Beautiful thatched cottage
Dining room
Kitchen with breakfast table
Dining room
Lounge with gas fire
Lounge with doors leading to patio and garden
Master double bedroom
Further double bedroom
Stylish bathroom
Twin bedroom with modern en-suite wet room
Twin bedroom en-suite
Enclosed garden with seating area
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3 / 12  Kitchen with breakfast table
4 / 12  Dining room
5 / 12  Lounge with gas fire
6 / 12  Lounge with doors leading to patio and garden
7 / 12  Master double bedroom
8 / 12  Further double bedroom
9 / 12  Stylish bathroom
10 / 12  Twin bedroom with modern en-suite wet room
11 / 12  Twin bedroom en-suite
12 / 12  Enclosed garden with seating area

Bretforton Woodbine,

Evesham (3mls E), Cotswolds
Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

• 17th century thatched cottage

 • Village location with amenities

• Perfect location for exploring Broadway, Chipping Campden, Evesham

• Spacious and sympathetically restored cottage

• Enclosed garden with seating

• 2 dogs welcome

Property code: BRETW

17th Century thatched cottage, nestled in a picturesque Cotswold village, is perfect for exploring many of the areas finest offerings including a range of National Trust properties and a plethora of quintessential Cotswold villages.

This property is a spacious, sympathetically restored, Grade II listed 17th century thatched cottage in the village of Bretforton.Enjoy strolling around the village which has a local shop and the famous Fleece Inn. You are a few miles from picturesque village of Willersey with its duck pond with 2 pubs and village shop. Broadway is 3 miles away and offers a choice of specialist shops, butchers, deli, bakers and Post Office for everyday shopping needs and various tea shops and restaurants. There is a main line train station at nearby Honeybourne. There are many attractions close by including: Broadway Tower, Birdland, The Model Village, Sudeley Castle together with numerous National Trust properties and gardens and much more.

The spacious accommodation retains all its original charm with low exposed beams, low doorways and wood floors. Stepping into the property you will find a living room with TV, DVD and gas fire, the kitchen is well-equipped with TV, breakfast eating area, cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and microwave. Also on the ground level you will also find a separate dining room. The property benefits from 3 bedrooms, 2 doubles situated upstairs and 1 twin with en-suite shower room and WC situated downstairs.

Outside you will find an enclosed garden with seating. There is ample off road parking.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

• Property contains original charm with low exposed beams, low doorways

• 3 bedrooms: 2 doubles situated upstairs and 1 twin with en-suite shower room on ground floor

• 1 bathroom, 1 en-suite and separate WC situated downstairs.

• Cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and microwave

• TV and DVD

• Bed linen, electric, central heating and towels included

• Wifi included

• 2 dogs welcome

•  Enclosed garden

• Shop and pub within walking distance

• Arrival 3 pm

This property joined our collection in 2012 and is managed by Gemma.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 17 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Claire, 28th July 2018

Had a wonderful stay at this beautiful old cottage. Beds very comfortable so we all slept well, cooked dinner in the cottage a couple of times and there was everything we needed in the very well equipped kitchen. 5 minute walk to the village shop which was very well stocked and then many a good evening spent at The Fleece Inn. Beautiful old pub verRead morey dog friendly, even allowed in the restaurant. Would definitely hope to return to this beautiful cottage, and its location was perfect. Hide

Reviewed by Bernhard, 30th June 2018

The cottage is spacious and has a lovely garden. However, it is not suitable for taller guests due to low beams. The constant traffic noise is a problem too.

Reviewed by Peter, 23rd June 2018

Great location for touring the area, the local pub is a must see with good beer and food.

Reviewed by Christine, 1st May 2018

we had a lovely time at the cottage it is a very pretty village.

Reviewed by Gillian, 23rd April 2018

The area is fantastic if you love old buildings with a history. There is an upstairs wc, but both bathrooms are downstairs. The heating is fantastic throughout the house and it warms up really fast, even though it's on timer. There are a few little steps inside so I wouldn't recommend for anyone with mobility issues downstairs and upstairs would beRead more a no no due to the uneven floors of a cottage this age. It is on a very busy road but you can get some great photographs of the area. Hide

Reviewed by Jayne, 19th March 2018

Lovely cottage in an ideal area with the perfect little shop and pub with excellent food and service

Reviewed by Erika, 23rd February 2018

Lovely cottage, very clean and comfortable.

Reviewed by Deborah, 26th January 2018

Very old cottage, lots of history here! Lovely little garden and a great welcome with flapjacks waiting for us. Nice to be able to take dogs, they had a great time. Lovely little village, although cottage is on a busy road. Great local pub and community shop, thriving village by all accounts. Great position for visiting beautiful villages like BourRead moreton-on-the-Water, Broadway etc. Hide

Reviewed by Michela, 7th January 2018

Beautiful period cottage, cosy and comfortable lots of charm with all modern comforts, set in an idyllic village with a fabulous pub and community shop.

Reviewed by Liam, 7th October 2017

A lovely cottage in a good North Cotswolds location. It is a great place for friends and families with slightly older children, but the number of steps may cause difficulties for people of limited mobility.. The village is very picturesque, it's pub worth a visit, offers great meals and is very dog friendly, the village community shop is well stockRead moreed,and offers great service. Hide

Reviewed by Jennifer, 30th September 2017

Absolutely delightful, very comfortable and well located to be able to reach lots of areas within a short distance. The village has a locally run shop which supplies enough bits and pieces to keep you going, there is a fantastic pub which allows dogs, and the village itself is absolutely beautiful. The house was cosy and warm, with all the utensilsRead more in the kitchen you could need, the wet room was very convenient, with the luxury of having a bath in another bathroom. A really lovely week. Hide

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