This a proper Cotswolds' gem!
Hazle Manor Wing, as the name suggests, is the detached and private wing of a rather grand Cotswolds' manor home.
As you drive down a sweeping treelined drive, you arrive and immediately feel 'this is the life'...
From the Outside this old building is the classic listed Cotswolds' house, rambling roses and a typical stone structure step inside and a very warm and bright home greets you.
The large, vaulted living area is impressive, with a large open fire surrounded by similarly large sofas and coffee table - the perfect space to relax.
The sparkling kitchen is ultra modern and fully equipped and the huge dining table is a perfect for a feast as it is to spread the newspaper out!
There are two bedrooms each with a stunning bathroom ideal for privacy and two couples.
Outside is an enclosed garden area, ideal for your pooch and beyond are some incredible walks into 'proper' Cotswolds' countryside.
Talk a walk along the lane to the nearest pub about a mile away, or jump in the car to Roman Cirencester, Tetbury or the spa town of Cheltenham all of which are about 20 mins drive away.
As a family, as a couple or as a pair of couples this is a great place to explore (and relax) the Cotswolds.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double with en suite shower room with walk-in shower, double basin and WC, 1 x king-size double (zip/link can be twin on request) with en suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC.
Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. Utility.
About the location
Stroud 4 miles; Harescombe 4 miles; Gloucester 7 miles.
Painswick is a town and civil parish in Gloucestershire. The town originated from the wool trade, but is now best known for its parish church’s yew trees and the local Rococo Garden. The village is mainly constructed of locally quarried Cotswold Stone. It stands on a hill in the Stroud district which overlooks one of the Five Valleys. It is home to a cricket and rugby team and has a popular golf course on the outskirts of the town. There is a local pubs such as The Oak and the Falcon Inn which offer real ales, real fires and a courtyard. Three miles from town you will find the foot of Painswick Beacon which affords vast views across the Gloucester and the Welsh Black Mountains. The ACP Gallery and local café can also be found nearby. Painswick is 4 miles north of Stroud and 4 miles east of Harescombe.
Note: The accommodation is all on one level and suitable for those with limited mobility.