The Cotswold Guest House is a delightful, very comfortable, self-contained cottage generously equipped for two adults. There is a large, sunny living room, fully glazed on two sides, overlooking its own terraces, the carp pond and glorious unspoiled rural views into the far distance. Upstairs, there is a big, light bedroom with a king-sized bed.
What makes a stay at Cotswold Guest House unique?
The owner does everything to make guests feel welcome and to give them a uniquely enjoyable time, whether they stay for one night or a fortnight. The rooms have duck down/feather duvets and pillows, Egyptian cotton linen and large towels and bathrobes. There are cut and potted flowers in the rooms, the welcome pack is generous and the breakfasts are delicious. Diets and allergies are accommodated with advance warning, when possible. The Guest House is cosy in winter and light and airy in summer. Situated on the middle terrace of the owner's 2.5 acre garden, it is known for its peacefulness, comfort and restorative qualities. Bagendon has been continuously inhabited for over 2,000 years and is a Conservation Area in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Cotswold Guest House?
The living room contains a discreet kitchenette with small refrigerator, hob unit & sink. There is a Nespresso coffee machine, toaster, and microwave/grill and it is fully equipped with everything needed for limited self-catering. There is a large flat-screen TV (SKY), comfortable chairs, games, books and magazines.
There is a fully tiled wet room and the spacious bedroom has ample hanging space, with an iron and an ironing board. There are iPod docks and dedicated ultrafast broadband throughout the building.
There is a 40ft outdoor swimming pool that is heated from April - October, dependent on the seasons. Garden furniture is provided.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Cirencester area?
The Cotswolds are a real treasure, and guests can enjoy country walks, bird-watching and far-reaching views.
Nearby are honey-coloured villages, famous gardens & historic houses, along with statuesque 'wool' churches.
Golf, gliding, water sports, polo and National Hunt racing can all be enjoyed locally, and there are plenty of festivals and cultural events throughout the year.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Supper may be available for guests, if pre-booked and mutually convenient. There are many restaurants in Cirencester, four miles away, including Sushi, Thai, Indian, Italian, English and French, and there are numerous foodie pubs in the surrounding villages.