Broadway, The Cotswolds
A recently refurbished 18th-century cottage in the Cotswolds village of Snowshill, boasting gorgeous views and easy access to all the region has to offer.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Built in the 1700s, Broughwood Cottage sits in the charming Cotswolds village of Snowshill, offering the perfect retreat for city dwellers looking for a taste of the tranquil Cotswolds life. Recently refurbished, Broughwood has been meticulously decorated with the help of a local exclusive interior designer. Period features such as exposed timber beams, original brickwork, and vaulted ceilings work in seamless unison with the cottage's numerous mod cons and ornate furnishings. This works to create an accommodation that is at once modern, elegant, and rustic. Sleeping up to six guests across three beautiful double bedrooms, groups of friends and family alike are sure to fall in love with this quaint English delight.
The downstairs is semi-open planned, housing the lounge, dining room, and kitchen. The lounge has ample seating - including two leather sofas - and a cosy wood burner enclosed in a large inglenook fireplace, while the adjoining dining area has an antique table which comfortably seats six. The modern kitchen has all necessary mod cons, including a microwave, wine fridge, and an AGA oven. There are three bedrooms upstairs; the master bedroom, including a double bed and ensuite shower room; a second double bedroom, complete with its own stunning church view; and the third double room, boasting gorgeous hill vistas. The family bathroom as a WC, basin, and a bath/shower. To the rear of the property is a patio area with outdoor furniture looking onto the beautifully manicured garden and undulating hill views beyond.
Should you fancy an evening tipple, the cottage is conveniently situated beside the village pub, The Snowshill Arms, serving real ales and local fare. The nearby Snowshill Manor and Garden is a National Trust run sixteenth-century country house. It is most famously known for the collection of its eccentric former owner Charles Paget Wade, including eclectic objects such as toys, Samurai armour, musical instruments, and clocks. You will also be ideally positioned to explore the greater Cotswolds area. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is famed for its stunning landscapes, rolling hills, and Cotswold stone villages. The region is ideal for nature lovers and has countless picturesque walking and cycling trails. Indeed, the famous Cotswolds way walk goes right past the front door of the cottage.
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Just had a 5 night stay at Broughwood Cottage. The property is beautiful and in a stunning setting. We particularly enjoyed the cosy wood burner and cooking in the Aga! Would recommend this for couples looking for a peaceful escape.
Stayed April 2022
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