A stunning retreat immersed in the depths of the Cotswolds, surrounded by twenty-five acres of private land and minutes from the historic town of Tetbury.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Immersed within twenty-five acres of private land, The Coach House is a gorgeous retreat for any couple. The Coach House mixes rustic with modern, featuring stunningly high-tech fixtures, including an impressive games room with home cinema and gorgeous wooden high beams alike. Guests can stroll through the twenty-five acres of private land and admire views of the luscious Cotswold greenery overlooking the pond.
Spread across two floors, The Coach House boasts ample space for relaxation. The ground floor hosts a games room, complete with a pool table, ping pong and a home cinema set-up with a 75” screen and gigantic Loaf sofa. This is the ideal spot for a cosy night in or an afternoon having fun.
On the first floor, accessible via the tallet steps, lies the well-equipped kitchen, living and dining area. The living space has a comfy sofa, the dining table is perfect for romantic meals for two, and the kitchen has all the mod-cons you'll need to cook up delicious meals. Guests can also fire up the log burner ensuring they stay nice and toasty whatever the weather. The living area also has a smart TV, a SONOS speaker, and WiFi, so you're able to remain entertained throughout your stay!
When it comes to bedtimes, the master bedroom has a super-king bed that guarantees a great night's sleep. It also has an ensuite bathroom with a super-luxurious freestanding bath tub. This is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing soak after a day out exploring the Cotswolds.
For guests with young children, a cot and highchair are available on request. The exterior hosts an electric vehicle charging point and an iron and ironing board are also provided.
Located in the midst of the oh-so-charming Cotswolds, The Coach House is perfect for any romantic retreat. Why not take a trip to the chocolate box village of Lower Slaughter, home to the most romantic street in Britain? Copse Hill Road can be found next to an idyllic stream running from the River Eye and is inundated with gorgeous stone cottages and lush greenery.
Close by lies The Old Mill, where guests can learn about the history of bread making, with Manor Gardens offering up a stunning location for an afternoon stroll across its abundant five acres. The Cotswolds is also home to some breathtaking scenery, offering up The National Trail which runs over one hundred miles from Bath to Chipping Camden. History lovers should indulge in a trip to Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace or Sudeley Castle for some classic Downtown Abbey-esque views.
Pricing ranges from £225 per night mid week in Low Season to £295 per night in High Season.
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