Coln St Aldwyns, Cirencester & surrounding area
Upper Mill Barn, Coln St Alwyns is an absolutely charming property set on the edge of one of the finest Cotswolds villages we know! The barn has been carefully converted and provides a very peaceful retreat in the heart of the this stunning area. Internally the owners have given great consideration to retaining many period features mixing this with contemporary touches to make the property very appealing - a thoroughly English country cottage!!! The property sits in the owners' grounds and enjoys a private patio and garden area. We think this is a great retreat and in a very attractive area.
Please note: This can be booked with Mayfly Cottage (approx 10 yards away) to make an ideal location for up to six people to get away to.
Entrance through to living area, a large open plan room.
Kitchen area, well equipped with electric hob and oven, large fridge freezer and dishwasher
Utility Room with washing machine
Dining Area with table and chairs for up to eight people.
Living Room with sofa and two arm chairs, TV and DVD player and wi fi.
Bedroom One with double bed, chest of drawers and hooks for hanging.
Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin
Bedroom Two with two single beds.
To the rear of the property is a patio with table and chairs and bench.
This is area quiet and not overlooked.
Heating & Electricity included all year. Underfloor heating downstairs, radiators upstairs. Off street parking. No Cot or High Chair available at this property. Wifi available.
Sorry No pets. Children Welcome. Saturday Changeover, but any day considered - please enquire.
Coln St Aldwyns is an exceptionally attractive Cotswold village located approximately half way between Burford and Cirencester, just on the edge of what we like to call the 'central Cotswolds'! The village has wonderful architecture with countless classic Cotswold cottages and some more regal homes in between. There is an excellent and well respected local pub within a minutes' walk of the cottage front door (The New Inn) plus there is a well stocked local shop supplying basic goods from local suppliers.
You can fish at Coln St Aldwyns, where there is some exceptional fishing on the beautiful River Coln moments from the front door and in beautiful countryside. Day Tickets cost £65.00 with the limit at 3 Rods Per Day. Further details on request, but booking in advance is advised.
Within a 5 min drive is the famous village of Bibury described as one England's finest villages, including the National Trust owned Arlington Row. From the cottage there are countless walks into the countryside, including one along the Coln Valley to Bibury. Slightly further afield are Burford and Cirencester with many attractions and restaurants to choose from. For the more determined traveller you can travel to Bath within 1 hour 30mins, alternatively why not try Cheltenham or Oxford within 30/45 mins comfortably. A great location for sure!
In the heart of the traditional unspoilt English village of Coln St Aldywns, the Icottage is within easy reach of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Oxford and Bath. Located in the village is the excellent New Inn, a reknowned local pub, which offers excellent food and dining. Near at hand there are wonderful walks through the beautiful Cotswold countryside and idyllic villages ? and cycling for those who wish to explore further. A short drive will take you to plethora of interesting places to visit and things to do, including stately homes like Sudeley Castle and Bourton House, the Cotswold Wildlife Park, Chedworth Roman Villa, the Cotswold Water Park.
"this is a beautiful place and we loved the barn. It was very well equipped and comfortable , the Nicest cottage we have ever stayed in, airy and light and well cared for. Also a very good location for walking and exploring this part of Gloucestershire. The owners are very helpful and we had a wonderful week. Mrs Rose, May 2017."Rose 2017-05-24
"The converted barn was lovely, perfect for me my wife and our 4 month old. We had a great time there and would visit again."Dr Fowler 2016-09-21