VICTORIA STREET, BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER
01451 820 286
Situated in the
heart of Bourton on the Water, the Chester house is a 22 bedroom
privately run hotel.
With the river
Windrush running through the centre of the village and it’s honey
coloured stone bridges throughout, Bourton has earned it’s nickname, the
‘little Venice of the Cotswolds’
contemporary country style, Chester house offers a unique mix of relaxed
surroundings with exceptional service.
The hotel is
centrally located, so you really can do as little or as much as you
like, within our beautiful village or the fabulous surrounding Cotswolds
situated for exploring the excellent Walking, Golfing and Fishing
opportunities available in the area
SELF CATERING ACCOMMODATION
TEL: 01608 674 291
Bakers Farm Cottage
is an unusual property being built of natural stone and mellow brick
situated in a 'No through road' leading off the village green. It was
converted from a range of farm buildings in 1997 to a high standard.
Much of the character of the original building was kept such as the
exposed beams, roof trusses and the pine ledged and braced doors which
were made from the former roof boarding.
is a small village with a 12th century church, which lies in the pretty,
rolling South Warwickshire countryside, close to the borders of
Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire. The market towns of Moreton-in-Marsh (4
miles) and Shipston-on-Stour (6 miles) provide good day to day shopping.
In Long Compton (2 ½ miles) there is a good village shop, who will
deliver daily papers if required.
We are ideally
placed for exploring the excellent Walking, Fishing and Golfing
opportunities available in the region.
WINDMILL GRANGE COTTAGE
Luxury Self Catering
Visit Britain 4 star
+44 (0) 1789 720866
Windmill Grange Cottage is situated on the outskirts of Dorsington,
nestling on the borders of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and
Gloucestershire which offers interests for all the family. Ideally
situated for visiting The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon
Avon, Warwick Castle, Chipping Campden, Broadway, Surrounding Cotswold
Villages , Cheltenham and Bath. The cottage is situated in the grounds
of and linked to our family home, enjoying peace and tranquillity within
beautiful gardens and surrounded by
Weekly lets and short breaks
ACCOMMODATION IN BOURTON ON THE WATER
Tel: 01451 820
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catering apartments are located in the heart of the Cotswolds in Bourton
On The Water, approximately 200 metres from the centre of the village.
often referred to as the Venice of the Cotswolds, on the strength of six
picturesque bridges across the River Windrush.
is well adapted to handle the summer visitors, with pubs, coffee shops,
ice cream parlours and eateries. The architecture is traditional
Cotswold - stone roofs, gables here and there, mullioned windows, golden
brown limestone throughout.
years and over are welcome, but sorry no pets.
We have two
self catering apartments to offer, both sleeping 2. There is free
private parking with each apartment.
website for more details and we hope to see you soon.
Berry Hill, Coleford,
Tel: 01594 832 325
Berry Hill House is
an en-suite B&B establishment set in the middle of the village of Berry
Hill in the heart of the Royal Forest of Dean and close to Symonds Yat &
the Wye Valley. Rooms are fully equipped with Freeview TVs, coffee/tea
making facilities, etc.
There is off-road parking and secure cycle
Old Mill Cottages are
self- catering barn conversions, situated in a tranquil rural setting on
the banks of the river Thames at the end of a private drive. The
cottages are 4 1/2 miles south of Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds,
on a working arable, sheep and beef farm
The cottages are
surrounded by 100 acres of farmland affording splendid views and
footpaths including the recently created Thames footpath, leading along
the river Thames and joining up to the Cotswold water park and the local
villages of Ewen and Somerford Keynes. The cottages are within easy
reach of the Cotswold villages, Bath, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Oxford and
Children and well
behaved pets are welcome
Ideally placed for Walking, Fishing & Golf
LOWER SLAUGHTER - GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Nestled on the banks
of the River Eye this charming Cotswold stone building is located in the
heart of the picturesque village of Lower Slaughter. Privately owned by
Andrew and Christina Brownsword, Washbourne offers a relaxed ambience, a
style that is sympathetically balanced between the original features of
a 17th Century building and contemporary design.
