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18th Century Stone Cottage in the Heart of the Cotswolds

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Rose Cottage, from our neighbour's rose garden

Rose Cottage, from our neighbour's rose garden The house faces south and overlooks the village Snow on the Wold Sun on the Wold Arriving from London, into Back Lane Arriving from London, our north-facing wall at sunset Come in! The living room, downstairs The 'blue' bedroom The 'purple' bedroom The bathroom The kitchen Our neighbours – Old Mill Farm Our neighbours – The Rosewalk The public footpath to Stow, starting straight from our entrance door The Horse and Groom – Our local, around the corner St Nicholas – Oddington's beautiful 11C church St Nicholas – Famous medieval Doomsday painting Stow on the Wold – The highest town in the Cotswolds Stow on the Wold – A town of many pleasures Stow's long history – Site of a decisive battle in the English Civil War Around Stow – Lords of the Manor, our favourite place for tea time Around Stow, cycling at sunset Around Stow, cycling at sunset – Stow's church is visible from miles away

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  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Oddington cottage description

In the heart of one of the Cotswolds' premier conservation areas, Rose Cottage is a charming 18th-century cottage built with local honey-coloured limestone. It is filled with period features such as exposed beams on both floors and a traditional wood-burning fireplace in the living room. The cottage faces south, so you can enjoy the sun inside or out, in the intimacy of a pleasant garden.

The house is comprehensively equipped to a high standard throughout, with many personal touches that give it a cosy feel. Curl up in front of the television with video and DVD player, settle down with a good book from the bookshelves, rummage through the chest of games or listen to music on the CD player/radio. Hand-made quilts and blankets will keep you snug, and there is plenty of wood available for the fireplace, to make it even cosier. In the kitchen, you will find everything you need for your stay, from the basics to small luxuries.

One floor up, you have two bedrooms (one king, one double) with very comfortable mattresses, thick duvets and postcard vistas of the village. You also have a modern bathroom with power shower and tub (note, all linen for bed and bathroom provided). The well-maintained garden offers a table and chairs for outdoor dining. If you want, a telephone and wireless broadband will help you stay in touch with the outside world.

You can get a good impression of what a stay at Rose Cottage feels like from our guests' descriptions of their own experience, in the Comments section below.

The cottage is nestled alongside a calm, narrow lane, surrounded by fine Cotswold cottages and gardens, a 2-minute stroll from the Horse and Groom. The pub serves delicious meals in a very nice decor, and has a large garden terrace for sunny weather. Publicans Simon and Sally will offer you a warm welcome.

Continue your walk through Upper Oddington, a 16th-century settlement tucked away from traffic and well preserved by the extensive conservation area that protects its many listed buildings and overall historical character. Strolling through the conservation area to Lower Oddington, you will find the Fox Inn, another highly-rated pub. Both the Fox and Horse and Groom benefit from an excellent reputation across the region and are recommended by the Good Pub Guide.

At the very end of Lower Oddington, you will discover St. Nicholas Church, an early Norman gem, well known for its large-scale medieval doom fresco. Another 20 minutes across the fields, or 5 minutes by car, will bring you to the award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop and Cafe.

For more general shopping, Stow-on-the-Wold is just 5 minutes away by car. The highest and one of the most attractive market towns in the Cotswolds, Stow offers a wide variety of specialist shops and plenty of restaurants where you can relax over a drink or meal. You will also find a large grocery store for all your holiday provisions.

Bourton-on-the-Water, known as the Venice of the Cotswolds, and Moreton-in-Marsh are both 10 minutes away, the popular towns of Burford and Broadway are less than 20 minutes away, and it takes around 30 minutes to reach Blenheim Palace or the elegant horse racing centre of Cheltenham. Historic Oxford is an easy 45-minute drive away.

Rose Cottage is located towards the centre of the Cotswolds, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the largest in Britain, and as such makes a great base camp for walkers and cyclists alike, with plenty of maps and guides provided. You can follow footpaths starting right out of the front door, or short drives give easy access to the many other walks in the Area.

