Cotswold CharmDistilled Elegance

Discover Distilled Retreats where luxury meets tradition in our two privately owned cottages, offering unique escapes with a touch of local heritage. Perfect for those seeking serene beauty and a personal touch in England’s storied countryside.

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Distilled Retreats offer two privately owned cottages, each crafted to provide an exceptional stay in the Cotswolds. Whether you choose the quaint charm of Merland Cottage or the elegant spaciousness of No. 10 Park Street, each setting promises a unique blend of Cotswold character with modern luxury. Embark on a retreat where each detail is refined to enhance your experience.

Merland Cottage

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No. 10 Park Street

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Enjoy Our Gift to You

For each stay at Distilled Retreats, we enhance your experience with a complimentary bottle of local Gin. This thoughtful touch introduces you to the unique flavours of the Cotswolds, celebrating the region’s rich heritage in artisanal spirit production. Enjoy this gift as our way of saying thank you and making your visit truly memorable.

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FrequentlyAsked Questions

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  • What is the maximum occupancy for each cottage?

    No. 10 Park Street comfortably accommodates up to 6 guests across 3 bedrooms, while Merland Cottage is perfect for up to 4 guests in 2 bedrooms. Please refer to our listings for detailed room configurations.

  • What are the check-in and check-out times?

    Check-in is available from 3:00 PM, and check-out is by 10:00 AM. If you require early check-in or late check-out, please let us know in advance, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs subject to availability.

Discover stow-on-the-wold: A cotswold gem

Stow-on-the-Wold boasts a vibrant history dating back to the Norman era, flourishing through the centuries as a key trading and meeting centre, thanks to its position on the Roman Fosse Way. The town’s Market Square, surrounded by townhouses, antique centres, and cosy cafes built in the mellow Cotswold stone, hints at its past significance. Notably, Stow-on-the-Wold was the site of the final battle of the English Civil War, where the Royalist army was defeated, adding a layer of historical intrigue to its streets and structures.

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