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There is so much to recommend holidaying in Gloucestershire including the Cotwolds, the adventure of the Forest of Dean, the colour of Westonbirt Arboretum. The regency splendor of Cheltenham and the historic docks and Cathedral of Gloucester. Fabulous walking countryside.

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Alder House 11

Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Alder House From £2529 Availability

Resting in a privileged setting on the edge of the peaceful Swillbrook Lake Nature Reserve, guests will wake up to the sounds of birds as the sun rises. Alder House is an incredibly spacious contemporary home that boasts splendid panoramic views and makes guests feel at one with nature and totally relaxed. This upside down home has been designed with luxury bedrooms on the lower floors and living spaces on the second floor making the most of this glorious setting. Each floor benefits from a decked terrace where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee watching the sun rise or a late night drink watching the stars and listening to the soothing sounds of nature at its best. Alder House sleeps up to eleven guests in five exceptional bedrooms. The house is located within an exclusive, gated development in the heart of the Cotswolds. Just south of Cirencester, the development offers a fantastic range of relaxation and adventure facilities and activities for the whole family amongst stunning landscapes, nine lakes, two rivers, lakeside trails and hundreds of acres of lush green space. If the on-site entertainment does not make you want to stay still for your week, the glorious delights of the Cotswolds are on your doorstep. You can enjoy idyllic villages, historic towns, a rich heritage of country houses, stunning gardens, wildlife parks, arboretums and enchanting nature reserves. Wow! What a week you will have!

Alder House is finished to the very highest of standards with interior designers having a very good eye for colour schemes and finishes. Exquisite soft furnishings adorn the contemporary high class furniture and guests will want to linger in the immaculate, first class bathrooms. Most of all, from many of the rooms and in particular the open plan living room, the views are astounding and will captivate you.

The ground floor is home to three double bedrooms, all immaculate and offering calm and beautiful colour schemes. One is located at the front of the house and the other two face the rear with access to the ground floor deck and lush garden. The ground floor family bathroom is finished with designer fittings, gorgeous textured tiles and a walk-in rain shower. There is an external spiral staircase that leads you to the first floor decking.

The first floor of Alder House showcases the sumptuous master bedroom suite. It is absolutely gorgeous with stunning views, a modern roll top bath in the bedroom where you can laze with a glass of bubbles admiring the scenery, a separate shower room with a double walk-in shower and a large decked balcony. You will definitely want to enjoy a pre-dinner drink here. At the front of the house, you will find a gorgeous bedroom, ideal for children. The bunkbed has a double bed on the bottom and a single above. How much fun will three children have in this room! The room has its own en-suite bathroom and a balcony to the front. The balcony is perfect with a bistro table and swing seat. If children are given this room, they will feel very special indeed!

As well as the internal staircase, there is also an external spiral staircase leading from the first floor balcony to the second floor balcony. The second floor is home to the incredible open plan living space. With floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, it is bright and airy and boasts the most amazing panoramic views of Swillbrook Lake Nature Reserve. Alfresco dining can be enjoyed on the decked terrace using the barbecue. The stone toned glossy kitchen is outstanding with wonderful appliances including a wine fridge. The contemporary furnishings are fabulous. The dazzling white walls are perfect so that your eyes are drawn, not only to the views outside, but to the colour pops of the striking modern art and accessories. On cooler evenings guests enjoy the modern log burner.

Alder House benefits for a large, exclusive garden plot that stretches to the lake and includes a large lawn with a sunken trampoline. It won’t take long before your children discover that and start bouncing!

Alder House enjoys a very special lakeside location within a gated resort in the heart of the Cotswolds. Just south of Cirencester, guests enjoy many entertainment options within the development as well as being located on the doorstep of fabulous Cotswolds attractions. Villages and towns such as Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tetbury, Cirencester, Malmesbury and Lacock are all close by and the regency pleasures of Cheltenham and the Georgian glories of Bath are less than twenty miles away.

Bourton-on-the-Water, like most of the Cotswolds, lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is the Venice of the Cotswolds with beautiful bridges crossing the River Windrush. Gorgeous cosy cafes line the pretty streets together with houses made with enchanting honey coloured Cotswold stone.

Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town, the highest of the Cotswold towns exposed on the 800 feet high Stow Hill at the crossroads with the Roman Fosse Way. The town boasts a fascinating history. At the height of the Cotswold wool industry, it held annual fairs where as many as 20000 sheep were sold at one time. The Market Square is very attractive with its ancient cross, town stocks and an elegant array of Cotswold town houses and shops. You will find many fine antique shops, art galleries, gift and craft shops.

