Frampton on Severn 2.9 miles.
Discover this magnificent Grade II listed Elizabethan manor home, Wick Court, tucked away on a working farm in the tranquil settings of Arlingham near Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire.
Wick Court, the ultimate escape to the Cotswolds, welcomes a total of forty-seven guests to luxuriate in its richness of charm and distinctive features.
When you arrive at your new home away from home, you will be immediately impressed by the flagstone flooring, exposed beams, and decorative wall features.
You will also find a spacious kitchen/diner where the entire family can prepare, cook, and enjoy meals together in front of a magnificently sized woodburning stove.
Similarly, the inviting sitting area again features a woodburning stove so you may unwind there while making plans for the exciting days ahead.
If you start to nod off, unwind for the day in one of the three bathrooms or shower rooms, or you may utilise the convenient en-suites that are accessible from each bedroom and indulge in a lengthy soak before finishing your evening routine.
Six bedrooms are available, including two twins, two family rooms with four bunk beds each, and two more family rooms with five bunk beds each; these rooms are ideal for large family gatherings.
A second-floor library/classroom completes the building and is furnished with lots of books, chairs, and activities to keep the younger members of your group entertained.
If you can bear to leave, start your day with a leisurely stroll along the River Severn before visiting WWT Slimbridge, a wetland wildlife reserve where you may see a wonderful variety of birds such Bewick's swans, white-fronted geese, lapwings, and curlew.
You can stock up on all the self-catering necessities needed to conjure up a feast or enjoy some substantial chow on the days you don't feel like cooking at your nearby shop and pub in Frampton on Severn.
Go farther to the city of Gloucester, which is home to the Gloucester Cathedral, the National Waterways Museum, Barnwood Park and Aboretum, and Robinswood Hill Country Park.
Explore the Cotswolds AONB, which is nearby and home to the Painswick Rococo Garden, Museum in the Park, and Selsey Common, all of which offer breath-taking panoramas of the surrounding rolling hills and countryside.
Whatever you decide to do to pass the time in the Cotswolds, do it from the striking Wick Court.