Relax in your own little courtyard garden with the chatter of birds, the rustle of trees and wonderful views.
Step into a peaceful flag-stoned space, with a large bedroom downstairs, a twin under the eaves, and a wood-burner for cosy nights in. This converted field cattle shelter is the most secluded of the cottages on these 70 acres, and the whole place is a dream for walkers and children. Not only are there hens (buy eggs when they’re laying), sheep, cows and two friendly dogs, but a forest school just below.
You’ve 30 acres of ancient woodland to explore and on the edge of the farm is Jackdaw Bridge, built by Brunel. From here, it’s a 15-minute walk to the local pub, or the canal towpath leads to lovely laid-back Stroud. Then it’s home to books, games, views, and your very own wood-fired hot tub.