Once part of the local village brewery, "Half Pint Cottage" packs a lot into its tiny size.Completely refurbished in 2012,it provides ultra modern facilities alongside period Victorian features, cotswold stone walls and rustic beams. With lovely views, a cosy lounge, modern oak fitted kitchen and dining area, and a bedroom tucked under the eaves, this is country living in style. What's more there's a pretty cottage garden out front to relax in too, recently re-landscapedl. to provide a new patio area, and cotswold stone walling. Well behaved dogs welcome, please ask.
Romantic Cotswold cottage overlooking Stroud, dog friendly
- english, french, german, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- 15 Jan 2019
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Fabulous cosy little cottage, everything there that you may possibly require, a lovely touch was the note left, biscuits & a pint of fresh milk upon arrival, perfect location, lovely food & staff at the Bell just a few steps away.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Travelling by car, Selsley is within easy reach of Junction 13 on the M5, and less than a two hour drive from London.
Bristol airport (1 hour) Heathrow (1hour40min)
If using public transport it is perfectly possible to avoid having a car. Stroud is well served by bus and train, and a further short local bus ride or taxi will bring you to Selsley.
There is a bar/restaurant/ farm shop close by and a supermarket within an easy walk.
London Paddington to Stroud :1hr32min
Stroud centre:1.5 miles
Selsley is an interesting village with a working farm, Elizabethan manor house, and Parish Church, renowned for its wonderful stained glass windows created by William Morris, Burne Jones et al.
For keen walkers, the opportunities are endless. Selsley Common affords wonderful views towards Wales and the Severn estuary, and the Cotswold way passes through the village.
The newly refurbished seventeenth century Bell Inn is only a 2 min. walk away. The Royal Oak at North Woodchester is also a fine old pub,and an easy stroll through the fields(Quiz evening Thurs. and Sunday lunch).
Stroud is renowned for its Saturday farmers' market, where you can buy anything from free range eggs and locally made sausages, to olives and local cider.
There are a number of supermarkets in Stroud, the closest being Sainsbury's on the edge of Stroud, just a short stroll down Selsley Hill.
Stroud also offers an exciting range of wholefood cafés, while in the surrounding villages such as Nailsworth and Painswick you will find excellent fare in pubs, bistro bars and restaurants. The famous Woolpack pub, frequented by Laurie Lee, is to be found at Slad, on the edge of Stroud.
Other interesting places to visit nearby include : the arboretum at Westonbirt; Slimbridge Bird Sanctuary; Regency Cheltenham; Gloucester Docks; Cirencester Abbey; and many famous Cotswold villages such as Bibury and Bourton on the Water.
You will find a guide to local National Trust properties in the cottage, including nearby Woodchester Park, as well as other local guide books and O.S. maps.