We stayed in Bourton for 3 nights in February in a lovely cottage, one of a number of CSMA cottages (Called The Cotswold Cottages) attached to the old mill which is the Motoring Museum right at the heart of this lovely village.
The cottage is a part of a row of converted Watermill cottages, that have been modified but have certainly lost none of their charm.
We had cottage number 3, We entered through a large wooden door then up a staircase past the wood panelling into the living room kitchen area with its great wooden beams, comfy chairs TV, DVD, fast Wifi etc, kitchen with oven hob microwave, all pans utensils etc that you need and plenty of storage space. The bedroom and bathroom was upstairs again in the roof space and was really lovely, the bed very comfortable. The whole cottage was so warm and cosy. I loved it!
Great period features had been retained!
Getting a room in the most popular town in the Cotswolds (for those who come to see the Cotswolds) was a huge bonus. It gave us leisure time to wander and it was only a few hundred metres up from the river.
The bed was a classic "Grandma's Feather Bed" and Rosemarie and I sunk so low in it we thought we might never be heard of again but, it was surpisingly comfortable.
The room wasn't huge but we had an ensuite.
One problem that all the B&B's we stayed at in Great Britain was - they con't have a place to put your suitcase, let alone two suitcases.
It was clean and tidy and had the usual narrow staircase that we had become accustomed to by now.
We would stay there again.
To get the key you have to go to the "Mad Hatters Tea Party", a tea house down by the river. The businesses are, fairly obviously, run by the same people.
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