Pye Corner is a Grade II listed ten bedroom 17th century Cotswold country mansion with extensive gardens, greenhouses and outdoor swimming pool. The perfect house for a large group holiday, the house is typical to the area with touches of Southeast Asian decor, reflecting the owner’s heritage. The open plan kitchen it's also excellent for cooking large meals whilst enjoying views of the garden. It's also a picturesque eight minute walk to the quintessentially Cotswold village of Broadway.
房源空間 Main house has 8 bedrooms and sleeps 16, with 6 bathrooms. Flat has two bedrooms and sleeps four, with shower/ toilet. Please note our flat is available at extra cost of 200 pounds per night. — Five receptions rooms — Brand new kitchen breakfast room — Dining room seats 18 — Two acres of walled & gated gardens — Seasonal heated outdoor swimming pool (May-September) —Eight minute walk to the centre of Broadway — Sky & Apple TV and WiFi throughout — Self-contained two bedroom flat, with separate entrance, available as an additional cost option
For the May Bank Holiday / Half Term, for Christmas and New Year and from the last Friday in June to the last in August there is a minimum seven night stay or rate.
Please note that when we accept two night weekend stays from Friday to Sunday then the checkout time is 12 noon, as it is for mid week two or more night stays except when checkout is a Friday; when the checkout time is 10am to enable us to welcome weekend guests arriving the same day. Week stays the checkout time is 10am.
There is a huge National Lottery funded Activity Park for children in walking distance of the house via footpaths across the fields; with views up to Broadway Tower. Broadway Tower is not just a Georgian Folly – inspired by Capability Brown and designed by James Wyatt and formerly used as a ‘holiday home’ by the likes of William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Edward Burne-Jones – but also houses a nuclear bunker.
And Snowshill Manor, a stunning National Trust Property, is only just over 1 mile from the house; and a little further on is Cotswold Lavender. The barn shop and tea room are open all year round but the best time to visit is between 9th June to 5th August. And Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is also only seven miles down the road.
Jill Carenza Equestrian riding stables are not far away in the village of Stanton, for those who would enjoy a hack across the Cotswold hills or fancy formal dressage lessons. But if you fancy something a little less strenuous, retail therapy is close at hand with beautiful shops to browse in the centre of Broadway; including OKA, Cotswold Trading Company, Sue Parkinson and the Broadway Wine Company.