A stylishly decorated Cotswold Stone property that comfortably sleeps seven across 4 bedrooms, with three bathrooms (2 ensuite). The house has driveway parking for four cars, a spacious open-plan living area and a large private garden, all within easy walking distance of the centre of the bustling Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water. South Winds has a spacious ground floor double en-suite bedroom that is suitable for people with limited mobility.
South Winds has classic, refined interiors and is a tranquil location just moments from the heart of one of the Cotswolds’ favourite villages, Bourton-on-the-Water. It is the perfect choice for those in search of a quiet country escape with amenities on the doorstep. Close to the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water, romantically known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’ thanks to the River Windrush which flows directly through it, this country hideaway is perfect for guests in search of some peace and quiet.
Boasting bright, spacious interiors, with a wonderful large garden and secluded terrace at its disposal, guests have more than enough room within which to unwind, plus essential off-street parking for four cars on a handy private driveway. Hard to come by in a village as popular as Bourton!
Four bedrooms offer a cosy rest-stop for up to seven guests, with a well-equipped kitchen diner and spacious living room offering more than enough space for entertaining friends and family. With plenty of walks from the door, this is a fantastic base for lovers of the great outdoors looking to explore the Cotswolds. Equally, those who don’t want to move a muscle are well-catered for, thanks to South Winds’ amenities such as TVs, garden and board games, and Bourton-on-the-Water’s host of cafés, restaurants, boutiques and grocery stores, all within a few minutes’ walk of the cottage.
Parking for up to 4 cars
Bed linen, towels and tea towels
Charcoal American Smoker BBQ
Nespresso coffee machine (own pods required)
Outdoor dining area
Luxury Rattan Furniture
Board games and cards
3 bathrooms (2 en-suite)
Double oven and hob
Mixer and blender
Rice cooker and steamer
Sandwich press café style
Bodum French press coffee maker
43” Smart TV
32” Smart TV
JVC stereo Hi-fi / Wifi
Mini Wifi speaker
Travel cot x1
Iron and ironing board
Hairdryers in bedrooms
Many pubs within 1 mile
Many shops within 1 mile
Amenities are within easy reach of South Winds. The nearest major supermarket is Bourton-on-the-Water’s Co-Operative Food, an 18-minute walk or a 4-minute drive away. It is well-stocked with all of the essentials you’ll need during your stay, with an impressive fresh meat and fish offering, local cheeses, French breakfast pastries and fresh baked bread and extensive wines and beers. There’s also a Londis a bit closer to the house, in the High Street, which is again perfect for store cupboard essentials. Bourton-on-the-Water houses some fantastic bakeries for those who like to pick up a fresh loaf in the morning. Further afield, Stow-on-the-Wold’s Tesco Superstore (10-minute drive) is another option.
If you want to take the hassle out of your stay completely, we recommend planning ahead with a grocery delivery; Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons all deliver to the property. For activity lovers, it’s worth mentioning that the cottage sits just a 5-minute walk away from The Cotswold Leisure Centre (everyoneactive.com), a well-equipped centre offering a pay-as-you-visit swimming pool, squash court and fitness studio.
On entering the house, you will be drawn to the light-flooded, open-plan kitchen which leads into the large sun-trap garden. You will be hard-pushed not to immediately want to fling open the double French doors and collapse onto the luxury Rattan furniture (maybe making a G&T on the way!).
The hub of the home is the south-facing downstairs living space, consisting of a spacious living room, cosy snug, open-plan kitchen and dining room. This light-filled area, mainly due to the notable roof lantern, makes it the perfect space to spend time with family or to entertain guests. The natural solid oak dining table and scroll back chairs seat up to ten people, perfect for generations of families or friends to get together.
