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Shrove Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Certificate of Excellence
Pool available May-September.
1 of 13Pool available May-September.
Private Room , 1 Bathroom , Sleeps 2
Chedworth, Cotswolds, England
Relax and soak in the peace and quiet in this idyllic little gem of a property which is self-contained with its own private entrance, roomy modern bathroom with underfloor heating, fully equipped kitchen and bedroom/sitting room area with beautiful views up the Chedworth Valley. A perfect central location for exploring the Cotswolds. Breakfast with home-made bread included for you to prepare and eat at your leisure.
Listing #HL5456161
About the Owner
Rosalind M
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a day
Interaction with guests
We live adjacent to the property and so are on hand to answer questions. We are very flexible over check-in and check-out times and will accommodate requests where ever possible. There is a key safe which allows you to access the property even if you wish to arrive at a time when we are out. We always catch up with guests whenever we get back to check you have everything you need.
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Reviewed 16 July 2018

Sent from my iPhone What a find! Shrove cottage is in an idyllic setting. My husband and I travel extensively and this property really is up there in our top 10. Ros clearly has a passion for hosting and everything you could possibly need is...More

Thank Bernadette g
Reviewed 12 December 2017

We have just returned from a 2 night stay where we were lucky to see this beautiful area covered in snow. The location was perfect to drive to the surrounding villages and to walk to the pub for a lovely dinner, highly recommend The Inn...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2017

Although we only stayed a couple of nights we had a lovely relaxing break. Lovely breakfast with homemade bread freshly made. Everything you could need was there, cleverly stored in this small but very clean & modern cottage. The bed was very comfortable & we...More

Thank Chris S
  • Balcony or Terrace
  • Central Heating
  • Cots:(1)
  • Dining Seats (4)
  • Double Beds:(1)
  • En Suite Rooms (1)
  • Grill
  • Highchair
  • Internet Access
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room Seats (2)
  • Parking
  • Private Garden
  • Safe
  • Shared Outdoor Pool (Unheated)
  • Sofa Beds:(1)
  • Suitable For Children Under 5
  • Towels Provided
  • Wi-Fi
House rules
    Pets not allowed
    Smoking not allowed
A minimum of two nights is required when booking bank holiday weekends, during the months of July and August and over the Valentine weekends of 9th-11th Feb and 16th-18th Feb.
    1 Attached (ensuite)
    1 Sofa
    1 Full
    1 Crib
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About the neighbourhood
There are two traditional country pubs, The Seven Tuns and the Fossebridge Inn, both within walking distance. They have open log fires in the winter and offer seasonal menus of locally sourced food. The Fossebridge Inn has extensive grounds in which you can sit to dine overlooking a lake in the summer months. Our farm shop at Chedworth is less than half a mile and also stocks local produce and can be reached on foot across the fields or along a winding country village lane.
Getting around
Our nearest railway stations are Kemble and Kingham. Our nearest airports are Bristol, Birmingham and Heathrow.
How to get there
Our postcode is GL54 4AW. The nearest railway stations are Kemble and Kingham. Heathrow airport is an hour and a half by car. Written directions to Shrove Cottage are given below: From the A40, London and the North When you reach Northleach, turn south on to the Fosseway - the A429 - which is a Roman road. After about four miles you will go down a steep hill into Fossebridge. As the road begins to rise again, immediately after The Fossebridge Inn, look out for a right hand turn, signed Yanworth and Roman Villa. Take this right and drive half a mile until you get to a left hand turn, signed Lower Chedworth, Chedworth. Turn up the hill. When you have reached the crest of the hill, turn right before an old chapel, which is the first building on your right as you go over Chapel Hill. When you get to a tiny crossroads where straight-on is a farm track, turn left down the hill. This is Pancake Hill itself. We are the last house on the left, opposite the stable. From the M4 and the South Take J15 off the M4 at Swindon and then follow the dual carriageway, the A417, up to Cirencester where you take the Fosseway A429, initially following signs for Burford before following signs to Northleach and Stow, which is a left at the first set of lights you encounter off the dual carriageway. Go north on the A429 until you get a left hand turn for Chedworth, Withington. Take this route, Fields Road, into the village looking for a blind bend left around a barn conversion. Immediately after this bend there is a right hand turn to take, signed Lower Chedworth, going down hill to a T junction. Here you go hard right, signed Yanworth, Stowell, continuing on down hill until you are driving round a sheep field and the road begins to rise. As it does so, look for a small hidden left hand turn. Take it. We are the first house on the right, opposite the stable. From the M5 and the West From M5 take junction 11a, which is signed Cirencester. This is the A417 and goes up Birdlip Hill on a dual carriageway after exiting the motorway. At the top of the hill there is The Air Balloon roundabout. Go straight on, on the A436, following signs for Cirencester and Stow-on-the-Wold. Then you pass The Seven Springs pub and at this next roundabout you go left and then immediately right to stay on the A436 (now signed Oxford A40, Stow). Once you have passed The Kilkenny Inn (all good directions should be based almost entirely on pubs!) you are looking for a right hand turn, signed Withington. Take this turn along a very Roman road and when you get into the village of Withington itself, take the first right around the village school and then the next left to take you on to Chedworth. You will go through a thicket up a steep hill and then after a short distance you have a chance to take a left hand fork at a small grass triangle of roads. Follow this left on Fields Road into Chedworth itself, driving for several miles without taking any turns before reaching the other end of the village at the Farm Shop. Once you have passed the Farm Shop there is a left hand turn to take, signed Lower Chedworth, going down hill to a T junction. Here you go hard right, signed Yanworth, Stowell, continuing on downhill until you are driving round a sheep field and the road begins to rise. As it does so, look for a small hidden left hand turn. Take it. We are the first house on the right, opposite the stable.
Airport: Birmingham: 93.0 km
Railway: Kemble: 20.0 km
Activities nearby
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
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