A delightful two-storey apartment, one of two Gloucestershire self-catering apartments on site, in the pretty village of Frampton on Severn, home to the largest village green in England.
Converted to the highest of standards, this 18th century Gloucestershire self-catering apartment combines contemporary styling and comfort with exposed beams and original wooden floors.
With its cosy sitting room, superb modern fitted kitchen, and a spacious family bedroom with double doors onto a south-facing terrace, this welcoming Gloucestershire self-catering apartment oozes character and charm.
The large, shared entrance hall is ideal for storing walking boots, outdoor clothing and cycles whilst the delightful rear garden of this Gloucestershire self-catering apartment, with its patio area and furniture, is the perfect place for relaxing after a long day exploring the delights of this beautiful and unspoilt area.
The centre of Frampton-on-Severn is only a short walk away and the village boasts the longest village green in England.
The area is a haven for walkers and cyclists and there are many opportunities to have a relaxing day spent fishing.
Within easy reach is Cheltenham with its famous racecourse and the River Severn.
The Cotswolds is a stunning location with many delightful towns and villages and the Royal Forest of Dean to visit.
Note: This property is next to Ref. 4060, together they accommodate 8.
About the location
FRAMPTON ON SEVERN
Dursley 7 miles; Gloucester 11 miles; Cheltenham 20 miles.
Frampton on Severn, a jewel in the Severn Valley, boasts the longest village green in England, is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and offers architecture spanning from Cruck cottages to Tudor and Georgian houses. The designated SSSI and conservation area around the village green and the Severn Estuary, famous for its tidal bore, are a delight for wildlife enthusiasts, while the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal offers course fishing, boat hire, and many stunning walks and cycle routes. Slimbridge Wetlands is a very short drive, a reserve which exists to care for and study ducks and geese from around the world. Also close by is the Cotswold Way, and easy road access to the stunning towns of Cheltenham and Bath, and the historic waterfront city of Gloucester, boasting Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and a spectacular Norman Cathedral.