Cotswolds Hideaways

Why not hunker down in a cosy Cotswold cottage this winter? Take a long walk in the crisp winter air, then return to a honey stone cottage and enjoy a glass of wine or a cup of tea next to a roaring fire. We have curated a small selection of the cosiest cottages to whet your appetite.


StayCotswold have over 100 cosy Cotswold cottages with all the snuggly sofas, roaring fires and countryside views you could wish for. Why not sit beside the fire in beautiful Rose Tree Cottage located near Burford, an idyllic Cotswold market town set on the river Windrush.

Cotswold Cottage

Cotswold Cottage makes you feel warm as soon as you arrive and is filled with the character you would expect from a period cottage. Watch out for the sloping ceilings, exposed beams, wonky floors and relax with the inglenook fireplace for a cosy night in. It is the perfect Cotswolds idyll to really live and feel like a local.

Home Farm Cottage 

Just a short hop away from gorgeous Cirencester with its independent shops, cafes and restaurants, Home Farm Cottage in Barnsley is a real home from home treat.  Sleeping six in beautifully designed rooms, you’ll find everything you need for a perfect stay.  And with famous Barnsley House and the Village Pub on your doorstep and a hamper waiting for you on your arrival, we guarantee you’ll eat well!

Hammonds Farm (Stroud)  

Fantastically located for nearby pubs and bracing walks, Hammonds Farm near Stroud is available as a B&B or you can take over the entire six-bedroomed farmhouse and enjoy 100 acres of grassy farm and woodland as well as stunning landscaped gardens.  Curl up on the sofa in one of the two large sitting rooms, spoil yourself indulging in the welcome hamper or take time to explore the surrounding rolling green valleys.

Eco Chic 

The Chestnuts and Culls Cottage are the ultimate in eco-chic.  Carbon neutral since 2010 but there’s no shortage of home from home comforts or downright luxury!  The chestnuts in Shilton sleeps eight and the cosy garden lounge converts to a cinema room with blackout blinds for those ‘curl up and ignore the outside world’ days.  Culls Cottage in Southrop sleeps six and dates back to the 1670’s, with interior designed rooms and every modern comfort to make your stay truly unforgettable.  And both cottages have woodburning fires – perfect for cosying up and relaxing.

Manderley and Bumble Bee Cottages  

Cosy up in one of two 5-star and gold award winning cottages in the heart of beautiful Broadway.  Bumble Bee Cottage sleeps 2 and Manderley sleeps 4 and both are suitable for dogs and furnished in a cosy, stylish and contemporary feel throughout with private gardens and a whole host of modern luxuries.

Daylesford Cottages 

Five gorgeous cottages providing the chance to reconnect with nature, retreat from the everyday stresses and experience the beauty of the Cotswolds countryside.  Each beautifully converted farmhouse cottage comes with a relaxing class in the Bambford Haybarn Spa for each adult and a luxury welcome pack as well as a fridge stocked with Daylesford essentials.  They’re the perfect base to explore the wider area or to hide away from the world and indulge in some serious rest and relaxation. 

Heath Farm Holiday Cottages  

Surrounded by woodland and wild flower meadows, the 5 award-winning luxury holiday cottages at Heath Farm are an exquisite and tranquil base from which to explore the Cotswolds.  Lovingly converted from old stone farm buildings, each cottage features oak panelling, solid wood furniture, exposed beams and open fires – making it the perfect cosy escape.  Soak up the stunning views, explore the 70 acres of woodland or venture further afield to nearby restaurants, farmers markets, village pubs, shops and attractions – the possibilities are endless.

Cotswolds Hideaways

Cotswolds Hideaways is a holiday cottage agency showcasing cosy cottages crammed full of Cotswolds charm. Perfectly cute cottages for a romantic weekend away or choose a dog-friendly cottage for long walks in the countryside with your pooch pal.




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