Looking for something special? Welcome to Trinity House offering three wonderfully comfortable ensuite bedrooms with all the treats you would expect and where peace and luxury abound. Oddington – set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - is one of those quintessential Cotswold villages, overlooking the Evenlode valley with two excellent eating pubs within walking distance. At this really foody home you will find only the best locally sourced ingredients prepared, cooked and presented to perfection! Come and go as you please – enjoy the wood-burner in the sitting room in winter or the terraces and views in summer. Trinity House is perfectly located for visiting all those jewels of the Cotswolds.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Trinity House?
Meadowstreet is a large double bedroom has a private staircase. It is charming and unique with an interesting combination of antique and modern décor. From the balcony overlooking the garden, enjoy a beautiful view of Daylesford. The super king bed has a Hungarian goose down duvet and pillows and Egyptian cotton linen. The spacious private bathroom features a roll-top bath and separate walk-in power shower, large towels, robes and high-quality toiletries. Willowherb is a spacious twin / double room with a stunning double aspect view on the garden and the rural surroundings. There is a comfortable Chesterfield sofa for relaxing and reading or watching TV. The bed may be a super king or twin and has Hungarian goose down duvet and pillows and Egyptian cotton linen. The contemporary private bathroom comes with both a bath and a walk-in high-pressure shower. Haycocks is a spacious room on the ground floor overlooking the garden, with french doors to a private terrace with amazing views over the valley to Daylesford Organic Farm Shop. The super king bed can easily be divided into twins and features Hungarian down duvets and crisp Egyptian cotton linen. The large ensuite bathroom has a walk-in power shower, heated towel rail with huge towels and dressing gowns plus little added luxurious toiletries.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Stow-on-the-Wold area?
The perfect location to explore Gloucestershire and the neighbouring counties of Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Located only 2 miles from the village of Stow on the Wold, the popular Hidcote and Kiftgate Gardens along with some lesser-known are all within easy access. National Trust properties, picturesque villages, lovely walks through the astounding countryside, racing at Cheltenham, Longborough Festival Opera, Daylesford Organic, visits to Stratford, Oxford and Cheltenham can all be reached easily.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast is served in the dining room, or on the south-facing terrace whenever possible. Breakfast at Trinity House is taken very seriously to brace you for the day. Everything is sourced locally – the sausages and bacon come from a farm close to Chipping Campden, the chickens live in the fields just outside the town of Stow, their eggs can be enjoyed however you like. Trinity House bake their own bread – normally a mixture of brown flours but white bread can easily be made. Coffee: soft and luxurious and the finest teas, of course. For something simple: fresh fruit, compote, yoghurt and wonderful homemade granola. If guests wish to venture into the local village there are a handful of recommended places to eat in the local area.