Dursley Accommodations

Accommodations in Dursley

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The SpaceCome and enjoy a visit to the Cotswolds and stay in a comfortable double room in a Grade II listed Victorian townhouse with your own bathroom and double bedroom on the ground floor. It's our home, which we share with a well-mannered Welsh Terrier. Tucked away on a quiet footpath, we are a minute's walk from all town centre services, bus station (buses for Bristol, Stroud & Gloucester), supermarket, pubs, cafes and a wide range of shops. There's a couple of good curry houses and an Italian restaurant in town too, a stone's throw from our door. The Cotswold Way long-distance footpath passes right by us, and walkers are particularly welcome. Rail station at Cam 2 miles away (from where we can pick you up if you miss the last bus) with regular trains to Bristol and Gloucester. We offer high speed wi-fi, use of the kitchen (or optionally a cooked dinner for a modest fee) and a continental breakfast. We love to meet visitors from overseas and will be happy to introduce you to the beauty of the Cotswolds. Our local pub also happens to be a recent CAMRA UK pub of the year winner, so a good choice for ale- and cider-lovers. If you need a guide to find the best views, walks and hidden country pubs look no further. Folding single bed for a child also available if needed. Although not fully level / wheelchair accessible, this ground floor accommodation is very suitable if you have restricted mobility and we'll do our best to overcome any obstacles. This listing is for Room 1, our ground floor double; it also includes some photos of Room 2, our first floor lounge with a pull-out couch; this room can be rented as a second room if required. Interaction with GuestsWe try to be around as much as possible when we have guests, and we are always happy to advise about places to go. Since our dog needs his regular walks you will always be welcome to join us if you'd like a gentle walk at some local beauty spots. The NeighborhoodDursley is a small market town on the less-touristy side of the Cotswolds. We never have bus-loads from overseas arriving to photograph our High Street, but in every direction we are surrounded by steep hills, beech woods, and spectacular views from the Cotswold escarpment across the river Severn over into Wales. On a good day you can see the Brecon Beacons and on a bad day The Old Spot is the most welcoming pub in the world.
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Excellent
73 reviews
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The SpaceA warm welcome awaits you in this comfortable 5 bedroom detached home in a small market town. We are very close to the Cotswold Way and plenty of other lovely walks. There are a number of interesting places to visit in this area and it is also in a very central location should you wish to visit the Spa towns of Cheltenham and Bath, the sights in Bristol, and the lovely cathedral at Gloucester. Guest Access3, bedrooms are available for your use. You will have a very large living room, to yourselves and use of a games room with table tennis. Your own bathroom and bath upstairs and a shower on the ground floor. Share kitchen and dining room, cook pots and plates etc whenever you need them. Come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsWe (Corinna and Yves) both work part time and are happy to be sociable when we are here but equally happy to leave you alone if that is what you prefer. We will provide information about the local area and ensure that you can access whatever you need. The NeighborhoodDursley is a friendly little town, with a supermarket, and boutique shops within easy walking distance. There is a choice of pubs including a real ale, award winning pub, and plenty of places to eat. There is also a swimming pool, tennis courts and sports facilities, all of which you can walk to. Getting AroundThere are trains and buses to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol which link to other networks across Britain. There is also a bus to Stroud. There is free parking on the premises and plenty of local taxis. If you have not hired a car we can advise on the best mode of transport from your chosen airport. If you do have a car there is private off street parking to the rear of our property. Other Things to NoteThe house is comfortable and 'lived in'. The garden is beautiful.
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The SpaceWe live in an 1850s Cotswold stone house in a very pretty village. We've got two rooms available - one twin and one double, which share a bathroom but we prefer to let only one room at a time. Both rooms overlook the garden which looks onto fields, and the village is very quiet (apart from the owls at night). We live at the other end of the house with our own facilities. The beds (real ones!) are comfortable and welcoming and we will give you a very good English breakfast if that's what you like. Guest AccessOf course you will have access to the bedroom(s), bathroom, garden, and dining room for breakfast - it's quite an open-plan house so you'll definitely see us around but we will respect your privacy. Interaction with GuestsWe're very happy to spend time telling you about the area in which we live and what there is for you to do while you're here. Don't be surprised if our son starts chatting away to you - he loves meeting new people. The NeighborhoodThere's so much to see and do: Westonbirt Arboretum - world renowned collection of trees, wonderful walks - 10 minutes away. Cotswolds - plenty of towns and villages to explore within an hour of us, including Malmesbury, Sherston, Bibury, Coln St Aldwyns, Duntisbourne Abbots, Alderley, Berkeley and many more. Horseriding - 1 mile away at Barton End Stables. Walking - plenty of footpaths all around us and we're very happy to lend you maps to help you. Tennis - courts in Nailsworth and Tetbury; we can lend you rackets. Swimming - indoor swimming pools at Cirencester or Dursley; outdoor swimming pools at Cirencester and Wotton under Edge. Historic houses & gardens within an hour of us: Newark Park, Chavenage House, Snowshill Manor, Dyrham Park, Lodge Park, Hidcote Manor Garden, Sezincote, Hailes Abbey, Painswick Rococo gardens, Rodmarton Manor, Westbury Court garden, Woodchester Park, Berkeley Castle, and lots more. Tetbury - Prince Charles's local town, good cafes and interesting shopping - 10 minutes away. We're in the same village as The Matara Centre and #KingscoteBarn, both gorgeous wedding venues. #MataraCentre has beautiful east-west fusion gardens open 1st May-30 Sept on Mondays to Thursdays, worth visiting. Highgrove House - Prince Charles' home, gardens available to visit at certain times - 15 minutes away. Bath (Roman Baths, Georgian buildings, shopping, good restaurants) - 30 minutes away. Bristol (Museums, history, Avon gorge, docks, city life) - 40 minutes away. Malmesbury - famous Abbey and gardens - 20 minutes away. Stroud Valleys - steep valleys formerly housing woollen mills, now home to many people involved in the art industry. Open studios on certain weekends in the summer - 20 minutes away. Cheltenham - Literary festival, horse racing, jazz festival, shopping, major provincial town - 45 minutes away. Cirencester - Roman town and museum, shopping, pretty church, all the basics - 30 minutes. And if you love castles, Wales is just an hour across the border and has many on offer. EATING OUT: Hunter's Hall - Kingscote - walking distance Hog at Horsley - Horsley Gumstool Inn - Calcot Royal Oak - Leighterton Ormonds Head - Tetbury Royal Oak - Tetbury Close Hotel - Tetbury Passage to India - Nailsworth William's Kitchen - Nailsworth Britannia - Nailsworth Holford Arms - Knockdown Hare & Hounds - Westonbirt Calcot Manor - Calcot Whatley Manor - Sherston and lots more. Getting AroundPublic transport isn't great here as we're in the middle of the countryside - you will need a car to get around.
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The SpaceCome and enjoy a visit to the Cotswolds and stay in a comfortable double room in a Grade II listed Victorian townhouse. We have two guest rooms, this second one has a fold-out sofa bed, a very comfortable one from John Lewis! We have two bathrooms both with loo, sink and shower, one also has a bath. You are also welcome to use our kitchen and dining room. It's our home, which we share with a well-mannered Welsh Terrier. Tucked away on a quiet footpath, we are a minute's walk from all town centre services, bus station (buses for Bristol, Stroud & Gloucester), supermarket, pubs, cafes and a wide range of shops. There's a couple of good curry houses and an Italian restaurant in town too, a stone's throw from our door. The Cotswold Way long-distance footpath passes right by us, and walkers are particularly welcome. Rail station at Cam 2 miles away (from where we can pick you up if you miss the last bus) with regular trains to Bristol and Gloucester. We offer high speed wi-fi, use of the kitchen (or optionally a cooked dinner for a modest fee) and a continental breakfast. We love to meet visitors from overseas and will be happy to introduce you to the beauty of the Cotswolds. Our local pub also happens to be a recent CAMRA UK pub of the year winner, so a good choice for ale- and cider-lovers. If you need a guide to find the best views, walks and hidden country pubs we can offer advice and coal maps. Although not fully level / wheelchair accessible, this ground floor accommodation is very suitable if you have restricted mobility and we'll do our best to overcome any obstacles. This listing includes some photos of Room 1, our ground floor double with a real bed; please see that listing if you would like to stay in that room.
