Property Ref: FCH27384Fairford

FCH27384, Fairford


PRETTY STONE COTTAGE IN THE HEART OF AN ANCIENT MARKET TOWN SLEEPS 4 2 This lovely cottage forms part of an original terrace of farm workers cottages in the secluded peaceful back waters of Fairford and only a short walk from the captivating 17th and 18th century streets that dominate the town s historic High Street. Fairford is situated on the River Coln 6 miles East of Cirencester and is within easy reach to the many popular towns and villages within the Cotswolds such as Burford Stow-on-the-Wold Bath Badminton Tetbury and Cheltenham which is famous for the races and its literature festival. You can explore the banks of the River Coln as it joins the River Thames which has a wealth of picturesque riverside walks with traditional inns and tea rooms along the way. Visit the quintessential village of Bibury for an afternoon tea or numerous National Trust Houses and gardens. Enjoy many attractions such as The Cotswolds Wildlife Park and Gardens and Chedworth Roman Villa. The accommodation offers THREE Bedrooms: 2 doubles and 1 children s twin bedroom with 2 6 beds. Bathroom: bath with shower over and WC. Lounge: with Freeview TV/DVD. Dining room. Day room: with seating. Kitchen: well-equipped with electric cooker fridge/freezer dishwasher microwave and washing machine. Outside: enclosed garden to the rear with seating area and to the front a traditional garden with seating. Amenities: 1 designated parking space ample roadside parking. Bed linen towels electric and economy 7 storage heaters included. Regret no smoking. 1 dog welcome. Location: shops restaurants and pubs within walking distance.

Accommodation Overview

Sleeps: 4

Bedrooms: 3

Pets: 1

Arrival Day: Sat


  • Enclosed garden / patio
  • Pub nearby
  • Shop nearby
  • Fishing onsite / nearby
  • Family friendly
  • Towels included
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available


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