A cosy semi-detached, stone-built studio barn conversion overlooking a duck pond, within the grounds of the owner’s home, surrounded by six acres of landscaped garden, in the village of Hinton and just 12 miles from the wonderful city of Bath.
This superb studio cottage offers ideal accommodation for a couple who wish to explore this delightful part of the country.
Set over the ground floor, this welcoming studio has an open plan layout with a king-size double bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area with warming open fire in one room, along with a separate shower room in another.
After touring the area, this excellent studio holiday home is the perfect place to return to where you can pour a refreshing drink and warm yourself up in front of the open fire.
On a sunny evening why not take advantage of the small front patio area, which overlooks the duck pond and enjoy a spot of alfresco dining whilst the sun sets on another lovely Gloucestershire day?
Take a walk into the pretty village of Hinton where you will find a charming pub serving good food and real ales, whilst less than three miles away is the larger village of Pucklechurch, which offers a bakery, shop and Post Office.
There’s plenty to see and do in the area including visiting pretty unspoilt villages, such as Lacock and Castle Coombe, plus with Badminton House, Westonbirt Arboretum, many National Trust properties, as well as Bristol and Bath within reach means that there’s something to suit all tastes.
A quality studio cottage that can be enjoyed all year round.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 906598, together they sleep 4.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with king-size double bed, kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Shared on-site games room with full-size snooker table and table tennis.
About the location
Bath 11.5 miles; Bristol 15.5 miles.
The pretty village of Hinton lies in idyllic south Gloucestershire countryside, and boasts a traditional village pub serving excellent food and real ale. Many lovely walks and cycle routes can be enjoyed from the village, with the Cotswold Way and Monarch's Way running close by. Nearby, Dyrham Park, owned by the National Trust, offers 270 acres of ancient parkland, with breathtaking views, landscaped gardens, a beautiful 17th century mansion, tea room and historic herd of fallow deer. Also close by, the thriving village of Pucklechurch boasts a Grade I listed church, bakery, village store and post office. Badminton House and estate, home of the famous horse trials, is just a short drive away, as is the World Heritage city of Bath, offering something for everyone including stunning Georgian architecture, music festivals, Roman baths, unique shops, restaurants and the Thermae Bath Spa, Britain's only natural spa where you can indulge yourself under a starlit sky. The city of Bristol has a large number of museums featuring outstanding collections of art and archaeology, geology and natural history. Step on board the world's first great ocean liner, Brunel's SS Great Britain, in Bristol's historic Harbourside. An easy drive takes you to the picturesque village of Castle Coombe, well known for its car racing track, and the quaint National Trust village of Lacock, used in the filming of the BBC serial Cranford. Malmesbury, with its 12th century Benedictine Abbey, The Cotswold Water Park, Westonbirt Arboretum and the Royal Forest of Dean all make a lovely day out.
Note: Babes-in-arms only.