The development is located at the southern end of the village where Stratford Road meets Buckle Street, an ancient Roman Road. There is excellent road access from Honeybourne north to the Shakespearean town of Stratford-upon-Avon (12.5 miles), west to the historic riverside town of Evesham (6.2 miles), east to the small market town of Chipping Campden (5.2 miles) and south to the Cotswold village of Broadway (5.7 miles). There is a main line railway station served by the Great Western Railway, which travels directly south-east to London Paddington, within 2 hours, and north-west to the City of Worcester, in 30 minutes.
The village historically was two separate parishes, Cow Honeybourne and Church Honeybourne, which were united in 1958. The current village now comprises of two local pubs, the Gate Inn and the 13th century Thatched Tavern, the village hall, nursery, primary school, two churches, a convenience store, post office, fish and chip shop, Chinese takeaway, garage, pottery shop and recreation park.
2 bedroom Detached Bungalow - Sold STC
St Ecgwins Gardens is an exclusive development by Thomas Pilade Construction of five luxury 2 and 3 bedroom high quality bungalows in the sought after village of Honeybourne. The development is in a secluded village location with the most attractive views towards the Cotswold Hills, the adjoining co