Midsummer Cottage is a delightful 17th century Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage with a very pretty garden. It is beautifully furnished and renovated to a very high standard. The sitting room has original exposed beams and a wood burning stove set in a traditional stone fireplace.
Stanton is one of the prettiest, most peaceful villages lying within this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the cottage is right at the heart of it. Little has changed in over 300 years and the houses are built in typical Cotswold style.
The village inn, The Mount, stands at the top end of the village with spectacular views across the Vale of Evesham towards the Malvern Hills and serving good food and local ale. You will also discover a small garden nursery and farm shop selling an array of lovely, local produce as well as the parish church of St. Michael dating back to the 15th century.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps four guests.
Wood burning stove.
Pretty landscaped garden with garden furniture.
Sorry, no babies or children.
A small stream-like pond with step down to lower level.
Please be aware of open sided staircase with rope bannister to 1st floor and step down into the kitchen. There is also a step down to the lower terrace in the garden and one step up to the log house.
Sorry, no pets.
Minimum of a three night stay.
Ceramic hob,oven, microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge, freezer, Magimix Nespresso Expresso machine.
External utility room which houses the washing machine and tumble dryer.
Television, DVD and music centre with Bluetooth and iPod port. Double USB socket in kitchen.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Broadway with its many pubs and restaurants along with a great delicatessen and Broadway Golf Club which welcomes visitors is just three miles away.
The small but busy town of Stow-on-the-Wold with a large selection of interesting shops is nine miles.
Winchcombe is a must for food lovers with a number of great eateries.
Cheltenham, boasting the popular Gold Cup in March is 11 miles away.
Stanton, which lies on the Cotswold Way, is a delight for walkers and cyclists, with trails to suit all abilities running from the village.
Pubs at Snowshill and Broadway are both within walking distance.
For riders of all levels, horses can be hired at the renowned Jill Carenza Equestrian centre on the edge of the village.
For those with an interest in fishing, The Lenches Trout Fishery can be reached in under 20 minutes.
Steam enthusiasts can board the Gloucester and Warwickshire steam railway at Toddington (three miles) and mountain bikers have endless hilly trails to keep them busy.