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W i x e y House is a stunning Georgian property overlooking the world renowned High Street of Chipping Campden. It is beautifully furnished with craftsman built oak furniture & high quality soft furnishings.The House is a Grade II listed Georgian style home. It is situated in the residential area of the High Street, fronted by a parking area and wide grass verge with water pump. 250 years old, The House was once owned by a local grocer. His shop was in the property on the corner which opened in 1863 - now a private house. W i x e y House was for many years a bakery. The property has been renovated to a high standard and is now a beautiful and comfortable holiday home with high quality furniture and soft furnishings. There is full gas central heating. Children welcome. Cot & highchair avail...W i x e y House is a stunning Georgian property overlooking the world renowned High Street of Chipping Campden. It is beautifully furnished with craftsman built oak furniture & high quality soft furnishings.The House is a Grade II listed Georgian style home. It is situated in the residential area of the High Street, fronted by a parking area and wide grass verge with water pump. 250 years old, The House was once owned by a local grocer. His shop was in the property on the corner which opened in 1863 - now a private house. W i x e y House was for many years a bakery. The property has been renovated to a high standard and is now a beautiful and comfortable holiday home with high quality furniture and soft furnishings. There is full gas central heating. Children welcome. Cot & highchair available on request..AccommodationDownstairs Sitting / diningThe sitting room is an attractive room with double bay windows. There are two sofas & two armchairs. Fitted bookcase with a range of books and games. Wood block flooring and a large rug in front of the stove style gas fire. Flat screen LCD TV. DVD player, ipod dock.The dining area offers a lovely, craftsman made solid oak dining table with seating for six people.Hallway / kitchenGuests enter the house into the lovely oak panelled hall with wood block flooring. Doors lead off the hall to the sitting room, kitchen & courtyard garden. A wide staircase leads to the first and second floors.Bespoke kitchen with painted cupboards and drawers with solid beech worktops. Flagstone floor and exposed Cotswold stone wall. Inset porcelain sink with mixer taps. Rangemaster cooker with five gas hobs and electric ovens. Hotpoint washer/dryer, Neff dishwasher, under counter fridge and freezer. Iron and ironing board. Digital radio. UpstairsBedroom oneSituated on the second (top) floor & reached via a landing, Bedroom One is a large sunny room with fantastic craftsman made solid oak half tester bed (6ft wide) & matching wardrobe, two chest of drawers & bedside chests. There is a leather armchair and foot rest and a television with Freeview. Hairdryer.A door leads to an en-suite cloakroom with period style wash basin and toilet. Bedrooms Two and ThreeBedroom Two and Three are on the first (middle) floor and are reached via a landing.Bedroom two is a lovely, light and sunny room with two large windows. Craftsman made solid oak Super King (6ft wide) bed - can be split to form two, 3ft beds if necessary. Matching solid oak wardrobe with drawers, bedside cupboards & large mirror. Television with Freeview. Bedroom three is a bright room with (5ft wide) craftsman made solid oak bed, matching solid oak bedside chests & wardrobe. Television with Freeview.BathroomsBathroom one is off the landing on the top floorStunning, fitted bathroom with walk in shower, free standing roll top bath with hand held shower attachment and toilet. Oak flooring and beautiful fitted oak vanity unit with lighting over.Bathroom two is off the landing on the middle floorA period style freestanding roll top bath, wash basin and toilet with high level cistern and chain pull.Garden and parkingFrom the entrance hall, a door leads out to the back enclosed courtyard with wooden decking, climbing roses, Clematus, pots with flowers / shrubs. Circular wooden table and chairs for six people. Barbecue.There is public parking in the lay by at the front of the house and in the street opposite with no charge and no time limit. A range of shops, pubs, restaurants are on Chipping Campdens high street and are all within a 5 minute walk from The House. FacilitiesPrice includes all linen and towels, gas central heating & electricity plus a basket of logs & kindling for the fire.• LCD TV with DVD • Selection of DVD's • Local walks/guide books, reading books• Microwave• Dishwasher• Toaster• Kettle• Fridge • Freezer• Washer / dryer• Rangemaster cooker with 5 gas rings and electric oven.• Iron / board• Hairdryer• Ipod dock• Selection of console games• Wifi• Gas fire • BBQMore
Please let us know if your group exceeds 6 people, including babies / infants.
Smoking is permitted in the courtyard but please extinguish cigarette ends and put in the outside bin. Do not allow to fall between decking strips.
1 Half bath, 2 Full baths
About the Owner
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Listed Since:March 2011
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There is a key safe at the cottage so that guests can arrive at a time which suits them. These times are (arriving) from 4pm and (departing by) 10am. These times can sometimes be negotiated however this depends on other bookings at this cottage and our other cottages.
We do not usually meet guests during their stay but we are always happy to call in on guests if they ask us to do so. There may be times where this is not possible however we love meeting guests and so please feel free to ask us at any point during your stay.
We have our mobiles with us at all times and so please call Honeypot Cottages if we can assist at all during your stay.
Chipping Campden is in the north Cotswolds and is a designated Area Of Outstanding Natural beauty.
A beautiful high street with stunning architecture and a good amount os shops, pubs and restaurants.
There are lots of things to do within a 15 minute drive and there's a wonderful recreation ground where you will find equipment for adults and children.
Adam Hensons Farm Park is a 15 minute drive. All Things Wild in Honeybourne is also popular with children.
If you don't have a car and don't want to hire a car, there are buses which run between Chipping Campden and Startford Upon Avon / Moreton In Marsh, Broadway
Trains run to Moreton In Marsh from London Paddington, Oxford & Hereford / Worcester.
If you have any specific questions at all, please contact Honeypot Cottages