Tetbury is another historic wool town. It is an architectural gem with many of the wool merchant’s houses remaining the same as they were in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Parish Church of St Mary’s has one of the tallest and most elegant spires in the UK. Tetbury is popular for its independent shops including antique shops, vintage and interior shops, exclusive boutiques and the Highgrove shop. Tetbury holds many regular events including the May Day Wacky Races, the Spring Bank Holiday Woolsack Races when contestants carry 65lb woolsacks up and down the 1 in 4 hill, the August Summer Show, the September Food and Drink Festival, the October Tetbury Music Festival and the Christmas Lights Switch-on.

Close by, visitors can enjoy the stunning botanical experience of the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, the glorious Elizabethan Chavenage House used for many famous films and TV series, the beautiful Arts and Crafts Manor at Rodmarton, the 13th century Lacock Abbey and HRH Prince of Wales’ stunning garden at Highgrove. Local equestrian events such as the Badminton Horse Trials, Gatcombe Festival of British Eventing and Beaufort Polo are all popular.

Appelton House 12

Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Appelton House From £2591 Availability

Located on a stunning prestigious development just south of Cirencester, Appleton House is one of the premier properties with exceptional entertainment spaces and sensational lake and nature reserve views. This substantial six bedroom, architect designed home sleeps up to twelve guests in blissful comfort. Appleton House is an absolute gem of a holiday home and benefits from the extraordinary range of facilities and organised activities that are available on-site.

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, amidst gorgeous lakeside trails, rivers, lakes and hundreds of acres of lush greenspace, visitors enjoy the very best of the great outdoors along with a wonderful array of activities. Guests can enjoy fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, windsurfing, paddle boarding and birdwatching on the lakes, luxury spa treatments, a steam room, sauna, three gorgeous swimming pools including a bracing eco-pool naturally filtered by water lilies, a ‘restful reading’ lounge, tennis courts and a fabulously well equipped Technogym. Guest can also enjoy the simple pleasures of walking along the miles of riverside or lakeside trails, bike riding, spotting wildlife and picnics in a dreamy locations. Watersports tuition is very popular and during peak holiday seasons, children’s clubs offer fun activities including crafts, competitions, sports and hot chocolate and marshmallows by the woodland fire. There is a handy on-site shop and a wonderful restaurant which also offers takeways if you do not want to cook.

Although you may want to stay at Appleton House with groups of friends, it is very much geared to families with a bunk room and a ‘Princess’ bedroom. Of course, one of your adult guests may feel like sleeping like a princess for the week but perhaps you probably will not find them chilling out in the children’s playhouse on the lower decked terrace! The entertainment spaces inside and out are outstanding, perfect for celebrations and group get togethers.  

The front door of Appleton House opens onto a very spacious entrance hall with direct access to decking facing south over the gorgeous and tranquil Swillbrook Lake. The ground and first floors are home to an impeccable master bedroom, two charming double bedrooms, one twin, one bunk room and a single room with a truckle bed. Most of the bedrooms open up onto wonderful decked terraces where you can admire the stunning scenery and lounge on deluxe furnishings. The exquisite master bedroom suite and the sumptuous twin room share a terrace decked with loungers and a lovely rattan hanging nest chair, just the perfect spot for a morning cup of coffee or a read of your holiday book. Both of these rooms also boast immaculate en-suite bathrooms with showers over the bath. The master also offers an iPod dock so that you can listen to your favourite soundtracks. There are a further two double bedrooms, each with immaculate interior design. The soft hues of the walls are brightened with gorgeous bright colour pops from the modern art and luxurious soft furnishings. The bunk bedroom is a child’s dream and probably the scene of late night excited chatter. Then there is the ‘Princess’ room with its dreamy four poster bed with a pull out truckle underneath subject to request. This room really is just suitable for children as the bed is slightly narrower than a standard single. As well as the two en-suites, there are two extremely well-appointed family bathrooms. Even these have enchanting decoration.

