Sitting in the heart of Hook Norton village and around the corner from some cracking country pubs, Stone Wheel Cottage is just the perfect and typical Cotswolds' cottage. Hundreds of years old, sitting within the grounds of the owners' substantial period property, this sweet and charming cottage retains all its period charm but with much added comfort and style. Simply furnished and the perfect retreat. The kitchen / diner is comfortable and well furnished, the Living Room spacious and cosy, with a wonderful log-burner, while upstairs are three good sized bedrooms, each smart and simple in presentation with very comfortable beds, and a separate family bathroom. There's a garden outside with loads of room to relax and unwind, and the wow factor being provided by the covered, heated swimming pool available from April 2021 til beginning of Nov 2021. However, with a host of village pubs within walking distance you may prefer to take the fresh air when strolling for lunch or otherwise! This is a blissful retreat where you are convenient for a host of Cotswolds gems. If you're so inclined Daylesford and Soho Farmhouse are nearby, otherwise Chipping Norton is just 7 mins drive away. We love it here and believe you and your pooch will too!
Need to know
Garden Or Patio
Pub Within 1 Mile
Bedrooms & Suites
Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin
Downstairs 'wet room', with shower, basin and WC.
Kitchen with dining area.
Sitting room with log burning stove.
Gardens with swimming pool & patio area.
A picturesque village with many honey-coloured historic buildings, thatched cottages, a thriving community and its very own steam driven brewery, the last of its kind in the country. The village boasts a well-stocked shop, Post Office, several pubs and restaurants and many lovely walks can be enjoyed from the village with the D'Arcy Dalton Way passing through the village. The market town of Chipping Norton lies south of the village in the Cotswold Hills, plays host to many festivals throughout the year, has an abundance of shops, cafes and restaurants as well as a theatre and the oldest golf course in Oxfordshire.