Granary Cottage, MIckleton
An interesting quirky 'upside down' cottage forming part of a Barn Conversion. Granary Cottage offers a well presented character accommodation with a pretty paved garden. Situated within a popular courtyard at the heart of the village. Close to the village amenities including the famous Pudding Club, two village shops and 2 pubs with restaurants. The Cottage has been completely refurbished to a very high standard whilst maintaining the character. Enclosed courtyard to the front of the Cottage. Parking space provided.
Granary Cottage offers a well-presentated accommodation for both short breaks, short term tenancys. Also weekly or extenteded holidays.
The Cottage comprises of tiled entrance hall with ground floor bedroom and fitted bathroom with modern white suite including shower.
The living room on the first floor with exposed beams and unique log burning stove adds ambience to the setting. A large window looking out onto the front of the property with an additional large Velux adding a light and airy feel.
Fully equipt fitted kitchen to include washing machine, hob and oven, large pantry also has a large velux.
Granary is full central heated with an additional heated towel rail in the bathroom.
Located 3 miles North of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire The village of Mickleton lies in a fine setting immediately beneath the Cotswold edge overlooked by Meon Hill.
It has several attractive stone houses and cottages in addition to those of thatch and half-timber.
The little Victorian Memorial Fountain close by the Three Ways Hotel (home of the Pudding Club) is an interesting feature by William Burges, the architect of Cardiff Castle and Castle Coch, two excellent examples of the High Victorian Gothic.
The church has a fine 14th-century tower and spire, and a most unusual 17th-century two-storeyed porch. Inside will be found a 12th-century crucifix or rood over the north aisle chapel alter.
A nice circular walk leads up the hill from the church to Kiftsgate, Hidcote Manor Garden, and then up onto Ilmington Downs, before going down again through Hidcote Boyce to return to Mickleton. The is also a pleasant walk leading southwards, over the hill to Chipping Campden, passing close to the southern entrance to Campden Railway Tunnel.
- Barn Conversion
- Up to
- Cooker-and-Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Toaster-and-Kettle, Iron-and-Ironing Board, Coffee-Machine, Cooking-Utensils-and-Cutlery
- Large-LCD-Plasma-TV, BBC1-BBC2-ITV-C4, Selection-of-DVDs, DVD-Player, iPod-Dock
- BBQ, Car Parking, Hair-Dryer, Bathroom-Towels, Bed-Linen
- Yes, Patio Area, Garden Furniture
- Wood Burning Stove, Central Heating
|23 Jun 2017||31 Aug 2017||667.81||550.93||3+ nights||Flexible||Flexible|
|01 Sep 2017||14 Sep 2017||623.66||514.53||3+ nights||Friday||Friday|
|15 Sep 2017||19 Oct 2017||546.39||450.77||3+ nights||Friday||Friday|
|20 Oct 2017||26 Oct 2017||667.71||7+ nights||Friday||Friday|
|27 Oct 2017||21 Dec 2017||441.58||364.31||3+ nights||Friday||Friday|
|22 Dec 2017||04 Jan 2018||688.17||3+ nights||Flexible||Flexible|
Dog charge £40 per week