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Tel : +44 (0)1608 664626
£350.00 - £700.00
Per unit per week
£350.00 - £700.00
Per unit per week
In this peaceful retreat, French windows open onto a courtyard garden with a table and chairs - the perfect spot to catch the sun and enjoy an evening drink with an unspoilt view of the river and its island, teeming with wildlife just a few feet away. The mill stream means that Puddle Cottage is not suitable for unsupervised children, but well behaved pets are welcome.
The centrally heated, non smoking accommodation retains many original features including exposed beams. It is on three floors. There is a fully fitted kitchen (electric hob and oven), dining area seating four, and lounge space with a widescreen TV on the ground floor. The first floor has a double bed room with a separate shower room/ WC. On the top floor there is a twin/double bedroom, connecting to an en-suite bathroom, with a shower over the bath.
We are very happy to help with any enquiries and local information, and will always respect your privacy. In addition to basics, you will find a welcome hospitality gift including fruit and flowers.
Puddle Cottage is available for long and short stays. Changeover is on Fridays for weekly and weekend breaks. Mid-week breaks are Monday to Friday. Please do ask if you have any special dates that need accommodating. When possible we are happy to be flexible.
Sleeps four, Off-road parking for one car, Pets welcome, No smoking, Central heating, Duvets with linen & towels, iPod docking/DAB radio, TV, Washing machine & tumble drier, Dishwasher, & Microwave. Free wi-Fi.
This historic mill is in a spectacularly beautiful part of the River Stour and is built over the mill stream which forms a charming island. There’s a weir, a huge weeping willow, and visiting wildlife that ranges from swans and kingfishers to a heron and even the occasional otter. It’s all in the conservation area of Tredington, a peaceful Warwickshire village surrounded by quiet countryside and Cotswold Hill walks. There is a mediaeval church filled with reminders of centuries of history, remarkable period architecture, a children’s playground, and a pub with a garden and comprehensive food menu.
Tredington is a convenient base for exploring the towns and villages of the north Cotswolds, nestling between Shakespeare’s birthplace and many of the Cotswolds most popular attractions. This part of England is famed for its beautiful landscape and pretty stone-walled villages, many of which have historic churches and pubs selling local beers (three local breweries!).
There are ten National Trust Properties within 20 miles: Hidcote, Snowshill Manor ... There are many independent houses, gardens, and attractions which are privately owned and open to the public: Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Batsford Arboretum, Stanway House with the tallest gravity-fed fountain in the world. . .
The historic market town of Shipston-on-Stour is two miles away for restaurants, take-aways, pubs, supermarkets, banks, post office, chemist, a leisure centre, and a wide variety of small shops. There are also two delicatessens, an independent wine merchant, a fresh fish shop, butchers, and bakers.
Visitors can choose between world-class theatrical performances in Stratford-on-Avon, antique shopping in Stow-on-the-Wold, arts and crafts in Chipping Campden, and the many visitor attractions of Bourton-on-the-Water. Or just go for a walk. The countryside is steeped in history, from Neolithic sites like the Rollright Stones, to places rich in the history of the English Civil War. Edge Hill, site of the famous battle, is not far away – and Tredington too can show its own turbulent past. The front door of the church still has musket-balls lodged in it from a disagreement between Roundheads and Royalists!
There are many local art attractions – from the three little art galleries in Shipston-on-Stour just a couple of miles away, to the impressive Compton Verney Art Gallery. There are many local potteries – Whichford Pottery is a Must.
Arriving on a Friday night you might like to start your stay with a champagne happy-hour at The George or The Old Mill in Shipston-on-Stour, both of which serve food. For award winning pubs try The Peacock in Oxhill, The Ebrington Arms in Ebrington, The Howard Arms in Ilmington, or The Horse and Groom in Bourton-on-the-Hill.
If you enjoy cooking there are many outlets nearby for locally produced food from a wonderful nearby farm shop at Talton Mill, to foodie heaven at Daylesford Organic Shop. Many local towns have regular Farmers’ Markets.
