the kitchen garden cottage

The Cotswolds
Sleeps 4 From £435 per night

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A cabin-style cottage cocooned with budding gardens and crab apple trees, pretty enough to have been plucked straight out of a fairy tale. Perfect for couples or families of four, there’s an impressive master suite and a second kids ‘treetop’ bunk room. The cottage sits within the grounds of a historic family house, overlooking the kitchen garden with a private entrance and pathway. 

Nestled in the quaint Cotswolds village of Little Tew surrounded by lush, leafy countryside, you are only a stones throw from the members-only Soho Farmhouse (just a five minute drive) and many other Cotswolds hotspots, pubs and restaurants. 


Follow the Hansel-and-Gretel-like pathway to your Cotswolds hideaway, where you’ll be enticed in by bold striped floors and wooden panelled walls (sadly not made of gingerbread) that extend up into the impressive vaulted ceiling. The space has been expertly designed with industrial style windows, raw materials and earthy textures, all whipped together with an elegant palette of coffee and creams together with deep forest greens.

The stylish living space centres around a log burner, surrounded by a selection of sumptuous furnishings for you to sink yourself into. There’s a round dining table and a wooden-topped work space overlooking the gardens, along with a chic chalet-style kitchen where fresh apple juice will be waiting for you (made by the owners themselves with apples plucked straight from the garden).

The Cotswolds cosiness continues in the master suite, separated from the spacious living space by a handy sliding door. Here you’ll find a luxurious emperor-size bed dressed in fresh The White Company linens. And if you’re travelling with kids in tow, there’s a snug connecting bunk bed room. The stylish family bathroom is a real treat, with more bold stripes, a roomy rainfall shower and a giant freestanding tub for soaking. 


The whimsical gardens are brimming with apple trees, wildlife and lovingly nurtured blooms. Enjoy them from the idyllic outdoor dining set up, where if you’re lucky you might spy the resident rabbits. You’ll also find a BBQ for those long summer days or clear starry nights.


Please note that this property does not allow dogs.


Little ones and children of all ages are welcome at The Kitchen Garden Cottage, with a specially designed bunk bed room just for kids. Depending on their ages, a third child may be able to be accommodated but this is on request only and should be enquired about with a member of team in advance.


A pretty pastoral village on the edge of the Cotswolds, Little Tew sits in between Chipping Norton and Banbury, surrounded by unspoilt Oxfordshire hills smattered with pockets of honey-hued hamlets. 

The location is perfect for those seeking a countryside retreat but who still want access to bustling pubs, shops and restaurants. There’s a popular local pub within walking distance in the neighbouring big sister village, Great Tew, and many Cotswolds hotspots at your fingertips; Soho Farmhouse, Diddly Squat Farmshop and Daylesford Organic to name a few. 


Only an hour and a half by car or an hour by direct train from London, this is a popular destination for those seeking an escape from the city. The nearest train station is Charlbury, just a short 10 minute drive away. 

We recommend a car for your trip so you can make the most of exploring the cottage’s bucolic setting – unless you’re happy hunkering down in your hideaway (we’re not here to judge). It’s worth noting that taxis are few and far between and should be booked in advance. 


There’s a private parking space for you outside the front of the main house, just a short stroll from the cottage.


Check-in is from 4pm and check-out is by 10am.


– Stroll to the local cafe and deli, Quince and Clover, for your morning pastry and coffee in Great Tew – also home to the popular local pub, The Falkland Arms.
– If you’re after something a little different check out Nicholsons Nursery where you can dine inside a yurt.
– Head to the honey-hued village of Kingham where you’ll find two popular gastropubs, The Plough and Wild Rabbit.
Killingworth Castle is a firm favourite for Sunday lunches and menus devised from locally sourced organic produce.
– The much-loved Lamb Inn is a charming local pub in the pretty village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood and well worth the visit. 


– Visit the grand country house and birthplace of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, where they hold seasonal exhibitions.
– Go shopping or treat yourself to a spa treatment at Sand & Stone favourite, Daylesford Organic.
– Pick up some local goodies from another Sand & Stone favourite, Diddly Squat Farm Shop, to take home and rustle up at your new Cotswolds hideaway.
– Discover The Cotswolds Farm Park, where little ones can interact with lots of rare-breed British farm animals.
– Venture into the historic city of Oxford and explore the cobbled streets lined with independent shops, pubs and restaurants.


  • - Kitchen
  • - Open Plan Living & Dining Room
  • - Emperor-Size Bedroom
  • - Bunk Bed Room (Children Only)
  • - Family Bathroom
  • - Private Garden


  • Locally Sourced Welcome Hamper
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bathtub
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Travel Cot & High Chair (Available On Request)
  • Washing Machine
  • Hair Dryer
  • 2 Nights Stays Available On Request Only
  • Ila Spa Bathroom Products
  • Country Walks From Your Doorstep
  • Log Burner
  • Coffee Machine

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