After an unplanned 5 week break from blogging, I am back and playing catch up. I’d intended to blog all about our Christmas, how I decorate our home, wreath making (which I never even got round to) and just like that it’s January 5th and I did none of the above. Oops!
Anyway, I’d planned on sharing our trips to the Cotswolds with you at some point and this has been for the first chance I’ve had since the madness of everything Christmas. I’m always looking for places to stay with friends and family so perhaps the next couple of blog posts will inspire you whether it be a small or large group of people.
At the end of November me, my sister and two of our oldest friends stayed at the Little Cotswold Cottage near Chipping Norton for a winter/birthday break. I took so many pictures to share with you all so that you can see just how gorgeous it was. It reminded me a little of the cottage from ‘The Holiday’ particularly inside so of course we cosied up one night and watched the film.
My sister and I took the bedroom on the top floor and it did not disappoint. It was so so cosy with a BATH at the end of the bed. Sadly I didn’t get chance to use it but I’d imagine it’s pure bliss.
I mean look at it! I also loved the title/wood combination.
Our first night we indulged in fish and chips accompanied by copious amounts of red wine.
I fell in love with the interiors. The owner has really put her touch on the cottage which made it feel so homely.
Day two we paid Daylesford visit. It’s also a must when I’m in the area but particularly this time with it being showered in Christmas decorations.
Their range of fresh fruit and veg always looks divine!
I couldn’t resist one of their lavender scented candles for my bedroom.
After a pot of tea and mooch around Daylesford we visited Stow on the Wold for a bite to eat and a mulled wine.
I follow Meggie’s on Instagram so couldn’t resist a little mooch around her gorgeous shop.
The Gorgeous cottage!