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The Coach House at The LammasMinchinhampton, Stroud and surrounding villages

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Set in the heart of the village yet enjoying a secluded location within 5 acres of private grounds, the Coach House forms part of a listed Cotswolds stone building, a former stables which has been extensively refurbished with guest comfort in mind.

With two bedrooms, each benefitting from en-suite bathrooms, the property accommodates up to four guests with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, which includes a fully fitted dining kitchen and light filled sitting room, it’s the perfect retreat for a relaxing break.

Enjoying an elevated position, Minchinhampton offers stunning views of quintessential Cotswolds valleys and is blessed with some award winning cafes and restaurants, a local butcher, organic dairy and farm shop. A weekly country market attests to the importance of local produce and the surrounding countryside provides numerous walking routes.

The Coach House at The Lammas can also be booked with pet-free The Stables at The Lammas to sleep eight guests in total.


Central Heating Coffee Machine Electric hob & ovenEnclosed gardenFridgeGarden furniture High ChairParkingShared use of a washing machine and tumble dryerTelevisionTennis CourtTravel CotUnderfloor HeatingWiFiBed LinenDishwasherMicrowaveTowelsTumble Dryer Washing Machine Within walking distance to pub


Ground Floor:
With stable door entrance and including electric oven and hob, coffee machine, fridge and microwave as well as a dining area with folding table and six chairs.
Sitting room
Includes a glazed opening to a former cart shed and french doors to the patio and garden as well as 55 inch smart flatscreen television.

First Floor:
Day room
With double doors and window with balcony railing overlooking the garden.
Bedroom one
With king-size bed and custom-made dressing table.
En-suite bathroom
With roll-top bath and shower over, heated towel rail, WC and wash basin.
Bedroom two
With twin single beds.
En-suite bathroom
Includes a large walk-in shower, twin wash basins, heated towel rail and WC.

Small private patio area with garden furniture outside the sitting room.
Large covered dining area in the cart shed providing shared al fresco dining with The Stables.
Tennis court available to book.
Guests can access the garden of the main house as well as wander in your own area: there is an unfenced pond in the private part of the garden some 300m from The Coach House.

Additional Information:
A welcome hamper is provided.
The washing machine and tumble dryer are housed in a communal laundry shared with The Stables.
One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
Low beam in one bedroom.
Please note that internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use.
Monday and Friday arrivals as standard but please enquire if you wish to arrive on a different day.

Surrounding local area

Spend a day exploring the regency town of Cheltenham, just a short drive from Minichinhampton. Stroll the Montpelier are taking in all the independent boutiques and if your visit coincides with the summer months, there’s a culture of entertainment on offer with jazz, science, music and literature festivals as well as the famous racecourse to the north of the town with a day at the races always a firm favourite.
For lovers of all things equestrian, The Coach House is also within easy reach of both Badminton and Gatcombe.
Just north of Cheltenham, the Prescott Speed Hill Climb is a unique event held every September, when classic car owners get the chance to put their foot to the floor. There are French and Italian themed weekends here in May and an American themed weekend in October.
Outdoor types and nature lovers will enjoy spending time at Westonbirt Arboreturm, particularly attractive during the autumn and their enchanted Christmas event is also pretty special.
Combine a visit to the arboretum with a trip to nearby Tetbury where you can admire some fine architecture whilst discovering many fine antique shops and independent traders (many consider Tetbury the antiques capital of the Cotswolds).
Stately home lovers will enjoy exploring several fine sites in the area including Woodchester Mansion, Rodmarton Manor and Painswick Rococo Gardens.Closer to home and for car free days, Minchinhampton Common is unique in the Cotswolds, a large piece of common land high above the Stroud valleys. People come to the common to simply enjoy the walks and the views and for a more challenging ramble, the Cotswold Way is a 102-mile long path through some of the most beautiful parts of the Cotswolds which runs along the Cotswold escarpment, close to Minchinhampton.
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Welcome hamper included

A complimentary hamper will be awaiting you on your arrival containing milk, tea, fresh coffee, bread, butter, eggs, juice, wine and cheese, along with other essential items to prepare a light snack or breakfast. There may be some regional variations.


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