Two sets of French doors encourage you outside to the flower-bordered, south-facing garden with additional views into the surrounding Cotswold countryside; with a patio, luxury garden furniture and a charcoal American Smoker BBQ – perfect! Grab a blanket from the footstool in the living room when the sun goes down and you can continue to enjoy the outdoors for hours feeling snug. There are many games to be enjoyed inside and out, including poker, cards and dominoes.
South Winds has four bedrooms and three bathrooms that have been lovingly furnished by the owners, to offer all the conveniences of modern day living, making you feel a home.
Downstairs, there is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room which is perfect for people with limited mobility.
Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. The upstairs master double bedroom has an en-suite bath/shower room and the second upstairs double bedroom shares a family shower room with the single bedroom.
There is private parking for four cars on the gravel driveway. Enter through the oak front door into the entrance hall. There you can hang your coats. A travel cot is stored under the staircase. A travel cot and a high chair are stored under the staircase.
Just off the kitchen, the utility room contains a washer dryer. As you enter the room, there is a cupboard for some more storage and where you can find the iron and a hand vacuum cleaner. To the left of the entrance door is a tall cupboard storing a laundry basket, an ironing board, a vacuum cleaner, broom, mop with bucket and a hand brush and dustpan.
Charming entertaining space with roof lantern, solid oak dining table, candelabras, and eight scroll back chairs perfect for getting everyone together. Two arm chairs over an ultra-soft rug in the end of the room provide extra room for those seeking somewhere to chat or a just a comfortable place to read.
Wonderfully bright, fully-equipped, modern kitchen with country cream cupboards and oak worktops. The kitchen also contains a handy wine rack, double oven and electric hob, large fridge-freezer and Nespresso coffee maker (please bring your own pods).
Watch a movie, read a book or just catch up with each other in this sociable living room. It boasts a 43” Smart TV, a large L-shaped sofa with foot stool and two armchairs. Manuals for the main electric and electronic appliances are in a folder in the bookshelf. In the cupboard underneath the bookshelves, on the right hand side, there are many games and board games: puzzle ball, puzzle pyramid, poker set, gravity maze, monopoly, scrabble, playing cards, set of traditional board games & cranium.
Snug / TV Room
Bring your games console and escape to the snug room! 32” Smart TV, comfy sofa, DVD player and stereo.
Bedroom 1 (en-suite)
Through the Snug room you will find a spacious ground floor double en-suite bedroom with views to the front of the property. The room is suitable for people with limited mobility and is finished with beautiful soft furnishings, French Grey bedside cabinets with lamps, a solid grey wardrobe and a stylish en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, vanity mirror and hairdryer.
Bedroom 2 (en-suite)
Turning left at the top of the stairs leads you to the tasteful master bedroom. Furnished with a UK king size/International queen size bed, solid oak bedside cabinets with lamps (tap the base to turn the light on!) and double wardrobe, the room offers spectacular views over the garden and Cotswold countryside beyond. The en-suite is spacious with underfloor heating, a shower over the bath tub, vanity mirror and hair dryer, large sink and mirror and a heated towel rail.
Is a double bedroom with views to the front and side of the cottage; this bedroom shares the family shower room with the single bedroom (bedroom 4). It contains a UK king size/International queen size bed, bedside cabinets with lamps and an open wardrobe.
Is a cute single bedroom with one solid oak bed, bedside cabinet and a single wardrobe. This bedroom shares the family shower room.
Family Shower Room
Good-sized shower room with walk-in shower, heated towel rail, hair dryer and vanity mirror.
Two sets of French doors from the kitchen encourage you outside to the flower-bordered, south-facing garden with additional views into the surrounding Cotswold countryside. With a patio, luxury garden furniture for al fresco dining and a charcoal American Smoker BBQ – you’re all set to enjoy the country life!