Newly restored to combine traditional charm with up-to-date comfort. Pool View retains many original features – exposed beams, steep staircases, and large mill windows that make the most of the exceptional views.
We are happy to help with enquiries or local information, and welcome Pool View residents to enjoy our garden, a river island that splits the River Stour to feed the mill stream. It has a weir and a huge weeping willow, and other visitors can include anything from swans and kingfishers to a heron, and even the occasional otter. Children are welcome, but they do need to be supervised!
The non-smoking, no-pets accommodation is on two floors. The living room, fully fitted kitchen/dining room, and WC are on the first floor. Upstairs there are one double and one twin/double bedroom. The bathroom has a shower over the bath. In addition to basics, you will find a welcome hospitality gift including fruit and flowers.
Pool View is available for long and short stays. Changeover is on Fridays for weekly and weekend breaks. Mid-week breaks are Monday to Friday. Please do ask if you have any special dates that need accommodating. When possible we are happy to be flexible.
Sleeps four, Off-road parking for one car, Central heating, Bed linen and towels, TV, iPod docking, DAB radio, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge Freezer, and Washing machine/tumble drier. Free Wi-Fi.
To make a booking please visit our website. Credit cards accepted.
FROM THE M40 NORTH:
Leave the M40 at junction 15 (Warwick) and take the A429, headed towards Stow-on-the-Wold. After approximately 12 miles you will reach the village of Halford. Continue through Halford and when you reach the next roundabout, with a Subaru dealership, take the first left and head into Tredington. Within the village, take the third turn on the left and continue down towards the village church. At the church turn right down a no-through road, take a sharp left followed by a sharp right. Straight ahead you will see an archway. Drive through the archway and park there, our door-bell is half-way down the archway, marked ‘The Mill’.
FROM THE M40 SOUTH:
Leave the M40 at junction 8 and head towards Oxford. Go round the Oxford ring road, heading for Cheltenham on the A40. This can be very busy at peak rush hour times. Once on the ring road, go straight over the first roundabout and at the next take the right-hand exit, heading towards the A34 north. At the next roundabout, do not take the A34 exit but go under the A34 and take the next exit. Go left at the next roundabout and continue towards Woodstock on the A44, signed for Evesham.
Go through Wood stock continuing on the A44 and approximately 10 miles later you will reach some traffic lights outside Chipping Norton. Do not take the left hand turn into Chipping Norton but go straight ahead, joining the A3400 headed for Stratford-on-Avon. Go over the next roundabout and continue on the A3400 to Shipston-on-Stour. When you get to Shipston, you will meet a roundabout with buildings in the centre. You need to follow the signs for Stratford-on-Avon (the road takes a sharp right then left turn) and continue towards Tredington.
In Tredington, take the first right after the 30 mph speed limit sign and continue down towards the village church. At the church turn right down a no-through road, take a sharp left followed by a sharp right. Straight ahead you will see an archway. Drive through the archway and park there. You will find our door-bell half-way down the archway, marked ‘The Mill’.
CHECK IN TIMES:
Ring the door bell at The Mill and we shall give you the keys and a tour.
You can unload outside of the house in the driveway/parking area.
Check in is between 4pm and 9pm on your day of arrival. Please notify us in advance of your anticipated arrival time.
By Public Transport
there are railway stations eight miles away at Stratford-on-Avon and Moreton-in-Marsh.
Tredington Mill facilities include:
- In countryside
- Non smoking establishment
- Accept children (minimum age)
- JCB accepted
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Visa accepted
- On site parking
- Car parking
- Central heating throughout
- Garden/patio for guests' use
- Ironing facilities
- Pets accepted
- Wireless/internet access
Tredington Mill accessibility includes:
- Bathrooms available with bath
- Bathrooms available with bath with shower
- Bathrooms available with separate shower unit
- Bedroom furniture can be re-arranged on request
- Bedrooms with non-allergenic bedding available
- Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
- Drop-off point for guests immediately outside main entrance
- Some bedrooms available with no fitted carpets
- Steps but no ramp on route from parking area to entrance
- Steps to main entrance
Contact - Tredington Mill
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