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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 £2718 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.

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

Glasshouse, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Ash Lodge From £404 Availability

Ash Lodge is an all-ground-floor lodge in the hamlet of Glasshouse near to Newent in Gloucestershire. The lodge sleeps four people and has one king-size bedroom with an en-suite shower room, a twin bedroom and a family bathroom. Also in the lodge is an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining are a an a sitting area with an electric fire. Outside there is a private decked area with furniture and off-road parking for two cars. One of a group of three, Ash Lodge is a superb holiday home in the beautiful Forest of Dean.

Aspen Manor 12

Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Aspen Manor From £2681 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.

Barn in Gloucestershire 2

Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £567 Availability

The unspoilt village of Naunton sits at the head of the Windrush Valley and is just off the main tourist trail. Well served with a traditional village pub, in a beautiful spot by the river Windrush, it s a perfect base for enjoying the area, whether you re walking, cycling or horse riding. A network of pathways weave their way across the breathtaking countryside and quaint Hamlets. You will have easy access to a host of attractions including the Cotswold Farm Park, Naunton Golf Course and numerous National Trust properties and gardens. Further afield Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon are both great for a day at the races or a night at the theatre. On entering this cosy and intimate single storey barn conversion, you will find yourself in the bright and inviting lounge. Tastefully furnished and with TV and patio doors leading to the garden, this is a relaxing and welcoming space. Moving through into the spacious and stylish kitchen/diner, you will find the attractively designed kitchen is well equipped with everything you may need includingan electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The dining area is ideal. Exploring this charming property further, there is one comfortable and cosy double bedroom. You will also find a bathroom, complete with shower over the bath and WC. Heading outside, you can relax at the end of the day and maybe enjoy an al fresco meal in the charming open courtyard which is fully furnished and is complete with BBQ. Off road parking is available for two cars. Stabling is also available by arrangement direct with the owner. Any property identified with increased accessibility may have different levels of provision. It is therefore, advisable that you contact us before you book to ensure the property meets your specific requirements.

Barn in Gloucestershire 9

Coleford, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £1322 Availability

Peacefully tucked away in the heart of the Forest, this truly unique property was a former cowshed and is brimming with character. The property is conveniently nestled in a prominent position overlooking the valley, you are well placed within the fringes of the traditional working village of Bream, well served with a traditional village pub, and two convenience stores. An absolute haven for fun seekers with easy access to the cycle trails and down hill courses that will test the best of mountain bikers, abseiling and caving at Symonds Yat rock, canoeing and a high wire rope course. No matter what the time of year you will be spoilt for choice with a vibrant events calendar, with food festivals to include Abergavenny and Forest Showcase festival, Clearwell Castle is within easy reach and many of the smaller villages host music festivals throughout the summer months. Not forgetting the Hay on Wye festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup. Take in the peace and tranquillity as you arrive at the front door of the converted bull pen, stepping into the porch where you are invited to leave your muddy boots behind. The kitchen forms part of the original bull pen and is brimming with original wooden beams and is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. A breakfast table takes centre stage and is the perfect base for planning the day ahead. There is a utility room with washing machine additional fridge/freeze and room for dogs to dry off, along with a shower and WC. Step into the lounge which is warm and welcoming with an open fire, cosy sofas, exposed beams and TV/DVD. This area opens onto the dining room where a large wooden table with solid wooden chairs takes centre stage ready for any celebration meal. There is access from the dining room to a snug with TV and sofa bed for occasional guests. When it s time to say goodnight climb the stairs where you will find a further double with en suite shower room and WC, two super king size zip and link bedrooms (which can be made up as twins on request) and a further family room with a double bedroom and additional single bed. Lastly there is a bathroom with shower over bath and WC on this floor. The cottage is surrounded by mature gardens where you will find a table and chairs with BBQ for dining and a number of benches where you can enjoy the summer sun. After a day of exploring why not relax in your own hot tub or try your hand at star gazing. There is also a 2 acre enclosed area for dogs, a tennis court and secure bicycle storage and washing facilities. There is off road parking for five cars. For a small fee you can rent out the party tent and Bull bar for parties, located in the garden next to The Bull Pen up to 30 guests if requested

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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £572 Availability

The peaceful hamlet of Badgeworth is surrounded by countryside, with a wealth of walking from your front door, along with the Regency Spa town of Cheltenham on its doorstep. This central location offers easy access for touring the larger Cotswold market towns to include Bourton on the Water, Broadway, Burford and Stow on the Wold. Cheltenham famed for the Gold Cup and many festivals throughout the year, to include the literature and food festival, Cirencester, Tetbury and Bath are also within easy reach. This area is rich in history and well served by the National Trust with houses and gardens to visit, including The Roman Villa, Hidcote Gardens and Chastleton House. Head inside to receive a warm welcome from this detached barn that has been handcrafted with natural wood, exposed brickwork and an eclectic style that further enhances its charm. Enter the property into the lounge/kitchen/diner which is spacious and unique. In the lounge you will find the arm chair and sofa in front the wood burner, perfect for an evening of watching your favourite movies on the TV/DVD. Stepping into the dining area, with low lighting, is perfect for that romantic dinner for two. The kitchen area has been handcrafted and is well equipped with gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher. An external utility area with Washing Machine and tumble dryer sits just outsdie the barn. When the day is done continue down the hallway where you will find a king size bedroom that has views across the countryside. Completing this accommodation there is a stylish shower room with rainfall shower and WC. Step outside to enjoy the views across the countryside, with a recently extended enclosed patio and courtyard area to the rear of the barn where you can take a soak in your own private hot tub, or simply enjoy a family meal with the outdoor table and chairs. If you want to explore the area on two wheels, the owners provide bike hire. There is covered off road parking for two cars.

