The Cottage

High Street, Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire

The Cottage, High Street, Moreton in Marsh

A beautiful traditional Cotswolds cottage perfectly positioned on the High Street in the pretty market town of Moreton in Marsh. Recently refurbished to a very high standard to include everything needed for your stay in the Cotswolds, the cottage may be booked for midweek, weekends or full weeks, and will sleep four people in two double bedrooms. Great value quality accomodation with prices starting at just 300.00 for a midweek 4 night break. Visitors with very young children are welcome and we can be flexible with any additional requirements.

the cottage lounge

The grade II listed cottage dates from around the early 17th century and many of the original features remain intact today. It has a large and welcoming open fire in the living room and exposed beams throughout the ground floor. There is a fully fitted kitchen with dining area for four, a shower room and toilet, with a further washroom and toilet on the second floor. The cottage has fully fitted central heating and a constant supply of piping hot water. Doors from both the kitchen and lounge lead to a pretty rear garden with seated patio area.

Visitors will not be disappointed with this warm and cosy, quiet sanctuary set amidst the hustle and bustle of a historic market town. Do spend a few moments looking at more of the interior of our pretty cottage

There is ample free off street parking to the front of, and over the road from the cottage. Opposite is the elegant Manor House Hotel (pop over for cream teas or the fine restaurant and bar), just five doors away is the Swan pub, and in 350 yards is The Inn on The Marsh pub.

The Cottage, location

Set in the heart of the North Cotswolds our cottage is ideally located for visiting and exploring both the local area and farther afield.Getting here is very easy wherever you are coming from.


London 85 miles
Oxford 30 miles
Gloucester 33 miles
Worcester 30 miles
Cirencester 33 miles
Bath 60miles

Market Towns

Banbury 22 miles
Broadway 10 miles
Bourton on the Water 8 miles
Chipping Campden 9 miles
Chipping Norton 8 miles
Cheltenham 23 miles
Evesham 15 miles
Stow on the Wold 4 miles
Stratford upon Avon 16 miles
Tewkesbury 23 miles
Woodstock 20 miles

Moreton in Marsh, a Cotswolds market town

Moreton-in-Marsh is one of the principal market towns in the northern Cotswolds. In the thirteenth century it developed as a market town and was granted its market charter in 1227. There is still a bustling market every Tuesday with up to 200 stalls attracting visitors from far and wide. Moreton has been a traveller's town for at least 1700 years so there are plenty of pubs, tea shops, restaurants and hotels to provide refreshments!!

Many of the old buildings along the High Street date from the 17th and 18th centuries. King Charles l is said to have stayed at The White Hart Hotel in 1644. Moreton-in-Marsh was founded on the Roman Fosse Way, later the traditional London to Worcester coaching route via Broadway. When you have finished exploring the town you may want to look at more of this beautiful part of the English countryside.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is one of the world's great destinations with it's characteristic honey coloured limestone cottages nestled in sleepy villages surrounded by rolling countryside. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966, protected as a living working landscape.

the cotswolds mapped

This is the largest of 40 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering 790 sq miles or 2038 sq km's and a distance of 78 miles or 126 km's from North to South.

There are plenty of beautiful villages in the Cotswold to visit such as Broadway, Burford, Bourton-on-the-Water, Chipping Campden, Stow-on-the-Wold and the Slaughters. With many other attractions including a number of wonderful gardens, historic properties,castles and other opportunities to suit visitors of any age.