beds (and sofa bed) utilised - pull outs are in the Badminton, Fairford & Painswick bedrooms. Linen is included. There is also a fold out sofa double bed in the living room which can sleep two guests (linen will be put aside ready for use).
  • We have travel cots available for free on request
  • Prices are based on sleeping 20, and there is an additional fee for up to ten further guests. If you wish to hire the property for a lower/ higher number of guests, please email us on info@staycationholidays.co.uk or call us on 01275 21 75 75 for a quotation
  • There are neighbours so we operate a good neighbour policy and state that noise must be kept to a minimum outside after 11pm and, when arriving and leaving the house, always respect other guests and the neighbours' peace.
  • Minimum stay one night
  • Check in after 4pm, check out by 10am weekdays/Saturdays and 11am on Sundays
  • Early ins/outs at £300 each for three hours either side but please check for availability as this is not always possible
  • A £1000 security deposit is required three days prior to check in and released within a week should there be no claims against it
  • Disabled access - the property is accessible with ground floor bedrooms and a bathroom - however please enquire in advance to discuss your requirements.
  • * Covid-19 measures for this property:
    In full compliance with the hospitality industry cleaning protocols and safety guidance.
    Intensively cleaned and sanitised.
    Contact-free check in and check out.
    Complete privacy and exclusive use of the cottage during your holiday.
    Date changes for all existing and new bookings if the lockdown measures are extended or re-imposed.
    Naturally isolated.

*Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.

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