We have recently been away for a week to visit and stay in a cottage in the beautiful Cotswolds. It’s only an hour or so now from our new Worcestershire home and nearby to some of Hubby’s family.
It is such a stunning part of the UK (one of my favourite places) with all the honey-coloured stone buildings and cottages. Breathtaking homes and gardens, and some amazing architecture. It all feels really friendly and there is plenty to see and do.
The four of us stayed in a lovely converted cottage, which had 3 bedrooms, a large log burner in the living room and a country-style kitchen. It was attached to the owners home (who made us a wonderful victoria sponge on arrival!).
And as a self-confessed interiors addict I loved being somewhere that was packed full of interest, character and charm. I couldn’t resist snapping a few pics!
I particularly liked the main feature fireplace, as well as the smaller fireplaces in the bedrooms. I also loved the wooden barn-style doors and the honey coloured stone floor.
This pretty cottage has been restored beautifully and tastefully. Simple, but full of country charm and chic.
The accommodation here was so different from where we live now – our home is very modern, minimal and spacious – and so it was nice to stay somewhere in such contrast. Here, we really felt like kicking off our boots after a long day out, lighting the fire and snuggling up under the cosy blankets with warm drinks. Bliss.
If you fancy staying in the Cotswolds then I recommend viewing the website Live Love Cotswolds where you’ll find some equally lovely and pretty properties.
Fore more on our stay in the Cotswolds and what we go up to, please do check out my post here.
Love, Jess x