Charming stone cottage brimming with original features and courtyard area, within walking distance of Minchinhampton a well served traditional market town
This charming stone cottage is finished with a contemporary twist and is located just a short walk from the vibrant village square, simply perfect whatever the occasion or time of year.
This charming cottage is simply brimming with character and finished with a contemporary twist.
Leave your boots by the door and step into the open-plan lounge/diner, finished with soft colours, exposed beams and original stone fireplace fitted with a wood burner, where you can sink into the sofa and relax after a day exploring, whilst watching the TV.
A dining table and chairs is set by the window where you can enjoy a wonderful supper.
The kitchen is to the rear of the cottage, accessed up a couple of steps, finished with light colours and is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washing machine.
A latch door within the lounge gives access to the cottage stairs leading to the first floor, where you will find a double bedroom with shuttered windows and beautiful bed linen.
Completing the first floor is the bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC. Climb the cottage stairs to the second floor, home to the second bedroom, a double room with vaulted ceiling and exposed natural stone.
Step outside into the enclosed garden, a table and chairs are set on the raised level of the gardens where you can enjoy the afternoon sun and al fresco dining.
There is roadside parking nearby, subject to availability, parking is not permitted on the road the property is located on.
Perfect cottage for a quiet break in the Cotswolds. The cottage has all the facilities needed for a comfortable stay and is a short drive away from local villages and walking routes. The street was peaceful and parking was relatively easy. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by Adam
Small but perfectly formed. A very comfortable and very warm cottage in a traditional Cotswold village. Well-equipped and with contemporary decor it is a very easy cottage to live in and enjoy.
Reviewed by Rosemary
Set high within the Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common’s that are managed by the National Trust.
This vibrant village is a picture-postcard image of what people expect of a small Cotswold town, well served with a selection of nice shops, village pub and places to eat.
You are well placed for walking, surrounded by beautiful countryside, Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common with their famous golf course and grazing cattle is just a short drive away, with many other well marked footpaths that will take you through the picturesque valleys.
Enjoy exploring the many Cotswold towns to include Cirencester, Tetbury, Bath and Cheltenham.
The area is also well served with a wealth of National Trust properties and gardens, along with Westonbirt Arboretum with changing colours throughout the year.
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