Perhaps one of the most famous locations in the Cotswolds, Bourton-on-the-Water is renowned for its pretty waterside views and quaint limestone buildings. We’ve assembled a guide to help you make the most of your time in this picture-perfect village. Bourton-on-the-Water is only 4 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold and straddles the river Windrush with its series of elegant low bridges beside neat tree-shaded greens and tidy stone banks. Standing back from the river are traditional Cotswolds buildings, many of which are now tourist shops for the day-trippers and visitors. Bourton-on-the-Water has been described as the 'Little Venice' of the Cotswolds and is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region being serviced by the many shops, cafe's, and attractions.
Sightseeing & Activities
Bourton-on-the-Water and its surrounds have a plethora of attractions to keep guests of all ages entertained, many of which are within walking distance of South Winds.
No visit to the village would be complete without a visit to the Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection, home to children’s TV favourite Brum; Or if you are feeling adventurous, test your skills in deciphering the clues to find your way out of the Dragonfly Maze; the intricately crafted Model Village is also a must see, as is the wildlife-lovers’ paradise Birdland.
Slightly further afield, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is a firm favourite for families and animal lovers, as is the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens. Sudeley Castle & Gardens in the old town of Winchcombe is steeped in history with a connection to Henry VIII and also offers lot of fun for kids in its playgrounds.
For (little and big) kids
The Dragonfly Maze
(8-minute walk from South Winds)
A traditional yew hedge maze with an added twist! Can you solve the riddle to reveal the hidden Golden Dragonfly? An exciting participation game for all the family!
Birdland is a natural setting of woodland, river and gardens, which is inhabited by over 500 birds (swans, pelicans, flamingos, hornbills, cranes, storks, cassowary, pigeons, owls and many more) with the only group of King Penguins in England, Wales and Ireland. More than 50 aviaries, open enclosures and a Desert House, where you will see a display of fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects in the Discovery Zone. There is also the Penguin Café, indoor and outdoor Picnic areas, an indoor and outdoor play areas, Gift Shop and much more.
The Model Village
The Model Village is a one-ninth scale replica of the heart of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water, containing all the buildings from the Old Water Mill down to the Old New Inn and the ford.
Cotswold Motoring Museum & Toy Collection
Cotswold Motoring Museum’s collections are full of vehicles, toys and memorabilia from a bygone age. Maybe you’ll find a classic car just like the one you learned to drive in, or a vintage motorbike that reminds you of the one you used to ride. You’ll find children’s TV star Brum here too. He lives in the museum and it’s from here that he headed out on every one of his exciting adventures.
Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park
(10-minute drive from South Winds)
Sitting in the heart of the Cotswolds, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park has a long-standing reputation for a fun-filled day out. Visitors of all ages can interact closely with the animals and learn about farming, past and present. As the home of rare breed conservation, visitors can meet over 50 flocks and herds of farm animals, including Gloucestershire Old Spot Pigs and Highland cattle. The touch Barn and Demonstration Barn can be enjoyed all year round, as they are undercover and protected from the elements. With an adventure playground, Farm Safari, Maze, Tractor School, Sand pits and Jumping pillows, there’s lots of entertainment for children of all ages. The on-site restaurant, serving seasonal food and Adam’s own beer, is a hit with the adults.
Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens
Stroll around the Park and get eye-to-eye with Giraffe, watch Rhinos graze on the Manor House lawns, walk with Lemurs, ride on the train or explore the adventure playground.
Bibury Trout Farm
Budding fisherpersons can try the 'Catch Your Own' Fishery - an ideal opportunity to fish for your supper or get hooked on a new hobby. All equipment is provided and the staff are always on hand if you need them.
Lechlade & Bushyleaze Trout Fisheries
Experienced fly fishers can practice or those wanting to learn can get tuition for Fly fishing; tackle shop & equipment for hire on site
Sudeley Castle & Gardens
The Castle’s rooms and exhibits contain many fascinating treasures, from ancient Roman times to the present day. Outside, it is surrounded by a breathtaking 1,200 acre estate and ten award-winning gardens. The whole family can explore the castle’s fascinating past and enjoy a host of exciting events throughout the year. Children will love scaling the wooden fort and whizzing on the zip wire in the famed Adventure Playground, as well as tackling the brand new 10-piece assault course.
