The perfect bolt hole for couples wanting to getaway and enjoy the South Cotswolds, this handcrafted shepherds hut with simple though stylish interior offers a warm welcome to all that come and stay.
It’s time to pack up Patches’ ball, treats and sleeping mat and bundle her into the car for a trip she (and you) will love. This converted shepherd’s hut in the South Cotswolds is a springboard for exploring this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – an ideal spot for long walks that’ll satisfy stick throwers and chasers alike. The cottage sleeps two adults and up to one dog, so is perfect for a couple looking for a bolthole to enjoy with their four-legged family member.
The house is made up of a combined living area with everything you need for preparing simple meals. This stylish space is perfect for cosying up together after a long day outside in the Gloucestershire air; you can watch TV or play cards while your pooch doses off in her basket. Outside, you’ll find a private raised deck with beautiful views of the surrounding area; ideal for enjoying an al fresco breakfast on a warm day. There’s also a courtyard area with seating to one side of the hut, so there’s plenty of space for making the most of the fresh air during your stay. T
he house is part of Tortworth Arboretum, where you can admire 300 rare trees while your waggy-tailed friend sniffs out exciting new scents. If you fancy an urban day out, head to historical Bath (29.5 miles) or into the city of Bristol (17 miles) which offers plenty of shopping and eating opportunities, as well as the spectacular Clifton Suspension Bridge. For further picturesque ball- tossing opportunities, cross over the River Severn to the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean."