An immaculately-presented detached Cotswold stone cottage in the pretty village of Bussage, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Beautifully furnished throughout, the cottage provides cosy accommodation, perfect for a romantic break or family holiday in a stunning part of the country.
The cottage seamlessly combines features of a traditional cottage with the comfort of contemporary furnishing.
There are two charming bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, while the ground floor boasts a well-equipped kitchen with warming woodburning stove and slate floor.
The sitting room also has a woodburning stove, as well as a sumptuous sofa and a dining table to seat all guests.
Head out into the pretty cottage garden, which has a raised patio area, ideal for taking in the stunning views and enjoying alfresco dining on a summer's evening.
The top of the garden also has a summer house for guests to enjoy.
Stroll to the village pub to enjoy excellent home-cooked food and drink, or take a short drive to one of the many nearby villages or towns with their unique arts and craft heritage, festivals, second hand and antique shops as well as many lovely walks and cycle routes to suit all abilities.
Look out for locations used in the filming of Poldark, Wolf Hall and The Casual Vacancy as you tour this delightful part of the country.
A wonderful cottage for a memorable holiday at any time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (can be king-size double on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with woodburning stove. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Cirencester 10 miles.
The ancient Cotswold village of Bussage is situated on a hill above the Golden Valley, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by unspoilt Gloucestershire countryside. The village has a charming Cotswold stone pub serving home cooked food and real ales, with a sunny beer garden for the warmer months or open fires for the winter. An award-winning farmer’s market can be enjoyed close by in Stroud. This vibrant town also boats individual shops, organic cafés, farm shops and a museum in the park. The ancient market town of Minchinhampton is also close by and offers a wide range of amenities including a weekly market, still held in the magnificent 17th century Market House. The 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 is a must. Visit the Fairtrade town of Nailsworth, with its art galleries, individual shops and spring music and art festivals, or the waterfront city of Gloucester, with its Victorian docklands, while 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. Many unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages lie to the east, while to the west are the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean and Slimbridge Wildlife Park, and the historic towns of Bath and Stratford-upon-Avon are around an hour's drive.