About Windrush Cottage

Windrush Cottage is a mid-terraced holiday cottage situated close to the centre of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water and is within easy, level walking distance of all amenities, shops, restaurants etc.

The cottage is furnished and equipped to a high standard and offers the following facilities and accommodation for a maximum of four persons:

  • Two bedrooms, both with double bed.
  • Full Gas Central Heating.
  • Bathroom with toilet, electric shower, and bath.

Lounge with electric fire, Colour Television, DVD Player, Stereo Audio System including CD Player. Free Wi-Fi. A selection of CDs is also provided.

There is a fitted kitchen with dining area, containing electric cooker, fridge with small freezing compartment, microwave oven and washer/dryer. The cottage is cleaned and checked after every stay. We have a Landlords’ Certificate for gas appliances, which are serviced every year, and a carbon monoxide detector is fitted. Fire blanket, extingishers and alarms are fitted throughout the property, and all are checked on a regular basis.

Windrush Cottage is within walking distance of all public houses and restaurants in Bourton so you can leave the car at the cottage and enjoy a pint of the local ale and cider!! There are local shops in the village, cash machines, buses to Cheltenham, Cirencester, Moreton Market etc.

We have been the owners of Windrush Cottage for twenty-nine years and most of our bookings are through recommendation. Read some of the lovely comments left by our many guests below and view the guestbook to read more.

Another great week here. A great location and base for Cheltenham Festival. Lovely comfortable and well appointed. See you next March.

Tony, Doreen and Carol – March 2020

What a lovely place this is. Absolutely everything you could need to make your holiday great. The cottage is immaculate and Bourton is so scenic. I’ve had a great day in Cheltenham, such an elegant town. Thanks Heidi and Bill we had a lovely weekend.

Gina & Richard, Nottinghamshire – February 2020

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