A fabulous terraced stone-built Gloucestershire holiday cottage set in a lovely rural location in the hamlet of Swells Hill, three miles from the town of Nailsworth and twelve miles from Gloucester.
Beautifully furnished, this magnificent cottage has been thoughtfully renovated combining exposed stone walls with modern contemporary comforts to provide delightful accommodation.
The cottage boasts a sitting room with a dining area, a cosy woodburning stove and doors that lead out onto the south-facing patio and garden.
There is also a well-equipped fitted kitchen, three charming bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and a bathroom with underfloor heating.
The terraced cottage garden offers the perfect place to light the barbecue and dine alfresco after a full day exploring the area.
There are many lovely walks, cycle rides and the Bownham Common, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Site of Special Scientific Interest, all available from the doorstep.
Nearby Nailsworth, Cirencester, Gloucester and Cheltenham all offer something for everyone and are essential to visit whilst staying here.
A superb cottage, which is ideal for groups of friends or families all year round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin, WC and underfloor heating, 1 x twin, 1 x children's bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, WC, heated towel rail and underfloor heating. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast area (seats 4). Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Minchinhampton 1.5 miles; Stroud 2 miles; Nailsworth 3 miles; Gloucester 12 miles.
The small hamlet of Swells Hill nestles on a hill side overlooking the Golden Valley and is set amidst scenic walking and cycling trails in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside. The area is surrounded by the unspoilt National Trust Commons of the area with their dramatic views. Minchinhampton is a small town only 1.5 miles away with a visit to the historic Winstones Ice Cream Factory and many inns serving real ales and excellent food essential. An award winning farmer’s market can be enjoyed just 2 miles away in 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. The waterfront city of Gloucester with its’ Roman foundations, Victorian docklands is close by, and the town of Cirencester, known as the Gateway to the Cotswolds, offers ancient buildings and museums. The regency Spa town of Cheltenham is within driving distance and has beautiful Georgian architecture and many festivals including the famous Gold Cup horse race. This delightful area has something for everyone.
Note: Max 4 adults.