Hotel
Poor
55 reviews
13br 3-star Hotel
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Located in Kingscote, this romantic inn is within 6 mi (10 km) of Newark Park, Highgrove House and Gardens, and Westonbirt Arboretum. Highgrove House and Cattle Country Adventure Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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This fairy tale Cotswold stone farmhouse is approached up a long and sometimes bumpy private drive. It leads behind a church and manor house into the heart of the beech woods. Surrounded by the steep hangers, off a drive, off a lane, off a minor road, and buried in the bosom of the Cotswolds, there is a hideaway that must be about as remote from the twentieth century in southern England as possible. It still has all the modern comforts. A farmstead at Woodells was recorded as early as 1280. Today, guests will find hidden in a sunny clearing of the wooded hills that rise steeply at the end of the meadows, a picturesque farmhouse built in 1877. Additional amenities include: walking/hiking paths, golf course nearby, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities, ideal for teens, ground floor bed & bath, smoking allowed inside, lots to visit: tourist towns & villages, chapel on site, walkable pub/restaurant. The manor estate is in the 'Royal Triangle', set in the heart of the Cotswold Hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham, and Cirencester are all about 20 miles away with all their wealth of cultural and scenic attractions. Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon are popular day excursions. London is about 2 hours away. Heathrow Airport is a little closer. Whether interested in the famous limestone villages of the Cotswolds, prehistoric barrows, quiet lanes, antique shops, walking, Norman churches, gardens, good food and drink, visiting friends, or more likely a combination of these, the choice is wide and guests will barely scratch the surface during their stay. Apart from the Cotswolds and their wool towns and villages, other touring regions include the Berkeley Vale, the Forest of Dean, the Wye Valley, the Welsh Marches, the Malverns, and the Thames Valley. Historic houses, besides the estate itself, include Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House, Dyrham Park and Sudeley Castle. Within walking distance is Woodchester Mansion, an unfinished masterpiece of the Victorian age. Tourist attractions include the American Museum at Claverton Manor and the Roman Baths at Bath, Gloucester Cathedral, Westonbirt Arboretum and the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge. Gloucestershire is famous for its many gardens. They include Hidcote and Kiftsgate, Miserden Park, Painswick Rococo Garden, Rodmarton Manor, Barnsley House, Highgrove and Westbury-on-Severn. The house is the ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and for racing at Cheltenham. The estate forms a wild and secret valley extending along the Ewelme stream under the Cotswold edge. It is accessible, yet far from the intrusion of public roads and the commercial farming of the Cotswold plateau. The extensive native beech woods are carpeted with bluebells in the spring. Richly varied walks lead the serious hiker or casual stroller over many miles of footpaths on the estate and beyond. Long-distance trails are well organised in the surrounding area of the Cotswolds. Beyond the valley is an impressive group of archaeological sites. The Iron Age hill fort at Uley is the most impressive in the Cotswolds, commanding views over the Severn Vale to the mountains of Wales. Neolithic long barrows and Roman settlements lie on the hills. The estate and its neighbouring valleys form a haven rich in wildlife, with wildflowers in the fields, protected butterflies, deer and badgers, and a rich variety of habitat for bird-watching. Guests will not forget the fabled owls. As well as a traditional West Country livestock, and farms producing home reared organic meat, this is a sporting estate perfect for all forms of country pursuits. There is fly fishing, and rough shooting and clay pigeon lessons can be arranged. Riding, gliding and golf (with three courses) are all a mile or two away. Many activities are organized by for corporate programmes or private parties. There is plenty of room for those who want none of these but want simply to breathe in the peace and utter seclusion of a timeless countryside. The Manor is a mile east of Uley, off the B4066, at the small green past the Old Crown pub in Uley (just opposite the Church). Uley is a charming weaving village between Tetbury, Stroud (6 miles) and Dursley (3 miles west), signposted from the A 4135. The M5 Junctions 13 (north) and 14 (south) are a few minutes west: head for the B4066. The M4 is 12 miles south. Exit at Junction 18 and follow the A46 north in the direction of Stroud as far as the crossroads with the A4135. Then go west towards Dursley, turning second right after the Hunters' Hall pub in Kingscote down to village of Uley on B4066.
Cottage
2br Cottage
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The cottage is situated in a beautiful unspoilt medieval Cotswold Farm complete with many of its original buildings including a Dovecote and is 1 of 3 barn conversions which have been recently converted to the highest specification & include some of the original exposed beams,oak flooring to the first floors and wood burning stoves in the living area. This enchanting Farm has hardly changed in 400 years. Set in the Heart of the beautiful Cotswold Village of Nympsfield, the cottages are within a 2 minute walk of the Rose & Crown, a short walk to Coaley Peak escarpment View Point, this point gives spectacular views over the Berkeley Vale across the River Severn to the Forest of Dean and the Brecon Beacons beyond.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMarlings End is a cosy hideaway cottage, sleeping up to 5 in 3 bedrooms - with antique furnishings, pictures and chintzes and all the comforts of an easily-run home. Set in its own walled garden, there are stunning southerly views over the Owlpen valley. Popular with families, especially those with dogs, this friendly cottage housed one of the 'thirteen weavers of Owlpen' before the decline of the Cotswold woollen cloth industry in the 1830s. It is built of Cotswold stone and has magnificent southerly views and an old cottage garden, set about with traditional Cotswold dry-stone walls. Nestling below the hanging beech woods, it lives up to the name ‘Fiery Lane’ which leads here, from Old English words meaning "a wooded hill". INTERIOR Downstairs a porch leads to the hallway and a cosy English mid-Victorian sitting-room with an open fireplace. The farmhouse dining-room has antique furniture, including a traditional English country settle, and Hogarth prints. The fully-equipped kitchen features a fridge/ freezer, microwave, dishwasher, walk-in larder and tumble drier. The cloakroom downstairs has a wash-basin and lavatory, and a utility area with washing-machine next door. The cottage is centrally-heated. Upstairs are three bedrooms. The main bedroom has a kingsize double bed with lovely views over the valley. The second bedroom has twin beds, and there is also a third small single bedroom for a nanny or a child. The bathroom has a bath with overbath shower. The cottage is situated on the lane to the village, above the farm pastures on the left of the valley. It has a large, enclosed private garden with gorgeous views over the valley and a table for al fresco dining. Key Features •Favourite with families •18th-century weaver's cottage •Magnificent southerly views •Large, enclosed private garden •Open fire oDog friendly oChild friendly oSleeps 5 Guest AccessMarlings End stands in a secret valley on the edge of the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsThe reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Friendly staff. Owners live on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and easy access. The magical deep valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. Village pub half a mile away. But many visitors never leave the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations (London line) a few miles away. Cam/Coaley station. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Other Things to NoteThis valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private woods and hills many miles of walks from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. Situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills the historic cities of Bath Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. National Trusts Newark Park is a few miles away as well as many historic houses including Berkeley Castle Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return to see and explore it all.
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Poor
100 reviews
38br 3-star Hotel
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Located in Michaelwood, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Cattle Country Adventure Park and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Berkeley Castle. Thornbury Castle and Newark Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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The SpaceThe house is especially cosy - with pictures, antique furniture and chintzes. It is set in a large walled garden, with a private terrace for al fresco dining. There are marvellous views over the Owlpen valley to the west. Woodwells is set on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks. The estate office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Friendly staff. The Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills and villages, and this is the most spectacular part of it. Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and history. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol. Stroud and Kemble stations. Suited for guests with limited mobility, with easy walking access and only a couple of small steps to access the property. Guest AccessThe whole house is available to rent Interaction with GuestsWoodwells is set on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks. The Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Friendly staff. Family live on site. The Cotswolds are one of England's best- known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and easy access. The magical deep valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. The NeighborhoodWoodwells is nestled next to ancient woodland in a deep Cotswold valley. If you like hooting owls chattering pheasants, and total tranquility, then this is the place for you. Getting AroundCar recommended! 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations a few miles away. Prime area for bicycling and walks. For more information please visit the Owlpen website.