The second floor boasts the wow factor you may be looking for! With long walls of glass, the open plan living space is illuminated with wonderful light and the lake and nature reserve views are breathtaking. The sleek contemporary kitchen boasts a high specification with a wine cooler, double oven with warming draw and a breakfast bar where guests can keep the chefs company while they prepare a feast. Next to the kitchen is a small dining table for children with a huge television with Freesat and a Blu-ray player on the wall. The main indoor dining area is lakeside with a huge, top-notch extending table and trendy overhead lighting. You will certainly be dining with a view here! There are two beautiful seating areas, one surrounding the gorgeous, modern wood burning stove and another lakeside with sumptuous furnishings and another television. The choice of furnishings and accessories is seriously impressive. There are striking colour accents everywhere drawing your eye, that is if you can take your eyes off the alluring scenery. Sliding doors open to fabulous decked terraces on both sides of the property. Lakeside, you can enjoy alfresco dining with a view or simply lounge and count your blessings. It is very easy to see why Appleton House is one of the development’s most prestigious properties.

Appleton House enjoys a fabulous lakeside location within a gated resort in the heart of the Cotswolds. Just south of Cirencester, guests enjoy many entertainment options within the development as well as being located on the doorstep of fabulous Cotswolds attractions. The Cotswolds boasts idyllic villages, historic towns, a rich heritage of country houses, stunning gardens, wildlife parks, arboretums and enchanting nature reserves. Popular visits are to Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tetbury, Cirencester, Malmesbury and Lacock as well as the regency pleasures of Cheltenham and the Georgian glories of Bath which are less than twenty miles away.

Bourton-on-the-Water, like most of the Cotswolds, lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is the Venice of the Cotswolds with beautiful bridges crossing the River Windrush. Gorgeous cosy cafes line the pretty streets together with houses made with enchanting honey coloured Cotswold stone.

Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town, the highest of the Cotswold towns exposed on the 800 feet high Stow Hill at the crossroads with the Roman Fosse Way. The town boasts a fascinating history. At the height of the Cotswold wool industry, it held annual fairs where as many as 20000 sheep were sold at one time. The Market Square is very attractive with its ancient cross, town stocks and an elegant array of Cotswold town houses and shops. You will find many fine antique shops, art galleries, gift and craft shops.

Tetbury is another historic wool town. It is an architectural gem with many of the wool merchant’s houses remaining the same as they were in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Parish Church of St Mary’s has one of the tallest and most elegant spires in the UK. Tetbury is popular for its independent shops including antique shops, vintage and interior shops, exclusive boutiques and the Highgrove shop. Tetbury holds many regular events including the May Day Wacky Races, the Spring Bank Holiday Woolsack Races when contestants carry 65lb woolsacks up and down the 1 in 4 hill, the August Summer Show, the September Food and Drink Festival, the October Tetbury Music Festival and the Christmas Lights Switch-on.

Close by, visitors can enjoy the stunning botanical experience of the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, the glorious Elizabethan Chavenage House used for many famous films and TV series, the beautiful Arts and Crafts Manor at Rodmarton, the 13th century Lacock Abbey and HRH Prince of Wales’ stunning garden at Highgrove. Local equestrian events such as the Badminton Horse Trials, Gatcombe Festival of British Eventing and Beaufort Polo are all popular.

April Rise 2

Gloucestershire, Heart of England

April Rise From £630 Availability

A romantic retreat for two, April Rise shepherd's hut is named after the Cotswolds most famous son, Laurie Lee, and his famous poem of the same name.

Ash Lodge 4

Lechlade-on-thames, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Ash Lodge From £276 Availability

Ash Lodge is a ground floor lodge near the village of Lechlade, just 14 miles from Cirencester. The lodge sleeps four people and has one double bedroom with en-suite shower. Also in the cottage is an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove and sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for one car and a private patio with furniture and barbecue. Situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, Ash Lodge is a lovely base from which to explore this delightful part of the world.

Aspen Manor 12

Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Aspen Manor From £2591 Availability

The award-winning and innovative house design of Aspen Manor is fabulous, offering stylish contemporary living at its best. With five very attractive bedrooms, this sensational holiday home sleeps 10 guests though an extra 2 adults can sleep on a luxury sofa bed plus there are two toddler beds and travel cots available on request. Aspen Manor boasts stunning south-facing views across the beautiful Mintey Lake from many of the rooms and from the beautiful decked terrace. Mintey Lake is situated on an exclusive, prestigious development in the Cotswolds where guests are offered a fantastic range of facilities for the whole family amongst stunning landscapes, nine lakes, two rivers, woodland, lakeside trails and hundreds of acres of lush greenspace. The development is prestigious, upmarket and offers both supreme relaxation and adventure in equal measures.

