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Mary's AcreBroad Campden, Chipping Campden and surrounding villages

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A real treasure found in the Cotswolds, Mary’s Acre is a Grade II listed Cotswold stone house with a thatched extension dating back to the 17th century. With an abundance of traditional features including two wood burning stoves and an open fireplace, flagstone flooring and exposed beams, complemented by the contemporary kitchen and bathrooms and Sonos sound system throughout, this beautiful home offers the best of both worlds.

Overview

AgaBarbecueCentral Heating Coffee Machine FreezerFridgeGarden furniture High ChairiPod DockMusic systemParkingTelevisionTravel CotWiFiNo DogsBed LinenBlu-Ray DVD playerDishwasherDVD playerLog Burner / Open FireMicrowaveTelevision with FreeviewTowelsTumble Dryer Washing Machine Within walking distance to pub

Layout

Ground Floor
Entrance into a large hallway in the centre of the house.
The drawing room has two large comfortable sofas and coffee table in front of a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove.
The television room has a large corner sofa and additional chair, coffee table, 3D television with Blu-ray player and Orbit Sound sound bar including iPod dock all in front of the large feature fireplace with a wood burning stove.
The impressive dining room has an open fire and a large oval table seating ten in comfort, perfect for celebrations.
Four large steps lead down to the fully fitted dining kitchen which is part of the thatched extension and includes an AGA cooker, dishwasher, two under counter fridges, a dual zone wine fridge, microwave and La Pavoni coffee machine. There is a large table which can be extended to seat eight, small LCD television with Freeview and DVD player and a Bowers and Wilkins iPod / iPhone dock.
A separate utility room has a small under the counter freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Downstairs wc.

First Floor
Large spacious landing.
Bedroom one has a double bed, two bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers and a built in wardrobe.
Large bathroom includes a bath with shower attachment, separate walk-in shower, double wash basin, heated towel rail and wc.
Bedroom two has a king size bed, two bedside tables, dressing table and stool, chest of drawers, fitted wardrobe and a DAB radio alarm clock with iPod/iPhone dock.
Bedroom three has a super king size sleigh bed, two bedside tables and lamps, built in wardrobe, a decorative fireplace and a DAB radio alarm clock with iPod/iPhone dock.
The thatched extension has a double bedroom with wonderful views over the garden which can be accessed via a spiral staircase.

Please note that this staircase rising from the utility area may not be suitable for people with mobility difficulties.

There is also a bathroom with a shower, wash basin and wc. Please note that this bedroom and bathroom are separate from the rest of the 1st floor and can only be accessed through the kitchen. For this reason, this bedroom is not suitable for small children.

Second Floor
Landing with window overlooking the garden.
Large bathroom with bath, separate walk-in shower, double wash basin, large mirror, heated towel rail and wc.
Master bedroom is a pretty room with beams on the ceiling and the wall and views across the garden and countryside beyond. It includes a super king size bed, two bedside tables and lamps, Rotel multi speaker music system with iPod / iPhone dock and digital radio also linked to the bathroom speakers. This bedroom leads on to a dressing room with built-in wardrobes, a dressing table and stool and a full length mirror.

Outside
A beautiful private garden with table and seating.
Off street parking is available.

Need to Know

A welcome basket of logs is provided.
A high chair and travel cot can be provided on request.

Surrounding local area

Mary’s Acre is located in the quiet and picturesque village of Broad Campden which has a pub, the Bakers Arms featured in the Good Beer Guide and the Good Pub Guide and serves excellent food, a very short walk away.
Several long distance paths, and many footpaths run through the village.
The market town of Chipping Campden is just one mile away and boasts an excellent choice of pubs, bistros, restaurants and shops for guests to enjoy. Every year in late May the town hold the world famous Robert Dover’s Olimpick Games. A must see is the shin kicking and tug o’ war competition as well as many other sporting events.
For something different experience Longborough's increasingly popular 6 week Festival Opera in June and July.
Wander around Sezincote's magnificent gardens or Batsford Arboretum, Britain's most visited arboretum, particularly in the Autumn.
Otherwise, there is the National Trust’s Hidcote Gardens as well as Kiftsgate Gardens.

Guest reviews

A prefect house for a group of eight girlfriends to stay for a week-end of good food, wine and gossip. The very well equipped kitchen brought self-catering to a whole new level. An enjoyable walk into nearby Chipping Campden, comfortable beds, snug lounges and a well stocked dvd collection - perfect! We would certainly recommend.

A & friends - Surrey , November 2018
1 of 6

This was a glorious week for us. The house and gardens are so beautiful, comfortable and inviting and we would have been content to never leave! We enjoyed some lovely walks on Dovers Hill and the Cotswold Way with some wonderful pub lunches along the way - The Mount Inn at Stanton and The Ebrington Arms as well as some lovely evenings at the local Bakers Arms (great pies!) All very different and all charming in their own way. It was fun learning how to use the aga too for dinners at home. The owners really have thought of everything and our week could not have been more idyllic - thank you for sharing this very special place

G & T - New York , August 2017
2 of 6

This trip allowed our children and grandchildren to come together for a delightful holiday. We've had the most wonderful time here in your beautiful home and exploring the tranquil villages and byways of the Cotswolds. Thank you for allowing us to share your historic home where there was something for everyone from cooking with the aga to exploring the grounds, enjoying the wildlife and taking a stroll or serious walk.

K, C & R - New York, Manhattan & California , July 2017
3 of 6

A wonderful house in a beautiful setting, We had a great time with family and friends and fabulous weather meant we were able to make the most of the garden - the tree house was especially appreciated by the grandchildren! We would definitely recommend to anyone planning a family get-together.

C & T - Wolverhampton , April 2017
4 of 6

Another wonderful birthday/racing week-end in this beautiful house - so comfortabe and relaxing. Our fourth and hopefully not our last visit! Perfect for everyone from 22 months to 71 years, thank-you.

L & P - Manchester , January 2017
5 of 6

Beautiful house and gardens: we've had a lovely week and have enjoyed the wonderful gardens, the village, the aga experience! Thank-you.

L, S & E - Billericay , September 2016
6 of 6
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Welcome hamper included

A complimentary hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.

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