In the beautiful Cotswolds with views across to the River Severn, Three Ways holiday home has an enviable location. Stroud is just 2 miles away, so you can reach the local independent shops, museum and galleries in minutes.
Gloucester is a 25-minute drive away and Tetbury is just as close in the other direction so there are plenty of interesting places to visit close by.
Three Ways is a modern 2-bedroom home with lots of room for 2 couples and up to 2 doggies. With 3 bathrooms, there’s no need to share and the fully-fitted kitchen is ideal for cooking up your favourite meals.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About Three Ways
This modern and spacious semi-detached holiday home has 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, and welcomes up to 2 dogs to stay.
In the living room there’s a cosy wood burner, and the kitchen has been fitted with a hob, oven, dishwasher and microwave. The garden room provides more seating so there’s plenty of room to spread out. Upstairs are 2 king-size bedrooms, one with en-suite shower.
There’s a separate shower room plus a downstairs bathroom with a spa bath. The garden is landscaped and has a barbecue, table, chairs, bike store and deep pond.
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Things To Do in Lypiatt Hill
In the Lypiatt countryside, just outside of Stroud, there are walking paths that take ramblers across valleys, through woodland and over rolling hills. Start at nearby Bisely and include Lypiatt Park, you can wander for up to 17 miles along a route here.
The Cotswolds Way is 100 miles long, and you can join a section of it near to Stroud for some challenging or gentle exercise, it’s up to you. Or wander along the towpath of the Stroudwater Canal passing locks, bridges, birds and wildlife as you go.
Stroud itself is home to an award-winning farmers’ market crammed with local produce and home-made treats. The independent shops and organic cafes in town give this place its unique feel, and there is a museum, art gallery and craft people’s stalls to browse around too.
Stroud is known for its textile heritage, so a visit to a mill is a must if you’re in the area. There’s Dunkirk Mill in Nailsworth and St Mary’s Mill in Chalford – both offer lots of information about the old traditions of using water mills for weaving wool.
Cirencester offers the traditional honey-coloured buildings of the Cotswolds and a choice of shops and eateries. It also boasts Cerney House Gardens, a tranquil place with a vegetable patch, flower beds and woodland walk, plus a café where doggies are welcome.
At at Tetbury, the Westonbirt Arboretum is home to hundreds of trees and a treetop walkway – beautiful in every season and it’s pet-friendly too.
The Cotswolds is a pretty part of England with chocolate-box thatched houses, quaint villages and lively towns. Walks in the countryside that end in traditional pubs are what holidays here are all about.
Doggies are welcome everywhere and you will see water bowls for pooches outside shops, museums and eateries. Three Ways has lots of space inside, with a choice of places to sit and relax and a well-equipped kitchen that makes self-catering a breeze.
The lovely garden has a barbecue area, and with views over the River Severn, it’s tempting to stay put in this cottage. But with so much to see in the area, such as Cirencester, Gloucester and Cheltenham, you should tear yourself away for a while and explore.
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