An idyllic Cotswold bolthole, Evenlode boasts a charming sunny courtyard.
Prepare your favourite recipe while your loved one relaxes in this sociable living space.
The bedroom offers both comfort and pretty views of the Cotswold rooftops.
Private parking in the tranquil courtyard garden.
What a pretty courtyard to share a glass of wine with your loved one!
Stretch out to enjoy a movie on the comfy sofa.
Afternoon tea...the snug is the perfect place to indulge!
The cosy snug is on the first floor and is the perfect place to unwind.
Lovely views from the kitchen.
Enjoy the brand newly fitted kitchen appliances.
You will be spoilt for choice with the delicious local produce.
A charming open plan kitchen and living space, where you will find everything you need for a self-catered stay.
Choose from a selection of books in the snug room.
Freshen up after a day sightseeing in this sparkling shower-room
Enjoy breakfast in bed, while catching up on the news with this impressive Smart TV.
Quirky finishings make Evenlode a cottage you will want to revisit time and time again.
Take care on the steep cottage stairs.
Time to treat are on holiday after all!
The courtyard garden and private parking are located behind the white gates.
Stow offers an array of eclectic mix of antique shops.
Don't forget to bring your best friend...dogs are very welcome.
One of the many quaint shop fronts Stow has to offer.
Local shopping.
The impressive Market Square has hosted regular markets since 1107 and has seen over 20,000 sheep changing hands there in its wool trade heyday.
Sweets and ice-cream...who can resist?
The organic shop is right on your doorstep, super convenient to stock up on local goodies.
The view from the entrance.
A must visit is St Edwards Church, dating back to the middle ages, it is rumoured that it inspired JRR Tolkien to create Doors of Durin in The Lord Of the Rings trilogy.
With the old Police Station located opposite, security is certainly not a problem.



Stow-on-the-Wold / Sleeps 2 + cot* (no children from 1 to 12)

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

Centrally located in Stow-on-the-Wold, This characterful pub offers a traditional menu created using the best of local produce. With comfy sofas and a real log fire in winter, you are assured of a warm welcome here.

Nearest beach

With extensive parklands, adventure activities and a sandy beach, this is a great place for a day out with all the family. Ticket entry includes parking, access to the beach, kids play area and the parkland. See their website for other activities and to book tickets.

Nearest walk

This pretty walk is brought to you courtesy of our friends at and starts from the free car park in town. Taking roughly an hour, this three and a half mile stroll takes in the pretty village and surrounding countryside. Take a look at their website for further details.

Nearest town

This pretty market town has a large market square surrounded by gorgeous Cotswold stone town houses, shops and galleries. With plenty of tea rooms, cafes, pubs and fine dining establishments, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out. Antique lovers will enjoy a good selection of shops here. Surrounded by pretty countryside, walkers will enjoy exploring plentiful footpaths and trails in the area.

Also nearby

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Situated in the heart of the town, Redesdale Arms is a traditional country pub with exposed beams, stone floors and an open fire. Food is traditional pub grub and there's outside seating for sunny days.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

July 2023

Evening meal

We had a fabulous dinner here. My husband had steak and I had chicken in a mushroom sauce. Both meals were really excellent.

Located in Stow-on-the-Wold for over 40 years, this renowned gallery features both important contemporary British art and from artists of international standing.

Centrally located on The Square in Stow, this welcoming pub has a dining room with log fire, bar area and a secluded walled garden for al fresco dining or simply a drink in the sunshine.

Treat yourself to breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea at this gorgeous grade ll listed tea house. Dine inside our outside in the charming courtyard. Cakes are homemade and freshly baked so you'll be spoilt for choice!

A traditional family run Mediterranean restaurant and bar, run by brother and sister team, Aris and Cleo. Food is locally sourced with a Greek/Cypriot theme and served in lovely contemporary surroundings.

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