Cuckoos Nest an ideal location for relaxation
Nick and Caroline
Pool / Spa
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A mid week stay with my daughter, her husband and their 6 month old baby
A great house with a lot of extras provided eg coffee, tea, milk, biscuits as well as lots of toys and games. The house was on three floors so they all had the downstairs rooms and I took the bedroom on the third floor so they had their own space. The lounge/ kitchen area was comfortable and the kitchen was well-stocked with cooking utensils and appliances. The view over the lake was a real treat every day and although it rained every day during our stay we made good use of the spa and were often the only people in the pool. We enjoyed cocktails in the little cafe on site but it was a pity it didn’t open Monday- Wednesday. Communication with the owners was excellent however booking with HomeAway proved more complicated and rather fraught.
My daughter said it was the most relaxed she had been on a holiday.
Short trip to do Cotswolds 113 triathlon
What a great place to stay for this event! Everything perfect thank you.
It was like Dr Who's tardis, inside was unbelievable large and clean. There was 8 of us and we were all happy.
Fabulous house, beautiful location and a very relaxing weekend enjoyed by all!
Very comfortable family holiday accomodation
We stayed at Cuckoos Nest for a week. Caroline and Nick went through a lot of trouble to make the house cosy and the Christmas tree and decorations were a special touch. We were a family of 8 and enjoyed cooking in the spacious well equipped kitchen. The one shower head was broken and Caroline arranged for this to be fixed on a Sunday. Amazing service. The kids enjoyed the pool and it was great going for walks on the property. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
Well located, clean and spacious. An enjoyable stay.
The property was well located with lovely views. All rooms were clean and spacious, large enough for 8 adults and a baby. We used the spa swimming pool which was good. The welcome pack of tea, coffee and biscuits was a great touch and unexpected. All linen and towels were spotless and in plentiful supply. Will definitely be returning.
Although there is plenty to entertain you on your door step, should you venture outside, the charm of the Cotswolds awaits. Below are listed a number of the nearby attractions which will make for a wonderful day out:
* Cirencester is an historic Roman town in the heart of the Cotswolds with attractions from a Roman Amphitheatre to the nearby Chedworth Roman Villa. The Corinium Museum in an important source of information on the local history. Cirencester has many fine examples of historic mosaics, including one which can be found near the Brewery Arts Centre in the heart of Cirencester.
* Stow-on-the-Wold is a small market town of about 2000 people set in the Cotswold Hills. It stands beside the Roman Fosse Way at its junction with six other roads, where a settlement has existed since the Iron Age. Like many of the Cotswold towns and villages, the houses were built with the very distinctive mellow Cotswold stone from local quarries.
* Cotswold Wildlife Park: lions, white rhinos
Golf: The nearest golf course is at 'Cirencester Golf Club' on the Cheltenham Road which is just north of the town and approximately 8 miles from the Lower Mill Estate. Green fees are reasonable and visitors are welcome.
(Please, do not hesitate to contact owner for website link or further information).