The original red brick side of The Summer House was built in 1720 as a banqueting house at the head of the carp ponds.
Enjoy a game of backgammon in front of a roaring open fire.
The lawns in front of the pond are reminiscent of the set of a period drama.
The pretty kitchen has all you would need to cook up a feast.
Treat yourself to the finer things in life with this fabulous canopied bed.
Welcome to enchanting The Summer House.
Spectacular views of the Cotswold countryside.
Step inside for the start of a rather grand stay.
Art lovers will enjoy the quirky pictures adorning the dining-room walls.
The dining-room's open plan design creates the perfect place for entertaining.
The traditional tall sash windows offer picturesque views whilst you dine.
Share a glass of wine in the kitchen as you prepare your evening meal.
Modern design combines with traditional features.
The kitchen opens out to the beautiful front lawn.
The pretty Cotswold wing with climbing wisteria is picture perfect.
Steps lead from the entrance hall to the sitting-room.
The delightfully cosy sitting-room is the perfect place to snuggle up with your family after a day exploring the Cotswold countryside.
The elegant sitting-room with wood panelling and exposed beams is the perfect place to unwind.
Country cottage styling at its best.
During warmer months the panelled door opens out to gardens in front of the carp pond.
Effortless charm with traditional features throughout.
Fancy a tipple? Compliments of Lord and Lady Fortescue.
A bright and comfortable bedroom to enjoy breakfast in bed and catch up on some news.
You can even enjoy the fabulous views from bed.
The classic charm of bedroom two!
Freshen up in one of two bathrooms.
Enjoy local produce and take in the fresh country air.
The serene carp pond is pure tranquility.
Plenty of room for your kids to burn off some energy.
What a grand approach!
Additional outdoor seating at the front of The Summer House, ideal for al fresco dining.
Unwind, you are on holiday after all...
Gorgeous countryside as far as the eye can see.
The pear and apple orchards produce abundant fruit.
Fruit trees alongside the pond, lead to the original red brick wing.
The stunning lavender fields of Snowshill.
The popular cafe at Blockley serves delicious meals.
A must visit is St Edwards Church, dating back to the Middle Ages, it is rumoured that it inspired JRR Tolkien to create The Doors of Durin in The Lord Of The Rings trilogy.
Beautiful Stow-on-the-Wold offers an array of antiques shops.
Broadway Tower is nearby and well worth a visit.
Explore the array of shops and restaurants at Chipping Campden.

The Summer House


1.8 miles E of Chipping Campden / Sleeps 6 + cot

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7 Nights from £1335

The Summer House is new to our collection, we are currently waiting for the first review.