Built in the late 1960’s/ early 70’s in glass, timber and Cotswold stone, this self catering holiday rental property has recently been refurbished to a high standard. The interior has been sympathetically restored to reflect the period it was built, comprising of mid-century fittings, furniture and posters.
Externally the house consists of a private heated swimming pool surrounded by cedar decking, (please note the pool is covered and not in use during the colder months). This holiday cottage is set in grounds shared by the owner, but is discretely tucked away, and is southwest facing so there is sun throughout most of the day.
The property is a short walk to the pub, The Prince Albert, and Stroud has an award winning Farmers market open on Saturdays, as well as a variety of independant shops and cafes.
Sunny modern house with views across the Stroud Valley. Near Cheltenham. Short breaks welcome.
Why stay in hotel accommodation when this holiday rental home is a 5 minute walk from Rodbourough Common, a 300 acre grassland owned by the National Trust, surrounded by an eclectic mix of golf course and cattle, encompassing panoramic views of Stroud, the five valleys and as far as the River Severn, Sugar Loaf Mountain in Wales and beyond?
This self catering property is less than a mile from the small market town of Stroud with its independent shops, pubs and cafes. There are regular arts and music events held here as well as a weekly award winning Farmers Market selling primarily locally grown and artisan food.
Stroud train station is less than a mile away, where there are hourly links to London, Gloucester and Cheltenham.