Foxes Manor is a Grade II listed 16th century Cotswolds Manor House and the oldest house in the village, the main building dating back nearly four hundred years, and the 'new' wing being added about a hundred years later. The house retains nearly all its original oak
beams and floorboards, plus four substantial open fireplaces, two of which are available for guests to use.
With the inclusion of mullioned stone windows, oak paneling, and a priest hole you have one of the most
intriguing and evocative Jacobean houses in the region.
The house stands in its own (pet friendly) tranquil stone-walled
garden overlooked by a two hundred year old yew tree yet is less than a minute walk from the heart of the
village, via it's own private gate. Bourton-on-the-Water, known as the 'Venice of the Cotswolds', boasts a wealth of attractions,
including a famous model village, motor museum, perfumery and bird sanctuary, plus a host of pubs,
restaurants and shops.
However, the undisputed jewel is the River Windrush, which flows through the centre of the village flanked by the village green, and crossed by no less than five stone bridges. The village is
well served with a post office, two supermarkets, a library, and village pubs all within a few minutes walk
of the house. Riding is available at a local stable at one end of the village, and there are extensive
fishing lakes at the other.
Whether you want to bring your family together in the perfect English location, explore the heart of the English countryside, or just relax with friends in our 'al fresco' hot tub, Foxes Manor is the perfect Cotswolds location for your celebrations, holidays and rural retreats.