Alex Jones has spent the weekend in a beautiful country cottage in the Cotswolds with her husband Charlie Thomson, his parents, and her son Teddy. The One Show host and her family paid a visit to Countryfile Live in the grounds of nearby Blenheim Palace before retreating to their cottage, which had its own private garden and barbecue - ideal for enjoying the summer weather.
Sharing a series of photos from the cottage on Instagram, Alex wrote: "Thanks for having us @bruern_cottages. A lovely final weekend with the parents in law. #countryfilelive and then a bit of R&R in the #cotswolds was just the ticket."
Alex Jones stayed in a cottage in the Cotswolds with her family
The cottage definitely looked to be the perfect place to relax, and was located on a site with a spa, swimming pool and gym, as well as an adventure playground and Wendy House where her young son Teddy would have been able to play.
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Its base in Bruern, Chipping Norton, was also ideally located for Alex and her family to go out exploring the local countryside. Alex shared a photo from nearby Bruern Abbey, telling her followers: "Country walking feels so good for the old soul. #cotswolds."
The TV presenter shared photos from her getaway on Instagram
Their weekend culminated with a meal at The Wild Rabbit, a pub in Chipping Norton that promises locally-sourced, seasonal food in a relaxed setting. "Perfect end to the weekend," Alex captioned a photo taken from outside the pub.
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Alex has been enjoying some quality time with friends and family during the summer, and recently took her son on a day out to Ruislip Lido Railway, where the toddler could indulge his passion for trains. Alex took to Instagram Stories to share a gorgeous photo of Teddy running down the path, and wrote on the image: "A very excited little boy. Thomas the Tank Engine is his first true love." In another photo, Alex's mum and a family member were pictured looking on in awe at the railway track at the popular family attraction. "Ted is obsessed with 'choos' so Ruislip miniature railway was a perfect morning out," she wrote.