This beautiful detached stone cottage is located on the edge of Minchinhampton common in the village of Box.
Small and refurbished with plenty of charm, this retreat makes the perfect romantic getaway for couples.
Upon entering, the front door leads to an open plan living area where you can sit back and relax in front of the welcoming woodburning stove.
You will look forward to spending time here from morning through to evening.
To the rear of the room is the handmade kitchen and dining area, providing all the amenities needed during your stay.
Just off from this, you will find a utility and a wet room complete to a high standard.
Take the oak stairway to the next floor and a double bedroom awaits, featuring a beautiful copper bathtub.
A charming en-suite completes the accommodation.
Outside, you can relax in the well kept garden during warmer evenings.
The village of Box is sure to impress, boasting 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 and Stroud are not too far away, with much to explore from tea rooms to retail outlets.
You will be spoilt for choice in this pretty location.
One double bedroom with bath and en-suite basin and WC. Wet room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility.
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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.