Weston sub Edge is a small village close to the start of the Cotswold Way, 20 minutes from the home of Shakespeare at Stratford Upon Avon, two miles from Chipping Campden and its Music and Literature Festivals, Broadway, Longborough Opera, Daylesford, National Trust properties such as Hidcote and Snowshill Manor. We are the ideal location for walking and exploring, so do bring your dog. Transport is essential as we are very rural and taxis and buses aren't always available.
“A lovely little self contained cottage tucked away in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Sarah is a lovely host who went to the trouble of decorating the longe with balloons to help us celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary! A great place to stay and spend your days walking, touring and eating out in the picturesque town of Chipping Campden.”
Cornerstone Cottage is a beautifully decorated cotswold cottage with a fitted kitchen, dining area looking out onto the cottage garden, a living room area with comfortable seating both sofas and chairs. The bathroom with wc and a wet room style shower are located on the ground floor. Upstairs to a lovely cosy bedroom with There is a fully functional kitchen with gas hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave and a tabletop oven. There are exposed beams and and a small dressing area with dressing table. Chipping Campden is a small market town in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire, England. It is notable for its elegant terraced High Street, dating from the 14th century to the 17th century. It is quite simply one of the finest towns in the Cotswolds – well preserved and full of history but also full of life and bustle. Its elegant High Street is a delight, described by the historian, G.M. Trevelyan, as the most beautiful village street now left in the island: a broad gentle curve flanked on either side by an unbroken sweep of buildings covering a host of architectural styles with buildings dating back to the 14th century. In the centre of the High Street stands the iconic Market Hall, now in the care and ownership of the National Trust, and built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks to provide shelter for traders selling perishable goods like cheese and butter or precious goods like silks. The paving stones have been As the name suggests ("Chipping" means market or market place from the old English "Ceping"). Chipping Campden was one of the most important of the medieval wool towns and famous throughout Europe. This legacy of fame and prosperity is everything that give the town its character. Campden was already established in the 7th century and derives its name from the Saxon "Campa-denu" or "Campadene", meaning a valley with fields or enclosures of cultivated land. Chipping Campden's church, St. James, at the north end of the town, is perhaps, the finest 'wool' church in the Cotswolds, with a magnificent 120ft (36 metre) tower and a very spacious interior. The church is famed for having one of the oldest altar tapestries (pre-reformation) and largest brass in England. In 1970 the High Street and much of the rest of the town was officially designated a conservation area to preserve the ancient town for centuries to come. Today Chipping Campden has a population of circa 2000.
“Cornerstone Cottage could not have been better! We’ve stayed in many vacation homes and this is one of the best. We used this as home base while we spent 3 days in the Cotswolds. Very cute and cozy and fully equipped. Immaculate and clean. There are even special touches that make the stay even better like heavy fluffy towels, thick toilet paper, boutique soaps. And the bed! Extremely comfy-it was a hard choice to get up and sightsee or just stay in bed! The Main Street of the village is a short walk with restaurants, coffee houses, and grocery. Highly recommend.”
> Wood-burning Stove > 3 Levels > Private Courtyard with Wood-fired BBQ > Sonos speaker > Smart TV with Netflix > Lovely Cotswold Walks within metres of the front door! > Fully equipped kitchenette Middle Rose is a beautiful bijou cottage styled head to toe by Cotswold Grey in Moreton-in-Marsh. Built as a workers' cottage in the 19th Century, the property has received total renovation to include all essential holiday comforts while retaining the charm and character of passed years.
“A gorgeous cottage in a quiet beautiful location. The cottage was very well looked after, beautiful and clean. We arrived to a lovely hamper on the kitchen counter along with milk and prosecco in the fridge which was a lovely touch. It was myself, husband, 4 year old and 6 month old baby and it was perfect for us. High chair and travel cot available on request which were there when we arrived. A nice 8 minute walk to the local cafe and shop. All within driving distance to great areas such as Broadway, Bourton on the water etc. Very happy with our stay thank you. Our 4 year old is very agile but if taking a child just starting to walk or a toddler please be wary of the stairs as very narrow. There is a stair gate on the very top floor.”