Self Catering Cotswold Holiday Cottage Accommodation in Weston-SubEdge
Weston-subEdge - recorded in Domesday - lies at the foot of Dovers Hill,
3 miles from Chipping Campden. Named after Robert Dover who organised his
‘Olympick’ Games there from 1612, it is a well-known beauty spot with
extensive views over the surrounding countryside. The church is 13th Century
and retains a number of its original features. The Romans are said to have
grown vines here.
This delightful, comfortably furnished, old Cotswold-stone holiday cottage boasts beautiful mullion
windows, a plethora of beams and exposed stone walls, creating a wealth of charm and character.
Set close to the farmyard on a....
This pretty little stone cottage, set by a quiet lane at the edge of the village surrounded by the
owner’s farm, has been carefully and very attractively designed and furnished to make a
comfortable and cosy home. Only 1½ miles from....
With exposed timbers and stonework, Milliner’s Barn, a single-storey detached holiday property is
in the rural location of Weston-sub-Edge, within walking distance of the local inn. Surrounded
by beautiful Cotswold villages and towns including....
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Popfosters Barn is in historic Weston SubEdge, near
Chipping Campden. It has been passionately converted into a unique, cosy and contemporary barn,
dating back to mid 1500's. Two double....
Situated in the quiet village of Weston-sub-Edge, this semi-detached, traditional Cotswold’s
stone holiday cottage is in a perfect location for guests to explore the Cotswolds. Close to
Chipping Campden and Broadway, Shakespeare’s ....
Just 3 miles from Broadway in peaceful seclusion, with superb views of fields and nearby wooded
hills, this lovely, idyllic old Cotswold-stone barn has been transformed into a spacious,
comfortable family home. Hidcote Manor Garden....