Rose Cottage is a cosy Grade II listed, 18th century, mid-terrace, thatched, Cotswold stone cottage.
Ideal for stays at any time of year; in cooler months, an open fire laid up and ready to light awaits in the comfortable sitting room, with its exposed stone wall, beams and window seat, a joy to curl up in on chilly nights. When sunny days and warmer evenings arrive, the pretty cottage garden is private and enclosed, on two levels with a seating area, steps lead up to a raised gravel level, where well-established borders bring colour, scent and attract the bees and butterflies. The compact kitchen includes a small dining area and the charming stable door opens out to the rear garden. Upstairs is the bedroom with its comfy double bed along with a bathroom.
This romantic little bolt-hole is enviably positioned in Ebrington, one of the most exquisite villages in the North Cotswolds. Peaceful, with unspoilt charm, and just a few miles from Chipping Campden and the famous gardens at Hidcote and Kiftsgate. The village Inn is just a two minute walk from the cottage, The Ebrington Arms serving excellent food and named CAMRA's North Cotswold pub of the year; booking is advisable in this very popular foodie destination.
Ideally located for visiting the surrounding area: Historic Chipping Campden with an array of pubs, bistros, restaurants and shops is just three miles away; the beautiful village of Broadway, often referred to as the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds', can be reached in just over fifteen minutes and Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and Shakespeare's birthplace is accessible within 25 minutes.