The Old Post Office is a stylish Grade II listed Cotswold holiday cottage which sleeps eight guests, in four well-presented bedrooms, with three spacious bathrooms. The open plan ground floor layout creates a wonderfully social living space, and with both a picturesque patio garden and cosy roof terrace, there are two separate outdoor areas from which to enjoy the sunshine. Dating back to the 17th century, The Old Post Office has beautiful exposed beams and exposed brickwork, and being recently renovated, this lovely holiday home boasts a contemporary finish, well-equipped kitchen and modern wood burner.
This four bedroom holiday cottage in Ilmington is perfect for a relaxing country break with family and friends. The accommodation is laid out as follows:
Bright and spacious open plan living area with exposed beams, exposed brickwork, wood burner, four-seater leather sofa, three-seater leather sofa, leather armchair, Smart TV with on demand services only, along with Sonos soundbar, large oak dining table with seating for eight, velvet chair and selection of board games, books and jigsaws
Two armchairs, large desk and velvet office chair
Dual aspect, bi-fold doors to the patio garden, exposed brickwork, electric Aga, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine (initial supply of pods provided), kettle and toaster
Washing machine/tumble dryer, iron, ironing board, drying rack and sink
Loo and basin
Master bedroom with ensuite (Sleeps 2)
King size bed, dressing table with stool, freestanding wardrobe, chest of drawers and hair dryer
Ensuite with roll top bath, walk-in rain shower, loo, twin basins and heated towel rail
Bedroom 2 with ensuite (Sleeps 2)
King size bed, freestanding wardrobe, chest of drawers, mirror and hair dryer
Ensuite with bath, loo and basin
Bedroom 3 (Sleeps 2)
Eaves room, rural village views, two single beds, chest of drawers and built-in wardrobe on the landing
Bedroom 4 (Sleeps 2)
Beautiful exposed beams, two single beds, hanging rail and storage shelves
Exposed beams, bath with overhead shower, loo and basin
Enclosed patio garden with large wooden table seating eight, charcoal BBQ, kitchen herb garden, colourful potted flowers and plants, and solar lights which create a beautiful atmosphere as the sun sets
Located off the first floor landing is an enclosed roof terrace which enjoys rural views and is home to two chairs
A security deposit of £250 is required for bookings at this property. This amount will be pre-authorised on your credit card 7 days prior to your arrival date, providing no damage is reported the pre-authorisation will be released 5 days after your departure. For the avoidance of doubt, guests are requested to leave the property in a reasonable condition, consistent with the property's appearance upon arrival.
StayCotswold is a marketing agent and therefore does not own any of the cottages listed on our website. In terms of cleaning and maintenance, the properties within our portfolio are managed by a third party property manager or the property owner – your pre-arrival email will contain confirmation and contact details for the person managing your property. Bookings made via us form a legal agreement directly between you and the property owner.
For bookings commencing more than 8 weeks in advance, a 30% non-refundable deposit is required to confirm the booking. The balance payment is then due 8 weeks prior to arrival.
All payments are made subject to the cancellation policy set out in the standard Booking Conditions.
The Old Post Office is situated in picturesque Ilmington, an unspoilt village benefitting from two popular pubs, The Red Lion and The Howard Arms, a children’s playground and a community run shop and café which sells delicious homemade cakes. Located at the foot of the Ilmington Downs, there are many footpaths up to the top of the escarpment where walkers can enjoy far-reaching views across the Vale of Evesham.
For your shopping essentials, you have the village shop and supermarkets in Shipston-on-Stour and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Ilmington is well-placed for visiting the much-loved Cotswold towns and villages of Chipping Campden, Winchcombe, Broadway, Ebrington and Blockley.