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Welcome to Weaver's Cottage in the Heart of Kingham
“The Darling of The Cotswolds”

5-Star Weaver's Cottage is sat in the heart of iconic Kingham Village, surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the Cotswolds countryside. This luxury designer cottage is a genuine treat, well loved by guests who return time and again to enjoy the Weaver’s experience.

Interior designer Imraan Ismail has created a striking home, as featured in ‘The English Home’ magazine for its unique design and impeccable style with light, rich colour and real comfort as themes throughout. The lounge is a stylish, peaceful oasis with luxurious designer furniture and a large television screen built into the ornate mirror above the fireplace that only appears when turned on. The lovely writing desk by the window comes with a laptop that guests are welcome to use during their stay.

Every corner and niche in Weaver's Cottage has been thoughtfully designed and cleverly put to use for the most enjoyment. The adjoined eating area, full of light and quirky, stylish features makes it a joy to share a meal together whether a happy breakfast, lazy lunch, romantic dinner or in the pleasant company of friends. All of which is prepared in the beautiful, immaculately equipped kitchen that’s a delight for chefs and novices alike.

Guests tell us they always sleep so peacefully at Weaver's. There are three sumptuous double bedrooms with the most comfortable mattresses and soft, luxurious linen. Beds are renowned Savoir and Vispring makes as used in the Dorchester and Beverley Hills Hotel. Two double bedrooms are in the cottage with a stunning designer bathroom and one is in the ‘Garden Room’ a gorgeous ensuite annex. Both luxury bathrooms have shower-baths with fixed glass screens, large shower roses and great water pressure. 

The pretty courtyard garden between the cottage and the garden room is perfect for eating or relaxing outside on lovely seating with lots of gorgeous cushions. There is a BBQ for cooking up feasts in the warm weather and a log-shed for the cozy fireplace in the lounge during the cold weather. You can stroll into Kingham from the cottage and sit outside one of its famous gastropubs plus the walking trails all around are gorgeous. For a private, at-home hangout though, the courtyard garden is just perfect.

You will discover so many extra touches when you stay at Weaver's Cottage from the selection of quality wellingtons in all sizes for you to use, to the wonderful products in the bathrooms, the inlaid TV, special kitchen and coffee equipment, to the welcome hamper sourced by the local, famous Daylesford Organic Farm. The cottage is pet friendly (with permission beforehand) and a special touch just for them is a warm water tap outside for washing paws after happy walks.

Kingham, “the darling of the Cotswolds” is a very special village, voted ‘England’s favourite village’ by County Life Magazine and coming top in The Telegraph survey of the most popular villages that balance beauty with accessibility and landscape with community.

It is a rare thing, an unspoiled village. The water still flows along the Evenlode Valley, stone and thatched cottages still trim the village green. The Village Store caters for every need and the St Andrew’s church spire looks out over fields necklaced with dry stone walls in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

With its renowned Gastropubs like ‘The Wild Rabbit’, The Plough Inn and the Fox in Oddngton plus the famous Daylesford Organic Farm Shop and Restaurants, people come from all over the world to enjoy Kingham but it is not a tourist destination, retaining its charm and individuality as a community village surrounded by scenic beauty and charming little market towns.

For a bigger shopping centre, Chipping Norton is just four miles away with its lively atmosphere and genuine Cotswold charm. It boasts real shops, antique stores, and a variety of dining options, along with a theater and a museum.

Stowe-on-the-Wold, just 5.6 miles away, is a picturesque market town with a vast square featuring an ancient cross and town stocks. Renowned for its shopping, it's a hub for antiques, art, gifts, crafts, and serves as a center for exploring the Cotswolds countryside.

No motorways or flight paths nearby but Kingham is easy to reach and has its own picturesque train station, with a journey time of just under 90 minutes from London Paddington. If coming by train, you must book a taxi as the train station is not in the village and is a 20-minute walk from the cottage and there is not much of a sidewalk.

For more attractions and places to visit, view the ‘things to see and do’ page on the menu above.


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