Time to cosy up in this charming vacation rental – or as they call them in the UK, self-catering homestays.
Inkwell Cottage is located in the bucolic Cotswold village of Burford in Oxfordshire, UK.
As its name suggests, Inkwell Cottage is the perfect hideaway for the introspective writer or solitary artist.
The cottage is built from the Cotswolds’ trademark honeyed stone, complete with twin chimneys, shake roof, and climbing roses!
Is it not the most perfect English country cottage you could ever conjure?
The inside is just as divine…
Inkwell Cottage rents from £1,095 per week (approximately $1,321 USD).
The listing states that there is only room enough for a couple. But couple or single, how sweet would it be to cuddle up on that green velvet sofa in front of the fire with a glass of red wine?
The preserved heavy wood ceiling beams add to the historic country cottage ambiance.
Inkwell Cottage is very reminiscent of another UK cottage favourite: Rosehill Cottage from The Holiday movie!
Behind the sofa, you can see the staircase that leads up to the attic/loft bedroom.
But before we visit the bedroom, check out the adorable kitchen & dining area.
The kitchen is fully equipped so that guests can cook & prepare their own meals.
There is also a sweet little breakfast nook with just room enough for two.
French doors open up to the courtyard, but more on that in a bit.
First, let’s climb up to the loft to see the bedroom!
There is only one room on the second level, but it holds a king-size bed.
Light streams in the coved, south-facing window.
The ground-floor bathroom has a bathtub, overhead shower, and water closet.
Now, let’s see that adorable courtyard!
On the other side of the tiny courtyard is a charming surprise: an “artists’ studio”.
Have a peek inside:
Isn’t it wonderful?
Inkwell Cottage is absolutely brimming with charm & olde world character.
But to preserve its peaceful state, no children, babies, or fur babies are allowed.
If you would like to book a stay in this delightful English cottage, please visit the link below.
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