Swingletree - Sleeps 2

Nestled in the small hamlet of Maugersbury near Stow-on-the-Wold, in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, Swingletree has its very own character, space and privacy.

Formerly the stables at Park Farm, Swingletree is a very attractive one-level Cotswold stone barn conversion with a vaulted ceiling and exposed roof trusses. Exposed beams, oak floors, Cotswold stone walls and great views are all part Swingletree’s appeal. The cottage is comfortable in all seasons and winter breaks are made especially cosy with the gorgeous wood-burning stove. The patio is perfect for relaxing with a glass or two of your favourite wine while soaking up the warmth and atmosphere of the fire pit where you can throw on a few tasty barbeque treats.

A quiet 600 yard tree-lined footpath leads to the welcoming Bell Inn on the edge of Stow and further on into the market town there are more great restaurants, pubs and coffee houses.

As Swingletree is very much dog friendly dogs can run safely off-lead in a safe paddock next to the cottage and take their owners on good local walks on footpaths, tracks and quiet country lanes! And for very energetic owners, there is a hard tennis court free to use just nearby!

If you have time to go out for the day, there are wonderful gems such as Lower Slaughter, Bourton-on-the-Water, Blenheim Palace, Oxford and Sudeley Castle.


  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Wood burning stove
  • Electric heating throughout
  • Well-equipped kitchen
  • Comfortable slightly-larger-than-standard bed
  • Bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower
  • All inclusive


  • Peaceful country setting
  • Patio with fire-pit barbecue
  • 600 yards to the local pub
  • Adjoining safe paddock for happy dogs
  • Great walks from the cottage door
  • Many lovely places to enjoy a day out
Swingletree Floor Plan

Floor Plan

Swingletree is dog-friendly - read more about our dog-friendly holiday cottage

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Experience a luxury self-catering cottage holiday at Park Farm Holiday Cottages near Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds.

We have completed a Covid-19 Risk Assessment and put in place a new Cleaning Protocol. As a result, we are very happy to say that we have been granted the Good to Go accreditation from VisitEngland. Please click here to read more information. We will be ready to welcome guests as soon as government allows us to do so.

Nestled in the small hamlet of Maugersbury near Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire in the Cotswolds, Swingletree has its own individual character, space and privacy. 

We offer an ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in all seasons and winter breaks are made very special with the gorgeous wood-burning stove.

This lovely area of south-west England mainly comprises Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire, but also extends into parts of Somerset, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire.

Swingletree is situated in Maugersbury, just ½ mile south of Stow-on-the-Wold. A quiet 600 yard path leads to the nearest pub on the edge of Stow and further on into the market town there are more great restaurants, pubs and coffee houses.

If you enjoy walking, Maugersbury is situated on the Macmillan Way, which passes through the wonderful villages of Lower Slaughter to the west and Upper Oddington and Lower Oddington to the east. It is also easy to get to the Oxfordshire Way, Gloucestershire Way and Monarch's Way, all of which lead through beautiful Cotswold villages and countryside. Yet another footpath leads southward from Maugersbury to Icomb and the reward for this effort is the stunning view back towards Stow-on-the-Wold. Of course, your dog can enjoy the walks too because we are very much dog friendly.

Within ten miles of Swingletree there are facilities for golfing, horse riding and fishing. There are many National Trust properties and well-known gardens nearby, as well as famous historic stately homes such as Blenheim Palace and Sudeley Castle. Further afield, you can visit the Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean, Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford and Bath.

Covid 19

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