todthatch

Sleeps 6 From £250 per night

Overview

A three bedroom labour of love Cotswolds cottage with buckets of style and character. Think original beams, open brick walls and interiors that make design lovers’ hearts skip a beat. Dotted with antique findings and decorated in elegant earthy hues with pops of patterned wallpaper, this cool country gem is the full Sand & Stone package.

Kitchen, Dining and Living Areas

The farmhouse-style kitchen is set underneath the high beamed eaves and contains everything you could possibly need for rustling up feasts with local Cotswolds farm shop fare. Decked out with illustrated Petra Palumba tiles, a glossy black aga and flagstone floors – this is country luxe at its finest.

There are two separate living and sitting areas, depending on the occasion, that almost makes one pine for rainy days. With plush velvet furnishings, an open fire and deliciously dinky rattan wall lights, you can certainly unwind in style at Todthatch. We love the owner’s carefully curated art collection and unique trinkets, including a large clam shell, that are playfully peppered throughout the property.

The Bedrooms

There are three beautiful bedrooms, each with their own unique personalities. Downstairs, you’ll find the master bedroom with a super-king size bed, and upstairs there’s another double and a twin room. The bathrooms are kitted out with Cowshed products and fitted with chic brass fittings, terracotta tiles and wooden panelled walls; one is next door to the master and the other is upstairs with a freestanding roll-top tub.

The Garden

Outside, you’ll find a glorious garden with a lawn, patio and outdoor dining set up, so you can enjoy lazy days soaking up Todthatch’s rural surroundings.

Children

Todthatch welcomes children aged seven and over, or babes in arms under six months old. Sadly the property is not suitable for children aged between six months and seven years. Please enquire with us directly for those with babes in arms.

Dogs

Todthatch allows one well behaved dog for an additional £40 fee.

Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • A Bottle Of Bubbles
  • Cowshed Bathroom Products
  • Nespresso Machine
  • Log Burner
  • 3 Night Minimum Stay
  • Washing Machine & Dryer
  • Hair Dryer
  • Smart TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private Garden
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Roll Top Bathtub
  • Private Parking
  • Dog-Friendly (1 Dog, £40)
About Todenham, The Cotswolds

The peaceful Gloucestershire village of Todenham has everything you need for a quintessential Cotswolds escape: rural walks from your doorstep, a fantastic farm shop within walking distance, and a short drive from plenty of classic country pubs serving only the very best Cotswolds fare.

How to get there

The Cotswolds is best explored by car but you can find the nearest train station in Moreton-in-Marsh (only a 6 minute drive), with regular trains from London.

Parking

There is private parking on property.

Check-in & Check-out

Kindly note that check-in is from 4pm and check-out is by 10am.

Food & Drink

– Pick up all your local goodies at Todenham Manor Farm shop. There’s also a cafe that hosts pop-ups and events throughout the year.
The Fox at Oddington is a cracking village pub at the heart of its local community, celebrating local producers and serving up anything from pizzas to Hereford sirloin on the bone.
The Cellar in Stow-on-the-Wold is small plates restaurant and wine bar offering an array of delicious organic, biodynamic and natural wines.
The Old Butchers is a popular family-run restaurant in Stow with a nose to tail ethos.
The Wild Rabbit or The Kingham Plough in Kingham.

Things To Do

– Get your hiking boots on and explore one of the many country walks and surrounding honey-hued towns, including Stow-on-the-Wold (15 minute drive) – a small Cotswolds town brimming with bakeries, boutiques, restaurants, antique shops and art galleries, and Bourton-on-the-Water, crowned the ‘Venice of The Cotswolds’.
– While away an afternoon at Sand & Stone favourite, Daylesford Farm, or the members-only, Soho Farmhouse.
– Browse the handcrafted pieces at Wichford Pottery, who also host the occasional workshop, talk or event.
The Cotswolds Farm Park always makes for a fun day out with little ones in tow.
– Visit the Jacobean house and gardens at National Trust property, Chastleton, with plenty to explore from the kitchen garden and wilderness walk to the croquet lawns where the rules of the game were originally codified.

Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • A Bottle Of Bubbles
  • Cowshed Bathroom Products
  • Nespresso Machine
  • Log Burner
  • 3 Night Minimum Stay
  • Washing Machine & Dryer
  • Hair Dryer
  • Smart TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private Garden
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Roll Top Bathtub
  • Private Parking
  • Dog-Friendly (1 Dog, £40)
Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • A Bottle Of Bubbles
  • Cowshed Bathroom Products
  • Nespresso Machine
  • Log Burner
  • 3 Night Minimum Stay
  • Washing Machine & Dryer
  • Hair Dryer
  • Smart TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Private Garden
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Roll Top Bathtub
  • Private Parking
  • Dog-Friendly (1 Dog, £40)

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