Daisy Chain is the perfect place to spend Christmas with family and friends. It offers great flexible accommodation and wonderful open plan living space which make a fabulous space for entertaining and celebrating. When you arrive at Daisy Chain you will find the house beautifully decorated, and a Christmas Hamper waiting for you. You’ll enjoy wonderful lake views, cosy evenings in front of the wood burning stove and wonderful family meals around the oak table.
Of course, during the week, you also have use of the amazing facilities on the Lower Mill Estate – the Spa, indoor and outdoor heated pools, tennis courts and 550 acre nature reserve to explore. Daisy Chain makes a wonderful base for exploring the Cotswolds, finding cosy country pubs and enjoying country walks.
This review was written by some guests who stayed at Daisy Chain over Christmas 2013
We were 2 families staying for the week over Christmas 2013, we had 4 adults and 4 kids aged 4, 3, 2 and 11 months. The layout of the house worked really well with one family using the bedrooms downstairs and the other upstairs. The house was incredibly well stocked for our needs. The kitchen had a lot of pots, pans, plates and roasting trays (particularly important for our Christmas lunch) and a huge selection of kids plates and cutlery. We really didn’t miss anything, and the oven was big enough for our 5kg turkey! The toys and books for the kids were great, and having the cot, high chair and booster seats was so handy. The location was great, very easy to get to from London, and close to Swindon and Cirencester. We used the indoor pool at the spa a lot, so handy to be able to use that, and I was impressed at how well stocked the cafe/shop was. We managed to do a few walks to local pubs, some very close by that the kids were able to walk to, and having the kids backpack to carry the baby in was so useful We would definitely stay there again. Highly recommend it for families with small kids.
Do contact us if you would like to book to stay at Daisy Chain over Christmas 2017.