Prince Rupert is a homely cottage offering all you need for a perfect break away in the Cotswolds countryside. Named in memory of Prince Rupert, who was a nephew of Charles I and commanded the Royalist cavalry during the English Civil War, he made Sudeley his headquarters and his home away from home.
The inns, restaurants, tea rooms, and shops set among Winchcombe's three main streets are full of the character of times past. The castle and grounds offering complementary entry in open season and are all a five minute walk away from your front door. If you would like to venture a little further you will find the famous spa town of Cheltenham or Broadway only a fifteen minute drive away, making the Prince Rupert cottage an ideal location to seek all the Cotswolds has to offer.
The cottage offers a restful place to stay, the end of three cottages sharing a decked balcony you can sit out on a summers evening with a glass of wine and think over all the amazing things you have done in the day.