Welcome to Rose Cottage. During your stay, we trust that you will enjoy a peaceful retreat and a quintessential Cotswold experience.


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Property Type

      • Cottage

      Accommodation Type

          • Vacation Rental

          Suitability

          • Pets Considered:

            Cat or small dog welcome, at £15 per stay for extra cleaning. Pets must be kept to the ground floor and garden. The garden is securely enclosed....moreless

          • Non Smoking Only

          Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8, Beds for 4-8

          • Bedroom 1

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          • Bedroom 2

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          • Convertible bed(s)

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          • Queen size Beds (1) Very high quality mattress, Double Beds (1) Very high quality mattress, Baby Cribs (1) Folding crib provided, with linen., Sleep Sofa or Futons (2) Double sofabed in the living room. Very comfortable, with wooden slats and a top-quality mattress.
 We also have 2 inflatable mattresses – comfortable and easy to inflate, deflate and store away in the day time. ...moreless

          Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom

          Kitchen & Dining

          • Refrigerator:

            Good size, with a separate freezer....moreless

          • Dishwasher
          • Cooking Utensils
          • Kitchen
          • Microwave

          Amenities

          • Wood Stove:

            Plenty of wood provided, under an outside canopy. A great Scandinavian stove with big windows that can be open for a natural fire experience....moreless

          • Parking Off Street:

            Space for one car on the property. Extra spaces available on the car park of our local pub, literally around the corner....moreless

          • Washing Machine
          • Linens Provided
          • Babysitter
          • Clothes Dryer

          Entertainment

          • Television:

            Flat screen LED, linked to the hifi....moreless

          • CD Player
          • Music Library
          • DVD Player
          • VCR
          • Stereo
          • Video Library

          Communications

          • Computer Available:

            There isn't a computer but there is an all-in-one printer / copier / scanner / fax machine....moreless

          • Wireless Internet:

            Good wifi across the house. Ethernet cable also provided for wired connection....moreless

          • Broadband Access:

            Good connection, professional quality. Unlimited usage free of charge....moreless

          • Telephone:

            Free full UK calling available. International upon request....moreless

          • Free Long Distance

          Outdoor Features

              • Deck / Patio:

                Small garden at the back of the cottage. Raised pond in one corner. Hardwood table and chairs provided for outside dining....moreless

              Location & View

              • Village:

                The cottage is in Oddington, one of the most charming villages in the Cotswolds, in the historic conservation area at the heart of the village....moreless

              • Monument View:

                From the first floor there is a nice view over the old stone houses of Upper Oddington. ...moreless

              Car

                  • Not Necessary

                  Activities

                  • Medical Services
                  • Laundromat
                  • Cycling
                  • Hunting
                  • Hospital
                  • Antiquing
                  • Sight Seeing
                  • Groceries
                  • ATM/Bank
                  • Golf Privileges Optional
                  • Freshwater Fishing
                  • Tennis
                  • Hunting Small Game
                  • Equestrian Events
                  • Golf
                  • Hot Air Ballooning
                  • Fishing
                  • Hiking
                  • Horseback Riding
                  • Botanical Garden
                  • Arboretum
                  • Library
                  • Churches
                  • Health/Beauty Spa
                  • Zoo
                  • Museums
                  • Restaurants
                  • Live Theater
                  • Walking
                  • Scenic Drives
                  • Shopping
                  • Wildlife Viewing
                  • Eco Tourism
                  • Ruins
                  • Playground
                  • Bird Watching
                  • Water Parks
                   

                  Reviews

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                  • Satisfied customers

