Church Cottage is a Cotswold stone romantic cottage thought to be the oldest house in Chipping Norton. The delightful pet-friendly cottage in Oxfordshire was built in the 1600s & boasts views of St Mary’s Church as well as mullion windows, exposed beams and a log fire, plus true contemporary style.
Church Cottage lies inside one of the oldest houses in Chipping Norton, and the charming romantic cottage boasts mullion windows, a log fire and views of the nearby church. Built-in the 1600s, the pet-friendly cottage combines traditional charm with contemporary comforts and offers a delightful garden and proximity to the delights of Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.
A cosy, enclosed courtyard garden catches the sun and offers views of St Mary’s church, as well as a furnished space for morning coffee and a glass of wine in the evening. The compact cottage carries the aesthetic of the Cotswold stone exterior inside and boasts an open-plan space with mullion windows, flagstone floors, exposed beams and an indulgent log fire in the traditional fireplace in the sitting area. This space also includes the dining area with views of the church. The modern, well-equipped galley kitchen contains a coffee machine.
The wooden staircase leads up to the bedroom with more views of the church and Chipping Norton, and it features a king-size bed plus an en-suite with bath and shower over as well as an en-suite dressing room with built-in cupboards.
Couples escaping to Church Cottage are blessed with rural charm and a prime location and can count on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV with Freeview, CD player and radio.
Church Cottage lies next to St Mary’s Church and close to the main attractions of Chipping Norton. It is also within easy reach of Upper and Lower Slaughter, Oxford, Bourton-on-the Water, Kingham and Moreton-in-Marsh, as well as Blenheim Palace and the wonders of the Cotswolds.