A delightful three bedroom holiday cottage, formerly the village bakery, available to rent in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds village of Upper Slaughter. This 'chocolate box' cottage is full of charm and original features. It can sleep up to 6 people in 3 double ro …see more
Buckle Barn is a beautiful, listed Cotswold-stone holiday cottage offering luxury accommodation for two in the quintessential village of Upper Slaughter. Blending style and practicality this unique holiday let is perfect for couples seeking a romantic country retreat. …see more
No.1 The Square is a deceptively spacious, three bedroomed, Grade II listed, Cotswolds holiday cottage, just three miles from the beautiful market town of Stow on the Wold, in the peaceful village of Upper Slaughter. The cottage provides self catering holiday accommodat …see more
Yew Tree Barn is a Grade II listed luxury holiday cottage for two in the beautiful Cotswold village of Upper Slaughter. Situated in the heart of the village and hidden behind the walls of a former dairy farm this romantic hideaway offers peace and quiet when you can en …see more
“Beautiful cottage, finished to very standard in a wonderful location”
Reviewed 3 Oct 2013
We had a very comfortable stay at this beautiful cottage, set in a very pretty location. The cottage is finished to a very standard with everything you could need for great time. Sarah was great to … More
“First class - a beautiful cottage finished to a very high standard. Excellent.”
Reviewed 30 Sep 2013
A fantastic cottage, high quality furnishings, and great communication from Sarah. Highly recommended property and surrounding area.… More
“Stunning, immaculate cottage”
Reviewed 6 Sep 2013
We absolutely loved our stay at Yew Tree Barn. I had been looking for a cottage in the Cotswolds and was so pleased to find Yew Tree Barn. The pictures do not do it justice. The cottage is absolutely … More
Detached Grade II listed period house located in an idyllic and sought after village of UPPER Slaughter.
The OLD SCHOOL HOUSE is located in a prominent position overlooking the picturesque River Eye, ford and St Peter's Church.
Built in 1846 as the village school it …see more