                    Satisfied customers

                    • Guest Happy holidaymaker (West Yorkshire)
                    • Date of stay 09/21/13
                    • Review Submitted 10/07/13
                    My mother and I were looking for an autumn holiday at short notice and we wanted somewhere warm with comfortable chairs and good reading lights in case the weather wasn't good. Rose Cottage was highly recommended in internet reviews on these counts and lived up to the expectations these reviews had raised. It was clean, comfortable and well-equipped, Wallace and Betty were as friendly, helpful and welcoming as other guests had said, and the owner was helpful and prompt in replying to queries. We found the instructions for the equipment comprehensive and the guides to the Cotswolds very useful. Our only disappointment was that the weather was unseasonably mild and so we didn't need to use the woodburning stove! One thing that should be highlighted before people book, though, is that the staircase is steep and narrow - there's a rope 'hand-rail' and using that my mother (a spry 85-year-old) had no problems with the stairs, but very young children or people with mobility problems might. We can't comment on local pubs and restaurants, but we enjoyed Jiri's tearooms in Winchcombe and the cafe at the gallery in Chipping Campden and at local National Trust properties. Also, the cottage's contents introduced us to the work of a local artist who produces the Yellow Hat Tribe pictures and our visit to her studio (just off the Stow to Burford road) was a real highlight.

                    Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway.

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                  • Charming, well equipped Cotswold cottage

                    Charming, well equipped Cotswold cottage

                    • Guest Cosy teapot (East Devon)
                    • Date of stay 06/30/13
                    • Review Submitted 07/07/13
                    Lovely stay in this typical Cotswold cottage where every detail has been thoughtfully thought of by the owners and Wallace and Coral. Great wood burner and pet friendly. Will be returning

                    Recommended for: Adventure seekers, sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, pet owners, tourists without a car.

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                  • Rose Cottage is a dream

                    Rose Cottage is a dream

                    • Guest CPW (Nashville TN)
                    • Date of stay 05/24/13
                    • Review Submitted 06/21/13
                    This is my second stay at Rose Cottage, and I hope to continue to stay there in the years to come. It is so charming—18th century, beams, wood stove in the original stone fireplace, decorated most tastefully in furniture and art—exactly what I want in a country cottage. The location could not be better; there is so much beautiful countryside around and attractions to see. It is set in a tiny village with basically no traffic except for the people who live there, so it is QUIET. All you hear is birdsong. Sometimes mooing. The owners have successfully tried to think of everything the renter might need. I never needed something, that I didn't open a drawer and find just the thing. Cold? They have extra heaters. Hot? They have a fan. Lots of extra blankets and duvets on very comfortable beds and pillows. (I do miss that pillow......) With the cool air, the quiet, and the pillows and bed, I slept like I haven't slept in months. There are two bedrooms WITH GOOD READING LIGHTS. So rare! One European king (U.S. queen) bed, and the other has a double. There is a lovely garden with a table and chairs (sun umbrella if you need it) The garden has birds and lovely flowering plants. In other words, I'm in love with the place. Claudia Williams

                    Recommended for: Adventure seekers, families with teenagers, sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, pet owners, families with young children, girls getaway.

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                  • Absolutely lovely cottage, perfect Cotswold retreat.

                    Absolutely lovely cottage, perfect Cotswold retreat.

                    • Guest Frances (Hampshire)
                    • Date of stay 05/09/13
                    • Review Submitted 05/27/13
                    We stayed here for a week in a May. It was a last minute decision and we only booked a few days before. Emmanuel was very helpful and the price was very reasonable given what a lovely cottage Rose is. I would recommend Rose cottage to everyone. It's beautiful looking cottage in an absolutely lovely location. We did have trouble gaining access to the key box but Wallace and Betty were very helpful and this was the only little problem we encountered during our stay. Rose cottage is very well equipped, it has everything you could possibly need. We found the fast wi-fi particularly useful. The beds are very comfortable as are the furnishings downstairs. The decor throughout the cottage is charming and it looks much much better in person than in the pictures we saw. The village of upper oddington is very sweet with lots of lovely cotswoldy houses. There are lots of good pubs in the area, we particularly liked the Plough at Kingham. There are also lots of good walks nearby including a footpath directly opposite the house that our Labrador enjoyed. It's a great place to explore the Cotswold's from or you can stay in and enjoy a cosy evening in front of the very beautiful fire. We had a really lovely time at Rose cottage and would thoroughly recommend it to all.

