Welcome to the Cotswolds, which boasts more than its fair share of charming stone cottages.
Today I’m daydreaming about taking a Cameron Diaz-style holiday in a small, 400-year-old house known as Honey Pot Cottage.
Take a look!
The Honey Pot Cottage in the Cotswolds
It’s a holiday rental, and the listing describes it as “Not too big, not too small, The Honey Pot is a fairytale cottage that lives by every rule of the Goldilocks principle – simply perfect in every way.”
“Bring your walking boots and a camera!”
The Living Room with Wood-Burning Stove:
The listing says, “The cottage interiors are a calming and quiet space comprised of beautifully wonky walls and quirky corners juxtaposed with luxury modern touches to create the perfect home-from-home.”
The Cozy Kitchen with Flagstone Floors and Beamed Ceilings:
“Let the hypnotic babbling of the stream lull you to dreamland until morning when the dawn chorus will enliven the senses and soothe the soul.”
The Courtyard Garden:
“During summer months the fragrant honeysuckle and delicate roses frame the front door before rising to greet the bedroom window, whilst a deep red grapevine provides a dramatic backdrop for al fresco dining in the sweet courtyard garden in the Autumn.”
“The house sits in the village on the fringe of Burford in Oxfordshire.”
“Enjoy a day perusing Burford with its higgledy-piggledy stone cottages and olde-worlde charm; this iconic Cotswolds town is teeming with quaint tearooms, boutiques and antique shops.”
Have you been to the Cotswolds? I’ve never made it to this part of England, but I’d love to see it someday. For rental information, visit Unique Home Stays (2019 update: sorry, but the listing has been removed).