Yew Tree Cottage sleeps seven guests (plus one) and is a lovely period Cotswold stone cottage, nestling in Willersey, a beautiful village which has previously won the Bledisloe Cup (for the Protection of Rural England).
Dating back as far as apx 1850, Yew Tree Cottage provides an ideal retreat for families set back behind its lovely garden at the front with shrubs and mature trees, overlooking the village green with pond (and resident ducks which are a lovely sight in the village).
The village has two excellent pubs serving great food (perfect for those who want a night off cooking) just a short stroll from the cottage, along with a village shop and post office catering for many general items - wander along for your morning paper or fresh loaf of bread for breakfast.
Yew Tree Cottage has open countryside on the doorstep and is well placed for visiting the areas many attractions including the picturesque villages of Chipping Campden (the most photographed village in the Cotswolds!), Broadway (with its fantastic independent shops and places for a meal out - just one mile from the cottage), the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold and Shakespeare's birth place, Stratford upon Avon (why not take in a production at the theatre) - just ten miles away. The area also has lots of offer artists, photographers, and those who enjoy walking or cycling.
Collette Lynskey joined Independent Cottages in September 2006
Inside, Yew Tree Cottage still has a wealth of original character and traditional charm, along with modern conveniences to ensure a high level of comfort.
Outside: There is an attractive garden to the rear with private lawn area and garden furniture for enjoying the warmer months, along with a front garden and parking for two cars.
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