Quenington is a beautiful & peaceful village in the heart of The Coln Valley, in The Cotswolds, Gloucestershire. There are stunning walks by the river, through the fields and the woods. My cottage was built in 1878 and is a stone's throw to The Keepers Arms, which serves real ale and home cooked food. We also have an 11th Century church, St Swithins in the village. It really is the perfect location in which to explore The Cotswolds.
The cottage is situated in the heart of the village, a short walk to both the pub and the 11th century church, with gorgeous countryside walks down by The River Coln.
The cottage is on three floors. On the ground floor is the sitting room, which has two large sofas and a wood burning stove and tv with freeview and a DVD player. The kitchen is well equipped (no microwave) and the porch has a washer/dryer. The second floor has the master bedroom with a kingsized bed with views over the fields, and the bathroom (with a shower in the bath). On the third floor there is the second bedroom also with a king sized bed, with a view over the garden.
The garden (which has shared access by my neighbours) has a table, chairs, benches and a BBQ.
The whole cottage and garden will be available throughout your stay.
This is a useful website for exploring The Cotswolds
I will leave out details of things to do in the area in a folder.
Well behaved pets are welcome by prior arrangement.
I love travelling to Africa (you might notice one or two African artefacts in the cottage!) I also enjoying gardening and baking when I have time. I love cycling and running and this is the perfect countryside to do it in. My main hobbies are photography and making silver jewellery. I work in the travel business selling luxury holidays to Africa, so try and include all the little touches in my cottage, that I experience on my travels.