                    Recommended for: Adventure seekers, families with teenagers, sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, pet owners, families with young children, girls getaway.

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                  • Wonderful retreat came together on a moment's notice

                    Wonderful retreat came together on a moment's notice

                    • Guest ET (London, England)
                    • Date of stay 04/26/13
                    • Review Submitted 05/02/13
                    The Rose Cottage in Upper Oddington is a wonderful retreat for those seeking an authentic, peaceful setting for their holiday. My husband and I travelled via train with our 18 month old son. We were very fortunate that a long weekend booking was available as we inquired only one day in advance. Rather than emailing and potentially holding things up, the owner called us right away to provide details, confirm costs, and secure the booking. This was so helpful and we appreciated his forward thinking. The process was so smooth and easy that you would have thought we planned months in advance. The owner provided us with tremendously helpful advice on bicycle hire, grocery delivery to the cottage, taxi hire, and the baby kit available, which included a travel cot, small stool, and a few cute books (there are also board games for older children and adults). We did not take a car to the Cotswolds, instead we hired bicycles equipped with a child seat. The bicycles were delivered to the cottage within 30 minutes of our arrival, as were our groceries (note the town is so beautifully small, that there isn't a shop - only a gorgeous country pub with amazing food and equally good service). The cottage is located on a quiet turning within minutes of the Horse and Groom Pub. The cottage has a lovely location, and is very well looked after inside and out. The kind cleaner left us with a welcome pack of bread, butter and eggs freshly laid from her hens along with a welcome note. The fireplace had been freshly cleaned and was ready for use with cut logs and gorgeous smelling kindling. There were many kinds of tea (it's the little things)! Quilts for coziness, amenities for comfort, books for pleasure and for planning (miles of guidebooks for every taste), both an indoor and outdoor dining table to share meals by the fire or in the garden. Everything was so clean and comfortable, we felt at home immediately. All I could think of was "when are we coming back here?" We loved the country walks - the fresh air, the kind villagers, the delightful animals. We loved cycling (stretch after taking on the hills!). You can certainly drive and see more of the Cotswolds, but we loved living the slow life and delighted in our immediate surroundings. a refreshing mini break that we will certainly come back to again.

                    Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with young children, tourists without a car.

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                  • The Creme de la Creme!

                    The Creme de la Creme!

                    • Guest Bayshore Travelers (Elk Rapids, Michigan)
                    • Date of stay 03/01/13
                    • Review Submitted 03/20/13
                    We had three marvelous weeks at Rose Cottage and would recommend it enthusiastically to anyone. Jenny and Emmanuel have furnished it for themselves, and it is wonderfully well equipped. This is particularly so of the kitchen, which we appreciated no end because we are serious about our food. We were made to feel right at home from the moment we arrived. Starter supplies of bread, eggs, milk and butter had been laid in by Coral, the housekeeper. Wallace Hedges, the jack-of-all-trades neighbor who looks after the property, had a rick of firewood and kindling on hand for us and a fire fully laid and ready to light on the hearth. They checked every few days to be sure all was well and made us feel wonderfully looked after. The cottage was amply stocked with all the housekeeping necessities -- detergents, cleansers, paper goods, linens, flatware, glassware, and dishes. The bath is compact but efficiently modern (and warm!). Emmanuel and Jenny have organized a fine library (fiction and non), and a very thorough collection of guides and maps. We also enjoyed all the amenities of the wired life: phone with voicemail; stereo with an eclectic array of CDs; HDTV; high-speed wifi and (rare in a rental) a USB printer-scanner-fax. The Peccouds are fine landlords to deal with and helpful in all respects. Emmanuel made the settling-in process quick and seamless with an amazingly thorough and thoughtful set of instructions, tips and explanations that amount to a complete “operator’s manual” for Rose Cottage’s systems and utilities. It covers everything from how to squeeze out extra hot water for the shower to the time and manner of rubbish collection. It mattered not that England was plagued during our stay by unseasonable cold, rain and snow. Oddington is so nicely located in the Cotswolds that we could get out for adventure whenever a dry or sunny interval presented itself, yet didn't mind being tucked in by the fire in between. We managed to walk almost 100 miles of footpaths, byways and lanes and visit a few of the Cotswolds' outstanding pubs and cafes. We also spent two cold days browsing museums, sights and shops in Oxford, only 30 minutes away thanks to frequent rail service from Kingham Station, 3 miles from the cottage. As a grace note: The best pub we found is the Horse and Groom, right around the corner. Such were the proprietors' food and hospitality that we never needed to travel farther afield.

