4 BEDROOMS

2.5 BATHROOMS

BBQ & OUTDOOR GAMES

INGLENOOK FIREPLACE & LOG BURNER

AGA AND MODERN OVEN

SPACIOUS GARDENS

FREE WIFI

ACCESS TO OPEN COUNTRYSIDE

DVD’S & NETFLIX

TOWELS & LINEN

VILLAGE LOCATION

PARKING FOR 4+ CARS

Welcome to Blenheim Cottage

Blenheim Cottage was our family home until early-2021. We’ve lovingly restored, extended and updated it over the years, working hard to maintain its traditional character, but also updating the house to a modern living space with the associated comforts. Blenheim is a light, warm and comfortable space.

The timbered walls and ceilings, and huge inglenook fireplace provide a cosy home all year round, and the large, mature gardens offer a private space to relax. Blenheim’s kitchen is well equipped and organised for entertaining, with a large dining table, plenty of seating for all, and vaulted ceilings.

There is nothing quite like cooking with an Aga range cooker which easily caters for a complete meal. However, a modern oven is also provided for the summer months and for convenience. The ground floor has underfloor heating, with the upstairs heated by cast-iron period-style radiators.

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The cottage features

Spacious kitchen with AGA range

Large open plan kitchen and dining, with lofted ceilings, AGA, modern oven, and well equipped for the travelling foodies of the world.

Generous and cosy living spaces

Relax in front of the inglenook fireplace, or curl up to enjoy a movie on the large screen smart TV.

Bedrooms to comfortably sleep 8

4 large bedrooms, including 2 kingsize rooms, 1 double room and 1 twin. All are oak beamed and bursting with character.

Luxury bathrooms to recharge in

A fabulous family bathroom with walk-in shower and slipper bath, an ensuite half bath, and a wood panelled downstairs shower room for easy access.

Extensive landscaped gardens

Large, private, mature gardens, planted for seasonal colour, and surrounded by trees. Places to relax, eat and play.

Cotswold Way Walking

Access to open countryside

Some of the best walking in the Cotswolds starts metres from the cottage door. The ideal base to explore the North Cotswolds and neighbouring areas.

Other points to note:
  • The Aga is a fabulous source of warmth during the winter months (try to resist snuggling against it!). However, the kitchen can get hot if the Aga is on during the warmer weather. We therefore only turn on the Aga during the winter unless specifically requested. A modern oven and hob cater for other times of the year.
  • Parents beware - Blenheim Cottage is a traditional Cotswolds abode. The ground floor has uneven flagstones which could be a bumpy landing. The Aga when on, and the log burner (while there is a fireguard), can represent a hazard for little ones. None of the walls are square, and so stair gates are not possible. While we raised our own children here, and babies and toddlers are welcome, parents will need to aware of the potential risks in an old house and take appropriate precautions.
  • Taller guests beware - Blenheim is full of characterful oak beams, but these can be a bit low in some places for taller guests. This is only really an issue in the second floor kingsize room, and the doorways to a couple of the rooms.

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Mickleton is located in the most northerly conservation area of the Cotswold district, and often referred to as “the gateway to the Cotswolds”

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