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Pear Tree Cottage (Gloucestershire)

Oddington, Gloucestershire (CO320)
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Pear Tree Cottage (Gloucestershire) holiday home details

Pear Tree Cottage is a stunning four bedroom, four bathroom, contemporary house which has been beautifully furnished with high quality furnishings, fixtures and fittings, perfect for those looking for a luxurious stay in the Cotswolds. Set behind a large wooden gate, Pear Tree Cottage is a wonderfully private property ideal for getting away from it all.

Located in the delightful village of Oddington, only five minutes from Stow-on-the-Wold, it is just a short walk to the local pub where a good selection of real ales and excellent food are on offer. Footpaths run through Oddington, connecting to the Diamond Way and the Oxfordshire Way providing ample opportunities for walking. Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and Spa is a short drive away or a leisurely 2 mile walk. Pear Tree Cottage’s excellent location makes it perfectly situated to explore the countless delights of the North Cotswolds from historic houses, beautiful gardens, picturesque villages and visitor attractions.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps eight guests.
  • Four bedrooms, each with access to its own bathroom.
  • Zip and link beds in two bedrooms which can be configured as a super-king or twin beds.
  • Open fire and a wood burning stove.
  • Terrace with outdoor bar area, great for entertaining.
  • Enclosed garden and further terrace.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • Sorry, no dogs.
  • WiFi (please see Notes for further information).
  • Private parking at the front of the property.
  • Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

  • Large stove with six gas burners and three ovens.
  • American fridge freezer with ice maker and cold water.
  • Separate wine fridge.
  • Dishwasher, microwave and coffee machine.
  • Three televisions with full Sky package.
  • Wii with a few games.
  • Two iPod docking stations.
  • Bar area with stools and umbrella with heat lamps.
  • Outdoor gas fire.
  • Two butler sinks and large outside stainless drinks cooler.
  • Gas barbecue.
  • Rattan furniture and loungers.
  • Goal post, a trampoline and a fold-and-roll-away table tennis table.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • The cottage is located in the delightful village of Oddington, just five minutes from Stow-on-the-Wold, and a short walk from two local pubs, The Fox and The Horse & Groom. Their roaring fires in the winter and walled gardens in the summer are excellent places to sample the wonderful local food and a good selection of real ales.
  • Footpaths run through Oddington, connecting to the Diamond Way and the Oxfordshire Way providing ample opportunities for a leisurely ramble or a more strenuous hike.
  • Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and Spa is a short drive or a leisurely walk. Have a wander around the Farm Shop where you can stock up on wonderful food, followed by a spot of lunch and during your visit, why not treat yourself to a relaxing massage in the Spa.
  • Stow on the Wold, Chipping Campden and Broadway are pretty Cotswold villages where there are many antique shops to while away the hours. There are also many local hostelries in these villages for a drink and some lunch.
  • For cricket lovers among you, why not visit the Cotswold Cricket Museum in the centre of Stow where there are photographs, original artwork, blazers, autographs of the great players, letters and videos of the greats and much more. Following your wander, have a cup of coffee and treat yourself to some lunch or a piece of cake in the Grace Coffee Lounge. During the year, cricket-related events with talks by past and present players.
  • If you love the outdoors, just the other side of Moreton-in-Marsh Batsford Arboretum awaits: it is perfect for an autumn stroll when the canopy is ablaze with ripening hues and the garden terrace café provides the perfect excuse for refuelling.
  • For families with little ones, a visit to Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is a popular choice for a day out: children love getting hands on with the baby chicks and rabbits, meeting the piglets, bottle feeding the lambs and goat kids, meeting the farmyard animals, and enjoying a tractor safari around the farm.
  • For those of you interested in the country’s heritage, the Cotswold attractions of Sudeley Castle and its Queens Gardens where four of England’s queens once walked upon the original Tudor Parterre.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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