Devon House Cottage sleeps four guests and offers comfortable accommodation with many lovely features that are sure to make your holiday a relaxing and enjoyable one. It is located just a short stroll from Stow-on-the-Wold's ancient market square and offers a south facing outside seating area and small garden where you can relax with a glass of wine after an exciting day exploring the area.
Steeped in history, the town is a delightful place to wander around with no lack of antique shops, restaurants, pubs, tea rooms, coffee houses and independent high fashion and interior design shops.
Sitting on the Roman Fosse Way, Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest of all Cotswolds towns which boasts one of the country's finest market squares with a cross and stocks that date back to the 15th Century. The final skirmishes of the Civil war took place in Stow in 1646 and today there are still many fine examples of 17th and 18th Century architecture in honey mellow stone around the market square.
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, it is no surprise that the area is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are plenty of interesting places to visit including: the many popular Cotswolds villages (Bourton-on-the-Water, The Slaughters, Chipping Campden, Burford and Moreton-n-Marsh to name just a few); historic houses and gardens, museums, wildlife parks, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, the Regency town of Cheltenham (great for shopping!) and you can even visit the Roman City of Bath!
Paul & Diane Broadhead joined Independent Cottages in March 2009
Accommodation sleeps four guests and comprises:
Outside: South facing garden and off-road parking.
Additional information: No smoking, pets or same-sex groups.
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Minimum stay 2 nights October - April Minimum stay 3 nights April - October Last minute short breaks available in peak season