Cats Abbey Cottage, a lovely Cotswold Stone home, is set at the end of a secluded, tree-lined drive and is adjacent to the owners' property, Cats Abbey Hall. Originally built in 1806, has been thoughtfully restored to an exceptional standard while preserving all of the charm and beauty of its past. The character within combines effortlessly with modern elements and is stylishly furnished to create a comfortable and contemporary living area, ideal for a romantic couple's getaway as well as a family get-together. Outside, the lovely south-facing walled garden features a charming terrace with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ, ideal for al-fresco dining and soaking up the sun, as well as a lawned area with covered seating. For an extra unique escape, Cats Abbey Cottage visitors have access to the owner's spectacular indoor heated swimming pool and steam room, which may be accessed via an internal door in the sitting room.
What is the capacity for Cats Abbey Cottage?
Cats Abbey Cottage can sleep up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms. The ground-floor bedroom has its own en-suite shower room and a king-size bed. The additional two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and super-king size zip and link beds that may be converted as twin single beds on request, are located on the first floor. Open the master bedroom's french doors to reveal an outdoor stone stairway leading down to the yard.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Northleach area?
You're only a short drive from Northleach, a historic market town nestled in the Leach Valley. The streets in and surrounding the marketplace are rich in architectural interest. With its exquisite stained-glass windows and historical characteristics, the church of St Peter and St Paul is a must-see. The Cotswolds are home to a number of historic houses that are popular with visitors searching for a glimpse into the past's stunning homes and charmingly floral garden displays. Trips to Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park or Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens are both worth visiting for a fun day out with the whole family. There is plenty of entertainment and activities for people of all ages. Cirencester Golf Course is about 15 minutes away from the home and offers year-round golfing with stunning views of pristine countryside.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
There are numerous pretty villages and beautiful market towns nearby providing a range of shops, cafés, restaurants and traditional pubs.