What a spot!
The Cartins is a sweet, beautifully presented barn conversion situated on the edge of Selsley Common and with cracking views in all directions.
The property, which sits in the grounds of the owner's home, was once the barn where 'carts where left in' - Cartins - and is in an elevated position in the grounds, and with the Living Room upstairs the views across the hills are almost uninterrupted.
Guests can walk, literally, from their front door to the common and enjoy a good ramble and soak up the fresh air.
Inside, the cottage is spread across two floors,with an excellent, sparkling kitchen / diner downstairs, while upstairs is the Living Room and bedroom, with all rooms very large.
The barn, therefore, is very spacious for two but with a sofa bed can easily accommodate two more people if required*.
As you would expect there are many good pubs nearby, with the The Bell only 5 mins walk away.
This is an attractive and large self catering barn, perfect for walkers - or those who like to do nothing except look at the view!
One bedroom: 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC.
Kitchen with dining area.
First floor living room with small balcony.
About the location
Stroud 2 miles; Gloucester 17 miles; Cheltenham 21 miles; Bath 30 miles.
Selsley is a small village literally 'perched' deep in the Cotswold Hills, towards the southern side of the area. It is a small village on the edge of the Stroud Valley with super views in all directions and as a result offers some of the region's best walking, with Rodborough Common and Minchinhampton Common both nearby.
Aside from the miles of beautiful walks in the area, there are a host of great places to visit. Nailsworth, which is about 2 miles away has a great selection of local shops and some excellent restaurants. The town has very good amenities: two good restaurants various gastropubs, cafes, a pizzeria plus Indian and Chinese take-aways.
There are many renowned attractions such as Westonbirt Arboretum, The Prince of Wales' Highgrove Farm shop at Tetbury, Newark Park (NT), Dyrham Park (NT), the Rococco Gardens at Painswick, Laurie Lee's Slad Valley and Owlpen Manor in the village of Uley.