Valley Hideaway boasts a small but perfectly formed kitchen under-bed storage and mains plug sockets including a USB port. A space-saving table under the window makes for the most perfect spot to enjoy the stunning panoramic views whilst sharing some tea and cake or some bubbles. If you want to explore a little further afield you will find lots of pretty villages and market towns one being Painswick which offers you local shops and a farmers market. You also have the Cotswold’s Way rambling paths that snake all the way through the quintessential Cotswold’s villages where you will find local county pubs chocolate box houses and even the odd duck race if you arrive on the right day.
If you’re looking for larger towns you will find Stroud Gloucester and Cheltenham on your doorstep.Cheltenham is an elegant Regency spa town and offers something for everyone of all ages and tastes. With stunning architecture festivals and events and an abundance of boutique shops bars restaurants and entertainment venues throughout the town. The biggest attraction has to be what Cheltenham is internationally famous for and that’s horse racing. It is a must if you are visiting the area even if you go to one of the other smaller events held throughout the year. Why not follow in the footsteps of Valley Hideaway’s owners renowned racehorse trainer Tom George and his wife Sophie and visit the impressive racecourse for the renowned National Hunt held in March also known as Gold Cup week.
Summary: Valley Hideaway: sleeps 2 in 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. There is parking for 2 cars by the gate to the field.
Open plan kitchen, dining and sleeping area: Double bed, kitchenette, table and seating for 2, log burner. The kitchen is equipped with 2 induction hobs, a small fridge, sink with running water, kettle, toaster, microwave and cafetiere. An oak door leads to the en-suite shower room with shower enclosure, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail.
Outside: Private field, wooden tables and chairs, field leads to footpaths and beyond.
What you need to know.
Parking: Ample parking available .
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
There is not a fireguard should a young child stay.
If guests are bringing a small dog, the field that the shepherds hut sits within is not totally secured. How many pets welcome – 1 small dog .
WHAT MAKES THIS AREA SO SPECIAL:
Two local pubs are a 30 minute walk away – The Butchers Arms and The Woolpack. The Painswick Hotel has just opened offering a high end spa, great cocktails and afternoon tea a 10 minute drive.