At a Glance
About the Coach House
The Coach House in the village of Hawling is a charming detached property only 8 miles east of Cheltenham within the grounds of a 16th century, Grade II Listed rectory. A period cottage dating from the 14th century, the Coach House is tastefully furnished throughout with exposed beams, a cosy open fire and glorious views across surrounding meadows and fields. Amenities including a shop, bakery and two fine inns are only a short drive away in Guiting Power village.
- Entrance hall and small cloakroom containing a wc.
- Open plan sitting room and dining kitchen.
- French windows lead out from the kitchen to the terrace and garden, and two steps lead up from the kitchen to the sitting room.
- Open fire, TV, DVD and CD player all in the sitting room.
- Fully fitted kitchen with a fridge/ freezer, a washer/ dryer, dishwasher and an electric oven with a hob and grill.
- Separate shower room.
- Single bedroom.
- Double bedroom with a 5' bed.
- Twin bedroom with 3' beds.
- Main family bathroom containing a bath with a shower over and a wc.
- Private paved path leading off the main drive.
- Outdoor terrace with garden furniture.
- The terrace leads on to an open lawn.
Other Things to Note
- Ideal for families and couples - a romantic retreat or a spacious family holiday home.
- Gas central heating and open fire.
- Travel cot and a high chair available.
- Local Todenham Manor Farm will happily deliver a box of fresh meat direct to your cottage on request.
Short breaks available, minimum stay is 2 nights.
Around and About
Numerous pretty Cotswolds villages and ancient sites surround you. Visit the nearby medieval village of Winchcombe overlooked by Sudeley Castle. You'll find a selection of fine restaurants and inns here.
Regency Cheltenham with its year round festivals and famous racecourse as well as the Roman market town of Cirencester and the Roman villa in Chedworth are within easy reach. Golfing fans are also conveniently close to Naunton Golf Club.