Weavers Cottage is a delightful Cotswold stone period cottage, set back from the lane with wonderful views across the valley, accessed from the road via steps. It takes its name from the occupation of the previous inhabitants who would sit by the french windows and weave until the sun set in the west. The cottage is lovingly decorated and furnished to ensure guests have a relaxing and stress free stay.
Designed to accommodate two couples or a family of four, with two bedrooms and two modern bathrooms. The west facing garden enables you to enjoy breakfast outside or evening meals as the sun sets across the valley. In the winter enjoy the wood burning stove and settle down to a cosy evening.
Watledge is the old area of Nailsworth, a delightful lane with cottages dotted up the hill. A short walk takes you into the town which boasts an array of unique shops, ranging from local crafts, antique shops and clothes boutiques. There is a fantastic fish shop selling lobster and oysters, a great butchers and Hobbs artisan bakery. With three supermarkets in the town, together with a host of restaurants and take-aways, you can get all you need.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps four guests
Bathroom and shower room
Wood burning stove
Enclosed garden to the front of the cottage
On street parking
Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge per dog)
Minimum two night stay
Sitting room with french windows to the garden
TV with You View and blu ray player
Fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
Underfloor heating on the ground floor
Travel cot available on request
Attractions and nearby amenities
Nailsworth is surrounded by lovely countryside, Minchinhampton and Rodborough are only a short drive away. There are many walks from the cottage - along the old railway line which takes you to Stroud and up to the woods situated above the cottage
Visit the historic town of Cirencester (15 miles), the capital of the Cotswolds with many unique shops and restaurants.
Other points of interest within easy reach include the beautiful Westonbirt Arboretum.