Nut Tree Cottage is self contained and is part of a beautiful old stone cottage which retains all of its 17th century charm. It is in Long Dean which is a small hamlet tucked away in the idyllic By Brook Valley, and only two miles away from the famous scenic village …see more
“Picturesque peaceful pet friendly pretty cottage”
Reviewed 7 Feb 2017
The location was ideal for walks in a beautiful part of the countryside and for visiting the cotswolds villages. The cottage is very well equipped, cosy and comfortable.
We were welcomed very warmly… More
Thank you for your lovely review, it is much appreciated. I am so pleased you had a good time and that the weather cheered up for you to go walking. Would be great to welcome you again.
“Smells of pipe smoke throughout cottage”
Reviewed 31 Oct 2016
Cottage is beautiful from the outside with a traditional cosy feel inside. Our biggest problem as non- smokers was the intense smell of smoke coming through the cottage from a door leading into the ow… More
Thank you for your comment and bringing this to my attention, obviously the door is an emergency exit for the holiday cottage but I will do all I can to eleviate this for future.
For an easy-breezy relaxed and welcoming stay, Dove Cottage will charm the socks off you! Situated along a secluded stretch of country road in the quiet hamlet of Easton Piercy, our newly renovated one bedroom cottage offers a luxurious super king/twin stay for 2 +1 (th …see more
Set in seventeen acres of fields and private woodland at the Keepers Lodge in Castle Combe, the spacious accommodation in the Garden Lodge offers the ideal base to relax and unwind in the peaceful Wiltshire countryside, also on the edge of the Cotswolds. There are two d …see more
Beautiful cottage in one of the finest Cotswolds' villages and also conveniently located for Bath. All the space and appeal of a holiday cottage PLUS THE ACCESS TO A HOTEL'S MENU AT YOUR DOOR!!!
Chic and stunning cottage with super-swish interiors, spacious …see more
The Stables Cottage in the grounds of Fosse Farmhouse was converted from a former eighteenth century horse stables which was part of the famous Badminton Estate built in 1750 by the Duke of Beaufort. On the ground floor the original stone cobbles hay racks and beamed oa …see more