Sherborne House, a Grade II listed Georgian character terraced house, dating from the 17th century, enjoys a fine aspect opposite Grevel House, the oldest house in Chipping Campden.
This beautiful property provides generous accommodation for four guests; with two receptions rooms, a large kitchen and both bedrooms benefiting from their own bath or shower room. The spacious sitting room has plenty of comfy seating, a dining area at one end and features two lovely stone bay windows to the front. Upstairs, a second reception room is ideal for use as either a study or reading room, or just an alternative space to catch up on some television and watch the world go by beneath from the window seat. Bedroom one is also on this level and enjoys the same aspect from another bay window, along with a stylish shower room with a large, walk-in shower. The second floor is home to bedroom two, a slightly smaller bedroom nestled in the eaves with a double bed and use of the modern bathroom.
Outside, a pretty courtyard with garden furniture is a lovely spot to enjoy the sunshine. A few steps up leads you to the parking area (a rare commodity in Chipping Campden). Wander around the corner and you have the stretch of historic Chipping Campden High Street at your disposal, with its honey stone buildings, historic Market Hall, pretty tea shops, pubs, restaurants and independent shops.