This pretty, traditionally-styled cottage is set on the edge of the sympathetic waterside development, Lower Mill Estate, just five miles from the Cotswold Water Park, near Stroud, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
Riverview is a pretty, traditionally-styled cottage, set on the edge of the sympathetic waterside development, Lower Mill Estate, just five miles from the Cotswold Water Park, near Stroud, and can sleep six people. There is a king-size double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a balcony, a double bedroom, a room with bunk beds, a bathroom, a ground floor shower room and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburner. Outside there is allocated off road parking for one car and further parking available nearby and there is also an enclosed decked garden with furniture. Riverview is a wonderful holiday base.
Amenities: Electric central heating with woodburner. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Allocated off road parking for 1 car, additional parking next to tennis court and recycling area. Enclosed decked garden with furniture. On-site facilities include outdoor heated swimming pool, play area, tennis, restaurant, yoga, Pilates, canoeing, fishing and bike hire (prices may apply). Sorry, no pets and no smoking. On-site shop, pub 5 mins walk, on-site restaurant. Note: All guests staying at Lower Mill Estate Village will be required to sign a code of conduct form. Note: The shared outdoor heated pool is open from February to December inclusive. Note: The pool will close on 2nd Jan 2018 and re-open on 1st Feb 2018. Note: Check-in 4pm, check-out 10am.
Region: A E Houseman once wrote that Shropshire was the quietest place under the sun and today the county remains something of a rural idyll, recognised as one of the least crowded and most peaceful regions in England.
Town: The town of Stroud is known as the less commercial corner of the Cotswolds, a somewhat bohemian collection of buildings, squares and lanes, tucked into the green hills which once housed countless sheep during the Cotswolds woolen industry. Today Stroud welcomes visitors to its friendly cafes, quaint bookshops, independent shops and tempting eateries and has a regular farmers market, year-round music and theatre, a thriving arts scene and a state of the art cinema.