An attractive, stone-built, detached Cotswold cottage located in a gated village, within a 450-acre nature reserve, by the beautiful Cotswold Water Park and just a stone's throw from the fledgling River Thames.
Furnished to a very high standard, this charming cottage provides warm, welcoming and homely accommodation, ideal for a couple or a small family looking for a peaceful location with lots of activities on offer.
This cottage provides three spacious bedrooms, with the master double having an en-suite bathroom.
The open plan living area offers a well-equipped kitchen, and a sitting area with warming woodburning stove and doors onto the rear decked area and lawned garden with a stream running through, an ideal place to relax and unwind with an evening drink after a day of activity!
The Mill Village site has an outdoor heated swimming pool, tennis court, sauna, steam room, children's play area and fishing and sailing lakes, whilst in the main water park guests can enjoy many more watersports and lovely walks (including the Thames Path) and cycle routes through the nature reserve.
Just a short drive away you can enjoy the delights of Cotswold towns and villages such as Cirencester, Cheltenham, Tetbury, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-Water to name just a few.
An ideal location for a cottage holiday in the Cotswolds.
About the location
COTSWOLD WATER PARK
Cirencester 4 miles.
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, The Cotswold Water Park is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering 40 square miles and made up of over 140 lakes surrounded by picturesque Cotswold villages, historic market towns and an area of lakes larger than the Norfolk Broads. The Cotswold Water Park is Britain's largest water park and offers a wide range of activities including boating, water skiing, fishing (some of the finest trout fishing in the country), cycling, walking, golf and horse riding. Also on the estate can be found a swimming pool, sauna, tennis courts, croquet lawn, children's play area and for nature lovers the water park offers an abundance of bird and animal life on the three nature reserves, which can be observed throughout the year. The beautiful Roman town of Cirencester, Gateway to the Cotswolds, is just 4 miles away with excellent shopping, restaurants, ancient buildings and museums.