Cowley Manor Spa
(25-minute drive from South Winds)
If you’re in need of a little maintenance, Cowley Manor is a secluded and tranquil venue to escape and relieve yourself from the stresses of everyday life. The award-winning spa has two swimming pools, a steam room, sauna and relaxation area. In the summertime, recline on the sun loungers by the outdoor heated pool and enjoy the bar and full waiter service on offer. There’s also a full range of treatments available using Cowley Manor’s very own nurturing Green & Spring products.
The Greenway Spa
Whether you’re looking for a peaceful getaway for two or just some ‘me time’, head to The Greenway Spa for some preening, pampering, and polishing. The spa has a selection of treatment rooms, a sauna, steam room, samarium and alfresco hot tub – providing a little slice of quiescent heaven within the Cotswolds. After a hard day’s rejuvenation, enjoy a glass of fizz and a tasty supper at the Orchard Brassiere overlooking the spa gardens.
For the nature lovers
(18-minute drive from South Winds)
The 56-acre arboretum at Batsford is situated just a mile west of the historic market town of Moreton-in-Marsh in the heart of the Cotswolds. A former home to the famous Mitford family, interest in the arboretum begins in late winter when the snowdrops, aconites and early flowering daffodils spring into life, followed by magnolias, hellebores, fritillaries and the beautiful Japanese ornamental cherries – stars of the show from late March until mid-April. The handkerchief tree is another show-stopper in May, as are the beautiful wildflower meadows which bloom in high summer.
Pittville Park & Imperial Gardens
Opened in 1825, Cheltenham's largest ornamental park includes playgrounds, a boating lake and an aviary. Imperial Gardens, which can be found at the rear of the Town Hall, were originally planted out for the exclusive use of the subscribers to the Sherborne Spa. The spa was constructed in 1818 on the site now occupied by the Queens Hotel. Over the intervening years, the gardens have undergone many changes, with the formal style you now see being laid out just after the second world war. Each year, approximately 25,000 bedding plants are used to produce the magnificent floral displays enjoyed by thousands of visitors every year.
During the summer months, Imperial Gardens becomes host to many outdoor events and festivals including the Literature, Jazz, Science and Music Festivals.
Cotswolds Walks - Walks in the Cotswolds
Bourton on the Water Restaurants and Attractions - Bourton Info
Smack bang in the middle of the glorious countryside of the rolling Cotswold hills, keen walkers have plenty of choice when it comes to walks that lead straight from the village centre; just a few minutes stroll from South Winds. A wonderful circular village walk, leading from the village’s Visitor Information Centre, is highly recommended and allows you to get to grips with Bourton-on-the-Water’s rich heritage, taking you past key sites, buildings and monuments as you stroll. For those keen to explore the surrounding villages, a circular walk following the Windrush and Gloucestershire Ways through to the villages of Upper and Lower Slaughter offers a gentle pace that totals 4 miles in distance; perfect for those not looking for anything too strenuous. More hard-core rambling fans should give the 9-mile circular trek from Bourton through Naunton and the Slaughters a go. Starting at Victoria Street’s Visitor Centre, this picturesque walk takes you through lush fields, chocolate-box villages and along the flowing River Windrush, with Naunton acting as a perfectly-placed pit-stop half way round to relax and refuel….Maybe you feel like walking a bit of the Cotswold Way which runs 100 miles from Chipping Campden via some wonderful Cotswold sites like Broadway Tower, Hailes Abbey, Sudeley Castle and Iron Age Hill Forts on Cleeve Hill above Cheltenham all the way down to Bath… Browse our guidebooks and we are sure that you will find the perfect walk for you!
