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A traditional 19th-century Cotswold stone cottage, originally the home of the late John Workman OBE who owned the Ebworth estate and was the National Trust's Forestry Adviser in the 1970s. The cottage is surrounded by deciduous woodland which is a National Nature Reserve and is also an example of some of the finest beech trees grown for timber in the country. The sunny garden has lovely views across the valley to National Trust woodland and farmland with beautiful walks. The cottage is in a wonderful, isolated romantic setting while just half a mile from the centre of Sheepscombe village which has a small but popular public house.
Heating: night storage heating included.
Parking: for two cars is provided within the garage on the drive, please do not park on the drive itself.
Garden: the large private garden is mainly lawn with a patio area and a fenced Ha-Ha.
Utilities/Electricals: The washing machine and tumble dryer are a combined washer/dryer.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage
Locally produced meat from National Trust herds can be pre-ordered for you to enjoy during your stay, please ask the contact centre for further details.
These three counties are a chance to get closer to traditional English life, gentle rolling hedgerows alive with wildlife and wide open green spaces to relax in. Best bits include exploring the green chalk hills and woodlands of the Chilterns and discovering the history of Warwickshire, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
If not the heart of England, the Cotswolds and the neighbouring county of Warwickshire, are surely its soul - an uplifting vision of breathtaking scenery, with gently rolling countryside of hills and valleys, picturesque stone villages and fine houses. This beautiful area offers the visitor a glimpse of traditional English life, and is attractive throughout the year. There is no better way to enjoy the splendours of the Cotswolds than to stay in one of the Trust?s many holiday homes .