Aspen Manor benefits from a large plot that neighbours the nature corridor on the estate. With uninterrupted scenic views, you will feel away from it all and enjoy the great outdoors. Designers have worked their magic with Aspen Manor. It is stunning with natural colour palettes throughout, luxury furnishings and the very best technology. It boasts an incredible Home Cinema room to provide families with an exceptional entertainment experience as well as a Sonos sound system throughout the whole house and 4k televisions in each room. Most of the lakeside elevation is glazed making the most of the spectacular vistas and illuminating the rooms. The front of the property features warm timber cladding and beautiful, honey coloured Cotswold stone. The blend of textures and materials is delightful.

The ground floor is home to the stunning Home Cinema room with sumptuous sofa seating along the length of two walls, a Samsung 65 inch 4k LED TV with 5.1 AV receiver which is connected to 5 high performance in-wall speakers to provide a high quality cinema surround system experience. There is also a utility room with laundry facilities and an American style fridge freezer, a cloakroom and the vast open plan living space. The contemporary two-tone kitchen is a chef’s dream with outstanding appliances including a wine fridge and Nespresso coffee machine. It features a large central island with bar seating for 5, perfect for a chat while your dinner is being prepared. The dining table and sumptious sofa arrangements are perfectly positioned to take advantage of the sensational lake views as well as the contemporary log burning stove. The stove is a focal point, built into gorgeous Cotswold stone pillar. With floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows all around, the living space is bright and beautiful and steps straight onto the wrap around deck.

Aspen Manor boasts five exceptional bedrooms, four of which enjoy the added attraction of private balconies overlooking the lakes. There are also five immaculate bathrooms across the two upper floors. The first floor master bedroom suite is a splendid, luxurious retreat with a super king bed, ensuite bathroom, 4k television and its balcony. There are two further exquisite king bedrooms on the first floor with ensuite bathrooms and balconies. The lovely twin bedroom features zip and link beds which can be converted to a super king if you wish. The family bathroom is stunning with a large bath. The final king bedroom is found on the second floor with luxury linens, private balcony, luxury ensuite bathroom and 4k television. The Sonos sound system is available in all of the bedrooms. How lovely to be able to laze in bed listening to your favourite tunes! Every room in Aspen Manor is beautifully furnished and decorated with elegance.

Outside, guests can enjoy the quality wraparound deck with its alfresco dining, barbecue, outdoor heater and ambient lighting. It is surrounded with a glass balustrade and beyond is a lush lawn stretching to the lake. What a spot for a delicious supper watching the sun go down over the lake!

The estate facilities and activities include an award-winning spa which offers wonderful treatments, a steam room, sauna and three swimming pools including a bracing eco-pool naturally filtered by water lilies. The estate also enjoys a library, a ‘restful reading’ lounge, tennis courts, a children’s playground, restaurant, shop, watersports tuition, a Technogym, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, children’s clubs in peak holidays and so much more. This is definitely the perfect location for multi-generational holidays and meeting up with friends.

Aspen Manor enjoys a very special lakeside location within a gated resort in the heart of the Cotswolds. Just south of Cirencester, guests enjoy many entertainment options within the development as well as being located on the doorstep of fabulous Cotswolds attractions. Villages and towns such as Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tetbury, Cirencester, Malmesbury and Lacock are all close by and the regency pleasures of Cheltenham and the Georgian glories of Bath are less than twenty miles away.

Bourton-on-the-Water, like most of the Cotswolds, lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is the Venice of the Cotswolds with beautiful bridges crossing the River Windrush. Gorgeous cosy cafes line the pretty streets together with houses made with enchanting honey coloured Cotswold stone.

Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town, the highest of the Cotswold towns exposed on the 800 feet high Stow Hill at the crossroads with the Roman Fosse Way. The town boasts a fascinating history. At the height of the Cotswold wool industry, it held annual fairs where as many as 20000 sheep were sold at one time. The Market Square is very attractive with its ancient cross, town stocks and an elegant array of Cotswold town houses and shops. You will find many fine antique shops, art galleries, gift and craft shops.

Tetbury is another historic wool town. It is an architectural gem with many of the wool merchant’s houses remaining the same as they were in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Parish Church of St Mary’s has one of the tallest and most elegant spires in the UK. Tetbury is popular for its independent shops including antique shops, vintage and interior shops, exclusive boutiques and the Highgrove shop. Tetbury holds many regular events including the May Day Wacky Races, the Spring Bank Holiday Woolsack Races when contestants carry 65lb woolsacks up and down the 1 in 4 hill, the August Summer Show, the September Food and Drink Festival, the October Tetbury Music Festival and the Christmas Lights Switch-on.

