Corner Cottage is a traditional Cotswold stone cottage in an idyllic village with two pubs in walking distance. Lower Oddington is just a few miles from the attractive market town of Stow-on-the-Wold and is perfectly located to explore the many highlights of the North Cotswolds.
Corner Cottage is a delightful, traditional Cotswold stone cottage in Lower Oddington, an idyllic village just a few miles from the attractive market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. With a double bedroom and second twin bedroom, the cottage is suited to couples or a small family. The spare room with day bed is ideal for accommodating a baby’s travel cot. Character features at the cottage include original flagstone flooring, stripped pine doors and inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. The ground floor features a cosy sitting room and well equipped country style kitchen diner with a semi-glazed door leading to a suntrap courtyard with seating.
Lower Oddington is perfectly located to explore the countless delights of the North Cotswolds from historic houses, beautiful gardens, picturesque villages and visitor attractions. Broadway, Chipping Campden and Burford are all within easy distance, each with their own distinctive charm and handsome buildings. Sophisticated Cheltenham and Roman Cirencester are just a little further afield and each can be reached in approximately 40 minutes’ drive.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps four guests. Double bedroom, twin bedroom and family shower room. Spare room with single day bed. Wood burning stove. Enclosed courtyard area. WiFi. On street parking. Children and infants welcome. Sorry, no pets. Minimum three night stay.
Exposed beams. Original flagstone flooring. Inglenook fireplace. Built in oven, halogen hob and microwave. Fridge and dishwasher Flat screen television with Netflix Sonos sound system. High chair and travel cot available on request. Garden furniture.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Corner Cottage benefits from two excellent pubs within easy strolling distance, The Fox at Oddington around the corner and the Horse and Groom in neighbouring Upper Oddington easily reached on foot. Across the fields in the opposite direction and past the beautiful St Nicholas church is Daylesford Organic Farmshop where there is an excellent section of home and garden wares, tasty organic food and a blissful spa where you can indulge in a spot of pampering. The area is a rambler&#39;s paradise as footpaths run through Oddington, connecting to the Diamond Way and the Oxfordshire Way providing ample opportunities for walking. Historic house and garden enthusiasts will delight in nearby Chastleton House and Sezincote House &amp; Gardens. The family attractions on offer nearby are guaranteed to keep little ones entertained with Birdland Park &amp; Gardens and the Cotswold Farm Park to name just two.
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