The Old Chapel is a unique Cotswolds family holiday home, sleeping up to 10 (maximum 8 adults) in four bedrooms.
This beautiful, self-catering accommodation is set on the steep slopes of the Slad Valley, in the heart of the Cotswold Hills, one of the most picturesque and unspoiled locations in England.
Described by The Guardian newspaper as 'one of the best cool holiday self-catering accommodations in the Cotswolds...it's both homely and stylish,' The Old Chapel was also awarded 'Best Unique Property' by Unique Holiday Cottages.
The hamlet of Slad, immortalised by Laurie Lee in his famous novel 'Cider with Rosie', boasts stunning views, a choice of great walks and one of the best pubs in the Cotswolds – The Woolpack.
The converted chapel, built in 1865 and thoroughly renovated a few years ago, provides contemporary, stylish and very comfortable holiday accommodation.
Home comforts include a large and very well equipped kitchen-dining room, a huge open-plan living space with wood-burning stove, and separate TV areas for you and the kids. With a wonderfully quirky graveyard in the garden the Old Chapel is a long way from your usual self catering Cotswolds holiday cottage.The furniture is a mix of antique, retro and contemporary, and is ideal for two families to share. The owners continuously maintain the Old Chapel to a high standard.
Surrounded by wild flowered meadows, ancient woodland and rolling hills, with breath-taking views and walks directly from the front door, this is an ideal self-catering base for Gloucestershire walking holidays, and is well-positioned for visiting other parts of the Cotswolds, and towns such as Bath and Cirencester. It is available for long weekends, weekly rentals or longer breaks.
The Old Chapel is not your average Cotswolds cottage (no low ceilings, no cramped living space). It's a large, unique, stylish family holiday home with wonderful views inside and out.