Close by, visitors can enjoy the stunning botanical experience of the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, the glorious Elizabethan Chavenage House used for many famous films and TV series, the beautiful Arts and Crafts Manor at Rodmarton, the 13th century Lacock Abbey and HRH Prince of Wales’ stunning garden at Highgrove. Local equestrian events such as the Badminton Horse Trials, Gatcombe Festival of British Eventing and Beaufort Polo are all popular.

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Clearwell, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £421 Availability

The small village of Clearwell is peacefully tucked into the valley, though small the village has a bustling community and is well served offering two village inns and restaurant. The property neighbours Clearwell Castle which is a wonderful wedding and events venue. And Clearwell Caves where you can step back in time to the days of mining. For walkers you are surrounded by countryside with well waymarked paths that will guide you through some breath taking scenery. Both the Forest of Dean and Wye valley are steeped in history with many medieval and market towns to explore, Ross on Wye, Monmouth, Tintern and Hay on Wye. And for a little more adventure outdoors there is canoeing and rock climbing at Symonds Yat, Mountain biking for all abilities throughout the Forest of Dean and for serious walking the Black Mountains just across the border. This beautiful dovecote is perfect for two, Grade II listed and lovingly restored by the owners of the farm that it is situated within. The solid oak door opens onto the ground floor, the lime plastered walls and exposed wooden frame are enhanced by the contemporary style of furnishings, relax in front of the TV, or enjoy a simple supper with views onto the courtyard garden. The kitchen has been hand crafted with solid oak work tops and wooden shelving that slips into the background. The kitchen area is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge freezer. So, when the day is done, climb the wooden stairs to the top of the dovecote where you will find a double bedroom set within the eaves, this circular room is full of character and has an en suite shower and WC. Step outside there is an open aspect courtyard area with seating where you can enjoy a morning coffee in the sun and the church bells on a Sunday. There is off road allocated parking for one car.

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Longborough, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £902 Availability

Longborough is nestled on the hillside above the beautiful Evenlode valley just North of Stow on the Wold. This traditional Cotswold village is peaceful and largely undiscovered with some hidden gems. The village is famous for the opera promenade concerts in the summertime, tearoom and local inn. And for a fresh loaf of bread the community village store. Just a stones' throw away are Moreton in Marsh and Stow on the Wold, with Lower Slaughter, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Bourton on the Water and Burford all close by. Further afield are the historic towns of Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare s birthplace, and Cheltenham, home to the literature and food festival and Horse racing. More local attractions include Chastleton House and Gardens, Hidcote Manor, Daylesford Organic farm shop and Batsford Arboretum. Situated within the heart of a peaceful village and perfect for relaxing. The small covered porchway offers space where you can leave your walking boots. A small entrance hall offers access into the open lan living space. The lounge/diner is a great space for relaxing with friends after a day out in the fresh air, sink back into the sofas where you can enjoy the instant heat from the gas fired wood burner, there is a TV where you can enjoy a good movie. For dining a round table for six where you eat, drink and celebrate. This space enjoys access onto the gardens. The kitchen area has been finished with a contemporary style and will test the best of chefs. Well equipped with an electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A small utility room with washing machine and WC can be found close to the rear door. Upstairs the bedrooms are spread across two floors. The first floor offers two double bedrooms both with en suite shower and WC. The second floor offers a king size room with en suite shower over bath and WC. Outside and enclosed garden with table and chairs and a charcoal BBQ. There is off road parking for 1 car and unallocated parking on the road.

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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £570 Availability

