Uley near Nailsworth, Gloucestershire
Uley 1 mile. Set on the Owlpen Manor Estate in the Owlpen Valley, these Gloucestershire cottages sit in peaceful surroundings rich in wildlife. This is a traditional livestock farm, producing home-reared organic meat and renowned for country pursuits. These Gloucestershire cottages are listed buildings, retaining original features with exposed beams, stone and wood flooring and antique furniture. Grist Mill houses original shutes, hursts and traps from its working days; character and charm with contemporary furnishings. Court House adjoins the gardens of the manor house, and the original loggia is transformed into a dining room with views of the manor and gardens. Both picturesque Gloucestershire cottages have a private garden area overlooking beautiful countryside, with Grist Mill boasting a mill pond and a brook running alongside. The 16th century manor gardens, occasionally open to the public, are set on five hanging terraces. Many lovely estate walks can be enjoyed from these Gloucestershire cottages. Visit Tetbury, Bath, Cirencester and Cheltenham, the Wye Valley, Royal Forest of Dean or many historic houses and NT properties.
This charming Grade I listed Gloucestershire holiday cottage offers accommodation over three floors, with a ground floor kitchen with dining area, a first floor cosy sitting room and a double bedroom. The second floor boasts a further 4' double bedroom and two single beds under the eaves, suitable only for children. A wonderful family Gloucestershire cottage set in beautiful countryside. Note: This property can be booked with Ref.16663, together they accommodate 12.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x second floor children's twin under the eaves, 1 x second floor 4' double, divided by curtain. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area (seats 4). First floor sitting room (seats 4). Note: The second floor twin is only suitable for children aged between 4-14 years old.
Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, credit card pay phone, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking for 2 cars. Garden with sun terrace and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 10 mins walk. Note: This property has a narrow, steep spiral staircase leading to first floor and narrow, steep stairs to second floor. Note: Some restricted headroom on second floor and in second floor double due to sloping ceilings. Note: This property is not suitable for the elderly, infirm or children under 4 years old. Note: There is no mobile phone coverage at the property. Note: Max 4 people.
At a glance
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
About the location
Nailsworth 6 miles; Stroud 8 miles.
The ancient village of Uley lies in a peaceful wooded valley, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Uley has a traditional village pub, village green and its own brewery and offers numerous lovely walks and cycle routes. An award-winning farmer's market can be enjoyed at nearby Stroud and a visit to the Fairtrade town of Nailsworth is a must, with its individual shops, art galleries and an annual spring music and craft festival. Dursely offers a beautiful pillared Georgian Market House, dating back to 1738, which hosts many traditional markets and 'The Old Spot Pub' regularly voted Gloucestershire's Real Ale Pub of the year. The vibrant town of Minchinhampton offers antique shops, traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes perfect for an afternoon stroll in a beautiful setting. Nearby, Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons, managed by the National Trust cover over 500 acres and offer far-reaching views, ideal for walkers and cyclists. The commons are also home to three golf courses and the historic Winstones Ice Cream Factory. The ancient town of Tetbury is nearby, with it's Royal connections is considered one of the most beautiful towns in the Cotswolds. The waterfront city of Gloucester is close by as are the towns of Cirencester and Cheltenham.