South Cerney, Gloucestershire
Modern luxury meets classic Cotswolds style at Stonemason’s Cottage, your relaxed getaway in glorious Gloucestershire.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
As you approach Stonemason’s Cottage, your mind harks back to an older, simpler time. The quaint building, made of local stone and boasting exposed beams, neutral tones and period features, is your tranquil escape from the modern world. Perfectly located in the village of South Cerney, it’s easily accessible from Bristol, Bath, London, the Midlands and South Wales.
Entering the building, you’re greeted with a decor that combines traditional features with modern luxuries. The bright, airy and spacious interior is your ideal home from home. The large living room features deep, dark green velvet sofas and armchairs that are perfect for sinking into after a long day exploring the highways, byways and waterways of the Cotswolds.
Moving through to the fully-equipped kitchen, traditional fittings and fixtures combine with everything you need for a break with family and friends. Cook up a feast to be enjoyed in the large dining room, or in the summer months, head outdoors to the huge, mature garden to dine alfresco. Relax on the patio surrounded by established plants and manicured lawns as you sip a cold drink and reconnect with loved ones.
Heading upstairs, three double bedrooms are the perfect place to rest tired heads after a long day. Refresh and recharge in the large, walk-in shower, before heading downstairs for a fresh cup of coffee from the Nespresso machine and a hearty breakfast ready for the day ahead.
South Cerney village is a watersport lover’s paradise. The Cotswold Water Park is a mere 15-minute walk away and boasts plenty of activities for all ages from kayaking to sailing, paddleboarding to birdwatching, there’s something for everyone.
For those that love exploring the Cotswolds on foot, there are multiple circular walks directly from the doorstep. Away from the water, the nearest pubs, fish and chip shop, takeaways, delis and supermarkets are only a 10-minute walk in either direction. Further afield, the Roman town of Cirencester is minutes away in the car, as are the towns of Cheltenham, Gloucester and Swindon.
Kemble train station is ideal for those who don’t drive and is reachable via direct train from London Paddington. What’s more, the 51 bus opens up accessibility to Cheltenham and Swindon.
Prices vary according to midweek vs weekend and season/holidays.
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