Beautiful 4 bedroom detached house in the heart of Cotswolds-Stroud.
It is a well-maintained comfortable detached house with 4 spacious bedrooms, fully equipped modern kitchen and very convenient location. It has 6 beds and can sleep up to 8 adults. Suitable for family/friends gathering.
Please note that this is a no smoking, no partying quiet residential area.
Guests are expected to treat this property as their own during their stay with respect to house cleanness and safety care.
Please clean and dry the table. stove whenever used.
Food/snack eating or tea/coffee drinking is not allowed in any bedroom.
No outdoor shoes inside the property.
All lights should be turned off when you are leaving the house or going to bed.
Please don't feed or disturb the fish in the pond of the backyard.
With its dramatic Cotswolds landscape, unique arts and crafts heritage, fabulous festivals and independent shops, the Stroud District is the least commercialised and unexplored area for a holiday in the Cotswolds.
In fact, Lonely Planet recently named the South Cotswolds as one of Europe's best kept secrets.
The town of Stroud is the capital of the south western Cotswolds and located at the divergence of the five Golden Valleys, so named after the monetary wealth created in the processing of wool from the plentiful supply of water power.
Five populated valleys converge at Stroud, ten miles southwest of Cheltenham, creating a bustle of hills. The bustle is not a new phenomenon. During the heyday of the wool trade the river Frome powered 150 mills, turning Stroud into the centre of the local cloth industry. Even now, Stroud is very much a working town, and one which doesn't need its heritage in order to survive.