Yarrow’s eclectic design and attention to detail offers a different take on the typical luxury thatched Cotswolds holiday cottage. Sleeping up to four people in two double bedrooms, the two-storey self-catered property is a dream destination for couples or a small family.
Upstairs, you’ll find the master bedroom with a super-king custom-built bed and the exposed wooden beams of a traditional English country cottage. The second bedroom also has a bespoke bed for two and a large bathroom with a giant copper roll top bathtub — a particularly welcome way to relax after a day of walking or a week of working.
Downstairs you will find a well-furnished living room with a bespoke corner snug seat and sofas opposite the log burning stove. There room feels exotic yet cosy thanks to its wooden walls, sliding doors, Balinese furniture and bold paintings, which all ensure the interior is as beautiful as the rolling hills outside.
The dining room, meanwhile, has seating for six is the ideal setting for an intimate dinner party, surrounded by candles and creative lighting. And the kitchen makes eating and drinking a pleasure, thanks to its fully equipped with a range cooker, Nespresso coffee machine and complimentary spirits bar. The kitchen back door opens onto a small garden space with a table and chairs—the ideal spot for a country breakfast or drinks in the sun.
Fully-equipped with beautifully curated creative touches, Yarrow is like no other self-catered cottage in the Cotswolds.
Living Room: Seating for 6 on 2 sofas and the alcove snug seat, 42” flat screen Smart TV with full Sky package, Netflix, DVD player, wood burning stove, Ipod Dock.
Dining Room: Large country dining table for up to 6.
Kitchen: 5 ring ceramic hob and range cooker, Nespresso coffee machine, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer, tableware and linens, pots, pans, cutlery, glassware.
Bedroom 1: Super king custom built bed, walk in his and hers wardrobe, flat screen SMART TV, White Company linens, towels and robes.
Bedroom 2: Custom made double bed, with built in storage, White Company linens, towels and robes.
Bathroom: Huge copper roll top bathtub, walk-in custom built shower, twin sinks, loo, Bamford bath products, heated towel rail, under-floor heating.
Outside: Small garden to the front and a slightly larger, more enclosed, garden at the back.
Dogs: Whilst being a dog-friendly cottage, Yarrow can only accept small-medium dogs for an additional £30. We kindly ask that they do not go on the furniture or into the bedroom areas / upstairs.
Pantry Items: Vodka, gin & whisky and tonics, olive oil, salt, pepper, sugar, tea, a few Nespresso Pods. If you are serious coffee drinkers please bring your own top up selection.
Welcome Pack Items: Eggs, bread, butter, mini jams, milk & a bottle of Cremant.
Parking: There is on-street parking immediately outside the cottage.
The village of Churchill encapsulates that endearing beauty of the Cotswolds, thanks to its emerald village green, its cricket field, and the historic church that gives the village its name.
How to get to Churchill:
Yarrow is located on Junction Road in Churchill, just a three-minute walk to The Chequer’s Pub, the village green and the church. Churchill is located between Kingham (mainline trains to Paddington) and Chipping Norton, a five-minute drive from each, and only 3 miles from Daylesford Organic farm.
Kingham station, on the main London to Hereford line, is a five-minute drive away, with fast trains running regularly throughout the day, taking around an hour and a half from Paddington.
From West London it takes around an hour and 45 minutes, from Bristol it’s an hour and a half, and from Oxford it’s around 45 minutes. Further directions can be given at the time of booking.
Things to do nearby
Food & Drink
In a cottage this pretty, we only suggest leaving home for the very best restaurants and pubs. Establishments that merit a journey include The Chequers Pub, which is moments away from Yarrow. While for brunch and local farm produce, there is nowhere better than Daylesford Farm. For Soho House members, a day spent at nearby Soho Farmhouse is well worth a trip.
Immerse yourself in the grandeur of Blenheim Palace, sip on local ales at Horton Nook Brewery and get up close and personal with the lions at the Cotswolds Wildlife Park. The Haybarn Spa at Daylesford farm is particularly lovely for those in need of a spot of pampering.