Self catering cottages for groups of up to 34 people

  • Coach House Kitchen
  • Coach House Bedroom 1
  • Coach House Outside

Coach House

  • Sleeps 10+1
  • bedrooms
  • bathrooms
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The original Carriage and Coach House, dating from 1760, makes a perfect Cotswold holiday house sleeping up to 11 (and seating up to 24).

The main entrance, next to the tennis court, opens into the spacious 30ft living room. Wonderful for a big family-gathering this welcoming room, awash with light, has two long refectory tables and a cosy wood burner. Altogether a fabulous entertaining area, with the adjoining kitchen well-equipped with a Belfast sink and steel range for the cooks in the party.

Upstairs, the five bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms make the Coach House is ideal for celebration house-parties.

  • One king size zip & link bed with en-suite shower
  • One twin room and One 4ft 6in double room share the family bathroom
  • A Family bedroom with 5ft double and 3ft single bed and TV, interconnects to another bedroom with 4ft 6in double bed and shower room.

A sheltered courtyard garden with tables and chairs is ideal for an aperitif or an al fresco lunch.

For a larger party of up to 22 the Coach House, Stables and Courtyard cottages make a perfect large interconnecting house around the courtyard.

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