Please note: the cottage is currently on a long term let and is therefore unavailable at present.
A spacious two bedroom cottage, sleeping four, set at the edge of the charming village in the Rissingtons and Barringtons area of the Cotswolds comprising of one queen bedroom and one twin bedroom, a spacious bathroom with bath and separate shower, kitchen with dining counter, and delightful sitting room. Summer living can be extended into the walled garden around the cottage.
A Grade II listed manor house offering five huge double bedrooms, each with ensuite facilities. There are four main living areas - lounge, reading, music and TV rooms; formal dining room; huge modern kitchen with informal dining area. The lovingly kept gardens, croquet lawn and outdoor dining areas offer al fresco living at its best. A splendid tennis court shares Hill House’s stunning views over the Windrush Valley.
Hill House Rates:
Price on Application
For an indicative rate, High Season Full week £9200.
Rates for Hill House depend very much on the size of your party and what your requirements are. Please contact us with your request so that we can quote for your stay.
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South Lodge in the Cotswolds is located on the edge of a peaceful hamlet in the Rissingtons and Barringtons area of the Cotswolds, just a few miles from the popular town of Bourton-on-the-Water – an easy 1.5 hour drive from Central London. The picturesque villages of Great Rissington, Little Rissington and Wyck Rissington, as well as Great and Little Barrington are the epitome of an untouched and unspoilt Cotswold charm.
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Notable towns to visit include Bourton on the Water, Stow on the Wold, Burford, Oxford to name but a few.
Stow on the Wold: visit together with Bourton-on-the-Water and Moreton-in-Marsh, Stow-on-the-Wold is amongst the best known of the beautiful Cotswolds market towns. Strategically located, Stow stands on a 700 feet high hill, at a junction of seven major roads which include the Roman Fosse Way.
Burford: one of England's prettiest small medieval towns and voted one of the best places to live in the world. The town’s history dates back 900 years to a granting of a charter to local merchants to hold their own markets. The current trades people of Burford continue the long tradition of good service and the supply of excellent luxury and essential goods to both residents and visitors.
Things to do Around the Rissingtons and Barringtons
Whilst guests may be tempted to pass the time playing tennis or simply enjoying the beautiful surroundings, there is much to do outside of this oasis. There are lovely walks throughout the area, some starting right from the property. Many can end at great local pubs, one of which is a short walk from the house. The AA Guide to 50 Walks in The Cotswolds would be invaluable to a visiting rambler.
Towns such a Burford, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in- Marsh are all nearby and offer that mix of handsome architecture, antique shops, and good pubs and restaurants which make the area the renowned destination it deserves to be.
For those craving a bit of history, the university city of Oxford and the spectacular Blenheim Palace (hosting regular events such as kids camps, evening concerts & triathlons) are both within an easy drive. Many other historic houses of the National Trust are also easily accessible and make for delightful day trips.
For children, the Cotswold Farm Park is nearby and offers the chance to interact with animals and participate in farm events such as milking, shearing, etc.. The Cotswolds Wildlife Park is a consistent favourite and the Cotswolds Falconry holds young children in thrall during their daily educational flight shows.
For some suggested things to do, click here
Relax, unwind, rechargeRamble through the picturesque landscape
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