Hope Cottage is cosy, quirky and full of character (lots of exposed stone walls and original beams, plus a woodburner) but with all mod cons. It is a detached cottage sitting in its own garden in this pretty South Cotswolds village. There are wonderful views, and the cottage is a perfect place to relax and get away from it all. A true home from home with privacy and seclusion (no owners on site), pubs nearby and walks in all directions
We are happy to welcome one small/medium well-behaved dog, but we would rather dogs are kept downstairs, and It would be great if muddy dogs can be kept in the kitchen until they're dry, and if shoes can be taken off before the carpeted areas.
We ask guests to smoke outside rather than in the cottage.
Please be very careful if accessing the mezzanine area above the bedroom, and watch your head on the beams. It is particularly important that small children are not left up there alone or allowed to play up there or rush up and down the stairs, which are narrow.
We also ask guests not to go out onto the flat roof above the kitchen because it's not intended to carry any weight.
And finally, it's not exactly a house rule, but we get very disappointed if guests leave without writing in our Visitors Book - we love hearing what they've got up to and how much they love the cottage!
Jos peruutat viimeistään 7 päivää ennen majoittumista, saat 50 %:n hyvityksen. Jos peruutat 7 päivää ennen majoittumista tai myöhemmin, et saa hyvitystä varauksesta.
I live in the beautiful South Cotswolds with my husband Mat, our three children Sam, Maddy and Jess and a small horde of animals including Rosie the dog. I spend a lot of my time ferrying the kids around and keeping everyone in clean socks and well fed, and in my spare time I work as a journalist. I love sport and exercise and have a tendency to get a little obsessive about everything I do, whether it's cycling, tennis or netball. Family holidays haven't been very adventurous in recent years, but in the past Mat and I have travelled to Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the States, Africa and to many destinations in Europe, and we intend to do more travelling once the children are older and we don't have to spend quite so much of our disposable income on school trips and babysitters. I love music and always have a good book on the go (contemporary fiction preferably) and my favourite way to spend an evening is to share a bottle (or two) of wine with a bunch of wonderful female friends. We love our new cottage, which we have just spent four months renovating, and I'm very tempted to move in there myself - just me and the dog...