Enjoying a peaceful location and within easy walking distance of Nailsworth High Street, this beautifully restored Cotswold holiday cottage is a great base for walkers and cyclists with canals, valleys and villages to explore.
This stylish grade 2 listed mill house enjoys a peaceful location set on the banks of the Nailsworth Stream, with spacious accommodation spread across three floors, private gardens and within walking distance of the vibrant town centre.
This beautifully restored cottage set within walled gardens is simply perfect for a stay in the Cotswolds. Accessed via the garden gate where you can relax with the gentle babble of Nailsworth Stream.
Step inside where you can leave your boots behind after a long day. The ground floor has a great open plan feel which is great for families wanting to get together, the kitchen dining area is light and spacious with French doors opening onto a small terrace overlooking the stream.
The kitchen has been finished to a high standard ad is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. A large table with seating for eight takes centre stage where you can enjoy a hearty supper.
For relaxing there is a cosy lounge with large corner sofa and armchair, here you can relax in front of the wood burner and enjoy a good movie.
When the day is done there are four bedrooms spread across two floors. The first floor has a double bedroom with en-suite shower and WC, a second double room and there is a bathroom with free standing bath. On the second floor there are two bedrooms each beautifully finished one with a double bed and the other a single.
Outside the cottage the walled gardens have been beautifully finished with well stocked boarders and Cotswold stone walls, there is a terrace off the kitchen area where you can enjoy a peaceful morning with the papers, or for summer dining there is a table and chairs.
There is a wood store and off-road parking for two cars.
Once an important Cotswold mill town, Nailsworth is now a unique shopping destination, boasting a wonderful selection of independent shops, cafes, delicatessens and arts and crafts to suite all tastes.
The Cotswold Way passes nearby for keen walkers, along with the historic canal with towpaths meandering through the valley into Stonehouse.
For those looking for a little more adventure there is the Cotswold Gliding Club offering day courses. water sports at the Cirencester Water Park, Gatcombe Park for enthusiastic eventers, Bath, Badminton, Tetbury and Cheltenham for the races, theatre and seasonal festivals to include the literature and food festival to name but a few.
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