Tennyson House (45 Mill Village) is situated in a quiet corner of the award-winning 450 acre private Lower Mill Estate. Close to the Cotswold water park, in the south of the Cotswold region. The estate is fully managed and secure. It includes 7 lakes and the River Thames, the rear deck to the cottage directly overlooks the river itself and beyond, the garden runs down to the banks of Mill Lake. In 2011 Lower Mill Estate won the prestigious award for 'UK's BEST DEVELOPEMENT'.
There is a shared heated pool and sauna, tennis court, and children play area. The cottage has 3 bedrooms, one king double, one double, and a single. There is also a sofa bed downstairs if needed to sleep total of 7. The cottage is fully equipped, and has a wood burning fire. All linen and towels supplied.
During school holidays and peak times there is a minimum 3 night stay.
There is a restaurant onsite.
Wi-fi internet access available at the cottage along with a TV.
There are many walks around the estate and beyond, as well as a lovely pub and restaurant within easy walking distance. There are some areas of special interest for wildlife enthusiasts and birdwatchers, and also carp, coarse and trout fishing available on the lakes.
Wildlife and birdlife: The estate is very proud of its untouched areas of some significance when it comes to bird and wildlife.
Late in 2005 the first European Beavers introduced back into England were released and are hoped to thrive in a far corner of the estate.
There are viewing hides so they can be watched.
The estate is also home to a wide range of Bird life, from waterfowl to owls.
Details of guided walks and the best spots are available from the property or the estate office.
Fishing: There is some excellent fishing on the estate, both coarse fishing and fly fishing.
The coarse fishing is specialised and mostly specimen fishing, and the lakes would be classified as 'hard' and not really suitable for beginners. As a tenant you are able to fish (within the estate fishing rules) details of which are available at the house.
Please note: This cottage doesn't have access to the ArtSpa.