                    Recommended for: Adventure seekers, sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with young children, girls getaway.

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                  • New Years Stay

                    New Years Stay

                    • Guest Mark Davies (Emsworth)
                    • Date of stay 12/28/12
                    • Review Submitted 01/07/13
                    The four of us decided to have the New Year away for a change and very fortunately found Rose Cottage. The cottage was immaculate throughout, bedrooms are of a good size and the beds extremely comfortable. With two couples and two cars there is only one small parking area but this was easily overcome by contacting the local Horse and Groom Pub who let us park there for free during our stay. Lots of lovely walks are nearby including a trip to the XI century church and also the excellent DaylesBury Farm Shop where we bumped into Alfie Boe from Les Miserables. The cottage has everything you need for a stay, the locality is excellent and people around very friendly. Highly recommended for a short term break.

                    Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, families with young children.

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                  • Family xmas

                    Family xmas

                    • Guest EDINBURGER (EDINBURGH SCOTLAND)
                    • Date of stay 12/23/12
                    • Review Submitted 01/03/13
                    Spent Christmas 2012 at Rose Cottage. Delightful, clean and comfortable cottage with everything you need. Xmas lunch at the nearby Horse and Groom was excellent also.

                    Recommended for: Adventure seekers, sightseeing, romantic getaway.

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                  • Rose Cottage was all that we hoped it would be.

                    Rose Cottage was all that we hoped it would be.

                    • Guest Bunny (China Village, Maine USA)
                    • Date of stay 08/10/12
                    • Review Submitted 08/20/12
                    I have just returned from a wonderful visit to The Cotswolds in England. We stayed for a week at Rose Cottage, in Upper Oddington, that I discovered on VRBO. The cottage, an 18th century stone cottage, is located in the heart of the Cotswolds. The cottage is surrounded by gardens and winding footpaths. We enjoyed the many comforts of the cottage and were very happy to discover that all of the ammenities of home were available to us. On our arrival, we found fresh eggs, cream, and bread for our breakfast. We decided not to rent a car, but got to easily see the area with the help of Tony Knight, from Stow On The Wold Taxi . He provided us with service to and from the airport and a day's tour of the area. We loved the garden just outside our back door and had our breakfast and relaxing time surrounded by glorious flowers. Emmanuel and Jenny, the owners, are very helpful and informative about all aspects of the cottage and the area. Wallace and Coral provided friendship and expertise on the area while we were there. Wallace's garden is a "must" to see. Coral has a shop in town where we had a fabulous facial. I would highly recommend Rose Cottage to anyone who wanted to feel like they were "really" in England. Around the corner is the pub, The Horse and Groom. We ended up eating every evening meal there and a couple of lunches. The owners, Simon and Sally, were friendly and helpful, and food was outstanding. We will miss them very much. The trip was perfect in every way. Not having a car was not a problem. I returned from this vacation rested and contented that I had been in a safe and beautiful area of the world. We can't wait to return to this lovely stone cottage.

                    Recommended for: Sightseeing, age 55+, romantic getaway, girls getaway, tourists without a car.

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                  • Stunning!

                    Stunning!

