This lovely cottage is tucked away up a quiet lane off the village green in Box boasting a cosy atmosphere with a sense of charm and character.
Housing two double bedrooms, this accommodation is suitable for couples or friends hoping to enjoy a relaxing break in a peaceful location.
Enter a hall leading to a well-equipped kitchen, home to all of the essentials you may need.
Accessories are dotted around the cottage proposing a warm and friendly theme, so you can feel right at home.
The sitting room is a comforting place to unwind where you can rest on the sofa and watch TV amongst the welcoming features.
A double sided woodburner separates the lounge and dining area for a warming ambience.
Take the stairs up to the two double bedrooms, both stylishly arranged with pretty bedding and one with built-in wardrobes.
The family bathroom compliments the layout well, with an all white suite and over bath shower.
For some more peace and quiet, why not sit outside on the private patio area with a refreshing drink or wander down the garden to find a second seating area to catch the late afternoon sun.
The picturesque village of Box which sits on the edge of Minchinhampton Common, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasts an attractive church and well-appointed village hall which hosts many and varied events.
The common is home to an 18 hole golf course where visitors are welcome.
Cows roam freely on the common in the summer months and can often be seen wandering through the village.
Box is a perfect base for exploring the local area, with Gatcombe a 5 minute drive, and Cheltenham, Bath and Bristol all less than an hour's drive away.
There are also great rail connections from Stroud to London, Cheltenham and Gloucester.
Make the most of this beautiful setting all year round.
About the location
Minchinhampton 1 mile; Stroud 4.2 miles.
The village of Box is located in Gloucestershire, a small, picturesque village, with plenty of charm. The area boasts an attractive little church and a well-appointed village hall which hosts many and varied events, including live music performances, along with a host of clubs and societies. Minchinhampton is the nearest town, about one mile away, and offers a selection of shops, award-winning tea rooms, a newsagent and general store, pub, restaurant, post office, and several other small retail outlets. A little further afield is Stroud, a larger town offering a multi-screen cinema, tenpin bowling alley, leisure centre and several large supermarkets. Its weekly farmers’ market has set a national gold standard for lovers of both regional and organic produce. There is much to see in and around the wonderful setting.