Named in memory of Anne Boleyn, who spent a week at Sudeley Castle & Gardens in 1535 with the new King, Henry VIII. This pretty semi-detached cottage offers everything you need for a peaceful break away in the picturesque Cotswolds.
Sudeley Castle & Gardens has played an important role in the turbulent and changing times of England’s past, with royal connections that stretch back over 1000 years. Today it is a much loved family home and popular with visitors, and when staying in the Anne Boleyn cottage you receive complementary entry in the open seasons.
In the downstairs of the cottage there is an ample open plan lounge and diner with French doors leading onto a small patio garden perfect for alfresco dining or a place to enjoy glass of wine after a long day exploring the castle and gardens or the beautiful surrounding towns of the Cotswold’s. The upstairs of the cottage offers a master bedroom with dressing area, a twin and a family bathroom.
Ann Boleyn cottage can also be booked with other cottages at Sudeley Castle if you want to explore as part of a larger group.
Pets are welcome at Anne Boleyn cottage.