This was our first visit to the Cotswolds and Winchcombe. No 61 had everything we needed for our week's stay. It was comfortable and very clean and Alexandra was very welcoming on the day of our arrival. We very much enjoyed sitting out in the lovely garden which was very private. You are only 5 minutes walk away from the shops and you really can just park your car at the back of No 61 as we did and enjoy the many walks from Winchcombe. We would be very happy to stay here again.
We stay at 61 Gretton road in Winchcombe in a beautiful tastefully styled cottage.Alexandra the owner gave us a very warm welcome and great hospitality. The cottage was cosy,conveniently situated for walking into Winchcombe and visiting the rest of the cotswolds. Highly recommended.
Enjoyed a wonderful weekend break at this fabulous cottage, just a few minutes walk from the centre of Winchcombe. This cottage contains loads of wonderful little touches to make sure of a incredibly relaxing stay, such as the log fire, amazing ground coffee machine and the amazingly comfy beds! The cottage is located in a great location, just a few minutes walk from Winchcombe and the various superb restaurants, as well as the numerous wonderful short or long walks into the countryside and around gems such as Suedley Castle.
A brilliant choice if you crave a luxurious, relaxing weekend in the Cotswolds!'
My Wife and I stayed at No61 with our 6 year old for 2 nights. From the moment we arrived we felt at home in this cottage sanctuary. Alexandra is a fabulous host, she met us on arrival and with excitement and energy gave us a tour. The guest pack had tea and coffee and homemade biscuits which were stunning! The interior design is beautiful, a fabulous living room with log burner, a hi spec kitchen and bathroom. Upstairs the 2 bedrooms are country chic and wonderfully cosy. The garden is private and gives you access to the parking space.
We dined in the Lion Inn and had Wild mushroom risotto with truffle and Parmesan, whole plaice with Samphire and roast potatoes, belly pork with honey roasted vegetables. Followed by peanut brittle and a cheese board. We dined like royalty in this quaint cosy local pub in the village.
We walked from the house to Belas Knap (a circular walk of 5.5 miles) through stunning Cotswold landscape. Views for miles and miles around. Once back we lit a log fire and battened down the hatches for a snug family evening of home cooked food and wine.
This place is a must visit to escape the hustle and bustle. Its beautifully cosy and homely. The host is awesome. The village is quaint and welcoming.
Book now for a Cotswold escape you won't forget.