16 Friday Street is a stunning Cotswolds stone cottage, situated in Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire.
Internally, this Grade II listed property has been extensively renovated into a stylish holiday home, ideal for couples who are looking to explore this beautiful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The interior now boasts a light decor, while still manages to retain is period features such as the inglenook fireplace and lovely exposed beams.
Step into the spacious lounge, with a sofa and two armchairs, so you can take your pick and enjoy a relaxing evening with your partner, while catching up with your favourite shows.
The kitchen had been amply-equipped with everything you could need to cook up a storm.
Follow the steps up to the first floor, where you will discover a well-presented king-size bedroom, served by a family bathroom, offering an elegant roll-top bath and hand-held shower.
Take a relaxing soak of an evening to wash away the tiring events of the day and enjoy a good book.
To the rear of the cottage is a large enclosed lawned garden and patio area, with plenty of seating so you can enjoy a refreshing beverage in the afternoon sun while your pets run freely.
Situated within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you are ideally placed for exploring all this beautiful region has to offer.
Discover a wide-range of mellow Cotswolds stone cottages dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries.
The Stroud Valleys offer stunning and panoramic views, with plenty of trails leading from this ancient town for walking and cycling.
Let's not forget the wealth of activities such as horse riding, golfing and paragliding to get involved with.
Venture towards Painswick Rococo Garden, which dates back to the 1740s and is a high-quality designed garden, surrounding the fabulous Painswick House.
So much to do in this picturesque area, you won't want to leave!
Return to 16 Friday Street for a relaxing evening in front of the fire.
About the location
Stroud 4.5 miles.
The ancient market town of Minchinhampton is located on a hilltop in beautiful Gloucestershire countryside, and offers a wide range of amenities including a weekly market, still held in the magnificent 17th century Market House. This vibrant town boasts a range of individual shops, restaurants and cafes, making it 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 360 degree views, ideal for walkers and cyclists. They are also home to three 18 hole golf courses. Nearby, a visit to the historic Winstones Ice Cream Factory, the award-winning Farmer's Market in Stroud and the Fairtrade town of Nailsworth with its art galleries, individual shops and spring music and art festivals, are a must. The waterfront city of Gloucester, with its Victorian docklands, is close by and the town of Cirencester, 'Gateway to the Cotswolds' offers ancient buildings and museums. The beautiful spa town of Cheltenham is an easy drive away, offering Georgian architecture and many festivals including the Gold Cup horse race. A great holiday destination all year round.