                    • Guest Kate N.
                    • Date of stay 07/21/12
                    • Review Submitted 07/30/12
                    Honestly finding it very difficult to put into words just what a wonderful time we had in Rose Cottage! Beautifully maintained with everything you could possibly need. I holidayed with my 3 children, and found the village and neighbours extremely friendly and welcoming too. A perfect retreat for a peaceful break, but also a great location to explore the Cotswalds. Thank you it was the break I desperately needed, PERFECT.

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                  Nov-Apr 15 ........................ GBP 475 per week - Low Season
                  16 Apr-May, Oct, Holidays* ........ GBP 630 per week - Mid Season
                  June-Sept, Holidays**.............. GBP 770 per week - High Season
                  Christmas/New Year ................ GBP 825 per week - Premium
                  * Spring Half Term, Cheltenham Week, 2 weeks pre & post Easter,
                  Easter School Break ** Easter, 2 May Bank Hols, Summer & Fall Half Terms
                  SHORT/LONG STAYS AVAILABLE.  Rates for 2013 only (later years upon request)
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                  Location

                  • Nearest Train: Kingham Station at 4 Miles
                  • Nearest Restaurant: Horse & Groom at 100 Metres
                   

                  Owner info

                  Year Purchased: 2004

                  About the owner: Jenny grew up in San Francisco and Emmanuel in Grenoble, in the French Alps. We’re both 42 and we’ve lived in the UK for 15 years – and we like the country so much that we became British citizens a few years ago! Jenny is a management consultant and Emmanuel is a former corporate lawyer turned writer.

                  Why the Owner Chose Oddington:
                  The area is perfect for us. It's full of so many charms and yet really close to London, where we live. Our jobs are geographically flexible, which allows us to spend a month at the cottage 3 or 4 times a year.

                  The Unique Benefits at this Cottage:
                  We're big walkers and food lovers, and the Cotswolds have so much to offer...


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                  Photos

                  • Rose Cottage, from our neighbour's rose garden

                    Rose Cottage, from our neighbour's rose garden

                  • Snow on the Wold

                    Snow on the Wold

                  • Arriving from London, into Back Lane

                    Arriving from London, into Back Lane

                  • Come in!

                    Come in!

                  • The 'blue' bedroom

                    The 'blue' bedroom

                  • The bathroom

                    The bathroom

                  • Our neighbours – Old Mill Farm

                    Our neighbours – Old Mill Farm

                  • The public footpath to Stow, starting straight from our entrance door

                    The public footpath to Stow, starting straight from our entrance door

                  • St Nicholas – Oddington's beautiful 11C church

                    St Nicholas – Oddington's beautiful 11C church

                  • Stow on the Wold – The highest town in the Cotswolds

                    Stow on the Wold – The highest town in the Cotswolds

                  • Stow's long history – Site of a decisive battle in the English Civil War

                    Stow's long history – Site of a decisive battle in the English Civil War

                  • Around Stow, cycling at sunset

                    Around Stow, cycling at sunset

                  • The house faces south and overlooks the village

                    The house faces south and overlooks the village

                  • Sun on the Wold

                    Sun on the Wold

                  • Arriving from London, our north-facing wall at sunset

                    Arriving from London, our north-facing wall at sunset

                  • The living room, downstairs

                    The living room, downstairs

                  • The 'purple' bedroom

                    The 'purple' bedroom

                  • The kitchen

                    The kitchen

                  • Our neighbours – The Rosewalk

                    Our neighbours – The Rosewalk

                  • The Horse and Groom – Our local, around the corner

                    The Horse and Groom – Our local, around the corner

                  • St Nicholas – Famous medieval Doomsday painting

                    St Nicholas – Famous medieval Doomsday painting

                  • Stow on the Wold – A town of many pleasures

                    Stow on the Wold – A town of many pleasures

                  • Around Stow – Lords of the Manor, our favourite place for tea time

                    Around Stow – Lords of the Manor, our favourite place for tea time

                  • Around Stow, cycling at sunset – Stow's church is visible from miles away

                    Around Stow, cycling at sunset – Stow's church is visible from miles away

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