Home | Latest News | Luxury conversions in the Cotswolds

Luxury conversions in the Cotswolds

Take a break from the daily grind and book yourself a well-earned staycation in the heart of the Cotswolds. Feel those everyday worries slip away, as you lose yourself in the natural beauty of the idyllic surroundings. The Stables provide a beautiful detached three bedroom accommodation within walking distance of the honeycomb village of Castle Combe. The former barn still retains the original oak beams and cobbled stone flooring and is located beside the ancient Roman Fosse Way i.e. the oldest of its kind to be found in Britain. Family-friendly, this rural self-catering let also welcome friends of the furry variety, with outdoor space across the shared garden and cider orchard.

Just down the road from Castle Combe, you’ll find the sleepy village of Biddestone, home to The Billiard Room, a quirky and historic building set in the grounds an 18th century house, with views to the duck pond and village green. This beautiful restoration project has held a varied history as a blanket factory and village school, before its conversion in the 20th century. The unique living space hosts magnificent features, with a beamed vaulted roof, large stone fireplace, four-poster bed and wood burner. Guests are also welcome to wander through the orchard and paddock area, home to donkeys, Ossie and Bertie, leading on to attractive walks through the adjoining farm and woodland.

The immediate vicinity is also home to Anvil Cottage, originally a working forge supplying agricultural implements and tools, Anvil Cottage has recently undergone sympathetic restoration to create a high class holiday home, whilst retaining many original features. The property is ideal for families with younger children and has been tastefully furnished, with all necessary amenities. So if you’re after a rural escape to the country, consider booking your staycation in the ancient beauty and rolling hills of the Cotswolds.

Back to latest news
Web design by Creatomatic | © 2024 Bath Self Catering
Photography by Ed Collacott.
Visit England AA PASC Member
This website uses cookies
This site uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. We use necessary cookies to make sure that our website works. We’d also like to set analytics cookies that help us make improvements by measuring how you use the site. By clicking “Allow All”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyse site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.
These cookies are required for basic functionalities such as accessing secure areas of the website, remembering previous actions and facilitating the proper display of the website. Necessary cookies are often exempt from requiring user consent as they do not collect personal data and are crucial for the website to perform its core functions.
A “preferences” cookie is used to remember user preferences and settings on a website. These cookies enhance the user experience by allowing the website to remember choices such as language preferences, font size, layout customization, and other similar settings. Preference cookies are not strictly necessary for the basic functioning of the website but contribute to a more personalised and convenient browsing experience for users.
A “statistics” cookie typically refers to cookies that are used to collect anonymous data about how visitors interact with a website. These cookies help website owners understand how users navigate their site, which pages are most frequently visited, how long users spend on each page, and similar metrics. The data collected by statistics cookies is aggregated and anonymized, meaning it does not contain personally identifiable information (PII).
Marketing cookies are used to track user behaviour across websites, allowing advertisers to deliver targeted advertisements based on the user’s interests and preferences. These cookies collect data such as browsing history and interactions with ads to create user profiles. While essential for effective online advertising, obtaining user consent is crucial to comply with privacy regulations.