The new Cotswolds Holiday Home will open for bookings on 7th December 2021 at 7pm
We are busy getting the house ready for Members to use from January 2022, the work is well underway and we’re sure the property will be marvellous!
We’re pleased to let you know that online bookings will open on 7th December 2021 at 7pm. Members will be able to book the house over a 24-month period for a week from 1st January 2022.
Members who have never had a booking for one of the Holiday Homes will be given the first opportunity to book. That means that when bookings open on 7th December 2021 for the initial 2 weeks, only Members who haven’t previously made a booking via the website will be able to book. On 21st December 2021 at 7pm, the remaining available weeks will be open to all Members for booking. However, due to the very high demand, the available weeks will be booked up quickly, so make sure that you don’t miss out.
Before you make a booking, please take the time to read the Holiday Home ‘Terms and Conditions. You can view these on the ‘About the Holiday Homes’ section of the Trust website or click on the link Terms & Conditions.
Lastly, there are some specific points we’d like to highlight:-
1 Silverwood is a two-storey house situated in the pretty village of Great Rissington which lies within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is close to the local market town of Stow-on-the-Wold and the historic town of Bourton-on-the-Water.
2 One well-behaved dog will be allowed at this property. Please see the terms and conditions that apply before you make a booking.
3 To make sure as many Members as possible are able to book this Holiday Home, the maximum stay in this house will be 1 week per year.
4 Members are not permitted to swap, sell or sublet any Trust Holiday Homes.
5 There is no disabled access to this property.
Please let us know if you’re not going to go to the Holiday Home for any reason. If you don’t show up or you tell us at very short notice, we aren’t able to give another Member the opportunity to use the Holiday Home, the property sits empty and you may be prevented from using a Holiday Home again in the future.0 comments Back to News