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57 Bradley Street

(Ref. 1116261)

Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire Show on map


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  • 4 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No


  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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3 Customer Reviews

  • "Really enjoyed our stay at 57 Bradley Street."

    The cottage was very comfortable and had everything we needed. The off street parking was great and the area was so convenient with only a short walk to the centre of Wotton. We had lovely walks on the Cotswold Way (stunning views!) and there were great places to visit, which was helpful when the weather was mixed. We'll be back!

    Hi Jill, thank you so much for your review. It means a lot to us that you enjoyed your stay in our house in Wotton and found the surrounding area so interesting. We love Wotton and are so pleased when others share our enthusiasm for it. Many thanks. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Jill5.0Sep 2023

  • "We spent six nights and felt very comfortable in this lovely decorated home with a fully equipped kitchen and plenty of living space."

    We felt like we were staying in someone's private home and we were! There is a private back garden area that was wonderful for having meals and relaxing. The bonus surprise for us was the private, enclosed (one car) parking spot! Location was ideal for hiking the Cotswold Way and touring nearby villages. We even took day trips to Bath and Stonehenge. For church goers, we attended services at the Wotton Baptist Church and loved it. For steak lovers, we had a nice dinner at The Falcon. There is a local pub in town that we did not utilize (sadly the one recommended had recently closed down) but we did eat and enjoy cold beers at the Black Horse Pub in North Nibley which is an easy drive or a few miles hike each way. The house manual and all the local "things to do" brochures were appreciated and we would definitely stay here again.

    Thank you for your feedback. It is so satisfying to know that you enjoyed your stay and made the most of the area. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Deana5.0Jun 2023

  • "Our stay at 57 Bradley Street was good but it could have been great."

    The bad bits - The garden had been totally neglected for some time which is a terrible shame as it could be absolutely idyllic. The grass was about 2 ft long! Upon arrival, the kitchen waste bin for uncooked/cooked food was full from the previous occupancy. The washer/drier also contained bedding presumably from the previous occupants. The fridge contained half eaten food and drink which should have been disposed of. The shower and bath fittings were very furred up because of the hard water. The good bits - Great location for walking the Cotswold Way. Lashings of hot water and good pressure. The kitchen was well equipped. The lounge was comfortable. Proper ev charging point although slow charge of 3.6kw absolutely fine for us. Other bits - The brochure description was lacking clarity regarding the off street parking, the garden and the property being in close proximity to the road. The front of the property is actually on the road (no pavement) which has double yellow lines. BUT in reality, none of this was a problem as it is a quietish road and the off street parking is safe, secure and suitable for a large car with easy access to a tethered PodPoint charger. Would I recommend this property? Yes because the bad bits could easily be dealt with so as not to repeat.

    Thank you for your comments regarding your stay at 57 Bradley Street. I’m glad to hear that you considered your stay to be good and would recommend it. My apologies that you also had to report a few shortcomings. I have spoken to the cleaner who has been very reliable for me up until now. I was having trouble finding a gardener but have now found someone local to cut the lawn and keep an eye on the garden. Inadvertently I seem to have excelled myself at no mow May! Thank you again for taking the trouble to get in touch and I hope to see you again in the future. Property Owner

    Reviewed by Martin3.4May 2023

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  • Two double bedrooms
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Oven, gas hob, fridge, washing machine
  • TV, WiFi, piano
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for 1 car
  • Rear enclosed multi-level garden
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.4 miles, pub 0.2 miles

The property

Perched in the idyllic town of Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire, is this delightful two-bedroom cottage, 57 Bradley Street.

Enjoying a superb location within the Cotswolds AONB and set along the famous Cotswolds Way, 57 Bradley Street is a fantastic choice for couples or a family of four.

The property benefits from off-road parking for one car, and a rear enclosed multi-level garden, perfect for dining alfresco.

Inside, you will find an inviting sitting room with comfy sofas, a TV, and a crackling woodburning stove, a haven to return to after a day of exploring, along with a well-equipped kitchen where you can rustle up tasty dishes, ready to savour at the dining table for four.

The dining room also features a piano if any of your party fancy playing the soundtrack to your evening meals!

Upstairs, you will find a well-appointed bathroom, complete with bath and overhead shower, perfect for freshening up after the day's adventures before retiring to one of two beautifully decorated double bedrooms to catch some well-deserved rest.

Explore the village, where you can treat your loved ones to a meal at The Royal Oak Inn and The Falcon Steakhouse, stock up on essentials at the supermarket, roam an abundance of independent stores, bakeries and cafe's and visit the renowned Ancient Ram Inn, claimed to be England’s most haunted house.

For a lovely evening out take a walk along to the cinema just down the road with a great selection of films it is a great way to spend a evening.

Take a dip in the Wotton-Under-Edge Swimming Pool, hike from the nearby path up to Wotton Hill for glorious views overlooking the town or join onto the Cotswolds Way for a scenic tour through the Cotswolds breath-taking scenery.

Head to the Art Centre which a hub of activity all years round with different shows and classes for everyone from Yoga and musical events.The magnificent Berkeley Castle lies only a stone's throw away from here, as does the National Trust owned Newark Park which boasts estate walks and over 700 acres to traverse.

Continue onto Stroud, where you can tour the Museum in the Park, sample ales at Stroud Brewery & Taproom, sample traditional Cotswolds ice cream at Winestones, or enjoy leisurely strolls along the River Frome.

Next stop is Minchinhampton, where you can dine at The Crown Inn, enjoy leisurely strolls with fresh fish and chips from The Chip Shed, and try your hand at tennis at Minchinhampton Tennis Court.

Further afield, you’ll find Slimbridge where you can visit WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre, and Gloucester, home to the stunning Gloucester Cathedral and the National Waterways Museum.

Adventure awaits at 57 Bradley Street.

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About the location


Stroud 12.3 miles; Minchinhampton 10 miles; Gloucester 25.2 miles.

Wotton-under-Edge is charming market town resting between Bournstream and Worley. The town is known for the famous trees set upon Wotton Hill which were planted to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo and overlook the town, and offers a good selection of attractions, including the Wotton-under-Edge Museum & Heritage Centre, The Ancient Ram Inn, Wotton Hill and Wotton-under-Edge Swimming Pool. Dining options include, the 17th-century Swan Hotel, the Star Inn, The Royal Oak Inn and The Falcon Steakhouse, while you can stock up on essentials at the nearby supermarkets and convenience stores. Within easy reach of the town is Stroud, where you will find the attractions of the Museum in the Park, Stratford Park and Stroud Shambles Market.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas