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The UK is blessed with some of the most beautiful and diverse National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty anywhere in the world. For us, these stretch from Isles of Scilly holiday cottages in the south to the very tip of Scotland. The largest of these is the Lake District but there are well over 50 in total. See all of our Cottages in Special Places
"The Gap" sits at the end of a charming row of terraced cottages with enviable rear views over a deer park and the rolling Cotswold countryside beyond. This stunning three-storey Cotswold stone cottage has been beautifully furnished, featuring bi-fold doors leading from the sitting room onto the sun terrace and rear garden, perfect for that morning coffee or relaxing on a summer's evening. With the fully equipped modern kitchen and underfloor heating throughout, this is a perfect bolthole for all seasons.
Entering at the ground level, you will be greeted via an entrance hall leading into the stunning kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is well-equipped with granite worktops, a Smeg range oven, and the best views you will ever see from the kitchen sink. The dining area has a dining table with bespoke bench seating for four guests. Downstairs is a luxurious sitting room, filled with light by the pyramid skylight and bi-folding doors leading out onto the pretty sun terrace, complete with garden furniture and a barbecue. There is also a useful utility room and cloakroom to the rear of the lower ground floor.
Upstairs on the top floor are two beautifully presented double bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and another with a double bed. The master bedroom enjoys more stunning views over the Cotswold countryside. On this level there is also a modern shower room with a large walk-in shower.
Outside, the pretty garden leads down to the lower sun terrace looking across the deer park. This immaculate property is ideally suited to either two couples, or a family with young children who are happy to share the double bed in the second bedroom.
Blockley is a quintessentially English golden stone village, situated within the rolling hills of the North Cotswolds, between Moreton-in-Marsh (with direct rail links to London Paddington) and Chipping Campden. Guests staying at The Gap can enjoy an abundance of scenic walks over the surrounding countryside. Blockley's picturesque church, churchyard and vicarage can be recognised from the filming of "Father Brown", a BBC detective drama set in the 1950s. Other notable buildings in the village include: a brookside converted water mill; a wonderful community cafe with a well stocked shop for all your essentials; and two pubs within walking distance. Mill Dene Gardens within the village is open to the public during May and June.The ever popular towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water and Broadway are just a short drive away,
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