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Stinchcombe Hill House is adjacent to Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course and lies directly on the Cotswold Way. Jane and Graham along with a team of animals will strive to ensure you have comfortable and relaxing stay.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe ground floor has an entrance hall leading to a large open-plan kitchen-cum-dining/ living room, with two sofas, arm chairs and a snug wood-burning stove in addition to the central heating. The kitchen is in fitted pine, with dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and an antique pine table set with ash chairs designed by Ernest Gimson. Wooden stairs lead to the first floor (stone floor of the mill), which sleeps four. The miller's bedroom has a rare and opulent early eighteenth-century oak four-poster king-sized bed. The second bedroom has twin beds. Both bedrooms have beautiful views over the mill pond. There is a small bathroom with bath and over-bath showerhead. The ample landing preserves a number of original mill features and the original loading-door opens to the west. The second floor (granary floor) acts as a hide for the bird life on the mill pond, with early 19th-century bolting machinery carefully preserved. Original elm stairs (steep and unsuitable for young children or the elderly); a door keeps the stairs closed off from children. Here is a large double bedroom with king-sized bed and an open children's room, with two single beds. A second bathroom makes this four-bedroomed cottage comfortable for eight guests. Above this floor is a gantry cat-walk. A sack-hoist hangs in the cupola, whence light filters down through successive levels of glazed floor lights set in the traps. Guest AccessThe Grist Mill is situated in the heart of Owlpen valley below the Manor kitchen garden, with lovely views over the mill pond and the valley. It has its own drive and enclosed garden, including a large table for al fresco dining. The private garden offers complete serenity, with the constant murmur of the Ewelme brook running gently by. The Grist Mill is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with all the romance of its 900 year-history, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the manor house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Extra details Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will want to return to see and explore it all. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations (London line) a few miles away. Cam/Dursley junction. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Horseriding. Gliding and ballooning nearby ... in calm weather. Other Things to NoteFor details see our website on www dot (URL HIDDEN)
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA Grade I listed Stuart garden house of 1620 on a private estate in the heart of the Cotswolds. Sleeps 2 to 5 on three floors. Loggia on the ground floor has views over the manor house gardens. "Rooms tiny but cosy. It oozes history"--The Guardian. The Court House with its romantic period charm is a favourite with honeymooners and history buffs. The front door opens directly into a little garden loggia restored as an attractive dining room. The glass doors, divided by a simple Tuscan column, here frame the view of the east wing of the manor house and its yew trees immortalized by the etching of the celebrated Cotswold etcher F.L. Griggs. The loggia opens directly into a little open-plan kitchen. The bathroom lies beyond, with a bath and over-bath showerhead. An excessively narrow spiral staircase leads up to a pretty sitting-room in the old Justice Room on the first floor, with vintage horsehair sofa. The small main bedroom with zip-and-ink queen-sized double bed (and handbasin) are on this level. The stairs wind up again to two cosy children's bedrooms on the second, attic floor -- with low ceilings to suit the size of people in 17th century Stuart England. The first, with twin single children's beds nestled under the sloping eaves, leads through the trusses to the larger one, curtained off, with a small 4ft double bed. The oval bulls-eye windows enjoy delightful views over the Owlpen valley and to Uley, whose church spire can just be seen among the trees below the bare summit of the hill fort at Uley Bury to the west. The Court House has its private entrance from the lane below, with sun terrace and small garden to the west. There is a baroque sundial on the wall which still counts the hours, and a small table for enjoying a sunset aperitif or breakfast coffee and with views beyond the lane over the farm pastures. A path leads up from the cottage to the richly textured Victorian Church, which stands above the manor house. Key Features Romantic Grade I listed Stuart cottage Quirky charm with 'doll's house' interior Delightful views on all sides Private garden Sleeps 4+ No dogs, thank you. Guest AccessThe Court House is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Family on site. Friendly staff in the reception office help you with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. The Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages, ‘wool’ churches and wealth of scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys around Owlpen form its most spectacular and characteristic scenery. "Is this the most beautiful place in England?"--Fodor's Britain Guide Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the manor house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Extra details Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will want to return to see and explore it all. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations (London line) a few miles away. Cam/Dursley junction. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Horseriding. Gliding and ballooning nearby ... in calm weather. Other Things to NotePlease note: this is an ancient listed building with bags of character, and all the nooks and crannies that come with it. If you're looking for a modern building we have other more appropriate properties on the Owlpen Estate which are also available to rent. Beware the steep stairs leading to the upper floors!
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceIn a clearing below Peter's Nest Wood known mysteriously as 'Hell's Throat', hard by a woodland spring is the original tiny cottage of Woodwells farmstead, marked on an 1847 map. INTERIOR Downstairs we enter through the kitchen, which leads into the living room with comfortable dining and sitting areas, and a cosy wood-burning stove. The bathroom, with bath and overbath shower, is adjacent. The cottage is heated by storage heaters. A narrow staircase lead upstairs to the small double attic bedroom (with very low, sloping ceilings under the eaves) with queen-sized bed, enjoying views to the west down the Owlpen valley. Hanging space for clothes is provided under the eaves, and a small dressing table. Peters Nest is situated in the east of the valley in the heart of the woods, making it a perfect location for walkers looking to explore the valley, and is adjacent to Woodwells cottage. There is ample parking and a small garden adjoining the garden of Woodwells cottage. There is also a large wilderness woodland dell to the east of the cottage. A small wrought iron table provides the opportunity to enjoy a sunset aperitif or breakfast coffee. Or watch the wild life and sociable pheasants. Key Features •Favourite with honeymooners •Nestled in the heart of the woods •Perfect location for walkers •Wood-burning stove •Dog friendly •Sleeps 2 Guest AccessPeter's Nest is approached up a long --and sometimes bumpy-- private drive. It leads behind the church and manor house, past Manor Farm and Over Court cottages, into the heart of the beech woods. Surrounded by the steep hangers, off a drive, off a lane, off a minor road, buried in the bosom of the Cotswolds, here is a cosy hideaway that must be about as remote as you can get from the twentieth century in southern England. Peter's Nest is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with all the romance of its 900 year-history, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble (London line) and Cam stations are a few miles away. Prime area for cycling and walking. Horse riding, gliding and ballooning. Other Things to NoteGolf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and utter seclusion. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Westonbirt Arboretum and the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge are nearby. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses and gardens, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House, Sudeley Castle, and Highgrove—if you can get in. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return many times to see and explore it all.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA favourite with smaller families, country lovers and dog walkers, this roomy modern farmhouse cottage is purpose-designed for holiday use. It has the advantage of being easy to run, but is built in traditional Cotswold style with gabled windows and hood moulds. Adjoining Over Court Cottage and built to the same high specifications, the two cottages can be let together to provide comfortable family accommodation for up to nine and are a favourite for family reunions. Downstairs a porch leads to the hall with a modern pine kitchen beyond. The light and spacious sitting/dining room, with three sets of windows providing sweeping views over the valley, has an open fireplace and is ideal for entertaining. There is an interconnecting door to Over Court cottage in the entrance hall, which can be opened up to make it into one large cottage for larger parties. The cottage is centrally-heated. Upstairs there is a perfectly voluptuous 18th-century Hepplewhite king-sized four-poster bed in the main bedroom. The second bedroom has twin beds. There is also a shower room. The cottage is situated in the heart of the valley farm pastures directly under the majestic beech woods and above the Manor farm buildings and car park. •Comfortable modern farmhouse •Ideal for entertaining; easy to run •Open fireplace •King-size Hepplwhite four-poster bed •Dog friendly •Child friendly •Sleeps 4 •Adjoins Over Court to sleep 9 Guest AccessManor Farm is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the Tudor manor-house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages, ‘wool' churches and wealth of scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys around Owlpen form its most spectacular and characteristic scenery. "Is this the most beautiful place in England?"--Fodor's Britain Guide Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud, Cam/Coaley and Kemble stations a few miles away. Prime area for bicycling and walking. Horse riding nearby. Other Things to NoteGolf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the peace and privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Close by there is a pub, village shop/ post office, micro-brewery and Prema arts centre in Uley. Supermarkets and antique shops—some by Royal Appointment--in Tetbury; also larger villages in Nailsworth and Dursley.