Minchinhampton Accommodation Gloucestershire Cotswolds England UK
The town of Minchinhampton is located 1.5 miles north-east of Nailsworth in Gloucestershire Cotswolds high above the 'Golden valleys' once properous for the production of cloth. Minchinhampton is an especially attractive little Cotswold town, centred on its high street and market square.
Minchinhampton is situated above the Stroud valleys, nine miles west of Cirencester and twenty five miles from Bath. It is within easy reach of all the Cotswolds, and is surrounded by open common which is grazed by wandering cattle and horses
The area has three golf courses, also gliding, horse riding, water sports, cycling, walking and many other activities. There is plenty of interesting sight-seeing around the historic towns and villages for which the Cotswolds are famous.
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BEAUTIFUL 18th CENTURY MANOR HOUSE
Set on the edge of a steep hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, Burleigh Court Hotel is a 18th-century Cotswold-stone manor house located in the heart of Royal Gloucestershire. The hotel boasts a large garden, as well as an on-site restaurant and a bar. Located 2 miles from Minchinhampton.
Each of the individually decorated and furnished bedrooms offers views of the property's gardens or across the Golden Valley. They include a seating area and a private bathroom fitted with a bathtub or a shower. Some rooms also come with a fireplace and large four-poster beds.
The Burleigh Court's restaurant offers fine British and French cuisine for lunch and dinner. Guests can enjoy a drink in the bar or the terrace from the extensive variety of wines, ales and spirits offered in the bar. A full English breakfast is also served every morning in the common dining room or in the guest rooms upon request.
Guests can relax on the hotel's garden, which is listed on the Good Garden Guide and features terraces, ponds and pools with hidden pathways and Cotswold-stone walls. Burleigh Court Hotel is located 9.3 miles from Gloucester and a 1-hour drive from Cardiff. Bristol is located 40 minutes away by car.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.1 for a two-person trip.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
France Lynch is a charming village, next to Chalford Hill, which is situated in an elevated position, above the A419 from Stroud to Cirencester (or vice versa!) There are 3 pubs in the vicinity offering evening meals, and a cornucopia of gastro pubs in the area, details of which we can supply on request.
The Coach House offers good value Bed and Breakfast in rural countryside surroundings. A warm welcome invites you to our cottage style home, a renovated Cotswold stone building with a modern comfortable interior. Set high on the escarpment, we have views to Minchinhampton Common and Aston Down. Within walking distance we have a pub offering wonderful meals.
Our accommodation now boasts a brand new King-size/Twin en-suite room, and one Double with private bathroom. This bathroom has now been upgraded: it has a contemporary walk-in shower and wood flooring. Both rooms have comfortable chairs, flat screen TV, DVD players, hair dryers and hospitality trays. The en-suite room also has a fridge.
Free WI-FI is available.
Vegetarian and vegan guests are catered for and any dietary requirements can be accommodated.
We are easily accessible from the Stroud to Cirencester A419 road, in the village of France Lynch, adjacent to Chalford Hill, and our position affords a convenient base for exploring the Cotswolds.
Prices from £65 per room per night and single occupancy from £40, includes full English Breakfast. Please
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The Coach House, Bed & Breakfast,
Highfield Way, France Lynch, Stroud, Gloucestershire. GL6 8LZ
Welcome to The Close B&B. The Close is an elegant Town House full of period charm, providing spacious and stylishbed and breakfast accommodation in Minchinhampton - an attractive Cotswold town near Stroud, in Gloucestershire.
The Close B&B has been rated 4 star by VisitEngland, and in 2015 achieved a Gold Award for exceptional quality of accommodation and customer service as well as a Breakfast Award. The Close is one of Gloucestershire's most distinctive bed & breakfast establishments, but more importantly it is a comfortable and relaxing place to stay, where you know you will receive a friendly welcome from Karen.
The Close B&B is the perfect place to stay for exploring the Cotswolds, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is close to many attractions including Highgrove Gardens, Westonbirt, Tetbury and Badminton, and Gatcombe is just down the road. It is easily reached from London via the excellent train service (Stroud or Kemble stations) or via the M4 or M5 motorways.
This comprises a large double bedroom with king-size bed, and adjoining
dressing / sitting room (including a desk), with en-suite bath and shower rooms.