The blend of old and
new creates the perfect stylish retreat and unwinding comes very easily
At the heart of the
village it is no surprise to find that Washbourne is well loved by
locals, who add to the friendly atmosphere that ensures guests feel they
are visiting a home from home. The warmth of the welcome here is genuine
and brings visitors back time and time again.
the perfect base to tour the Cotwsolds, Washbourne also offers ample
space to relax, whatever your preference, unwinding on the sunny
terraces in the summer or nestling by an open fire in the winter we look
forward to welcoming you time and time again
Tel: 01451 822 143
AFFORDABLE LUXURY IN A
In the shadow of
Symonds Yat rock, this 15th century farmstead, set in 80-acres of wild
pasture land, lies at the mouth of a beautiful gorge beside the River
There are seven
holiday cottages each with their own individual charm and character
sleeping between 2-7 people.
We offer guests
salmon & coarse fishing, while nearby canoeing, bicycle tracks and other
outdoor activities make this a perfect location for both family and
Located in one of
the most rural parts of the Wye valley, these holiday cottages are
nevertheless excellently placed to explore the Forest of Dean, nearby
historic towns or mountains and castles of the Welsh Borders
more information or to make a booking please go to our web site
or contact Jane on Tel: 01600 891448 or email
GAGE FARM, NEWLAND, GLOS
TEL: 01594 833 259
A warm welcome awaits
you at Cowshed Cottage, Gage Farm!
Cowshed Cottage is a
recently converted cowshed overlooking a historic 17th century
courtyard. It lies in an area of natural outstanding beauty.
Stunning views and
beautiful scenic walks start directly from your back door.
Our nearest village,
Newland is famous for its award winning pub, the church which is known
as "The Cathedral of the Forest" and an oak tree which may be the
biggest in England!
Cowshed Cottage is
finished to exceptionally high standards with central heating, fitted
carpets and high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
Off road parking for 2
cars on tarmac surface. Secure storage available for
The cottage is
personally managed and maintained by ourselves. We have a wealth of
local information as we have been residents in the area for over 30
years and will do all we can to make your stay refreshing, relaxing and
are ideally placed for Walking, Golf & Fishing
No agencies or
We hope that you will
enjoy our hospitality and that you will arrive as strangers but leave as
Charingworth, nr Chipping Campden
01386 593 555
The perfect Cotswold
manor house hotel in warm Cotswold stone, Charingworth has commanded
views over idyllic rural Gloucestershire countryside for 700 years.
Now we are proud to
announce that every one of the 26 bedrooms has been carefully
refurbished to the highest standard offering contemporary style, all-new
beds and duvets, plasma TVs, tea and coffee facilities and, most
importantly, fabulous bathrooms.
Choose from suites and
four poster rooms, all with their own character and many with private
terraces and views over five counties.
Ideally located for
exploring this beautiful part of England and the perfect hotel location
for the delightful town of Chipping Campden, Charingworth Manor is a
peaceful location for an important conference or elegant Cotswolds
Dine in our intimate
AA-rosetted restaurant with a seasonal menu that makes the very best of
fresh Cotswold produce, and unwind in our leisure facility with its gym,
sauna, steam room and pool. And there is the heart of England on our
doorstep, with historic houses and world famous gardens to explore,
Shakespeare’s Stratford to discover and the delightful Cotswold towns of
Chipping Campden, Broadway and Burford just a short drive away.
Bring your dog -
Charingworth is a pet friendly hotel and welcomes your dogs if they are
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THE STAR INN
MAIN ROAD, WHITESHILL, STROUD,
TEL: +44(0) 1453 765 321
The Star Inn is a 17th Century Village Inn
just off the Cotswold Way at Whiteshill between Painswick & Stroud,
will find local real ales served straight from the barrel
and voted 2012 Stroud CAMRA Pub of the Year. In 2010 we served 103
Guest Ales from around Britain. We host our Beer Festival in September
and benefit from many glorious Local Walks
newly modernised and refurbished Luxury 4* Accommodation and our
facilities include one family suite with sofa bed in the lounge plus a
double bedroom with shower, as well as 3 en-suite double bedrooms.
Car parking is available.