Bourton-on-the-Water Football Match
(10-minute walk from South Winds)
August bank holiday will see the usually tranquil River Windrush taken over by two teams of lively football players, battling it out for victory in the annual Bourton-on-the-Water Football in the River match. Transforming the tranquil grassy banks of the river, hundreds of spectators are expected to congregate once again on bank holiday Monday. Braving the chilly waters will be two six-a-side teams who promise the crowds plenty of entertainment and an opportunity to shout loud, and with splashing all part of the fun, frontline spectators are expected to get wet! Perfect for some harmless entertainment and sporting action, this Gloucestershire event is one not to be missed.
(25-minute drive from South Winds)
Between the months of May and October Cheltenham hosts renowned festivals of Jazz, Science, Music and Literature (see also Cheltenham Imperial Gardens above).
Cheltenham racecourse, the jewel in Jump racing's crown, plays host to the best jumping action in the world from 350 spectacular acres in the lee of the beautiful Cotswold hills. Whether you're here on a crisp bright October day or a balmy evening in May, you'll feel that unmistakeable Cheltenham magic. The racing, the setting, the tradition and history, the shared sense of enjoyment all combine to give everyone, from those sampling our finest hospitality to the racegoers on the course, an experience they'll never forget.
For bigger kids only
The Cotswold Clay Club and Shooting School
(10-minute drive from South Winds)
The Cotswold Clay Club and Shooting School is located in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold Countryside. It is open every day to everyone from novices, to experienced shots and also for shooting experiences.
Naunton Downs Golf Club
Naunton Downs Golf Club is an 18 hole, par 71 golf course, situated in a beautiful area of outstanding Cotswold countryside just a few miles from Bourton-on-the-Water. The course was designed keeping the natural features and landscape in mind, and offers a challenge to suit golfers of all ages and abilities. Naunton Downs Golf Club has thriving men’s, ladies’, senior’s and junior’s sections. All 18 holes are open with main greens in use. Trolleys and buggies are allowed. Naunton Downs is dry and playable during most of the winter period and is rarely closed.
Burford Golf Club
Burford golf course offers easy walking along sheltered tree lined fairways with few hills. At a length of 6,401 yards, the course is particularly challenging yet rewarding for golfers of all experience levels and handicaps. There are buggies and trolleys available for hire and as the course enjoys good drainage, it is playable all year round.
The Cotswold Distillery
The Cotswolds Distillery is the first-ever full-scale craft distillery within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). They produce a range of "Outstanding Natural Spirits", including the first-ever Cotswolds Single Malt Whisky, featuring Cotswolds-grown barley. They also produce the award-winning Cotswolds Dry Gin, featuring local lavender from Snowshill, along with a range of small-batch brandies and liqueurs. They’re located in the unspoilt North Cotswold village of Stourton, close to both Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon. There are tours and tastings every day of the week (advance booking required).
Bourton-on-the-Water is jam-packed full of quaint cafés, restaurants and traditional pubs to enjoy, all within a gentle stroll of South Winds' front door. There is a remarkable range of options for a town the size of Bourton, from finer dining through gastro pubs, traditional tea rooms and pub grub, to artisan bakeries and later-opening takeaways. The Rose Tree, for example, has had a good reputation with the locals for many years, which continues with the current owners for their fresh seasonal produce; the Kingsbridge and the Old Manse both have great locations and outside space by the river and are always busy; the more recent arrival the Bakery on the Water is very popular, and the Indian and Chinese takeaways have been serving late diners for decades….and there are several enticing options in the nearby villages too as below. We recommend booking tables in the restaurants in advance.
An afternoon tea lover’s dream, Bourton-on-the-Water has options galore to satisfy your sweet tooth. Smiths of Bourton is a firm favourite amongst locals and visitors alike; a quintessential Cotswolds tearoom in every sense from the outside, serving up a freshly-baked menu of sweet and savoury treats as well as traditional afternoon teas. For fans of the artisan scene, Bakery on the Water is somewhat of an under the radar riverside gem, offering up delicious fresh pastries, brunch dishes, tasty sandwiches and baked goodies, freshly made each day using the finest of ingredients.
