Hope Cottage In Quenington

Quenington, Cirencester , Gloucestershire, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The large french doors open onto the al fresco dining area and beautiful country garden beyond where there is a table and seating for six and a coal barbecue.

Downstairs Description

Entrance into the light and airy, open plan dining kitchen. At the heart of the home you will find a farmhouse table with seating for six and a snug area with two armchairs and a love seat in front of a SMART television with Freeview.

The Kitchen includes a Rayburn oven, separate induction hob, under the counter fridge and freezer, dishwasher, microwave and iPod dock. The large french doors open onto the al fresco dining area and beautiful country garden beyond where there is a table and seating for six and a coal barbecue.

A separate entrance leads into the Boot Room, handy for storing coats and boots after that long country walk.

Downstairs WC includes a wash basin and WC.

Living Room includes a three seater sofa, arm chair and love seat in front of a wood burning stove.

First Floor Description

Master Bedroom includes a King size bed (5’), two bedside tables with lamps, wardrobe, chest of drawers and a reading chair. Please note that the fireplace is ornamental only. The en-suite has a shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and a wc.

Bedroom two has two single beds, a bedside table and lamp and a chest of drawers.

The Family Bathroom is located between Bedrooms Two and Three and includes a bath with overhead shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and wc.

Bedroom Three has two single beds, a bedside table and lamp, large fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers.

Child Friendly
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Chedworth Roman Villa: It was home to some of the richest people in the country during its heyday in the 4th century. Visit the intriguing ruins of one of the largest Romano-British villas in the country. Marvel at some of the amazing inventions - including mosaics, bathhouses, latrines and even underfloor heating. Visit website
  • Cotswolds Farm Park: From our ever-popular bouncy pillows to peaceful corners with expansive views of the surrounding countryside, we like to think there's something for everyone... Visit website
  • Corinium Museum: Cotswold Museum Service cares for archaeological and social history objects in the Council’s collections. These collections are significant both nationally and internationally. Many of the objects are displayed at the refurbished and extended Corinium Museum, Cirencester. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Keepers Arms In Quenington: We serve proper pub food, freshly cooked and all our meat is locally sourced from happy pigs, cows and chooks. Matthew Boulton joined The Keepers in September 2016. Matt has a passion for fresh, locally sourced food and has reinvented the menu, changing it weekly and the specials daily, so we always have a seasonal, delicious offering. Visit website
  • The New Inn In Coln St Aldwyns: We believe in wholesome, hearty and traditional English food, served with a touch of flair and a spark of imagination. We aim to serve the freshest ingredients and wherever possible use locally sourced produce. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • The Butts Farm Farm Shop: All our stock is raised traditionally in a natural, stress-free environment. This means the meat that we produce is of outstanding quality and flavour which is pure, simple and delicious. Visit website
  • Waitrose : In Cirencester and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Cotswold Water Park: All outdoor needs satisfied - nature reserves, country parks, water sports, walking, cycling, birdwatching, fishing, riding, caravanning and camping, and much more! How about rally driving, paintballing, clay pigeon shooting, high ropes adventure to name a few? Visit website
  • Cotswold Electric Bike Tours: Our six hour guided tours take advantage of the quietest country roads and give each circuit a subtly different flavour of the Cotswolds. Visit website
  • Head 4 Heights: For those with a head 4 heights, we offer an exhilarating range of climbing. Visit website
  • The Cotswold Way: The trail is 102 miles long and winds through many picturesque villages, such as Snowshill, Cranham & Painswick. The Cotswold Way also passes close to a significant number of historic sites, for example the Roman heritage at Bath, the Neolithic burial chamber at Belas Knap, Sudeley Castle. Visit website