The Star Inn is a
friendly welcoming pub accommodating Businesspeople, Walkers & Holiday
Telephone: 01285 720 721
The Inn at Fossebridge in The Coln Valley is a charming
Georgian, Cotswold country retreat, with wonderful accommodation,
extensive grounds and fine food. A splendid country pub hotel, superbly
cosy in winter but also with pretty extensive gardens for the summer,
located 6 miles north of Cirencester in a dip on The Fosse Way (Roman
The Inn is within an hour’s drive from
Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, Bristol & Bath, whilst Cheltenham, Burford,
Stow-on-the-Wold & The Slaughters are a short distance away
Our 9 lovely
Georgian style bedrooms
range in price from £110 to £165 and are
each named after a local Cotswold Village or Town. All of our
1 Superior Four Poster King, 3 Superior King, 1 Superior
Twin, 1 Family Room, 2 Standard King & 1 Standard Double;
have either En Suite Bathrooms with shower attachment over bath or
If you prefer self catering accommodation then our 4 star detached
lakeside cottage may be for you. Sleeping up to 10 people this spacious
cottage has all modern conveniences and the added charm of a wood
The Inn is popular with ramblers who want to kick off their boots
and quench their thirst. Many delightful walks, through The Coln
Valley, are to be discovered from here up to Yanworth, Stowell Park
and The National Trust’s Chedworth Roman Villa
the heart of the North Cotswolds, offering peace and tranquillity to all
Mention ‘Walk and Stay’ website and receive a 10% discount when booking
a midweek break from Monday to Friday
not additional to any other special offer).
Luckley Farm is at the very heart of the North Cotswolds, with miles of
rolling Cotswold countryside in every direction. Luckley has 4 well
equipped, comfortable and welcoming self-catering cottages sleeping 1-36
people, offering guests the opportunity to relax and recharge in the
tranquillity of the rural environment, enjoying the swimming pool,
tennis court, games room and boule piste. Country pub within 1 mile,
serving good food and the very local Donnington ale.
Country walks from the door step - within a mile or two are the well
renowned Cotswold walks, The Diamond Way, Heart of England Way, Monarchs
Way, Gloucestershire Way and The Donnington Way. Within a few miles
walk/drive lie many charming Cotswold villages with familiar names such
as Stow-on-the-Wold, Moreton in Marsh, Chipping Campden, Blockley,
Bourton-on-the-Water and 30minutes drive stand Cheltenham Spa,
Cirencester, Stratford Upon Avon and Oxford.
Luckley Farm is easily accessible from all directions of the UK by car
and has a train station only 4 miles away in Moreton in March on the
London Paddington – Hereford line.
Upper Court -
Self Catering Accommodation
Upper Court has an
enviable location giving you access to the beautiful Cotswolds, the
Malverns and beyond.
We offer a choice of
accommodation, with self catering available in our holiday cottages or
Bed & Breakfast in the Manor House.
The thing most
commented on by our guests is the grand period setting in which our we
are located. Passing through a coaching archway, visitors enter an
impressive courtyard full of flowers and topiary. Here, they find three
of the original coaching buildings, each converted into stunning holiday
cottages. The Georgian manor house itself is no less impressive, so it
will come as no surprise to learn that Upper Court has been used as a
backdrop for fashion and film shoots
We can offer a range
of activities to make your stay more enjoyable, from Tennis, Croquet,
Billiards and an outdoor Swimming Pool to boating on our lake. The area
is an ideal location for Walking, Golf, Fishing, Horse Riding, Clay
Pigeon Shooting and much much more.
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for More Details of Activities Available Locally
Stroud Road,Cirencester, Glos
Stay in the Cotswolds / Planning a short break?
Why not make Cirencester, Capital of the
Cotswolds, your next destination, and stay in the historic setting of
the Royal Agricultural College?
Established in 1845, The Royal
Agricultural College is centred around a Victorian Gothic building and
stands in 25 acres of parkland just 10 minutes walk from the bustling
market town of Cirencester. It is a delightful, get away from it all
venue, yet easily accessible by road or rail, only 30 minutes drive
from the M4 and M5 motorways, and convenient for sightseeing or shopping
in nearby Cheltenham, Bath and Bristol.
So much to see and do …
Relax in glorious surroundings and
explore the rolling hills and picturesque villages of the Cotswolds.
The College provides a perfect base for those
wishing to discover the area on foot. Amble at leisure in fine English
countryside or the more serious walker can don stout boots to walk the
There’s a wealth of local history to uncover in this ancient Roman
settlement and for the sports minded we offer tennis, squash and a gym
on campus, with golf at Cirencester Golf Club and various other courses
just nearby. Water sports can also be enjoyed at Britain's largest
water park just outside Cirencester.
Every Comfort …
Character accommodation is available all
year round in en suite rooms within the historic main building of the
College. This increases during vacation period to
incorporate newly built residences around the perimeter of the campus,
with splendid views across open countryside. Double, twin and single
rooms are available and include tea making facilities and a hearty
breakfast. We can also provide dinner and a packed lunch on request.
