Green Cottage is cosy and self-contained in our large pretty walled garden in Northmoor, a small village well placed for the Cotswolds and Oxford. It's a welcoming space with a conservatory and plenty of room. Very private and quiet.
Green Cottage is a self-contained cottage at the end of a quiet lane which leads to a field. It has been converted from a small barn at the edge of the large walled garden of our pretty eighteenth-century Cotswold stone house. The cottage cannot be seen from the main house. You can park your car next to the cottage.
The cottage sleeps four with a futon for a fifth person if required - we charge a bit more for this. The cottage is comfortable and well equipped, and our guests often comment on its restful and home-like atmosphere. As you can see from the floor plan and photographs, a spacious conservatory with futon opens into a large, light living room. Next to this is a fully fitted kitchen with dining area. Then there is a hall, which leads to a bathroom and two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a double bed (150x200cm), and the second has two single beds (each 90x190cm). The bathroom has a bath with wall-mounted shower. No pets and no smoking.
Facilities includes Linen, towels and duvets, central heating, WIFI access to broadband internet, a flat screen digital television and DVD player, a Radio/CD player, Cooker and Microwave, Fridge-freezer, Dishwasher, Washing machine and tumble drier, Baby's Cot and high chair if requested. There is a wood-burning stove in the sitting room - we supply a basket of logs to get you started.
Toegang voor gasten
The garden has several mature trees and divides naturally into a number of separate areas. As can be seen from the floor plan, there is an area of grass with an old apple tree immediately outside the cottage. Here you will find a garden table with 4 chairs and plenty of places in which to sit and relax.
Interactie met gasten
We live in the main house and are usually available to give help and advice if required.
We hope that our guests will respect the fact that Northmoor is a quiet village and that our garden is a shared space with natural internal divisions - a trellis, trees, shrubs etc.