This is an ideal holiday cottage for a romantic short break. The cosy double bedroom comes with an en-suite shower room, the living room is comfy and the exposed-brick dining area is super chic.
With 2 dogs allowed at this accommodation, you can enjoy time away together with your four-legged friends. The Malvern Hills are a short hop away where you can hike together through beautiful countryside.
Or head over to Bourton-on-the-Water for a browse around one of the prettiest villages in the Cotswolds. If you enjoy your food, then this area will not disappoint.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
With 1 double en-suite bedroom, Windermere is just the right size for 2 people. The cosy living room has a TV and DVD player and large picture windows that make the most of the country views.
The kitchen is modern and comes fitted with a dishwasher, microwave and fridge-freezer.
Outside in the enclosed garden there’s a couple of chairs and a barbecue for al fresco dining. You can take up to 2 dogs to this holiday home.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Gretton
Gretton is a small village just outside of Cheltenham. There’s a popular pub called the Royal Oak here that’s a great place to stop after a long country walk.
Cotswolds Lavender is near to Gretton – you can stroll through the lavender fields with your pooch and pop into the shop for a selection of gifts. For long hikes in the countryside, head for Dumbleton Hills and the Malverns where there are lots of different routes to discover. Challenge yourself with a trail that takes in peaks and valleys or enjoy a leisurely ramble along quiet country lanes.
In Cheltenham, Pittville Park has pitch and putt, a fishing lake and a boating café where pooches are welcome. It’s a lovely place to spend a few hours. Cheltenham has Regency architecture and is pretty to stroll around – the Town Hall is a magnificent sight as is Neptune’s Fountain.
There’s a traffic-free area with shops of every kind to visit as well. The famous racecourse here is well-known for its jump racing festival in March. In Winchcombe nearby, there’s a museum that boasts a set of village stocks and pieces of local pottery that is great for a short visit.
Hop in the car and you can be in Stow-on-the Wold in 25 minutes. This tourist hot spot is as pretty as a picture with honey-coloured stone buildings and thatched roofs on every street.
It’s the ideal town for antique hunting with a choice of tea shops for refreshments. Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford are well worth a visit too.
The Cotswolds is a much-loved part of England where the villages are quaint and the countryside is spectacular. Around the Cheltenham area, there’s the Malvern Hills, Cirencester and Gloucester that can all be reached in no time for a diverse range of great things to do.
You can choose to have a jam-packed holiday or you can take things easy and simply relax. There is something for everyone here.
Windermere is perfect for 2 people. Inside you have all the comforts of home and outside is a sweet seating area with views of fields and rolling hills.
In the kitchen is everything you need to cook up something tasty for dinner. But if you feel like spoiling yourself, the Royal Oak is just half-a-mile away and it boasts a menu of British favourites.
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