In Upper Slaughter is Lords of the Manor, which offers an award-winning fine dining experience that comes highly recommended (albeit with a price tag to match), as does The Slaughters Manor House, a 17th century manor house with the award-winning restaurant in its Orangery, with an exquisite locally-inspired menu created by chef Nik Chappell. Nearby Stow-on-the-Wold also boasts its fair share of dining establishments well-worth a visit, including the laid-back Sheep on Sheep Street, with its sourdough pizza specialities and The Old Butchers, a hugely popular eatery where booking is highly recommended – some eateries take on-line reservations.
Smiths of Bourton
Victoria Street, Bourton-on-the-Water
(13-minute walk from South Winds)
+44 1451 821401
Slightly set back from the river, you’ll find friendly staff, quirky décor and cakes to die for. If you can’t decide which cake you’d like, go for the antipasti and get three small(ish) slices of different cakes!
The Rose Tree
+44 1451 820635
The Restaurant is a grade II listed cottage, where the menu is traditional British and Continental. We have a large outside sitting area facing the river, so you can sit outside in the sunshine when the water is warm too. The Rose Tree is run by husband and wife team David & Monika, who are the proud owners of the Rose Tree since June 2017. Our philosophy is to provide full-flavoured food from the freshest seasonal produce.
Bakery on the Water
+44 1451 822748
A small family run artisan bakery, located in the heart of the Cotswolds in Bourton-on-the-Water, by the River Windrush. In the morning the bakery and café will be filled with the smell of delicious morning pastries, croissants and freshly brewed coffee.
Up to around 11.00am we can rustle something up, be it a pastry or eggs on our freshly toasted bread. There is a range of sandwiches, quiche, pasties and more to satisfy the lunchtime rush. Scones are baked throughout the day for ‘Afternoon Tea’ which we are happy to serve as soon as the first scones come out of the oven. Or, if you prefer to eat by the River Windrush, they can pack you a picnic lunch to go.
The Slaughters Manor House
(8-minute drive from South Winds)
+44 1451 820456
The restaurant has the light, clean lines of a contemporary Orangery complemented by crisp, white table linen and the original stonework of the Chapel’s open fireplace.Celebrating the finest produce the Cotswolds has to offer, the team of skilled chefs create tantalising menus filled with flavour, using regionally sourced and freshly foraged ingredients, perfectly matched by the sommelier’s wine selections.
Lords of the Manor
+44 1451 820243
An established culinary destination and a much sought-after fine dining Cotswolds restaurant, at Lords of the Manor we combine excellent service and decadent dishes to deliver a truly special dining experience. Listed in the Sunday Times’ Top 100 restaurants in Britain, and named as one of the Top 20 Most Romantic Dining Rooms by The Times and consistently recognised by the Good Food Guide, you truly don’t want to miss out on experiencing the finest restaurant in the Cotswolds.
Sheep on Sheep Street, Stow
+44 1451 830344
Watch your freshly made pizza cook on the in the wood-fired oven. Eat in the restaurant at a table for a traditional style of dining or our full length bar for a more casual feel. Families are welcome with the bespoke children’s menu. Weather permitting, you can also enjoy your diner the garden. The feature fireplace will keep you warm in the cold evenings.
The Old Butchers, Stow
+44 1451 831700
A former butcher's shop turned it into one of the most popular restaurants in The Cotswolds. with casual dining, a warm and inviting atmosphere and an extensive menu to suit all tastes, The Old Butchers is a must-stop for anyone travelling to or through Stow on the Wold.
Other suggested places:
For breakfast, light lunch and snacks
The Cornish Bakery
(12-minute walk from South Winds)
+44 1451 810624
For bread, pasties, pastries, paninis & sandwiches, coffee and more.
