Pump Cottage is a pretty little cottage on the edge of the bustling market town of Nailsworth and close to beautiful Minchinhampton Common. This picturesque 19th Century cottage is built of mellow Cotwold stone. It has gorgeous views of The Nailsworth Valley and a cosy open fire.
The cottage is quaint and cosy with traditional furnishings.
There is a pretty little garden which is fully enclosed at the front of the cottage.
The back garden has a patio area. It is not enclosed and so would not be suitable for unsupervised children or pets.
There are two double bedrooms and so there is ample sleeping accommodation for four people. However, the dining table is tiny and is only suitable for two people.
The cottage enjoys full gas central heating and also has the benefit of the open fire in the sitting room.
Separate bathroom with bath, overhead shower and toilet.
The prices includes electricity and gas.
Bed linen, tea towels and bathroom towels are all provided, free of any additional charge.
The cottage has two sets of steep staircases which will not be suitable for some elderly people and young children will need supervising.
The cottage is available all year round, including winter weekends and short breaks.
One pet welcome by prior arrangement.
Location Pump Cottage is situated on a hillside location and it is only a short walk to local woods and to Minchinhampton Common. However, it is also surprisingly close to the centre of Nailsworth town and it is just three minutes walk to The Egypt Mill with its fabulous bar and restaurant. A cycle track is also situated close by and this enables you to cycle safely all the way into the main town of Stroud (4 miles.)
20 minutes from the M5.
40 minutes from the M4.
Nearest mainline train station is in Stroud. Regular bus service from Stroud through to Nailsworth.
Great location for Painswick, Bath, Gatcombe, Badminton, Cheltenham, Cirencester and Tetbury.
Excellent location for walks over the commons and through woods and honey pot villages.