A charming, end-terrace cottage located in the pretty Cotswold village of Coaley, close to Dursley, Stroud and Nailsworth.
Comfortably furnished throughout, this Coaley cottage is ideal for a holiday with family and friends in this beautiful part of the country.
This Coaley cottage offers three charming bedrooms and a bathroom with a bath, perfect for a relaxing soak after a day exploring the Cotswolds.
The cottage boasts a light and airy kitchen, a dining room, a cosy sitting room and delightful sun room.
Outside this Coaley cottage you will find a large, lawned garden with a patio area and garden furniture, a wonderful spot for alfresco dining, relaxing with a good book or playing family games on a sunny summer’s evening.
The intimate village of Coaley offers a local shop and many walks, including the Cotswold Way, passing close to the village.
Slimbridge, the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust centre, is an easy drive away and made up of 120 acres of reserve; a wonderful family day out.
Watch the tidal bore on the Severn Estuary, another haven for wildlife.
Why not visit the Fairtrade town of Nailsworth; the waterfront city of Gloucester or the many unspoilt Cotswold villages, all within easy reach.
Cam & Dursley railway station is close by offering easy rail access to Bath, Bristol and the beautiful spa town of Cheltenham.
This wonderful Coaley cottage really is the perfect base for a memorable holiday exploring Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, all year round.
About the location
Dursley 4 miles; Stroud 7 miles; Nailsworth 10 miles; Gloucester 14 miles
The pretty Gloucestershire village of Coaley lies in beautiful countryside, close to the Cotswold towns of Stroud, Dursley and Nailsworth. Boasting an 18th century village pub and community shop, the village offers many wonderful walking opportunities, including the Cotswold Way. It is overlooked by the Frocester Hill Nature Reserve, a National Trust wood and Coaley Peak, a twelve acre wild flower meadow and picnic site. Offering far-reaching views over the Severn Vale and Forest of Dean it is also the sight of the excavated Neolithic burial site, Nympsfield Long Barrow. The market town of Dursley lies under Stinchcombe Hill and offers visitors many attractions including a beautiful pillared Georgian Market House and the popular Farmers Market. Dursley boasts many pubs, individual shops, restaurants, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. A visit to the Fairtrade town of Nailsworth is a must with its unique shops, art galleries and an annual spring music and craft festival. The vibrant town of Michinhampton offers its own array of antique shops, traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes, perfect for an afternoon stroll. Michinhampton and Rodborough Commons, ideal for walkers and cyclists is managed by the National Trust and covers over 500 acres of land. The commons are home to three golf courses and the historic Winstones Cotswold Ice Cream factory. The ancient town of Tetbury, with its royal connections is considered one of the most beautiful towns in the country is also an easy drive away. Coaley really does make a perfect base for a holiday exploring the delights of the Cotswolds.
Please note the pub across the road is temporarily closed and will re-open early New Year, dates TBC