Mary’s Rest Tearoom & Café
+44 1451 798941
The menu includes home made quiches, soups, scones and cakes, a range of freshly made sandwiches, paninis, baguettes & jacket potatoes.
For lunch & dinner
(13-minute walk from South Winds)
+44 1451 820286
The menu is created using authentic ingredients, traditional cooking methods and as much locally supplied ingredients as possible. You will find Italian cooking at its best – fresh pizza dough is made daily, homemade breads and delicious pan cooked pasta and risotto dishes cooked to order. Accompanied by a full wine list and many Italian classics like garlic ciabatta, caprese salad and of course home made Tiramisu to name just a few!
The Mousetrap Inn
+ 44 1451 820579
The menus vary from dawn to dusk, with options from a Full English breakfast to avocado on toast, smoothies, toasted sandwiches and salads to a full three course dinner. It specialises in British style tapas, small dishes that you can mix and match and share; and fantastic special main course dishes using premium fresh produce from the best of the local area and closest seaports.
The Lamb Inn, Great Rissington
(5-minute drive from South Winds)
+44 1451 820388
Offers the best of local produce for a real taste of The Cotswolds from traditional Sunday roasts to luscious dishes of local game or fish.
The Plough Inn, Cold Aston
(the owner’s favourite in the area, probably because he grew up in Cold Aston and still meets someone he knows every time he goes there)
+44 1451 822602
Nestled in the small Cotswold village of Cold Aston between Cheltenham and Bourton-on-the-Water is The Plough Inn, a true country pub. A firm favourite with the locals and run by locals, The Plough Inn offers a warm welcome, real ales, cracking wines and delicious home cooked freshly prepared food. With its old Cotswold flagstones, original beams and a roaring fire you can lose yourself in the history of this grade 2 listed 17th Century Inn whilst relaxing and creating a base to explore the North Cotswolds and beyond. Food is important at The Plough Inn being one of Nick and Laura's biggest passions. Top quality locally produce ingredients are used to create delicious freshly prepared home.
The Wild Rabbit, Kingham
The Wild Rabbit supports British farmers and artisan producers and our menu reflects this. The award winning kitchen uses the finest seasonal ingredients to create dishes that celebrate traditional British cooking with a contemporary twist.
Aroma Indian Restaurant Takeaway
(11-minute walk from South Winds)
Bringing the finest in Indian, Tandoori and Bangladeshi cuisine to Bourton on the Water. Beautifully crafted dishes, with fresh food herbs and spices, from experienced chefs and served to your table in their cosy restaurant. Or order it hot ready for your collection and takeaway.
China Town Restaurant
+44 1451 821818
Good variety of Chinese food for eat in the restaurant or take away. Generous portions and decent prices.
Drinks & Nightlife
The Kingsbridge Inn
(12-minute walk from South Winds)
+44 1451 824119
Riverside, stone-built pub with a decked beer garden, pub grub plus weekly poker and quiz nights.
Old Manse Hotel Restaurant
Victoria Street, Bourton-on-the-Water
+44 1451 820082
Overlooking the river Windrush, you can enjoy a traditional English menu and a great range of real ales, premium lagers and fine wines.
The Duke of Wellington
(15-minute walk from South Winds)
+44 1451 820539
The Duke of Wellington is a family pub located in the centre of the village of Bourton-on-the-Water where you can enjoy a good drink while relax and enjoy the beautiful view.
(toll free - police, ambulance & firefighters) 999
Co-Operative Food - Station Rd, Bourton-on-the-Water GL54 2EP
Londis - Cotswold Court, High St, Bourton-on-the-Water GL54 2AQ
Tesco Superstore - Fosse Way, Stow-On-The-Wold GL54 1BX
Ocado, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Morrisons home delivery available
Bourton-on-the-Water Private Hire - +44 1451 822190
Call Bobby Private Hire - +44 7801 255554
Limozena Taxis - +44 1451 820972
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