Yew Tree Cottage is a beautiful character cottage set at the heart of the Cotswolds in a quiet hamlet location. Believed to date back to the eighteenth century, the cottage retains much of its original charm and features such as exposed beams, stonework and three working fireplaces.
Enjoying many separate living areas such as a spacious sitting room with open fire, snug room with wood burning stove and a modern and fully equipped kitchen which has its own breakfast area, seating and an additional open fireplace. The dining room comfortably seats six guests and guests can use the french doors to enjoy the private outdoor garden. South facing, the charming Cotswold garden is tiered with a patio area with garden furniture, and a lush lawn which provides a relaxed and private setting for the cottage and pretty rural views. A delightful garden room seating four guests is nestled between the trees and shrubs in this beautiful outside space.
The historic market town of Northleach is close by with it's stunning church, local shops and eateries, all set within the valley of the River Leach. The Abbey of Gloucester granted the town a charter in 1220 to hold a weekly market which transformed the town by the wool trade. The Fosseway (Roman Road) cuts through the edge of Northleach to link the pretty villages of Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold which are a must to see in the local area.