Character Cottages announces "The Crook" in Stow-on-the-Wold

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Cotswolds holiday letting company, Character Cottages, today announces "The Crook" as part of its portfolio of Cotswold Cottages. This stylish, four-bedroomed holiday home is available for holiday lets for up to eight guests.

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The Crook is a beautiful, Grade II listed house, dating back to the 18th century and located in the heart of the quintessential English market town of Stow-on-the-Wold.

Cotswolds holiday letting company, Character Cottages, today announces "The Crook" as part of its portfolio of Cotswold Cottages. This stylish, four-bedroomed holiday home is available for holiday lets for up to eight guests.

Kimberley Pinto, a customer adviser with Character Cottages, says: "The Crook is a beautiful, Grade II listed house, dating back to the 18th century and located in the heart of the quintessential English market town of Stow-on-the-Wold."

Whilst there are many Cotswold holiday cottages to rent, The Crook stands out due to its wealth of character features, including wooden beams, flagstone floors, exposed walls and fireplaces. Complementing these period features, The Crook has been decorated, furnished and equipped in a warm and contemporary style, making the house a perfect holiday choice for families or groups of friends.

About Character Cottages
Character Cottages is a specialist holiday lettings business established to help second home owners generate substantial profits, whilst still enjoying the benefits of owning a country retreat. Our mission is to enhance the traditional holiday let process, by providing guests with first class customer service, flexible length breaks and flexible start dates, in hand picked, luxury country homes.

To find out more about how Character Cottages can meet the holiday letting requirements of owners and guests, visit http://www.character-cottages.com, e-mail: guests(at)character-cottages(dot)com or phone: +44 (0) 8456 80 80 29.

Character Cottages, for your holiday letting services in the Cotswolds.

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