These are light and airy rooms at the back of the house with views of the garden. Tariff:- £95.00 per night (double occupancy); £75.00 per night
This comprises a large double bedroom with king-size bed, with
en-suite bathroom (over-bath shower). This room is at the front of
the house with rooftop views across the historic conservation area. Tariff:- £85.00 per night (double occupancy); £65.00 per night
The Green Bedroom can be either a double or twin bedded room, with en-suite bathroom (bath and separate walk-in shower) situated at the front of the house, looking towards
the charming Cotswold stone cottages across the street. Tariff:- £85.00 per night (double occupancy); £65.00 per night
Situated in Minchinhampton, 24.2 miles from Bath, The Ragged Cot boasts a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. The inn has a terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.
Every room has a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Every room is fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a shower. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Guests can enjoy various activities in the surroundings, including horse riding and cycling. Bristol is 25.5 miles from The Ragged Cot, while Cheltenham is 13.7 miles away. The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, 32.3 miles from the property.
This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Minchinhampton! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
Couples particularly like the location - they rated it 8.6 for a two-person trip.
This property is also rated for the best value in Minchinhampton! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
EXQUISITE LISTED PERIOD COTTAGE, PART OF ONE OF THIS COTSWOLD MARKET TOWN’S
MOST SIGNIFICANT TERRACES FORMERLY CONNECTED TO THE GATCOMBE PARK ESTATE
The interior is a skilful blend of old and new
with the character features combining with modern appointments and chic décor
to provide a holiday home of exceptional appeal that can only be fully appreciated
This holiday let offers luxury self catering rental accommodation whether you are looking for a holiday, short break or romantic weekend and is welcoming at any time of year - Sleeps 7 + 1 (plus cots).
Park Terrace, in its entirety, is listed Grade II - such is its importance in the history of Minchinhampton and local architecture. Built in 1833 by David Ricardo, the then owner of Gatcombe Park, Park Terrace stands proudly above Windmill Road. The construction follows the vernacular architecture in both style and materials and the individual dwellings now form most attractive cottage homes, of which this is a particularly fine example.
The cottage provides an ideal base from which to explore this beautiful area, with acres of National Trust common land, the Golden Valleys (Laurie Lee Country) and close to the thriving towns of Stroud, Nailsworth and Cirencester.
'I remember, too, the light on the slopes, long shadows in tufts and hollows, with cattle,
brilliant as painted china, treading their echoing shapes' - Laurie Lee
It is situated just a short walk to the centre of Minchinhampton with close proximity to shops, including the famous butchers cafes and pub, and very good chinese take away.
Tariff:- from £395.00 per week shorter stays and weekends may be possible, price by agreement
Church Farm, Clifton Campvill, Tamworth, Staffs B79 0AP
Direct access to beautiful Minchinhampton Common & close to Amberley's two pubs
Set in the heart of beautiful Cotswold countryside, these old traditional English
stone country cottages were originally the village bakery and have been exceptionally
Bakehouse Cottage is one of two cottages that are available as holiday lets. Amberley Bakery overlooks the beautiful Minchinhampton
Common, and across the valley leading to nearby Rodborough Common. The Cotswold hilltop
village of Amberley has two pubs with good food, a friendly shop/post office and
The cottage fronts directly onto the 600 acres of Minchinhampton Common owned by
the National Trust, with a golf course, cattle wandering freely and spectacular views.
Superb location for walking, biking, kite flying or horse riding.
A perfect tranquil holiday base for families or couples any time of the year. There
are lovely walks from the door, across the wide open space of the commons or woodland
walks in the valleys below.
Garden furniture is provided for you to enjoy your meals on the common, surrounded
by wild flowers and butterflies.
The cottage is a delight – all the guests love it, judging from the visitors’ book...
It was renovated as a home rather than for letting, and as a result, is a warm and
welcoming place. The windows are large so the rooms are bright, but with central
heating and a woodburner to keep you cosy throughout the year.
You enter through a small door in the original sliding warehouse door. Inside is
the bootroom – plenty of room for logs, the dog and bicycles as well as the
boots. Leading off the bootroom is a wet room and the rest of the house. Stairs lead
up to a double and twin bedroom, both dual aspect with wonderful views. There is
also a cottage bathroom upstairs, with sloping ceiling... lie in the bath and watch
the cattle on the common at the same time!
Downstairs you find a well-equipped kitchen with an everhot range cooker, door to
the common and enough room for breakfast. The comfortable sitting room has 2 large
windows looking out over the common, a woodburner and a TV with freeview and a DVD
player. There is a separate dining room to seat 6 in case you want to invite friends
Ceilings are high for a cottage, but there are some low doorways and the bathroom
has a sloping ceiling, so mind your heads!
Unsuitable for children under 6, One dog welcome, No smoking,
Self Catering - Prices from £350 per week
Amberley Bakery, Littleworth, Amberley,
Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 5AL