This stone-built, semi-detached cottage sits in an ideal position, in the heart of the thriving village of Andoversford, six miles from the beautiful spa town of Cheltenham in the stunning Cotswolds.
Jubilee Mews features a bright sitting room with dining area and a very well-equipped kitchen, along with a utility room and access to a private rear garden, the perfect place to unwind and enjoy alfresco dining on a summer's evening.
On the first floor of the cottage you’ll find three charming bedrooms, each with comfy king-size beds, and the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
A short drive away in Charlton Kings, The Royal is a lovely pub serving food all week, with a weekly quiz night and regular live music events.
There are many lovely walks and bridleways in the area, with the Cotswold Way and Gloucestershire Way both passing close by.
Golfers can enjoy the local courses, whilst other attractions include numerous unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages, National Trust properties, the Royal Forest of Dean and of course, Cheltenham with its beautiful Georgian architecture and famous Gold Cup horse racing.
This charming Cotswold cottage makes a great base for a memorable holiday all year round.
About the location
Cheltneham 5.8 miles; Bourton-on-the-Water 9.8 miles; Gloucester 14.4 miles.
The bustling village of Andoversford lies six miles southeast of Cheltenham, surrounded by lovely countryside, offering many attractive walks with the renowned Cotswold Way and Gloucestershire Way close by. Andoversford has a thriving village community feel with a shop and a Post Office, as well as playing host to a small music festival each year. Just over four miles away, in Charlton Kings, The Royal serves food all week, hosts a weekly quiz night, as well as regular live music events. The regency spa town of Cheltenham boasts beautiful Georgian architecture and a delightful range of shops, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions. Prestbuty Park, home to Cheltenham Racecourse, is ideally located below the Cotswold Hills and plays host to the annual, world-renowned Gold Cup races. Festivals in this vibrant town cover food and drink, literature, jazz, science, and comedy to name but a few! For something a little different, why not try your hand at polo at the nearby Longdole Polo Club? The historic city of Gloucester abounds in history; resting on Roman foundations, it has a superb Victorian docks and a magnificent Norman cathedral, whose cloisters where used as a location in the Harry Potter films. Many unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages lie to the east, whilst to the west is the magnificent Royal Forest of Dean and the Slimbridge Wetland Centre, where you can enjoy the wonderful wildlife of this superb area. The beautiful World Heritage city of Bath, Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon, and Warwick, with its magnificent castle, are all within an hour’s drive of Andoversford, making this the perfect all year round destination.