Luxury self-catering home in the heart of Castle Combe. With a spacious sitting room complete with grand fireplace and dining room to seat 12 it's made for entertaining! Meanwhile spacious bedrooms (inc. superking four poster bed) all with sumptuous bed linen (all professionally laundered) guarantee relaxation. The Old Court House is set in the heart of Castle Combe and one of the most striking and unusual houses you could stay in. Built in the 15th Century, this property has been renovated beautifully and you will stay in the lap of luxury! With the very best mattresses and bed linen, you will be treated to a 5 star self-catering experience.
Beautiful self-catering home in the heart of Castle Combe, Cotswolds
- Calendar last updated:
- Feb 12, 2019
Why Kirstie Duke chose Castle Combe
Castle Combe is an exceptionally beautiful and untouched village in the Cotswolds. Within a 2 minute walk to the Manor House complete with Michelin star restaurant 'the Bybrook', golf course, Castle Combe Circuit racing and endless stunning walks along the river, this is a place you can do everything or nothing. Perfect to unwind in front of our wood burning stove set in a majestic fireplace. You will never want to leave!
What makes this House unique
Please note there are two low doorways in the house which you need to be aware of, as this is a 15th century house. It does keep tall men out of the kitchen which can be a good thing. We hold no responsibility for any accidental damage that you may incur within the house. Please pay attention on the stairs and through the doors! Most of the ceilings, however are extremely high, you are not checking into a Hobbit house!
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Beautiful house in a beautiful village. Stay in a little slice of history.
We loved our stay at the Old Court House and very much will look forward to a return visit to this stunning property. The house is comfortable and well equipped. The broadband was intermittent during our visit however I think we can pop that down to the weather. A lovely place for a winter break with a cosy log burner.
Castle Combe itself is a beautiful village with a couple of nice pubs for lunch and or dinner. There are a lot of other tourists visiting this iconic village however the best part of staying is seeing this place unspoilt in the morning before there are cameras everywhere.
The only pointers for this property would be to be cautious with the stairs. As with all old properties the stairs are an adventure in themselves and anyone less than sure footing may struggle. The fourth double bed is also up a little ladder for the more agile members of your party.
If you get an opportunity to stay in this beautiful property I'm sure you could not be disappointed.
Amazing, beautiful. 10/10
Stunning house in a beautiful village.
We had an amazing time staying in this area. Perfect place for base while always heading into bath and other surrounding areas. Brilliant walks around this picturesque village and everyone is very friendly. We are already thinking about when some of us will be coming back with our partners and will be staying here again. Kirstie is a lovely lady who is very easy to talk to and was exceptionally helpful when booking and planning this weekend. Would highly recommended to anyone.
As old as it gets!
Unique historical cottage in the center of a stunning village. Extremely comfortable beds and quality bed linens and towels. Well equipped kitchen with plenty nice mugs and glasses etc (no microwave unless we just didn’t find it)
Non existent parking so be prepared to leave car on the road leading into the village but this wasn’t a big deal for us. Loved having the wellies so kids could walk though the river.
All in all it was exactly what we wanted - quirky, old, historical and comfortable in a gorgeous setting.
This home is a sweet treat!
This sweet little home was a delight! Castle Combe itself is a treat to visit, but to be able to stay in a period home like this with all the modern conveniences made it even sweeter! The home is well appointed and clean. The bedding was soft & the beds were comfortable. We were so sad when we had to leave! We even loved the quirkiness of the tiny staircase & slanted floors! It's all part of the Cotswold experience. Having a delicious pub two doors down and another across the street was also so convenient. We made this our home base as we explored the Cotswolds for 4 days. Our daughters see this as the highlight of our 2 week holiday in England!
Idyllic location, beautiful cottage
The Old Court House is full of history and character, and is furnished with style and quality fittings and furniture. We really enjoyed the long weekend we spent there. However, the stairs are not for the feint-hearted! It is perfectly located right in the village next to two eating places, and we loved our special dinner for my husband's birthday at the Manor House.
We picked the best!
I was so happy when I found this rental and was just as pleased when I stepped inside. It was perfect. It was obviously an old building renovated so yes, the stairs are steep and slightly treacherous and my tall teenage boys bumped their heads more times than they liked but we all found that part of the charm (yes, even my three teenage boys fell in love with this place). The home was elegantly decorated and luxurious and had modern amenities. The owner made her guests feel welcome with flowers and flameless candles greeting us and on throughout our stay. The beds had perfect bedding on them and were comfortable. Bathrooms had a fun and quirky design to fit into the older space but both bathrooms were up to date, were clean, and easy to use. We had extra towels, ate off beautiful English china, and our family was able to spread out easily. The only two flaws we had was the bunk was very high and hot with no circulation and the fan just didn't reach so the teenager that was supposed to sleep there had to bunk with another because it was so uncomfortably hot. The second issue was parking was limited and a challenge every time we left. The town was charming and we ate at both pubs in town, enjoyed walking through St Andrew and its cemetery, and appreciated the boots provided to wade in the picturesque stream. I would eagerly recommend this home to anyone staying in the Cotswolds.