Nestled in the heart of the former mill town of Nailsworth rests this luxurious ground-floor apartment, Branwell.
Boasting a stylish yet homely interior and nestled within the picturesque Cotswolds AONB, Branwell makes for the perfect base for a small family or a group of friends looking for a retreat to the countryside.
An allocated off-road parking space greets you upon arrival at the foot of this lovely dwelling, making loading and unloading an easy task; kick off your walking boots as you step over the threshold and enter into your home-from-home for the duration of your trip.
The light and airy décor of the open-plan living space welcomes you in, boasting a plush leather sofa gathered in front of the Smart TV, enticing you to settle down and enjoy a moment of peace in front of the television following an action-packed day.
Perch at the elegant breakfast bar and share a bottle of wine with the designated chef as they make use of the fabulous array of modern amenities provided to prepare some tasty treats for the group.
Set the table and indulge in your culinary delights as you recount the days adventures, or if you're lucky enough to experience the warmer weather, venture out onto the private patio for a spot of alfresco dining as you soak in the last of the evening sun.
As the day draws to a close, head back indoors and retire to either of the two super-king-size bedrooms to rest your head, each offering a flexible zip/link feature and fit with its own en-suite for your convenience.
Take a break from doing the cooking and treat your loved ones to a delicious meal at one of the many eateries that decorate the high-street of Nailsworth, with traditional country pubs, international restaurants and quaint cafes to name a few, serving something to suit all tastes and budgets.
Get better acquainted with your surroundings and embark on a two-footed adventure through the scenic landscape of the Cotswolds AONB, where you can climb the limestone hills of the Jurassic upland or follow the Cotswolds Way alongside the striking landslip of the escarpment.
There's plenty to see and do in the nearby market town of Stroud, home to the fascinating displays of local history at The Museum in the Park, idyllically positioned within the well-kept gardens of Stratford Park; a lovely spot to explore the specimen trees at the arboretum or watch the world go by as you stroll along the banks of the ornamental lake.
Whilst you're in the area, be sure to visit The Shambles Market, decorated in locally sourced produce and handmade goods, or catch a spot of live entertainment at The Goods Shed.
Whether you're looking to unwind or experience adventure, choose Branwell.