Converted from the old forge on the ground of Sudeley Castle Charles I is named in memory of Charles I, who took refuge at Sudeley Castle after his failed siege of Gloucester during the English Civil War.
When you step into this cosy cottage you will feel instantly relaxed and at home. In a similar style to the neighbouring cottages Prince Rupert and George III this cottage has charm and character with wooden beams and dividing walls, local historic artwork and even a pretty divided staircase leading upstairs to each of the bedrooms, making you feel like you have two wings to the house!
Charles I is the middle cottage of three, sharing a private decked area perfect to sit on and watch the sun go down over the woodland and fields of the beautiful Cotswold's.
When staying in the Charles I cottage you receive complementary entry in the open seasons to the beautiful and historic Sudeley Castle and Gardens where you can fully immerse yourself in the history of your surroundings. Charles I cottage can be booked with other cottages in the courtyard ideal for larger groups or larger family gatherings.