Teagles Cottage is located in the heart of the famous market town of Stow-on-the-Wold. The impressive market square, surrounded by Cotswold stone buildings and an array of specialist shops, cosy cafés and inns are on your doorstep.
Constructed from traditional honey-coloured Cotswold stone, dating back at least 150 years, the cottage originally started life as a barn. The owners have injected new life and incorporated contemporary features, including a log burner, in order to provide guests with a comfortable stay and a real home from home feel. The result is guests return year after year.
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- Pub within 1 mile
- Shop within 1 mile
- Parking - x1
- Travel Cot - x1
- High Chair - x1
- Bedding & towels
Gallery and Floor Plan
The front door leads into a large hallway with dresser and stone floor – an ideal place to put your muddy boots and coats after a country walk.
From the hall, you can access the downstairs cloakroom.
A set of double doors from the hall leads into the open plan living and dining room where you can relax and unwind in front of the log burner.
The living room has cosy arm chairs, a sofa and a large snug . Furniture includes solid oak coffee tables and drawer units. The state-of-the-art ‘Smart’ TV incorporates Freeview and internet access. Guests also have the use of a DVD player, Bluetooth speaker and WIFI throughout.
A set of French doors lead out into a small courtyard where you can enjoy a bit of al-fresco dining on the garden table and reclining chairs.
The Dining Area houses a large oak dining table and soft leather seating for 7 people. A padded leather chest contains a selection of games.
The country-style Kitchen includes electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher. Creature comforts include four-slice toaster and Tassimo coffee maker. A separate Utility comes complete with washing machine, tumble dryer and iron.
A contemporary oak and nickel staircase leads to the four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor. Bedrooms are equipped with hairdryers.
The Master Bedroom has a double bed with classic brass bedstead, decorated in neutral tones it is very calming and has generous storage space;large chest of drawers, wardrobe and bedside tables. There is also a slimline Freeview TV, chair and full-length mirror.
The En-suite Bathroom has a vanity unit with washbasin, bath with a high-quality overhead shower and glass screen, mirror, shaver point and WC.
Bedroom 2 is a brown leather double bed, the room includes built-in country-style wardrobe and dressing table along with bedside units and full-length mirror.
Bedroom 3 is a twin room with two single beds, decorated in soft greens. The ample storage includes built-in wardrobe and dressing table and chest of drawers.
Bedroom 4 houses a single bed, built-in wardrobe and dressing table.
The spacious Family Bathroom has a luxury-size bath; perfect for a soak after a days’ walking. It includes a high-quality overhead shower, washbasin in vanity unit, heated towel rail, WC and mirror with shaving point.
In addition to accommodating seven people, a travel cot for a baby can also be set up in one of the bedrooms on request.
We stayed here with our three grown sons and daughter-in-law. Teagles was a most comfortable and perfectly appointed cottage! It had everything we needed, including washer and dryer as well as hair dryers . The bathrooms are modern and comfortable with plenty of hot water. The location of Teagles couldn’t be more convenient. We often nipped up the road to pick up a few essential items at the co-operative grocery. There are many restaurants that serve delicious foods and an array of spirits. I can’t say enough about Teagles. I will think of it as a dream when I get home!
We were a party of 7 ladies looking for a weekend of relaxation and celebrating 2 big birthdays! The cottage is fabulous, spotlessly clean and in a brilliant location. We had an amazing weekend, shopping, sightseeing, eating and drinking. Had a lovely meal at the Talbot in Stow and visited Bourton on the Water which is beautiful. Would definitely stay in the cottage again and a lovely touch from the owners was a bottle of wine, cake and milk on our arrival! Couldn’t fault it a beautiful property.
Shows how much we love Teagles Cottage, we have stayed for 1 week at Easter 5 years in a row!! A real home from home, beautifully decorated, modern, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with separate toilet downstairs. Situated in Stow on the Wold, fantastic location, we could of chose a different restaurant to eat in every night, all in walking distance, with a selection of shops, tea rooms etc. and such a good base for sight-seeing the Cotswolds. We have been to Castles, National Trust houses, shopping in Cheltenham and visited places such as, Oxford, Stratford upon Avon, Worcester, Burford, Moreton in Marsh, Bourton on the water, Broadway, Evesham and many, many more, too many to mention….and all in easy reach of Teagles Cottage.
On arrival the owners have always left us bottles of wine, cakes and milk, which are very welcome. We very highly recommend staying at Teagles Cottage, you won’t be sorry…..you will love it!!!!
We were a group of seven including 3 children aged between 12 and 8 and stayed here for one week. The cottage is a few minutes walk away from the main square which is really convenient. There are four bedrooms which meant everyone had their own space; 2 doubles (one ensuite), a good size twin room and a single. There is a nice open plan living area and a well equipped kitchen with the helpful welcome gift of some milk, a cake and a very nice bottle of red wine on arrival. There is a log burner in the lounge if you want that nice cosy feel but the automated heating system means this is not necessary. There is a small outside area with table and chairs which is right next to the one parking space.
Stow is a lovely place to base yourself. There are plenty of little shops to lose yourself in, a small supermarket in the main square which is great for emergency visits and a good number of friendly pubs with The Porch House pub (claiming to be the oldest pub in England) literally thirty feet from the front door. No rowdy noise even on the weekend. Our two favourite pubs were the Talbot and the Queens Head. The latter served up great food. The Sheep has been nicely done up but we found the food expensive and the quality was a disappointment. Lovely walking area so long as you don’t mind hills. If we came back to Stow we would certainly look to stay here again.
Perfect location, perfect cottage, perfect cake and bottle of wine awaiting for us and to top it off comfortable beds…..oh and not forgetting showers that worked!!
The owner texted us to make sure we had settled in, which was lovely. The cottage was spotless, but cosy so you felt like you were home. Everything was there in the kitchen (rare in some rentals) so you could cook up a hearty meal. Just a few steps away from the shops and of course pubs. We were there on a girlie get together and we love somewhere where you can chill and relax and Teagle Cottage sure does let you do this. In fact we loved it so much we are already looking into coming back next year.