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOver Court looks over the Owlpen valley. It has an entrance hall, a large country kitchen/ breakfast room and a mid-sized sitting room. The kitchen includes a fridge/ freezer and microwave, and beyond lies a utility area with washing machine. The cottage is centrally-heated throughout. Upstairs there are three bedrooms -- one big double room with king-sized bed, one twin, and a third small bedroom for a nanny or a child, with a single bed and sloping roof. There is also an airy bathroom with a bath and over-bath showerhead. The cottage is situated in the heart of the valley surrounded by pasture and directly under the majestic beech woods. Key Features Comfortable modern farmhouse Favourite for reunions Dog friendly Child friendly Sleeps 5 Adjoins Manor Farm to sleep 9 Over Court is one of nine romantic cottages set in a private wooded valley on the edge of the Cotswold hills. Here a fairy-tale Cotswolds hamlet centres around a church, with the famous Tudor manor house of Owlpen and a selection of romantic cottages all set in a picturesque wooded valley. This valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private beech woods and hills. There are many miles of walks from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswolds Way. Situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills the historic cities of Bath Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford Blenheim Palace and Stratford Upon Avon which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. National Trusts Newark Park is a few miles away as well as many historic houses including Berkeley Castle Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return to see and explore it all. Ample parking. Bed linen, towels and heating included. Wi-Fi is available. Regret no smoking. The Cyder House restaurant on site can be pre-booked for groups of 15 people or more by prior arrangement. The restaurant, manor house and cottages also adapt well as an unforgettable setting for weddings, gatherings of friends, meetings and corporate events. Laundry service available (extra charge applies). Short breaks. Location: pub and shop, microbrewery and arts centre in the nearby village of Uley. Guest AccessOver Court is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the manor house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Extra details Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations (London line) and Cam/ Coaley all a few miles away. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Horseriding, gliding and ballooning. Other Things to NoteThe Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House, Sudeley Castle and Highgrove--if you can get in. Westonbirt Arboretum and the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge are nearby. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return many times to see and explore it all.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis traditional cottage is laid out on one floor: an entrance hall leads to pretty sitting room with wood-burning stove, sofa and TV; bedroom with double bed, kitchen and bathroom, with bath and over-bath shower. There are no steps to climb (except for two outside from the car park). Situated off the lane from Uley village, adjacent to Summerfield farmhouse and opposite Owlpen farm, the cottage has delightful views west towards Uley with its church and iron-age Bury, and also down to the manor house. Summerfield is a favourite cottage for honeymooners and older folk. Summerfield is the best suited of our smaller cottages for guests with limited mobility. It has easy walking access with no internal stairs and only two to three steps up or down to access the property. However, the cottage is not specifically fitted for the disabled, so please call the Estate Office to discuss your individual requirements so we can advise on suitability for your needs. Key Features: New wood-burning stove installed 2016. Favourite with couples and older folk Dog friendly Enclosed private garden Only two steps Delightful views Sleeps 2 Guest AccessSummerfield Cottage is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Access to medieval landscaped gardens and orchards of the Manor House. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deal with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the manor house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will want to return to see and explore it all. Extra details Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud and Kemble stations (London line) a few miles away. Also Cam and Dursley station which is a short journey from Bristol. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Gliding and ballooning nearby ... in calm weather. Other Things to NoteThe Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will want to return to see and explore it all.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis historic building has been completely renovated in the same style as Owlpen's larger cottages. INTERIOR The open plan studio, light and spacious, has comfortable seating and a king-sized double bed, like a hotel suite. Key Features •Cosy retreat for two with rustic charm •Historic building with original features •Hotel suite style studio apartment •Dog friendly •Sleeps 2 Two steps lead up to the kitchenette and dining area with views towards the manor gardens and meadows. Adjacent is the bathroom, with sunken bath and handheld shower. The cottage is heated with high capacity electric storage heaters. Outside there is a large private terrace with a small wrought iron table to enjoy a morning cup of coffee in the sunshine. The cottage is situated in the heart of Owlpen's valley, over the Estate Office and Cyder House restaurant. Guest AccessThe Tythe Barn is set in a private valley on the Owlpen estate, with its 900 year-history and romance, in the most picturesque part of the Cotswolds. 2 hours west of London. Miles of private walks in meadows, hills, valley and woodlands. Interaction with GuestsFriendly staff in the Reception office deals with your wants and queries, bookings in the Cyder House Restaurant on the estate (prebooked only), servicing requirements and sightseeing suggestions. Nicholas and Karin Mander and their family live in the manor house on site. The NeighborhoodThe Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages and scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys here form its most spectacular scenery. Extra details Golf, gliding, riding, antique shops, historic houses, castles and gardens nearby. But many visitors never leave the privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history. Getting AroundCar recommended. 2 hours from Heathrow Airport, 1 hour from Bristol Airport. Stroud, Dursley and Kemble stations a few miles away. Prime area for bicycling and walks. Gliding and ballooning nearby, in calm weather. Other Things to NoteThe Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will want to return to see and explore it all.
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The SpaceBrook Cottage is a semi detached cottage located on the edge of the village of Uley, a village in the southern Cotswolds. The cottage is clean and simple, well equipped with all the main functions and kit for a self catering break, be it for three nights or longer. The living space downstairs is open plan and leads to a gadren area, while upstairs is the bedroom with ensuite shower room. Guest AccessAs a guest you have the proeprty to yourself, but please note that the owners live next door. Barbara is lovely and can be of as much or as little help to you during your stay! Even though they live next door, the owners keep themselves to themselves. There is off street parking in front of the cottage. Interaction with GuestsThey'll be little / no interaction other than a quick welcome to make sure you've got in. If you need help then the owners will offer it, but otherwise you'll be in peace and quiet! The NeighborhoodUley is a sweet and ancient little village. There are a couple of pubs and the odd basic shop, but nothing too dramatic! The real reason to come to this location is for the fantastic location, the countryside, the fresh air and the beautiful walks. It's a great spot to relax for certain. Nearby is Owlpen Manor which is gorgeous. If, however, youre up for a little more of an adventure, then you can go to the Stround Farmer's Market which happens most weekends (it was the first ever Farmer's Market in the UK and is now one of the best too), pop to Nailsworth for some lovely cafes and shops, try Tetbury which has the Cotswolds' best antique shops as well as Prince Charles' Highgove store. If that's not enough, then get yourself to Bath which is about 40mins drive away on a bad day, quicker on a good day. Getting AroundYou'll need a car really, as your deep in the Cotswolds here! Other Things to NoteThe cottage is set back off a road which runs into the village. The road isn't busy, but sometimes cars can be heard when your at the cottage. One customer mentioned that to us, so we felt it important that you are told this too. That said, they're the only customer who has said this! The owner charges £20 per pet.
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    This end terraced cottage is situated in the town of Dursley and sleeps five people in three bedrooms. 12 Library Terrace is a lovely end terrace townhouse in the market town of Dursley in the Cotswolds. This cottage is set over three floors and sleeps five people in three bedrooms consisting of one king-size double with en-suite bathroom, one single and one second floor twin with en-suite shower room, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen and sitting room with dining area. Outside there is off road parking for one car and an enclosed rear courtyard with furniture. 12 Library Terrace is an excellent base for visiting a variety of nearby attractions, lovely villages and towns. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: Dursley is a market town offering pubs, shops, restaurants, a golf course, indoor swimming pool and the Georgian Market House. Close by are a number of pretty villages and towns, plus the city of Gloucester and town of Cheltenham are within driving distance. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This end terraced cottage is situated in the town of Dursley and sleeps five people in three bedrooms. 12 Library Terrace is a lovely end terrace townhouse in the market town of Dursley in the Cotswolds. This cottage is set over three floors and sleeps five people in three bedrooms consisting of one king-size double with en-suite bathroom, one single and one second floor twin with en-suite shower room, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen and sitting room with dining area. Outside there is off road parking for one car and an enclosed rear courtyard with furniture. 12 Library Terrace is an excellent base for visiting a variety of nearby attractions, lovely villages and towns. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: Dursley is a market town offering pubs, shops, restaurants, a golf course, indoor swimming pool and the Georgian Market House. Close by are a number of pretty villages and towns, plus the city of Gloucester and town of Cheltenham are within driving distance. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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    4br cottage
      Orchard Cottage is a renovated holiday cottage set amongst some of the most stunning views in the Cotswolds and in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is ideal for a quiet escape, walkers and families. The cottage sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms with the added extra of a double sofabed downstairs, two small put up beds for children and two cots which can be put into any room. All rooms upstairs can be made into either twin or double beds. Three rooms are ensuit and there is one main bathroom. We have a large living space comprising of a large kitchen diner and large living room plus an extra room for playing games or watching tv. Outside we have a patio with seating area, pond, gardens and great views. There are stunning views from every angle of this property and is a perfect place to come and relax and enjoy the visitor attractions and beautiful scenery the Cotswolds has to offer. A quiet village near to larger towns. Surrounded by farm land and hills.