Winchcombe is a small town with a selection of period properties to admire and a handful of shops to browse, as well as tea rooms and pubs. There is so much to explore in the surrounding areas, from the vast Cleeve Common with its rare plants, to Belas Knap long barrow, Hailes Abbey, Stanway House, and Snowshill. Sudeley Castle is just a short walk across the fields, or take a 25 mile round trip by steam train from Toddington. The family will love a visit to Cotswold Farm Park, home of Adam Henson, or the Regency spa town of Cheltenham is only seven miles away. Stratford and Oxford are within an hour's drive, and popular Cotswold towns Stow on the Wold and Bourton on the Water are within easy reach. High ceilings and exposed beams give this barn conversion a sense of space and elegance as you enter the lounge. A piano sits in the corner and there is a selection of books and games to choose from, with comfortable soft furnishings to relax on, a TV/DVD for when you want to catch up on your favourite shows you ve missed, and a gas fired remote control wood burner effect fire to keep everyone warm in winter. The beautifully fitted country style kitchen is a large area, containing everything you might need during your stay, including an electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. There is a separate utility room housing a washing machine and ironing facilities, and next to floor to ceiling windows is a dining table to seat up to six people looking out over the garden. One of the two bedrooms is located on the ground floor, with beautiful beams and a king size bed, and the large wet room is also on the lower level, with a walk in shower and WC. There are stairs leading to a mezzanine floor where there is a fold out futon (a small 4ft double), and a TV for playing DVDs on (there is no aerial for this TV). The second bedroom has a super king size zip and link bed (can be made into twin singles on request at time of booking), and has a small en suite WC. Outside there is an enclosed garden with a large bench and a BBQ, perfect for dining on a summer s evening whilst looking across at the surrounding countryside. There is also a garage and off road parking.

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Cinderford, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £580 Availability

The traditional mining town of Cinderford lies within the heart of the Forest of Dean and is well served for you to enjoy local produce from the gourmet butchers, smokery and deli. With easy access into the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, you can explore using the family cycle route, or simply take in the many sculptures within the sculpture trail. Beechenhurst where you can swing from the trees at Go Ape or enjoy a cake and coffee from the café. For wildlife, there are several nature reserves where you are free to roam. For mountain bikers, you can take on one of the many downhill trails, along with rock climbing and kayaking for the more adventurous. For a family day out you can visit, Clearwell Caves, Puzzle wood, Perry Grove Railway, Hopewell Colliery, Dean Heritage Centre and Tintern Abbey. Enjoying an elevated location with far reaching views across the Forest of Dean, the entrance to the property is situated to the side. Kick off your walking boots and step inside the contemporary kitchen/diner where the chef amongst you can enjoy preparing supper with everything you need. Well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. A table and chairs for four to relax and plan your next adventure. Step up into the lounge which is beautifully finished and where you can sink back into the large sofa after a day exploring, there s a TV for a favourite film. Two bedrooms upstairs, a twin room(zip and link, which can be made into a King size upon request) with a large picture window to enjoy stunning views across the Forest to the Welsh mountains, and a king size room with an en suite shower over bath and WC. There is also a second shower and WC on this floor. Outside you ll find a private garden complete with a table and chairs for that al fresco dining and your own private hot tub ready to relax and soak in the bubbles. Off road parking for two cars or motorcycles and a hosepipe to rinse away the cycle trails.

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Lechlade 4mls NE, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £741 Availability

The pretty hamlet of Kencot sits on the Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire border where the barn is truly rural and set within acres of mature farmland of which you are free to roam. There is easy access to the river Thames towpath, which takes in several tea rooms and inns along the way. The nearby RAF Brize Norton base offers a unique experience for anyone interested in planes, For plane enthusiasts there is an annual Air Tattoo show at RAF Fairford.The picturesque villages and towns of Burford, Bourton on the Water and Stow on the Wold are all within easy reach and boast a tempting selection of cafes, restaurants independent shops and galleries. Other nearby attractions include Tetbury, Cheltenham, Oxford and The Cotswold Wildlife Park. Drive into the countryside and across the cornfields where you will arrive at the barn, set within acres of farmland, the barn is off grid taking its energy from a generator and wind turbine. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised by the eclectic style that the owner has taken time to create. The entrance hall has ample space for coats and boots and wiping off muddy paws, offering access to a utility room with a shower room with shower and WC. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is nice and spacious with the dining area set within the heart of the barn conversion and enjoys views across the farmland. The open lounge enjoys the warmth of a wood burner along with a TV. The kitchen, finished with bespoke cabinets and granite work tops is well equipped with electric range oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. For relaxing and enjoying a good book why not put your feet up in the snug, a room designed for book worms, with bookcases brimming with good reads and a TV. When the day is done climb the wooden stairs up to the first floor where you will find two bedrooms. A king size room with exposed beams and en suite bathroom with claw foot bath and WC, and another king size room with exposed beams and countryside views, plus an additional day bed suitable for a child. There is a shower room with shower and WC also on the first floor landing. Open the doors onto the gravelled patio area, a great place for summer dining with table and chairs. The gardens are enclosed along with ample parking and there is a charge point for electric cars.