UK: The Feathered Nest Inn, located in the village of Nether Westcote in the Cotswolds, has added a new cottage to its room offering.
The new property, known as Little House on the original deeds, sits within the grounds of the 15th century inn, which was formerly known as the Malt House.
It features a double bedroom on the top floor with space for an extra bed and cot, a lounge with sofa bed, bathroom and kitchenette. It is available for stays Thursday to Monday and is also dog friendly.
Owner, Adam Taylor, said: “The new cottage represents the new style of The Feathered Nest – relaxed luxury in the heart of the Cotswolds. We wanted to retain as much of the period charm as possible but also ensure we combined this with a modern understated style.”
The Feathered Nest Inn offers four individually designed guest rooms and the newly refurbished cottage. The main restaurant, a three AA Rosette venue, is led by head chef Matt Weedon. Menus range from a six-course tasting menu to a la carte and afternoon tea.
Head barman and lead mixologist Rui Duarte serves traditional and modern cocktails. The bar offers 280 varieties of wine, including many from small vineyards which work exclusively with The Feathered Nest in the UK.