New to our collection of boutique properties for 2018, The Firs is Beachspoke’s first three bedroom property in the Cotswolds. Situated in the prime village of Kingham just a five minute walk from celebrated The Wild Rabbit pub, The Firs has been lovingly designed and decorated, weaving contemporary design with the traditional features of picturesque countryside home.
A large, two-storey, house with three bedrooms, The Firs has been curated with tasteful interiors and beautiful design touches in every room. Ideal for a group of six who want a relaxing weekend away, The Firs is undoubtedly one of the best three bedroom holiday homes in the Cotswolds.
On the ground floor, you’ll find the large open-plan kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is well-equipped to concoct all measures of delicious feasts which can be enjoyed on the beautiful wooden dining table that looks upon the pretty garden, which also has its own outdoor table and parasols should the weather allow! On the ground floor, guests can relax by the wood burning stove in the sitting room or enjoy the table football in the adjacent games room.
Upstairs you’ll find the master bedroom with a king size bed and an en-suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms which share the main bathroom. Whilst The Firs is a family-friendly home, parents of infants will need to bring a travel cot. A high chair can be provided.
Kitchen & Dining Room: Large fully equipped kitchen with island, dishwasher, microwave, oven, refrigerator, stove, large wooden dining table with 8 chairs.
Living Room: Large 4 seater sofa, 2 armchairs, SMART TV, woodburner fireplace.
Games Room: Table football, office desk.
Loo: Downstairs loo and sink.
Bedroom 1: King size bed, en-suite bathroom with a shower.
Bedroom 2: King size bed.
Bedroom 3: Double bed.
Garden: Large garden with outdoor wicker table and chairs & a Webber BBQ.
Dogs: Whilst being a dog-friendly house, The Firs can only accept small-medium dogs for an additional £30 per dog per stay.
General: WiFi, Sonos, Freeview, Netflix, strictly no smoking and unfortunately not suitable for a wheelchair. We unfortunately can not provide a cot but a highchair is available. Check in is at 4.00pm and check out is at 10.00am.
Parking: The Firs comes with a private parking space.
Arguably one of the most beloved and beautiful villages in the Cotswolds, Kingham is unspoilt and unpretentious, an idyllic destination for a countryside escape. With stone and thatched cottages nestled upon the village green and a Grade II listed church with a striking Gothic tower, Kingham is imbued with postcard perfect quality. Just southwest of Chipping Norton, the village lies within minutes from all the Cotswolds hotspots including Soho Farmhouse, Daylesford Organic farm, the Grade I listed Chastleton House a Jacobean country house owned by the National Trust, and the Cotswolds Wildlife Park and Gardens.
How to get to Kingham
The nearest station is in Kingham which is served by Cotswolds Line trains between London Paddington, Oxford, Worcester and Hereford.
The Firs is a twenty minute walk, or a five minute taxi ride, from Kingham Station. Kingham is reachable from London Paddington in just under an hour and a half.
Kingham is just over a couple of hours drive from London. Detailed directions are provided upon booking. A car is a good idea to explore the local area, however, as Kingham is a village with such good amenities, a car is not totally necessary for a weekend away. There are two wonderful pubs, a little village shop and post office and Daylesford Organic farm shop, restaurant and spa are a fifteen minute walk away!
The local taxi service, Excelsior from Chipping Norton, are also very good.
Things to do nearby
Food & Drink
Kingham is blessed with two excellent pubs, The Wild Rabbit and The Plough just minutes from The Firs. Nearby, we recommend checking out The Chequers in Churchill, the Kings Head in Bledlington and Wild Thyme in Chipping Norton. There’s also fantastic food to be had at the Old Butchers or Porch House in Stow-on-the-Wold or the Feathered Nest in Nether Westcote and Chef’s Dozen in Chipping Campden.
Further afield we recommend the newly opened (and Giles Coren favourite), The Bell Inn at Langford, the brilliant Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham, or The Lamb Inn in Burford amongst others. You will find a full area guide in the cottage.
Things To Do In or Around Kingham
When you aren’t relaxing in the comfort of The Firs, you are spoilt for choice with things to do near Kingham. Walkers and hikers can tackle the nearby routes that meander through the picturesque landscape of the Cotswolds , encountering incredible views and points of interest including the ancient Rollright Stones. Daylesford organic farm has events and courses along with the brilliant Bamford Haybarn Spa. The Cotswolds Wildlife Park and Gardens has over 260 different species of animals and the largest privately owned Zoological collection in the UK. Blenheim Palace, Chastleton House and Broughton Castle are incredible historic homes worth a visit.