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      3br house
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      This charming, end-terrace cottage in Coaley in the Cotswolds can sleep up to six people in three bedrooms. Gladstone Villa is cosy end-terrace cottage in Coaley in the Cotswolds. Housing three comfortable bedrooms; two double rooms and a twin room and a bathroom with a bath and a shower, the property can sleep up to six people. The cottage also boasts a bright fitted kitchen, a family dining room, a sitting room and a sun room. Outside you will find off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with an unfenced pond, furniture and a BBQ. Nestled in the village of Coaley, Gladstone Villa is the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars with extra roadside parking. Lockable bike storage. Lawned garden with patio, furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Note: There is an unfenced pond at this property. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The pretty Gloucestershire village of Coaley lies in beautiful countryside, close to the Cotswold towns of Stroud, Dursley and Nailsworth. Boasting an 18th century village pub and community shop, the village offers many wonderful walking opportunities, including the Cotswold Way. It is overlooked by the Frocester Hill Nature Reserve, a National Trust wood and Coaley Peak, a twelve acre wild flower meadow and picnic site. Offering far-reaching views over the Severn Vale and Forest of Dean it is also the sight of the excavated Neolithic burial site, Nympsfield Long Barrow. With easy drives to wonderful unspoilt villages, Coaley really does make a perfect base for a holiday exploring the delights of the Cotswolds. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This charming, end-terrace cottage in Coaley in the Cotswolds can sleep up to six people in three bedrooms. Gladstone Villa is cosy end-terrace cottage in Coaley in the Cotswolds. Housing three comfortable bedrooms; two double rooms and a twin room and a bathroom with a bath and a shower, the property can sleep up to six people. The cottage also boasts a bright fitted kitchen, a family dining room, a sitting room and a sun room. Outside you will find off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with an unfenced pond, furniture and a BBQ. Nestled in the village of Coaley, Gladstone Villa is the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars with extra roadside parking. Lockable bike storage. Lawned garden with patio, furniture and BBQ. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Note: There is an unfenced pond at this property. Region: Visitors to the Cotswolds have long treasured memories of charming towns and villages built from the famous honey-coloured stone, it now boasts a thriving community of contemporary artists working from studios and shops throughout the area. Town: The pretty Gloucestershire village of Coaley lies in beautiful countryside, close to the Cotswold towns of Stroud, Dursley and Nailsworth. Boasting an 18th century village pub and community shop, the village offers many wonderful walking opportunities, including the Cotswold Way. It is overlooked by the Frocester Hill Nature Reserve, a National Trust wood and Coaley Peak, a twelve acre wild flower meadow and picnic site. Offering far-reaching views over the Severn Vale and Forest of Dean it is also the sight of the excavated Neolithic burial site, Nympsfield Long Barrow. With easy drives to wonderful unspoilt villages, Coaley really does make a perfect base for a holiday exploring the delights of the Cotswolds. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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      3br house
        Marlings End is a charming, self-contained Cotswold stone cottage, which housed one of the 13 weavers of Owlpen until the 1830s. Delightful views over the woods and hills of the Owlpen Valley and Manor estate. Downstairs there is a dining room, a separate fully-fitted kitchen with walk-in larder, a sitting room with open fireplace and a cloakroom. Upstairs has 1 double room, 1 twin room, 1 single room and a bathroom: ideal for a family. Old Crown pub, post office and local amenities only 10 minutes walk away in the village of Uley. Larger supermarkets closeby in the towns of either Stroud or Dursley. Activities such as horse riding/ golf/ watersports all within easy reach. Late deals available please enquire at the Estate office The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, surrounded by private woods and hills many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return many times to see and explore it all.
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        3br house
          A Grade I listed Stuart garden house of 1620 in a private wooded valley in the heart of the Cotswolds. Sleeps 2 to 5 on three floors. Loggia on the ground floor has views over the listed gardens of the Tudor manor house. The Court House with its romantic period charm is a favourite with history and architecture buffs. The front door opens directly into a garden loggia restored as an attractive dining room. The glass doors, divided by a simple Tuscan column, here frame the view of the east wing of the manor house and its yew trees immortalized by the etching of the famous Cotswold artist F.L. Griggs. The small open-plan kitchen leads from the dining room. The bathroom lies beyond, with a bath and over-bath shower. A narrow spiral staircase leads to a pretty sitting room in the old Justice Room on the first floor, with vintage horsehair sofa and charming brass nick nacks. The small main bedroom with zip and link queen-sized double bed (and a basin) are beyond. The stairs wind up again to two cosy bedrooms on the second (attic) floor -- with low ceilings for Stuart statures. The first, with twin single childs' beds nestled under the sloping eaves, leads through the trusses to the larger one, curtained off, with a small 4ft double bed. The oval bull's-eye windows enjoy delightful views over the valley. "Rooms cosy. It oozes history"--The Guardian. Late deals available please enquire at the estate office The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private woods and hills many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. National Trust's Newark Park and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return to see and explore it all.
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          1br cottage
            A self contained sunny cottage, adapted from an ancient Cotswold stone byre. Very Traditional, laid out on one floor with dining area, bathroom, and a double bedroom. A favourite for honeymooners, dog owners, and the older generations. Delightful Views over the Owlpen Valley and Manor. Walking distance to a country pub- only 10 minutes walk. Post office and local amenities only 10 minutes walk away in the village of Uley. Larger supermarkets closeby in the towns of either Stroud or Dursley. Activities such as horse riding/ golf/ watersports all within easy reach. Late deals available please enquire at the office Historic homes including Newark Park; woodchester mansion, Westbirt Arborelum; The Costwold Waterpark; Tetbury; Malsbury; Bath adn close by there is Horseriding, Tennis in town and Golf. Close by there is Uley post office and in Dursley- Sainsbury and a Grocery store.
            house
            4br house
              The Grist Mill is an early 18th-century watermill, a Grade 2 landmark listed building which sleeps up to 8 in four double bedrooms in a romantic Cotswold valley setting. It has been restored as a gem of a holiday home, with contemporary comfort and style. Surmounted by lantern and cupola. The ground floor has an entrance hall leading to a large open-plan kitchen-cum-dining/ living room, with two sofas, arm chairs and a snug wood-burning stove in addition to the central heating. The kitchen is in fitted pine, with dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and an antique pine table set with ash chairs designed by Ernest Gimson. Wooden stairs lead to the first floor (stone floor of the mill), which sleeps four. The master bedroom has a rare and opulent early eighteenth-century oak four-poster king-sized bed. The second bedroom has twin beds. Both bedrooms have beautiful views over the mill pond. There is a small bathroom with bath and overbath showerhead. The ample landing preserves a number of original mill features and the original loading-door opens to the west. The second floor (granary floor), acts as a hide for the bird life on the mill pond, with early 19th-century bolting machinery carefully preserved. Original elm stairs (steep and unsuitable for very young children or the elderly); a door keeps the stairs closed off from children. Here is a large double bedroom with king-sized bed and an open children's room, with two single beds. A second bathroom makes this four-bedroomed cottage comfortable for eight guests. Above this floor is a gantry cat-walk. A sack-hoist hangs in the cupola, whence light filters down through successive levels of glazed floor lights set in the traps. The Grist Mill is one of nine award-winning holiday cottages tucked away in the heart of the Owlpen valley in the most spectacular part of the Cotswold hills, altogether sleeping about 40 people. Ideal for weddings, private parties and family gatherings. This historic watermill is set below the Manor kitchen garden, with lovely views over the mill pond and valley. It has its own drive and enclosed garden, including a large table for al fresco dining. The private garden offers complete serenity, with the constant murmur of the Ewelme brook running gently by. Late deals availability please contact the estate office Historic homes including Newark Park; woodchester mansion, Westonbirt Arboretum; The Costwold Waterpark; Tetbury; Malsbury; Bath adn close by there is Horseriding, Tennis in town and Golf. Close by there is Uley post office and in Dursley- Sainsbury and a Grocery store. An early Georgian listed watermill at the bottom of a private Cotswold valley, sleeping 8. Ground floor opens to a large kitchen, dining and living room.. Spacious bedrooms with opulent 4-poster bed. Mill pond. Lantern, weathervane and cupola. The Cyder House restaurant at Owlpen can be pre-booked for weddings and groups of 15 people or more.
