Gloucestershire Cottages

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    The Garden Apartment: Comfortable, self-contained eaves apartment, near centre of historic Corsham. Furnished and equipped to a good standard. Own front patio. Pet welcome. Superb touring base. Bath 7 miles. (Ref. 923168)

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    Secret Island Yurt: Charming yurt in quaint Gloucestershire village of Beckford. Open plan accommodation. Roll-top bath. Sauna. Private hot tub overlooking the lake. Cheltenham 9 miles. (Ref. 921614)

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    The Fold: Ideal, charming, detached first floor cottage in Warwickshire, within 2.5 acres of shared grounds. West facing balcony. Dog-friendly. WiFi. Shared use of tennis court. Stratford-upon-Avon 2 miles. (Ref. 921131)

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    The Cottage: All ground floor. Spacious with wheelchair friendly wet room and doorways. WiFi. Walks from the doorstep. Malvern 2 miles. (Ref. 921093)

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    Paddock House: Detached stone cottage offering long-distance views and walks into the Forest of Dean. En-suite facilities. WiFi. Private garden with hot tub. (Ref. 919931)

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    The Hayloft: Charming, 300-year old, semi-detached barn conversion on working fruit farm in Snitterfield. Exposed beams, oak floors, open plan living. Stratford 3 miles. (Ref. 914530)

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    The Cow Pen: One of three lovely Cotswolds cottages, this delightful barn conversion with exposed beams offers quality accommodation with traditional charm. Working fruit farm. Stratford 3 miles. (Ref. 914529)

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    The Coach House: First floor apartment in countryside ideal for a romantic break. Balcony. WiFi. Off road parking. Newent 2.8 miles. (Ref. 914262)

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    The Lilacs: A fabulous, stone-built cottage just outside the village of Broadway near Evesham in the Cotswolds. WiFi. Underfloor heating. Shared games room with snooker and table tennis. Garden with furniture and hot tub. Great walking base. Evesham 7 miles. (Ref. 914084)

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    The Aylesbury Cottage: Outstanding Hinton cottage in idyllic surroundings. Traditional village pub, open fire and lovely walks from the doorstep. Luxurious single-storey accommodation within easy reach of Bath, Bristol and many unspoilt villages. (Ref. 906598)

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Just show me Gloucestershire Cottages

A Gloucestershire cottage is a fantastic choice for a self-catering holiday, close to but just far enough from the well trodden tourist route around the Cotswolds, yet still offering plenty of things to see and do.

Sightseeing from your Gloucestershire cottage

Framed by the rolling Cotswold Hills, the county town of Gloucester features a superb Gothic cathedral (backdrop in Harry Potter films), Victorian Docklands and Roman foundations - heritage sites comfortably mixing with modern-day shops and entertainment. For lots of half-timbered, Tudor houses and a graceful Norman abbey, try Tewkesbury.

Another fantastic town not-to-miss is Cheltenham Spa, known for its striking regency architecture, tree-lined streets, impressive shopping and dining, not to mention its racecourse. Book your Gloucestershire cottage early for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, a major highlight of the racing calendar and the perfect opportunity to splash out on a new frock!

Get out and about in the Forest of Dean, laden with stacks of trails for rambling and riding, plus interesting relics from the county's mining era like the ancient cave system at Clearwell. Follow the Sculpture Trail from Beechenhurst Lodge or travel by steam on the Dean Railway through one of the country's oldest woodlands. Another popular leafy backwater for anything outdoorsy is Westonbirt Arboretum and WWT Slimbridge Wetlands Centre. Or head for the Cotswold Country Park and Beach for lakeside strolls, freshwater bathing and BBQs. Here you'll also find Painswick Rococo Gardens, the only surviving complete Rococo Garden in the UK, perfect for wiling away an afternoon in old-fashioned elegance.

Other attractions range from castles and gardens to silk mills and farm parks - great for entertaining the family the whole year round.

So escape to a Gloucestershire cottage soon and fall under the spell of this county's unhurried charms.