St Kellams Cottage

Lower Slaughter

A gem of a holiday cottage in a stunning village location.

Though technically not in Warwickshire, this lovely property was simply too good for us to leave out! St Kellams Cottage is Grade II listed and enjoys a picture-perfect riverside setting, in the captivating Cotswolds village of Lower Slaughter.

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“Fab, Fab and more FAB! A wonderful place from start to finish. Great walks, pretty villages and so much to do right on the doorstep. Such a home from home that we did not want to leave – rest assured we WILL BE BACK!!”- MARIE & PIERRE, NORMANDY, FRANCE

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Features

sleeps8

Sleeps eight

bedroom3

Three bedrooms

bathroom3

Three bathrooms

short-breaks

Short breaks available

child-friendly

Child friendly

enclosed-garden

Enclosed garden

ensuite-bathroom-s

Ensuite bathroom/s

fire-logburner

Fire/Log burner

linen-included

Linen included

outdoor-space

Outdoor space

towels-included

Towels included

tumble-dryer

Tumble dryer

washing-machine

Washing machine

games

Games

wifi

Wifi access

parking

Parking available

cycling

Cycling

fishing

Fishing

gym-nearby

Gym nearby

hiking

Hiking

horse-riding

Horse riding

near-national-trust-properties-or-gardens

Near National Trust Properties or Gardens

near-river-lake-canal

Near river/lake/canal

restaurants-nearby

Restaurants nearby

rural-views

Rural views

swimming-pool-nearby

Swimming pool nearby

walking-distance-to-pub

Walking distance to pub

4 St Kellams is positioned along side the River Eye, just two minutes walk over the river from The Lower Slaughter Inn and 5 minutes from Lower Slaughter Manor. Hiking, walking, fishing and horse riding within easy reach.

Lower Slaughter is a village located within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 4 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and 2 miles from Bourton-on-the-Water. The village is built on both banks of the River Eye, which also flows through Upper Slaughter. At the west end of the village there is a 19th-century water mill with an undershot waterwheel and a chimney for additional steam power. There is a ford where the river widens in the village and several small stone footbridges join the two sides of the community. While the mill is built of red brick most of the 16th and 17th century homes in the village use Cotswold sandstone and are adorned with mullioned windows and often with other embellishments such as projecting gables.

Sleeping capacity: 8
3 x bedroom
3 x bathroom
Short breaks available
Child friendly
Enclosed garden
Ensuite bathroom/s
Fire/Log burner
Linen included
Outdoor space
Towels included
Tumble dryer
Washing machine
Games
Wifi access
Parking available
Cycling
Fishing
Gym nearby
Hiking
Horse riding
Near National Trust Properties or Gardens
Near river/lake/canal
Restaurants nearby
Rural views
Swimming pool nearby
Walking distance to pub

“Fab, Fab and more FAB! A wonderful place from start to finish. Great walks, pretty villages and so much to do right on the doorstep. Such a home from home that we did not want to leave – rest assured we WILL BE BACK!!”-MARIE & PIERRE, NORMANDY, FRANCE

Late availability discount

Bookings of 7 nights or more made within 14 days of travelling discounted by 20%

A most georgeous hamlet in the Cotswolds, that is a fantastic base for activities.

Changeover details

Changeover can be changed if property not booked the week before/after.