Dryhill, built on the site of an ancient Roman villa and vineyard, is a beautiful 400-year-old former farmhouse sleeping up to ten people. Approached by a long private rural track leading to a circular driveway, this charming property is surrounded by 14-acres of woodland and gardens.
Named after the barn owls that are often seen hunting in the surrounding fields and hedgerows – Owl Cottage is part of a row of immaculately renovated cottages in the heart of Southrop, one of the Cotswolds’ loveliest villages.
A magnificent Georgian manor, Sheepscombe House in Jack’s Green, is set in a stunning location in the Cotswolds surrounded on two sides by its own fields; one of which is home to a private herd of alpacas!
Situated in Southrop on the edge of the Cotswolds, Grey’s Cottage is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage with both a cosy sitting room – featuring a Clearview wood-burning stove – and a snug/media room with a 50 inch Samsung LCR screen.