Renovated barn conversion retaining many characterful features, with wonderful countryside views. Situated in a quiet rural location on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with easy access onto the Cotswold Way.
Fantastically located with an abundance of walks and stick-chasing spots nearby, guests both two and four-legged will have a ball at this semi-detached property. You are greeted by home comforts and great outdoor spaces, conveniently enclosed for those with four legs. Fill the countryside air with woofs and laughs as you adventure, cosy up and explore to your heart’s content.
Brimming with elegance and style, the open-plan living space means you can keep an eye on your cheeky canine companions at all times. Put your feet up and spend time on the sofas with the wood burner roaring away. A basket of logs is kindly provided by the owners, you may have to remind your furry guest that these are for lighting not chewing! The kitchen is beautifully traditional in style and a relaxing place to rustle up tasty treats. In warmer months, make the most of the gorgeous patio area and dine alfresco. Peaceful sleeping arrangements await two-legged guests. The double room has a contemporary en-suite shower room and the twin can also be made up as a king-size. Both rooms have hints of luxury, snug throws and warming colour palettes.
When it is time to start exploring, you are spoilt for choice. There is nearby access to the Cotswold Way, a trail winding its way through quaint villages, rural spots and historic sites. Stop off and fill hungry tummies at one of many dog-welcoming pubs and then work off your food with a tail chase and a stick fetch. Wander the many local National Trust gems, including Newark Park, 12.5 miles from home, Crickley Hill, 14 miles away and Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons, 8 miles, all of whom welcome those with paws.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.