              house
              11br house
              • Pets Allowed
              Owlpen Manor stands at the head of its private wooded amphitheatre of hills, with a clutch of nine romantic holiday cottages straggling the spring-line along the Ewelme stream in the heart of the Cotswolds. The Owlpen experience is entirely unique, offering space, privacy and ''timeless English beauty''. The whole estate is a private hideaway which can accomodate up to 38 guests in a collection of listed historic buildings, honeymoon retreats and beautiful country cottages. Ideal for group gatherings, weddings, hen parties, three-generation holidays and family get-togethers. We can cater in the atmospheric Cyder House restaurant for prebooked groups of 15 people or more. The Cyder House is a listed historic building of the fifteenth century, with 'cruck' trusses. A gigantic oak cider press stands in the corner from 300 years ago, when cider feasts were held here. It is a stunning setting, furnished with portraits and arts and crafts furniture from the family collection. The Manor cellars offer a good selection of reasonably-priced wines, especially French and Spanish regional wines. There are local ciders as well. In addition to formal dinners, the house can serve light lunches and traditional home-made cream teas from the beginning of May to early September. This adaptable room can be hired on an exclusive place for meetings, office parties, weddings and receptions, as well as for corporate entertaining. The Cyder House Restaurant is fully licensed. Personal requirements can easily be accommodated with reasonable notice. Ask for copies of our suggested menus for group visits. The exceptional cottages at Owlpen sleep from up to 38 people in 9 individual cottages on the estate. The Cotswolds are one of England's best known touring regions of picturesque hills, limestone villages, 'wool' churches and wealth of scenic attractions. The magical deep wooded valleys around Owlpen form its most spectacular and characteristic scenery. "Is this the most beautiful place in England?"--Fodor's Britain Guide We can usually help you arrange any of the following: -Cook/catering -Maid service/extra cleaning -Local day-trips or tours -Airport pick-up/drop-off -Babysitting service -Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge The manor estate is in the 'Royal Triangle', set in the heart of the Cotswold Hills. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham, and Cirencester are all about 20 miles away with all their wealth of cultural and scenic attractions. Oxford, Blenheim Palace and Stratford-upon-Avon are popular day excursions. London is about 2 hours away. Heathrow Airport is a little closer. Whether interested in the famous limestone villages of the Cotswolds, prehistoric barrows, quiet lanes, antique shops, walking, Norman churches, gardens, good food and drink, visiting friends, or more likely a combination of these, the choice is wide and guests will barely scratch the surface during their stay. Apart from the Cotswolds and their wool towns and villages, other touring regions include the Berkeley Vale, the Forest of Dean, the Wye Valley, the Welsh Marches, the Malverns, and the Thames Valley. Historic houses, besides the estate itself, include Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House, Dyrham Park and Sudeley Castle. Within walking distance is Woodchester Mansion, an unfinished masterpiece of the Victorian age. Tourist attractions include the American Museum at Claverton Manor and the Roman Baths at Bath, Gloucester Cathedral, Westonbirt Arboretum and the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge. Gloucestershire is famous for its many gardens. They include Hidcote and Kiftsgate, Miserden Park, Painswick Rococo Garden, Rodmarton Manor, Barnsley House, Highgrove and Westbury-on-Severn. The house is the ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and for racing at Cheltenham. The estate forms a wild and secret valley extending along the Ewelme stream under the Cotswold edge. It is accessible, yet far from the intrusion of public roads and the commercial farming of the Cotswold plateau. The extensive native beech woods are carpeted with bluebells in the spring. Richly varied walks lead the serious hiker or casual stroller over many miles of footpaths on the estate and beyond. Long-distance trails are well organised in the surrounding area of the Cotswolds. Beyond the valley is an impressive group of archaeological sites. The Iron Age hill fort at Uley is the most impressive in the Cotswolds, commanding views over the Severn Vale to the mountains of Wales. Neolithic long barrows and Roman settlements lie on the hills. The estate and its neighbouring valleys form a haven rich in wildlife, with wildflowers in the fields, protected butterflies, deer and badgers, and a rich variety of habitat for bird-watching. Guests will not forget the fabled owls. As well as a traditional West Country livestock, and farms producing home reared organic meat, this is a sporting estate perfect for all forms of country pursuits. There is fly fishing, and rough shooting and clay pigeon lessons can be arranged. Riding, gliding and golf (with three courses) are all a mile or two away. Many activities are organized by for corporate programmes or private parties. There is plenty of room for those who want none of these but want simply to breathe in the peace and utter seclusion of a timeless countryside. The Manor is a mile east of Uley, off the B4066, at the small green past the Old Crown pub in Uley (just opposite the Church). Uley is a charming weaving village between Tetbury, Stroud (6 miles) and Dursley (3 miles west), signposted from the A 4135. The M5 Junctions 13 (north) and 14 (south) are a few minutes west: head for the B4066. The M4 is 12 miles south. Exit at Junction 18 and follow the A46 north in the direction of Stroud as far as the crossroads with the A4135. Then go west towards Dursley, turning second right after the Hunters' Hall pub in Kingscote down to village of Uley on B4066. Other Things to Note - The houses and cottages have a traditional feel and are the perfect escape to times of old. - The manor house is said to be haunted by the spirit of Queen Margaret of Anjou, wife of Henry VI. No-one has ever seen the ghost. - Owlpen is about as remote as you can get from the twentieth century in southern England. Please phone the estate office for group bookigns. Price and last minutes discounts available. The Owlpen valley 'has long been recognised as one of the treasures of Cotswold scenery' (Country Life). It provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway, where the manor house and its little hamlet of cottages is surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. This is Laure Lee country, situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills, mystery land of deeply wooded hills and trackless combes. The historic cities of Bath, Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive, as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford, Blenheim and Stratford Upon Avon, which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. Westonbirt Arboretum and the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge are nearby. Newark Park (National Trust) and Woodchester Mansion are three miles away, as well as many historic houses and gardens, including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House, Sudeley Castle, and Highgrove—if you can get in. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return many times to see and explore it all. A romantic secluded valley at the edge of the Costwold hills. A mystery land of deeply-wooded hills forming a wild and secret hideaway. The valley is a haven rich in wildlife, a habitat for bird watching and rural walks. The Owlpen valley 'has long been recognised as one of the treasures of Cotswold scenery' (Country Life).
              cottage
              Excellent
              25 reviews
              1br cottage
                Vineyard Cottage is a charming newly converted detached cottage in it s own grounds next door to the owners house and vineyard. It has parking for 3 cars. Light, airy, modern and spacious, the cottage is tastefully decorated. It has a cosy open plan living and sitting area with wood burning stove, TV and DVD and internet access. A well equipped kitchen with a pretty dining area leads out to a south facing decked sitting area with barbecue facilities and outdoor furniture. The downstairs shower room is modern and streamlined with a great walk in wet shower. There is a modern pull out sofa bed complete with linen for extra guests and a feature staircase which leads to a gorgous bedroom under the eaves complete with its own ensuite bathroom with washbasin and WC. There is also a Summerhouse, Butterfly Cottage, just across the gravel, with a sitting out area where you can have your 'Sundowners' and catch the last rays of sun.. The cottage is tucked away in the hills above Waterley Bottom, with its narrow winding lanes about a mile from Wotton under Edge and the Cotswold Way. There is a pub within walking distance and many pretty Cotswold villages and towns nearby. Local attractions include antique shopping in Tetbury. Highgrove House, The Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust, Berkeley Castle, Badminton with its horse trials in May, Westonburt Arboretum and Newark Park amongst others. Cheltenham with its many festivals and famous Pump Rooms is within easy access as is Bath with its interesting shops and Georgian crescents. There is also Calcot Manor , a 15 minute drive away has a Michelin star restaurant, a bistro and a Spa with gym and swimming pool. Or if you just want to stay close to home there are some great walks and cycle tracks on the doorstep as well as a Farmshop nearby where you can stock up with goodies and delicious home made meals and cakes. Prices are based on 2 people staying. For each extra person there is a supplement of ÂŁ20 per night for adults. (over the age of 12 years). And ÂŁ10 per night for children under 12 years old The area of Waterley Bottom is set above the hills of North Nibley with its narrow winding lanes and great walks . Tucked away in an area of outstanding beauty it s the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a weekend away after a busy week. Tucked away in the Cotswolds, VIneyard Cottage is perfect for a romantic weekend or a weeks get fit holiday, Set in beautiful countryside among narrow winding lanes where the main traffic is horses, there are lots of pretty villages and eating places near. Coffee ,tea, milk, condiments, bed linen, fluffy towels, logs ,loo rolls, soap,,wash powders etc includ
                farmhouse barn
                3br farmhouse barn
                  Over Court looks over the Owlpen valley. It has an entrance hall, a large country kitchen/ breakfast room and a mid-sized sitting room. The kitchen includes a fridge/ freezer and microwave, and beyond lies a utility area with washing machine. The cottage is centrally-heated throughout. Upstairs there are three bedrooms -- one big double room with king-sized bed, one twin, and a third small bedroom for a nanny or a child, with a single bed and sloping roof. There is also an airy bathroom with a bath and over-bath showerhead. The cottage is situated in the heart of the valley surrounded by pasture and directly under the majestic beech woods. Key Features Comfortable modern farmhouse Favourite for reunions Dog friendly Child friendly Sleeps 5 Adjoins Manor Farm to sleep 9 Over Court is one of nine romantic cottages set in a private wooded valley on the edge of the Cotswold hills. Here a fairy-tale Cotswolds hamlet centres around a church, with the famous Tudor manor house of Owlpen and a selection of romantic cottages all set in a picturesque wooded valley. This valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private beech woods and hills. There are many miles of walks from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. Situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills the historic cities of Bath Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford Blenheim Palace and Stratford Upon Avon which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. National Trusts Newark Park is a few miles away as well as many historic houses including Berkeley Castle Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return to see and explore it all. Ample parking. Bed linen, towels and heating included. Wi-Fi is available. Regret no smoking. The Cyder House restaurant on site can be pre-booked for groups of 15 people or more by prior arrangement. The restaurant, manor house and cottages also adapt well as an unforgettable setting for weddings, gatherings of friends, meetings and corporate events. Laundry service available (extra charge applies). Short breaks. Location: pub and shop, microbrewery and arts centre in the nearby village of Uley. "The setting is unforgettable...shut off from the twentieth century world, against a backdrop of woods. There is nowhere quite like Owlpen in the Cotswolds or, indeed, anywhere else." C. R CROSHER, ALONG THE COTSWOLD WAYS Over Court is a convenient modern farmhouse set in a commanding position overlooking the magical Owlpen valley in some of the most spectacular countryside of the Cotswolds.. With three bedrooms, it sleeps five comfortably.
