The Coach House is in a quiet private lane close to the centre of the old village of Eastcombe, in the heart of the Cotswolds. This charming detached former coach house has been recently refurbished, and is now a very comfortable and well equipped cottage with a pretty garden to the rear.
The cottage has:
One double bedroom and one single bedroom, with a bathroom and toilet adjoining.
A modern, fully equipped fitted kitchen and dining area.
A comfortable living room with a television and gas 'coal effect' fire.
An enclosed, well kept mature garden and patio with furniture.
Electric storage heating.
Price includes electricity, gas, bed linen and towels.
Off road parking.
The village shop with freshly baked bread, Post Office, and cash machine.
The village pub with good food and free WiFi.
40 minutes from the M4 (Junction 15), 20 minutes from the M5 (Junctions 11A or 13), 4.5 miles from Stroud mainline station (direct service from London Paddington).
The hilltop village of Eastcombe has a shop with post office and cash machine, a pub - the Lamb Inn - with good food, a Baptist chapel and an Anglican church.
A network of public footpaths provides walkers with easy access to the Toadsmoor valley and surrounding countryside.
Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons are less than 3 miles away.
Slad and the Woolpack Inn, of Laurie Lee fame, are less than 3 miles' walk with stunning views from Swifts Hill on the way. Other villages nearby are Bisley, Oakridge and France Lynch, all with pubs and good food.
Within easy reach of Cirencester, Cheltenham, Gatcombe, Tetbury and Bath.