Sleeping six, Woodwells is a favourite with families and walkers (especially those with dogs). This fairy tale Cotswold stone farmhouse is approached up a long and sometimes bumpy private drive.
It leads behind the church and manor house into the heart of the beech woods. Surrounded by the steep hangers, off a drive, off a lane, off a minor road, buried in the bosom of the Cotswolds, here is a hideaway that must be about as remote as you can get from the fever of the twentieth century in southern England. Yet with all the comforts of Owlpen's ever-popular cottages. Not far from Peters Nest, which sleeps two, the houses are often bnooked together for larger parties.
The ground floor has a living room and dining room, with a separate farmhouse kitchen further down the corridor. There is a twin bedroom, suitable for people with mobility issues, at the back of the house with a bathroom (with shower) beyond. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside is a garden with a large lawn overlooking the fields, a terrace with a table, chairs and barbecue, and parking for two cars.