                  cottage
                  1br cottage
                    Peter's Nest is a favourite cottage for honeymooners and couples--especially for walkers, solitary romantics and those with dogs! This Cotswold stone cottage tucked away in the woods is the perfect 'love nest' for two, Virgilian in bucolic peace and sweet sylvan scenery. In a clearing below Peter's Nest Wood known mysteriously as 'Hell's Throat', hard by a woodland spring, is this little self-contained cottage, by Woodwells farmstead, marked on an 1847 map. Downstairs we enter through the kitchen, which leads into the living room with comfortable dining and sitting areas, and a cosy wood-burning stove. The bathroom, with bath and overbath shower, is adjacent. The cottage is heated by storage heaters. Upstairs is the small double attic bedroom (with very low, sloping ceilings under the eaves) with queen-sized bed, enjoying views to the west down the Owlpen valley. Hanging space for clothes is provided under the eaves, and a small dressing table. Peters Nest is situated in the east of the valley in the heart of the woods, making it a perfect location for walkers looking to explore the valley, and is adjacent to Woodwells cottage. There is ample parking and a small garden adjoining the garden of Woodwells. There is also a large wilderness woodland dell to the east of the cottage. A small wrought iron table provides the opportunity to enjoy a sunset aperitif or breakfast coffee. Or watch the wild life and sociable pheasants. Key Features •Favourite with honeymooners •Nestled in the heart of the woods •Perfect location for walkers •Wood-burning stove •Dog friendly •Sleeps 2 Peter's Nest is one of nine romantic cottages set in a private wooded valley on the edge of the Cotswold hills. Here a fairy-tale Cotswolds hamlet centres around a church, with the famous Tudor manor house of Owlpen and a selection of romantic cottages all set in a picturesque wooded valley. This valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private beech woods and hills. There are many miles of walks from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswolds Way. Ample parking. Bed linen, towels and heating included. Wi-Fi is available. Regret no smoking. The Cyder House restaurant on site can be pre-booked for groups of 15 people or more by prior arrangement. The restaurant, manor house and cottages also adapt well as an unforgettable setting for weddings, gatherings of friends, meetings and corporate events. Laundry service available (extra charge applies). Short breaks. Location: pub and shop, microbrewery and arts centre in the nearby village of Uley. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England. Today it provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. There is a pub, village shop/ post office, micro-brewery and Prema arts centre in the nearby Cotswold village of Uley. Boutiques and antique shops—some by Royal Appointment--are in Tetbury; supermarkets in the market towns of Nailsworth and Dursley. Golf, gliding, riding within three miles. But many visitors never leave the peace and privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history.
                    barn
                    1br barn
                      The Tythe Barn, our smallest cottage, provides a cosy retreat for two, with truly rustic charm. It is medieval, a character split-level studio apartment set in the last bay of Owlpen's listed Barn, converted above the coach house in about 1700. With massive oak cruck beams and principal trusses (like 'A' frames) which date it to the 1450s, this historic building has been completely renovated in the same style as Owlpen's larger cottages. INTERIOR The open plan studio, light and spacious, has comfortable seating and a king-sized double bed, like a hotel suite. Key Features • Cosy retreat for two with rustic charm • Historic building with original features • Hotel suite style studio apartment • Dog friendly • Sleeps 2 Two steps lead up to the kitchenette and dining area with views towards the manor gardens and meadows. Adjacent is the bathroom, with sunken bath and handheld shower. The cottage is heated with storage heaters. Outside there is a large private terrace with a small wrought iron table to enjoy a morning cup of coffee in the sunshine. The cottage is situated in the heart of Owlpen's valley, over the Estate Office and Cyder House restaurant. The Tythe Barn is one of nine stunning cottages set in a private wooded valley on the edge of the Cotswold hills. Here a fairy-tale Cotswolds hamlet centres around a church, with the famous Tudor manor house of Owlpen and a selection of romantic cottages all set in a picturesque wooded valley. This valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England and provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private beech woods and hills. There are many miles of walks from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswolds Way. Situated in the Royal Triangle in the heart of the Cotswolds hills the historic cities of Bath Cheltenham and Cirencester are all within an easy drive as are the cultural and scenic attractions of Oxford Blenheim Palace and Stratford Upon Avon which are popular day excursions. An ideal base for the Horse Trials at Badminton and Gatcombe Park and racing at Cheltenham. National Trusts Newark Park is a few miles away as well as many historic houses including Berkeley Castle, Chavenage House and Sudeley Castle. The choice of attractions and things to see and do is huge and you will need to return to see and explore it all. Ample parking. Bed linen, towels and heating included. Wi-Fi is available. Regret no smoking. The Cyder House restaurant on site can be pre-booked for groups of 15 people or more by prior arrangement. The restaurant, manor house and cottages also adapt well as an unforgettable setting for weddings, gatherings of friends, meetings and corporate events. Laundry service available (extra charge applies). Short breaks. Location: pub and shop, microbrewery and arts centre in the nearby village of Uley. The Owlpen valley has long been recognised as one of the most romantic places in England. Today it provides guests with an exclusive and relaxing hideaway surrounded by private woods and hills and many miles of walks--from a gentle stroll round the estate trails to a 20 mile trek along the Cotswold Way. There is a pub, village shop/ post office, micro-brewery and Prema arts centre in the nearby Cotswold village of Uley. Boutiques and antique shops—some by Royal Appointment--are in Tetbury; supermarkets in the market towns of Nailsworth and Dursley. Golf (Cotswold Edge, Stinchcombe, Minchinhampton), gliding, riding within three miles. But many visitors never leave the peace and privacy of the Owlpen estate, with its miles of footpaths and 800-years of history.
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Parking
                      Guest AccessGuests free to use all areas.. Feeling at home is best policy. Interaction with GuestsV happy to help in anyway you like. Am a v keen walker and know all surrounding areas extremely well. Also love cooking and can provide evening meal if you like. The NeighborhoodExtremely friendly, community thriving Village. Getting AroundPlenty of off road parking. Train links to London, Gloucester, Birmingham and Bristol are 5 mins drive away.
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      Private room with double bed and private bathroom. 15 mins walk to town centre and amenities .Just off Cotswold Way. Approx five miles from Kingscote. Biker friendly . Parking for two medium size motorcycles off road. (Stone gateway is 38"/96cm wide). No parking restrictions on my road. Just the solid line in front of my gate for access :-) Full length bathtub with lashings of hot water and a shelf of maps to lend for your visit. No unaccompanied minors . No dogs. No smoking.
                      Home/Apartment
                      1br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceVineyard cottage is light airy and modern. it has a large upstairs bedroom with en suite loo and washbasin, as well as a downstairs shower room. The open plan living area has a large comfortable L shaped sofa bed. There is a wood burning stove a fully equipped modern kitchen, TV and DVD , internet access, a south facing outside terrace/breakfast area. and parking for 3 cars. Guest AccessThere are several nearby restaurants as well as a pub within walking distance. Interaction with GuestsThe owners are happy to interact with guests and to recommend and suggest places of interest should guests require any. The NeighborhoodWe love the winding tree lined lanes and valleys and the complete privacy and great walks over the hills
                      Bedroom
                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      • Gym
                      • Breakfast
                      The SpaceThe main Guest space is a self-contained area within the main house comprising two bedrooms and a shower room. The main bedroom has a large double bed and has super views up the Uley Valley, the second bedroom has bunk beds and views over the courtyard. The space is ideal for a family of four. There is an additional bedroom and sofa bed available so we are able to accommodate larger parties, but we only take a single booking so you wouldn't be sharing the space with another group Guest AccessYou will have a Choice of living rooms downstairs available for your own use including a Georgian paneled room with open fireplace. You are welcome to use the Gym facilities or enjoy a relaxing sauna. You will be sharing the house with myself and my wife, but the space is large enough to be independent if you wish. We have a grand piano, which pianists, experience or budding are welcome to play. Breakfast is included in the price. We will provide you with a key so that you can come and go as you please. The NeighborhoodUley is a small village which lies is in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty in the southern Cotswold hills. It is located about 2.0 East of Dursley on the B 4066 Stroud Road. The village lies in the lee of Uley Bury which is a large iron age hill fort dating from 300 BC and commands superb views across the Severn Valley. The village has a Shop, Pub, Brewery and Arts Centre with a Café. Getting AroundThe nearest railway station is Cam & Dursley. Generally we will be able to pick you up. Other Things to NoteI have a few bicycles that are available to rent on a guided tour basis. If you are interested in some Road Cycling or Mountain Biking I can offer some great routes.
