Nailsworth, Cirencester & surrounding area
One of Nailsworth's most historic buildings awaits with this stylish, smart apartment The Nailsworth. Set close to the heart of this often over-looked Cotswolds' town and once the original railway station building, this super stunning holiday home is the result of a total and sympathetic renovation; large Victorian rooms give an airy feel with a contemporary twist creating an exceptional holiday home that's perfect for a family or for couples looking for a high end Cotswolds' experience. The kitchen is a cook's heaven with top of the range kit, but fear not if you're here for a break, as you're within a short walk of a wide selection of good quality places to eat (and shop too!). The bedrooms are large and luxurious all with superking size beds; while the living room is a relaxing place with a very large sofa perfect for flopping and relax after a hard day's sight-seeing. Whether you're bringing the children (oodles to do locally) or here to do nothing but kick back - The Nailsworth is perfect for your well earned Cotswolds holiday. We love it.
More than 6 in your party? We have two other properties for you to consider next door!Watledge (sleeps 4) and Corruna (sleeps 4)
ANY DAY ARRIVAL PERMITTED, VERY FLEXIBLE!
Entrance through to ground floor, with underfloor heating.
Living Room with large corner sofa, large flatscreen TV plus DVD player, home sound system and a contemporary fire.
Kitchen, uber-cool with Seimens kitchen equipment including induction hob, oven and grill, microwave, plus coffee machine (first pods included), washer/dryer, dishwasher and large fridge with freezer section. Dining table with seating for 6 people.
Bedroom One, with gorgeous bay window, very light and airy, with Superking size double bed, 6ft, (zip & link, please specify when booking if double or twin beds required) wardrobe, chest of drawers and occasional table. View towards Nailsworth town.
Bedroom Two with Superking double bed (6ft zip & link, please specify when booking if double or twin beds required)) with wardrobe and chest of drawers with Ensuite Wet Room, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Three with Superking double bed (6ft zip & link, please specify when booking if double or twin beds required)), wardrobe and chest of drawers.
Bathroom Two with walk in shower, WC and washbasin.
There are shared gardens surrounding the property, which guests are welcome to use. Please note, however, it is not a 'traditional' in so much as it is not enclosed. There is ample off street parking.
Guests are also advised that if you wish to, there is an excellent hotel (The Egypt Mill) which is less than 2 mins walk away and serves excellent food and drink.
Children Welcome. Cot & High Chair Available (but please note that we are not allowed to provide cot bedding).
1 small pet permitted - charged at £25.00. Heating & Elec included all year.
Arrival / departure days flexible all year round.
The Nailsworth is one of a number of properties that can be booked together to accommodate larger groups.
We love Nailsworth! Set in an area that is often overlooked and considered off the beaten track, Nailsworth is a veritable hotbed of nooks and crannies where you will find quirky shops and places to pop into and soak up a truly authentic Cotswolds' experience and all within easy walking distance of the property. Shops, boutiques, excellent restaurants and various cafes all within a few minutes walk. Perfect! You are situated a moment from the heart of the town (big village) so there is no need for the car. If you are feeling particularly energetic and you've got your walking boots on then you could scale the hill up to Minchinhampton Common which will give you some cracking views across the Cotswolds' hills and undoubdtedly give you a huge hunger for some local pub grub - over which there are plenty to go to.
There are many renowned attractions such as Westonbirt Arboretum, The Prince of Wales' Highgrove Farm shop at Tetbury, Woodchester Park, Newark Park (NT), Dyrham Park (NT), the Rococco Gardens at Painswick, Laurie Lee's Slad Valley, Minchinhampton Common and Owlpen Manor in the village of Uley. Depending on how long you staying and your inclination to get 'out and about' you are spoilt for choice.
Slightly further afield are more excellent gastropubs, such as Tipputs, The Old Fleece and The Ram, and the award-winning Calcot Conservatory Restaurant, Spa and Gumstool Inn. There is a Waitrose supermarket and a Tesco Express within walking distance. Stroud is 10 minutes' drive away and has all the major supermarkets, as well as one of the oldest (and biggest) farmer's market every Saturday.
For major shopping all the high street names can be found at the award-winning Cribb's Causeway Mall, less than 45 minutes away on the M5 motorway.
Bath is approx 45 minutes' drive to the south west, and Bristol about the same, with the airport another 10-15 minutes to the south.
" Beds comfortable, duvets warm, cottage left for our occupancy in a very clean state "Mackay 2016-11-06
"We visited Bath and Cirencester. Both really enjoyable. The brittania inn in Nailsworth does amazing food"Ms Shaw 2016-11-29
"What a fantastic place to stay, very welcoming from start to finish and very quick to respond to any issues with the property, location wise it was perfect and an extremely scenic place with plenty of local shops and restaurants, local walks and links to well known destinations... The house was accurate to the photos advertising the property and In fact was more spacious than I first thought it would be, beds are large and comfy! I would definitely recommend staying here.” Jeremy, July 2016"Jeremy 2016-07-01