Relax in your own little courtyard garden with the chatter of birds, the rustle of trees and wonderful views. Find homemade cake when you arrive, buy eggs from the hens when they’re laying.
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, sheep, cows and two friendly labs, 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.