Cosy and peaceful cottage, enjoying a peaceful village location on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, great for visiting some of the area's finest offerings.
A PEACEFUL HIDEAWAY IN THE HEART OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S OLD ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE
Located in the village of Upton St Leonard’s, this pretty traditional stone cottage which is a converted stable is a perfect base for those wishing to explore the nearby villages and breathtaking countryside. Short breaks welcome all year round. Especially well positioned for the Victorian Christmas markets at the Gloucester Quays.
Ideally situated on the fringe of the Cotswold’s and adjoining the owner's home, this property offers a wealth of National Trust and English Heritage sites for you to enjoy as well as sites such as the Gloucester Docks and Quays with restaurants, cafes and outlet centre . The Cotswold Way passes nearby for keen walkers, along with established bridle and cycle paths. Coopers Hill being the venue for the annual cheese rolling. With easy access to Cheltenham for the races, theatre and seasonal festivals to include the literature and food to name but a few. Afternoon tea in Painswick with visit to the Rococo garden is 3 miles away and both Bristol and historic Bath are a short drive away.
This cosy peaceful cottage offers ONE double room accessed via an open tread staircase. Bathroom: with shower over bath and WC. Lounge: with woodburner (first basket of logs included) and TV/DVD. Kitchen: well-equipped with electric oven/hob, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment. Outside: private courtyard garden with seating and BBQ. Amenities: parking for one vehicle. Bed linen, towels, electric, gas central heating (upstairs heating provided by the woodburner) and Wi-Fi included, laundry service available. Regret no smoking in the property. 1 dog welcome. Location: pub and village store 1 mile.
Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.