A delightful cottage in the Cotswolds.
The cottage was perfect for cosy evenings by the fire on a cold November weekend.
Well equipped kitchen (fresh herbs on the windowsill!), immaculately clean, very comfortable beds and lots of olde worlde charm.
Good choice of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms just footsteps away in Bourton-on-the-Water. Would recommend Rose Tree for dinner, and Bakery on the Water for breakfast or a cream tea.
We had a wonderful holiday in this lovely cottage. The cottage itself is quaint, comfortable and very well appointed. The location is ideal, with convenient access to the amenities of Bourton (like the fantastic Bakery on the Water, which provided our breakfast every day). There are nice walks to be taken from Bourton itself, and countless attractions within a short drive. Highlights of our trip were visits to the Chedworth Roman Villa, Blenheim Palace, Broadway Tower, Whichford Pottery and the Alain Rouveure Galleries, to name a few.
We had a very pleasant week in Pear Tree Cottage, and would have happily stayed for longer!
We stayed in this delightful cottage over the weekend and it is the most adorable cottage I think I have ever stayed in. Lovely old beams with a real wood fire, fully fitted and stocked kitchen with all the necessary gadets. Loo and shower room downstairs, two twin and one double bedroom upstairs along with a further en-suite in one of the twins and a separate bath/shower and toilet along the other end of the corridor. I did not want to leave and have every intention of going back again!
Myself and 3 girlfriends stayed for a long weekend and had a lovely time. The cottage was homely, well equipped and perfect location.
Would definitely go back.
My wife and I just finished our two week stay in Bourton. Our daughter joined us for one of the weeks. The Pear Tree Cottage is a two hundred year old home which has been renovated to the low and beamed ceiling gives one the feel of both comfort and
and nostalgia. All the rooms are comfortable with their being all the kitchen wear one could want and plenty of dishes and so on. Only a short two blocks from the center of town. Would like to see a drip coffee percolator added to the french press, since the latter gives only three cups of coffee at a time at best. Anyway,my wife and I continue to think of this cottage with warmth and fondness.
I booked this cottage for 6 girls on a long walking weekend.
The cottage is wooky, cosy, and deceptively spacious. With the the toilets and two showers we were never waiting for our turn. The beds were comfortable and I loved the option of a feather pillow or a firm foam one on every bed. A real treat!
I booked a tesco delivery to arrive with our food and booze which saved a lot of hassle and had a chef come in and cook for us on Saturday night. This made the weekend easier and more of a treat.
The cottage was very clean and incredibly well stocked. Not only did it have literally everything you could wish for in the kitchen it also had lots of cooking staples.
At 5 foot 10 I kept cracking my head on the beautiful beams, in the end I find it helped to just kind of shuffle about! Next time I'll take a crash helmet.
Pear Tree Cottage exceeded my expectations! The cottage has so much architectural character and the decor is lovely. It was immaculately clean and thoughtfully supplied with quality scented soaps and staples. We enjoyed the many books about the area. It had the perfect layout for each person to have privacy when not enjoying the common spaces together, and we spent our days walking or driving to other Cotswold towns. Bourton-on-the Water is a charming town with good restaurants and shopping - especially the pottery shop just behind Pear Tree. Communication with the property manager was easy. We felt very welcomed and hope to return.