The Chestnuts

The Chestnuts is an outstanding, traditional, yet chic, Cotswold cottage the main part of which dates back to the 1850s. It has many original features including a curved stone stairway, beamed ceilings and a large inglenook fireplace with bread oven. The original building has recently been sympathetically extended and today the property comprises four bedrooms (two of them Masters), two lounges, dining room, two luxury bathrooms and a separate spa style shower room and downstairs toilet. All the rooms are interior designed in soothing neutral colours with original art works and artefacts

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Suitable for babies 0-6 months

A cot and a high chair are provided for babies if required. 

Suitable for babies 6 months+

A cot and a high chair are provided for babies if required. 

Suitable for toddlers 1-3 years

A cot and a high chair are provided for little ones if required

Suitable for young children 3-6 years

The Chestnuts has four double bedrooms so there is plenty of space for children

Suitable for older children 6 years+

The Chestnuts has four double bedrooms so there is plenty of space for children

Suitable for teens 13-17 years

The Chestnuts has four double bedrooms so there is plenty of space for teenagers

Wi-fi available

Free wi-fi available

Indoor/Outdoor playroom

Toy shed and adventure playground

A small selection of games and toys are provided in the cottage

Garden

Large open meadow

The secluded garden is of a good size and offers beautiful views over an adjoining meadow. Enjoy dining alfresco or partake is a spot of star gazing. Shilton is the perfect spot to look at the stars as there is relatively little light pollution. 

Parking available

Communal car park

Parking available

Babysitting available

A babysitting service is available if you fancy a night out. Request details when you book. 

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Property Address: Bridge Street, OX184AB

Shilton is in a fantastic position at the gateway to the Cotswolds. You can discover a myriad of pretty villages and historic towns such as Oxford (the well known seat of learning for centuries), Bibury, Burford, Cirencester, Cheltenham, Warwick, Stratford Upon Avon (birthplace of William Shakespeare) and Bath or just stay close by and take a walk over the fields or a boat on the nearby Thames. In fact Burford was recently voted one of the six most idyllic places to live in Europe.