Thornton is a grade II listed property, built in the early 1800's. Centrally located on Chipping Campden High Street alongside other picturesque Cotswold stone houses, it was once the town's sweet shop. Chipping Campden is a quintessentially English town brimming with classic Cotswold stone architecture and nestled deep in stunning countryside. Along the High Street, you will find a diverse and rich collection of shops behind these historic facades - gift shops, antique shops, pottery, jewellery, stoneware, tea shops, delicatessens, wine merchants and a French bakery. Once away from the town, Chipping Campden offer you a perfect base to explore even more historic towns and cities.
Located close to Stratford, Cheltenham, Warwick, Leamington Spa and Worcester, there's plenty to do in the area. You can visit Stratford to see Shakespeare's houses (his birthplace, Anne Hathaway's Cottage & Garden, Nash's House, Mary Arden's Farm and Hall's Croft) and the famous Royal Shakespeare Company. You can go horse racing in Cheltenham (Gold Cup), drop in to visit Eastnor Castle or Chedworth Roman Villa before popping over to Warwick Castle to see a enactment, or you could simply walk or cycle in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Thornton has been sympathetically restored to a high standard and has all the charm and cosiness you would expect from a Cotswold property. The ground floor entrance takes you to a large hallway with storage for coats and boots, it then moves towards the bedroom with a king sized bed with Egyptian linen, side tables and wardrobe. Next to this is the bathroom, a large glass shower cubicle, underfloor heating and sanitary ware with oak furniture and stone tiled walls and floor. Further down the hall, you have the lounge, with sisal flooring and an inviting wood-burning stove as well as exposed Cotswold stone walls. The kitchen, also off the hallway is fitted with oak units and complimented with granite worktop , 4 ring hob, double gas oven and microwave. Thornton is centrally heated and Wi-Fi is available. All electricity, oil, bed linen and towels are included and one pet is welcome.
Fantastic location, long walks, great shopping, rustic charm, crisp cotton linen and a wood burning fire... what more could you ask for?
|Seasonal period||Price per week|
|29 March 2013 - 24 May 2013||£450.00|
|24 May 2013 - 5 July 2013||£525.00|
|5 July 2013 - 27 September 2013||£575.00|
|27 September 2013 - 20 December 2013||£475.00|
|20 December 2013 - 10 January 2014||£550.00|
Short breaks available on request.
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1 bedroom & living area
1 large bathroom
One well behaved pet is permitted
Central and underfloor heating, WiFi, Microwave