                      cabin
                      Excellent
                      16 reviews
                      2br cabin
                        The Log Cabin is situated on a peaceful working 3rd generation family farm in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Cotswolds. Built to provide the perfect base for walkers and nature lovers to appreciate this mesmerizing area. There is no spot you would rather dwell for a week or two. Wander the hills, woodlands and valleys. Mingle in the streets of picturesque Cotswold villages. Discover the warm and friendly atmosphere of a Cotswold country pub. Experience lambing and shearing first hand. And when its all done, enjoy a glass of red while you marvel at the sunset sky from your balcony. "Having been coming here for 35 years this is where we stop the world and get off" "After our 4th visit we still marvel at the beautiful scenic countryside and peace and quiet of Ham Farm" "One of the loveliest places we have ever stayed at"
                        house
                        Excellent
                        1 review
                        6br house
                        • Pets Allowed
                        A former "Gentleman's Retreat" sitting proudly within secluded grounds of formal gardens. This victorian family residence offers spacious family accommodation with many period features typical of its origin including ornate cornicing , ceiling moulds , bay windows, high ceilings and pretty fireplaces in many of the rooms. Wick House Farm is situated in a private position nestled between the Servern Vale and the Cotswold Hills escarpment. Nearby villages including North Nibley offer a post office, pub and famous monument, that can be seen from the house. The near by towns of Wotton-under-Edge, Tetbury and Dursley are nearby with a selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. For those hoping to take a riding holiday there are stables and paddocks available if required.
                        house
                        Excellent
                        3 reviews
                        2br house
                          Our grade 2 listed coach house is warm, homely and relaxing. Centrally located in a tucked away position in the beautiful Cotswold market town of Dursley, it's a very short walk to the Cotswold way and many wonderful mountain biking trails. The Space The coach house has 2 double bedrooms and a comfy sofa bed in the sitting room which can be shut off and used as a bedroom. The open kitchen diner is fully equipped for 6 and includes local produce for a lovely breakfast for each day of your stay (eggs, bacon, bread, milk, cereals, jams). The bathroom has a Japenese deep soaking bath to soak the muscles after a hard day walking, biking or shopping as well as a seperate shower. There is a wood burning stove in the spacious living room with logs a plenty. Although self catering accomodation we ensure that all the basics are always topped up so you'll never have to go out shopping for dishwasher tablets, washing powder or loo roll! Guest Access 2 double bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen diner and sitting room. Bike storage serpatley if required. The Neighbourhood Dursley is situated in a beautiful wooded escarpment on the edge of the Cotswolds. The coach house is in a very centrally located tucked away and quiet position. Ideally located for the award winning pub The Old Spot as well as an array of eateries, a swimming pool and a super cool cafe and Vintage clothing shop. Close to Dursley are the attractive towns of Tetbury, Nailsworth and Stroud, the cities of Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester and all of the tourist attractions that the Cotswolds has to offer. Other Things to Note Please let us know if you are staying as part of a walking or mountain biking break and with advance notice we can organise dropping off and picking up from start and end points as well as providing yummy packed lunches. House Rules Unfortunatley we do not allow pets as we have regular guests who have allergies. All our bedding is luxury synthetic.
                          house
                          4br house
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Burrows Court offers self-catering accommodation in a fascinating three-storey building consisting of a Georgian-fronted mill-owners house believed to date back to the 13th Century. The building is now grade II listed and, while offering a high standard of comfort, has lost none of its unique character. The house adjoins the weaving-mill which is occupied by the owners. Please search burrowscourt for full details. NORTH NIBLEY, a parish in the hundred of Upper Berkeley, in the county of Gloucestershire, between Wotton-under-Edge and Dursley on the edge of the Cotswolds. The Tyndale Monument is visible from many miles away and is a useful landmark for anyone approaching the village from North, South or West. The village is of considerable antiquity, and was formerly famed for the manufacture of woollen cloth. The last battle between private armies fought on English soil was at Nibley Green on 20th March, 1469/70 between William, Lord Berkeley, and Thomas, Lord Lisle with a combined force of more than 1,000 men. The village is famously associated with William Tyndale, who translated The Bible into English.
                          Farmhouse
                          3br Farmhouse
                          Situated in Uley, this 3 bedroom house accommodates up to 6 guests and starts at just GBP 171 per night. It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 3 double beds and has 2 bathrooms. Bed linens and towels are included. Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a dish washer, a fridge, a freezer, a microwave, a toaster, and a kettle / water-boiler. The property has a garden and parking / a garage. Guests can also enjoy a TV. The property is suitable for smokers. Pets are not permitted. Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
                          apt. / condo
                          1br apt. / condo
                            Self contained annex in beautiful Cotswold village - Fantastic views across the Uley valley - Secluded garden with hot tub, patio, outdoor seating, sunbathing lawn - Uley has a community shop, post office, pup and cafe. Other shops and pubs within walking distance. - Uley is home to the Prema Arts Centre - 5 miles to railway station. Pick up and drop off by arrangement. - Perfect for hiking with footpaths and bridleways moments from the house. Easy access to the Cotswold way - Great location for mountain biking with challenging climbs, fun descent and singletrack! - Great base for cycle touring - We offer secure storage and washing facilities for your bicycles and motorcycles. - Happy to assist with route planning and suggestions for hiking, biking and motorcycling. - Easy reach of Bristol, Bath, Cirencester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Tetbury and many other historic towns and villages.
                            Other
                            Excellent
                            67 reviews
                            7br Other
                            • Pets Allowed
                            This wonderfully restored Georgian country house offers the perfect retreat either for a quiet, luxurious weekend, or bring the house to life with festivities and party celebrations. Step through the classic entrance doors to Ewelme Manor and discover this beautiful Georgian home. Designed by Anthony Keck in 1760 and once a 'Coming of Age' present to the late William Purnell, Ewelme Manor is the architect's earliest identifiable Gloucestershire country house, also closely associated with Highgrove, Berkeley Castle and Rodborough Manor to name just a few. The perfect house for entertaining in style, with a superbly equipped kitchen, the Aga, with companion, warming the heart of the home, numerous impressive reception rooms, all with magnificent period open fireplaces, and a recently added outdoor pool complex with cinema room, provides a more contemporary 'spa like' feel and an additional entertaining area. Start your day by taking morning tea under the verandah by the fountain. Enjoy a long, leisurely lunch with family and friends under the pergola on the south facing patio, overlooking the pool. Sip a cocktail before dinner in the study infront of the open fire and then dine with style in the 17th century dining room. Alternatively, you could just cosy up on a feather sofa in the 'snug' with the flickering flames of the woodburner, or settle down infront of a movie in the cinema room - the choice is yours to make. Take the time to unwind in one of the marble-clad bathrooms in an elegant roll top bath before retiring to your choice of spacious bedrooms, sumptuously furnished. The perfect end to the perfect day! Ewelme Manor even offers a 'feature bedroom' that your children will love! With a huge variety of local attractions and sporting activities and entertainment, it makes Ewelme Manor the ideal choice for adult and family celebrations alike, steeped in English History and classic Cotswold charm.
                            Cottage
                            Excellent
                            32 reviews
                            2br Cottage
                            • Pets Allowed
                            This is a lovely cottage situated just a few minutes walk from the beautiful Cotswolds Hills and the well known ‘Cotswold Way’. Also the beautiful Slad Valley is within easy driving distance , it's most famous resident Laurie Lee who's autobiography Cider with Rosie beautifully describes life in a Cotswold village in times gone by. It is also ideally placed to be within easy reach of Bristol, Gloucester and the RSPB’s Wildfowl centre at Slimbridge, originally founded by Sir Peter Scott . Onespringbank has easy access to the M5, the Cam & Dursley rail station approximately 3 miles away allows easy access to Gloucester and Bristol for city centre shopping. Onespringbank is also ideally located for the spectacular Severn Bore which attracts visitors from a large area including those brave enough to surf the wave as it surges up the river! The historic town of Dursley is within easy walking distance where a swimming pool and sports centre are available as well as individual shops and restaurants. Harry Potter fans may also recognise Dursley as the surname of Harry’s Uncle!!