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Bredon, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £674 Availability

The peaceful hamlet of Conderton with its picturesque mix of honey coloured stone and thatched roofs enjoys an enviable location on the southern side of Bredon Hill. The property is situated on Overbury Estate, a part family owned agricultural estate covering 1,565 hectares where you can explore miles of unspoilt farmland, served by a network of footpaths and bridleways that many people fall in love with. Also a great base with access to Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, and the ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe where you will find Sudeley Castle. There is racing at Cheltenham and Stratford on Avon, and the The Prescott Hill climb which holds motoring event or a little closer to home visit Toff's Pottery , Beckford Silk and Teddington Store where you will find some fantastic local produce to enjoy during your stay. After a taking in the beauty of this peaceful hamlet a warm welcome awaits you in the hallway with its traditional bench, washing machine and ample space for coats and boots. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with French doors bringing in the light and the exposed beams complimenting the contemporary design of the property, it is a perfect space for couples to relax, with a comfy sofa and the TV which are inviting for a cosy evening in. The kitchen is well equipped with a combined electric oven/microwave, electric hob and fridge/freezer. The dining area is set neatly to side with seating for four if you wish to have friends to supper. When the day is done you will find a good sized bedroom with garden views, king size bed and wardrobe with hanging space. The en suite shower room has a large double shower cubicle and WC. The self contained garden located next to the property is just perfect to watch village life go by, with a table and chairs and with a lawned area and low stone wall giving a view across the village. The property also benefits from a balcony from the reception room with table and chairs and steps leading to a private fenced garden. Village pub is re open for January 2020 under new management. There is off road parking for one car.

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Blakeney, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £398 Availability

Enjoying an enviable location, a short distance from the traditional village of Blakeney, well served with a village store and selection of country pubs. Perfect whatever the time of year, in springtime enjoy the magnificent rhododendrons and azaleas at Lydney Park Gardens and the carpets of bluebells at Bradley Hill woodlands. Summertime enjoy a cruise along the river Wye, or for the little more adventurous there s rock climbing and canoeing. The forest is at its best in autumn with The Golden Mile where the whole area is a riot of golds and russet. For family fun other attractions include, Dean Heritage Centre, Puzzle Woods and Clearwell Caves, Go ape, the Forest of Dean Cycle Centre and Cyril Hart Arboretum. Take in the views across the valley before you leave your boots at the front door, the inviting hallway offers ample space for coats and shoes with access to the lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge with TV/DVD has comfortable seating finished with a contemporary style and colourful soft furnishings, sit back and watch a movie. The kitchen is situated to the rear of the room and is well equipped with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine, and for dining a table for four. There are also two bedrooms on this floor one double and one twin (which can be made into a twin on request) along with a bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Step out onto your private enclosed garden, the views are simply stunning, there is a table and chairs and charcoal BBQ for summer dining. There is off road parking for two cars.

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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Barn in Gloucestershire From £530 Availability

Upper Coberley is a small hamlet of cottages set within established farmlands. Well positioned for walkers with easy access to The Cotswold Way, where you can join the pathway going south towards Leckhampton Hill and north towards Dowdeswell. You are also well placed for exploring the larger Cotswold market towns to include Cirencester, Bourton on the Water, Burford, and Stow on the Wold. Cheltenham just five miles away, famed for the Gold Cup and many festivals throughout the year. Cirencester the Capital of the Cotswolds, Tetbury and Bath are also within easy reach. This area is rich in history and well served by the National Trust with houses and gardens to include The Roman Villa, Hidcote Gardens, Chastleton House and Cerney House gardens. Drive through the electric gates and take some time to absorb the views across the countryside before you step inside. This Cotswold stone cottage offers a warm welcome, the kitchen area is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing/dryer. The lounge area offers glimpses of the countryside and makes a cosy retreat with colourful furnishings, local artwork and a Smart TV/DVD to enjoy a good movie in the evening. Stepping through to the dining room there is a table set for four if you chose to entertain, again you can enjoy views onto the countryside. When the time comes to say goodnight climb the stairs where you will find a double bedroom with Velux windows and across the small landing a bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Step outside where you can enjoy the views, where there is a small area with table and chairs with an open aspect, along with a garden bench to the rear where you can really make the most of the views. There is parking for one car at this property.