The Coach House is an authentic rural cottage in the beautiful grounds of the Grade II listed 16th century Old Rectory. The cottage in Hawling, Gloucestershire dates back to the 14th century and boasts stunning views over meadows as well as an open fire, luxurious décor and access to the Cotswolds.
Sitting in the highest point of the Cotswolds is Coach House; a converted 14th-century property on the grounds of the Grade II listed Old Rectory. The rural cottage in Hawling, Gloucestershire boasts beautiful grounds with expansive views as well as a luxurious interior and open fire.
Lovely grounds surround the cottage and include a pond and wonderful views over meadows and rolling green hills of the Cotswolds. The garden also hosts a furnished terrace for al fresco dining and admiration of the views.
The garden connects through French doors to the sophisticated cottage with an open-plan living space which incorporates the modern, fully-equipped kitchen, the light-filled dining area and the large sitting area with relaxing sofas and an open fire.
The combination of old and new continues in the bedrooms, which include two double rooms and a single room/ study. The spacious bathroom contains a shower over the bath.
Visitors enjoying Coach House are treated to tradition and fantastic views and are provided with WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV, DVD and CD player.
Coach House sits on a Grade II listed property in the highest point of the Cotswolds, and close to the delights of Hawling. Guests can also enjoy Winchcombe and Sudeley Castle, Bibury, Barnsley, Coln St Aldwyns and The Barringtons, plus Northleach and the Roman Villa in Chedworth.