Rose Cottage is an extremely comfortable Grade II listed, 18th century, mid-terrace, thatched, Cotswold stone cottage.
Ebrington is one of the most exquisite villages in the North Cotswolds. It is peaceful, with unspoilt charm, a few miles from Chipping Campden and the famous gardens at Hidcote and Kiftsgate. The village inn The Ebrington Arms serves delightful food and was named CAMRA's North Cotswold pub of the year, only a two-minute walk from the cottage, it is open Tuesday to Saturday 12pm to 3pm and then 6pm to 11pm and Sundays 12pm to 6pm.
Ideally located for visiting the surrounding area with Chipping Campden with an array of pubs, bistros, restaurants and shops being 3 miles. The popular village of Broadway referred to as the 'Jewel of the Cotswolds' can be reached in just over fifteen minutes and Stratford-upon-Avon with its links to William Shakespeare is accessible within 25 minutes.
This holiday cottage at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
One bedroom with one bathroom.
Private, paved and panelled garden to the rear (steps down to access property).
Off road parking for one vehicle.
Sorry no pets or children.
Sorry, no barbecues due to thatch.
Minimum of a three night stay.
Thatched roof, exposed beams and stonework.
Gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washer/dryer.
TV, CD player, DVD player and iPod dock.
Celebration hamper is available.
Todenham Manor Farm can deliver a box of fresh meat to your cottage for your stay.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Explore Blenheim Palace, Hidcote Manor, Sudeley Castle or Stanway House to name but a few beautiful homes and gardens.
Bourton on the Water, a beautiful Cotswold village, with its own bird sanctuary, miniature model village, trout farm and perfumery.
Broadway Tower and Country Club situated just outside Broadway. The folly was built by the Earl of Coventry and the grounds hold an adventure playground, a collection of rare animals and a restaurant which is housed in a converted Cotswold barn.
Visit Snowshill Lavender Farm overlooking Broadway and the Vale of Evesham, where they started growing Lavender in 2000 and now have 35 different varieties stretching over 53 acres. Gift shop and tearoom serving lavender scones.