See Our Web Site For More Details
|SHORT BREAKS & B&B
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century Cotswold manor house set in beautiful, peaceful gardens - With
spacious reception rooms and fine cuisine we are well suited for small
conferences, meetings and entertaining.
situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, Swindon 12 miles, Cirencester 10
miles. (Paddington to Swindon 50 minutes.) Easy access to M4 and M5, as
well as to Cotswold tourist sites such as Burford, Bibury,
Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-water, Cirencester. Oxford is 24 miles.
Many famous gardens (Hidcote, Sezincote, Kiftsgate, Barnsley House) are
within easy reach
The Manor has its
own cricket field. During the cricket season you can watch a game from
your bedroom or from the garden! Sports facilities in the vicinity are:
Golf, horse-riding, tennis, swimming, water sports (at the Cotswold
Water Parks) and joining organised walks
Tel: +44 (0)
converted Cotswold stone barn nestling in the beautiful Painswick valley
built on the site of a Medieval Castle, owning some outstanding
countryside views over the Cotswolds.
holiday home is close to the lovely Cotswold towns of Painswick and
Stroud and within a short distance of nearby Historic Gloucester, with
its excellent transport links and beautiful Cathedral, and Regency
Cheltenham with its wonderful restaurants, shopping and Racing.
is a wide variety of traditional and modern pubs and restaurants nearby.
Barncastle has 5
bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and will sleep 10 comfortably
Little Compton -
Moreton in Marsh - Glos
Tel: 01608 674588
Set amidst glorious
rolling countryside and in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural
Beauty, our North Cotswolds ‘home from home’ at Little Compton is your
great escape – the perfect location for exploring unspoilt villages and
Easily accessible on the London Paddington - Hereford
Great Western line and conveniently positioned between Oxford -
Stratford upon Avon - Cheltenham, a couple of days break may – well,
simply not be enough!
Once a Victorian
schoolhouse built in 1854 by the local brewery and more recently a
lively day nursery for surrounding village toddlers, our converted home
has a more genteel but still carefree atmosphere. We offer four
comfortable en-suite rooms, private sitting rooms and a choice of
indulgent or active pastimes and treats we are happy to prepare or book
Bike hire - country
walks - fishing - golf -
delicious hampers - classic car hire / tours -
theatre bookings -
supper trays - stag and hen
weekends - falconry - retail therapy - horse stabling / riding -
Or just tell us what
you would like …and we will always endeavour to accommodate
Tel: (01594) 842 339
3 star Visit Britain
quality assured self catering apartments in a period coach house
overlooking the Forest of Dean near the small town of Lydney.
8 golf courses
including Celtic Manor site of the Ryder Cup 2010 within 30 minutes
The Forest of Dean
is a National Park bordering a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural
Beauty'. With its woodland glades and wealth of wildlife, its
spectacular views and tranquillity, it offers throughout the seasons an
ideal spot for a relaxing holiday, with a rich variety of activities and
Direct rail link to
Newport, Cardiff and Gloucester.
COURTYARD COTTAGES FOR 2, 3, and 4 persons
1992 around three sides of a paved courtyard at rear of owners former
farmhouse and stables, set in 3 acres, the single storey cottages are
double glazed, of brick construction, incorporating materials from the
original Stables and Cider Mill - Situated about 3 miles from Cheltenham
Spa Town, with its elegant buildings, shops and varied attractions for
Music, Art and Sports enthusiasts the cottages are well equipped and set
in shared grounds of around 7 acres.
our Web Site for more info
44(0) 1242 584837
Kingham, Chipping Norton
+44 (0)1608 658389
Situated in the idyllic
Cotswold village of Kingham, the Tollgate Inn & Restaurant offers guests
something a little different from the norm - A Grade II listed Georgian
farmhouse dating back to 1720 and built from characteristic Cotswold
stone - It has been lovingly restored to provide a complete
home-from-home amongst some of the most beautiful and historic
countryside in Britain - The huge Inglenook fireplaces in both the bar
and lounge offer a warm and welcoming reception all year round, whilst a
delightfully relaxed and informal atmosphere fills every room - The
Tollgate Inn & Restaurant has been designed and managed with one clear
objective - your enjoyment. From the traditional flagstone and honey
coloured floors through to the beamed ceilings, The Tollgate is a place
you can really make yourself comfortable