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C18th Cotswold Home in stunning village.


House • Painswick United Kingdom

    8 Guests  
    4 Bedrooms  
    4 Beds  
    3 Bathrooms  
    Pets welcome
  Primary home

Exchange types accepted

  Simultaneous  
  Non-Simultaneous  

Statistics

Listed  January 2023
Views  2268

General overview

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Features


Washer
Washer
Dishwasher
Dishwasher
Clothes dryer
Clothes dryer
Oven
Oven
Microwave
Microwave
Coffee machine
Coffee machine
Fridge
Fridge
Iron
Iron
Hair dryer
Hair dryer
Heating
Heating
TV
TV
WiFi
WiFi
High Speed Internet
High Speed Internet
Bathtub
Bathtub
First aid kit
First aid kit
Smoke alarms
Smoke alarms
Bed sheets
Bed sheets
Towels
Towels
Workspace
Workspace
Fireplace
Fireplace
BBQ
BBQ
Garden / yard
Garden / yard
Deck / patio / courtyard / terrace
Deck / patio / courtyard / terrace
Bikes
Bikes

Travel Styles

    Adventure
    Family
    Foodie
    Relaxing
    Luxury
    Village
    Culture
    Hiking

House rules

    Suitable for infants under 2
    Suitable for children ages 2-12
    Pets welcome
    No smoking

Allergens

    Cat free
    Smoke free
    Hypoallergenic

Dates of Availability

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Neighbourhood

Cedar House is within walking distance (uphill for part of the way) of Painswick village centre and the famous St Mary's Church, known for it's 99 yew trees and tabletop tombs, a photographer’s dream. Legend has it that the Devil won’t let a hundredth tree grow. Painswick, known as ‘The Queen of the Cotswolds’ nestles into the hillside and is characterised by beautiful honey coloured stone buildings, dating back to the C15th. Painswick is also home to the country’s oldest bowling green. For those that would like to eat out, you can access many places locally for breakfast or dinner. (Unless the area is under a localised lockdown) Only a few minutes walk away in the village there are plenty of options food options; -The Oak pub open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. - Falcon Pub normally offers a Continental and Full English breakfasts between 8-10am, lunch and dinner. -The Painswick, the award winning hotel offers breakfast, dinner and afternoon tea plus a fab cocktail! -St Michael’s bistro is a lovely family run restaurant serving home cooked locally sourced meals. -Made in Painswick is our local craft shop and coffee shop serving light bites, soups and snacks. -Meadows is the latest expresso bar come clothes,craft and gift shop. If you fancy a drive or a longer walk, The Waypoint located on the Painswick Golf Course offers breakfast, coffee and cake, stone baked pizza/light bites and has a good outdoor area or Painswick Roccoco Garden has a lovely cafe. If visiting Painswick Beacon you can also find a Lucy at The Box a converted horse trailer into coffee cart. -Every Thursday there is a morning market 8.15-9.45 selling freshly made bread, local meat, eggs, coffee and various other local food. Visit my website to find more about food and dining in the area. Cotswold Lodge is perfectly placed for attractions in the wider area, including: *Cheltenham - Literature, Jazz, Science and Horse Racing Festivals *Cotswold Way - Situated on the 100 mile Cotswold Way for excellent walking *Gloucester - Gloucester Rugby and Stunning Cathedral *Painswick Rococo Garden - beautiful gardens *Tibbiwell Alpacas - take a stroll around the village with these fury friends. *Painswick Beacon - stunning walks with views over the Painswick and Sheepscombe Valley *Slad Valley - Famous Poet Laurie Lee and Local pub The Woolpack *Stroud - One of the largest and most renowned farmers markets in the South West, an excellent Borough market style food court and new department store, ‘Sandersons’ in the Five Valleys, a great local brewery with wood fried pizzas, The Malthouse Antiques emporium and cafe and access to mainline station to London Paddington.

Nearest airport

Bristol and Birmingham 1-1hr 15 drive or London Heathrow 2hrs.

Getting around

Painswick is a great base for walkers or cyclists as it sits on the Cotswold Way, but if you want to explore the wider Cotswolds we recommend a car. There is a an hourly bus service to Stroud and Cheltenham which runs during the daytime or a number of local taxis can be pre booked. The closest mainline station is in Stroud a short bus ride away and takes just over an hr an a half to london in the direct train. Stroud is also home to the famous weekly farmers market on a Saturday which is an excellent morning out, get their early to avoid the rush.

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Hannah

Hi I am Hannah, mother of two children and wife to David. I moved back to Painswick in the Cotswolds after a stint in Manchester and London and am loving being back home after 20 years away. I love all that Country life has to offer, from long country walks, village life to growing vegetables, walking my dog, collecting milk and meat from the local farms and reaping the benefits of the fine country air. I also work voluntarily for the local Painswick Community Support group helping local villagers with their needs, last year I was awarded a British Empire medal for my services to the community.
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Desired Destinations

Dates flexible