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Folly Farm Cottage
Back Street
Ilmington
Warwickshire

CV36 4LJ | View map

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Luxurious romantic old world charming country cottage accommodation with King sized or double four poster beds, ensuite bathrooms with bath and shower or whirlpool and hospitality tray. Breakfast is served in our dining room or, as an added luxury, in the privacy of your own bedrooms where you can sit at your table looking out over our pretty cottage garden. A tranquil haven where you can relax and get away from it all.All of our rooms are furnished with hand crafted country pine antique furniture. Cottage memorabilia give a feel of old-world charm with modern facilities. All bedrooms overlook the delightful cottage garden which guests are welcome to enjoy.Ilmington is a very picturesque Cotswold village in an area of outstanding beauty. The village green is surrounded by beautiful Cotswold stone cottages and there is an old stone church where traditional bell ringing can be heard. There is a village shop and two traditional country pubs, one of which is less than five minutes walk away and provide an excellent menu and delicious food.We are seven miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, five miles from Chipping Campden and near to Hidcote Manor and many famous Cotswold villages. We are a non-smoking establishment, open all year round.

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