Of entrepreneur Adam Taylor, The Feathered Nest Inn is really a gourmet bolthole found in the attractive village of Nether Westcote in the middle of the Cotswolds, near the twee Lower Slaughter, the primary village in the latest adaptation of Emma.
You’re never not even close to an attractive village or walk-in the Cotswolds, but should you want to remain local, you are able to meander across the grounds from the 15th century property, that offer unbeatable views from the countryside.
Next to the inn, you’ll find its latest addition, just a little cottage similar to the main one Kate Winslet resides within the Holiday. Referred to as ‘Little House’ around the original deeds from the property, the cosy abode was the previous house for that adjoining Malt House, now referred to as Feathered Nest Country Inn.
It’s filled with the initial period charms, in the stone flooring towards the uncovered fire mantle and wooden beams, but it’s received a contemporary makeover.
While you go into the property, you’ll immediately wish to cosy up through the hearth around the comfy sofa, however you have to create a cuppa within the adjoining country kitchen.
Around the middle floor is really a modern bathroom having a huge standalone bathtub which you’ll wish to absorb for hrs, prior to making the right path towards the luxurious double bed room on top floor, having a super-king-size bed.
If the isn’t a couples getaway for you personally, take it easy, the area can certainly accommodate an additional bed and cot for kids, as well as the sofa within the family room also opens to some sofa bed for further sleeping plans.
Owner Adam Taylor states from the property, ‘The new cottage represents the brand new type of The Feathered Nest, relaxed
luxury in the middle of the Cotswolds. We would have liked to retain because the time charm as you possibly can but additionally ensure we combined this having a modern understated style.’
You cannot go to the Feathered Nest Inn without getting some food, because that’s what it’s most widely known for. Actually, it provides outstanding 3 AA Rosette cuisine and diners can pick from a gourmet tasting menu featuring mouthwatering dishes for example Roasted Orkney Scallops with Brassicas, Gewurztraminer, Ocean Vegetables & Squid Ink and so forth of Chargrilled Venison Loin Salt Baked Parsnip, Sticky Haunch, Black Pudding & Potato Hash, Pumpkin, Pickled Walnut, Venison & Bramble.
In the a la carte menu, visitors can dine on classic dishes such as the Nest Beef Hamburger with Jewel Lettuce, Hamburger Sauce, Toasted Brioche Bun, Mature Cheddar, Smoked Bacon and Nest Chips.
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The Cottage can be obtained for stays Thursday to Monday, it’s family and dog friendly. Rates begin with £465 every night.