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Little Maunditts CottageSherston, Tetbury, Cirencester & surrounding villages

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From £510.00

Special Offers
10% off for holidays taken between 1 March 2019 and 31 March 2019
Minimum of 3 nights booking.
Must be placed between 1 Mar 2019 and 31 Mar 2019
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Property details

Little Maunditts Cottage accommodates up to 6 guests and with each bedroom benefitting from its own en-suite bathroom, it’s the perfect choice for families or a group of friends holidaying together.

On the ground floor a large open plan kitchen dining area also has a seating area making this the sociable heart of the home and with bi-fold doors to the delightful south facing garden, it’s a sociable space year round. Thoughtful touches include underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and in all bathrooms: marble radiators and oak doors reclaimed from a Cotswold Manor House complete the styling.

The cottage is tucked away in a quiet lane in the very centre of the village. This attractive and friendly village hosts many traditional events and is within easy walking distance of the village centre where you will find the excellent Rattlebone Pub, a wine shop, Tucks Farm shop & florist, and the community run Post Office and Village Stores. There are plenty of wonderful scenic Cotswold walks both direct from the doorstep of the cottage or a short drive away.

Overview

CD PlayerCentral Heating Electric range cookerEnclosed gardenFamily board games FreezerFridgeGarden furniture High ChairParkingTravel CotUnderfloor HeatingWiFiDog FreeBed LinenDishwasherDVD playerMicrowaveTowelsTumble Dryer Washing Machine Within walking distance to pub Within walking distance to shop

Layout

Ground floor:
Entrance hall:
With bi-fold doors to the patio and garden
Utility/cloakroom:
Housing the washer/dryer as well as WC and washbasin
Kitchen:
A fully equipped kitchen including electric range cooker with two ovens, microwave, fridge with small freezer compartment, additional freezer and dishwasher.
Open-plan dining area:
With table and chairs for eight and sitting area with space for six to relax in comfort in front of the LDC television.
Sitting room:
Including an electric woodburner style focal point fire and LDC television and DVD player.

First floor:
Bedroom one:
Double bedroom with 5ft bed.
En-suite bathroom:
In pink italian marble with walk-in shower including overhead rain drench and second adjustable shower attachment. Heated towel rail, WC and washbasin.
Bedroom two:
With 4ft6’’ four poster style bed.
En-suite bathroom:
Includes Art Deco style suite with large bath with hand-held shower attachment.
Bedroom three:
With 6ft zip and link bed (can convert to 3' singles upon request) and sofa.
En-suite bathroom:
With spacious shower, heated towel rail, WC and vanity washbasin.

Outside:
Enclosed courtyard garden with box lined gravel paths, flower beds and garden furniture.

Additional Information:
Sorry, no pets.
Regrettably fireworks are not permitted.
Library of books including local guides and maps.
Jigsaws and board games.
Internet access is offered at this property for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use

Surrounding local area

Take a tour of the south Cotswolds villages: from Nailsworth, Painswick and Minchinhampton to Bradford-on-Avon, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Explore Roman Bath just 30 minutes drive away or 10 minutes by train from Chippenham. Visit the Roman Baths, the Jane Austin Centre, The American Museum, Bath Abbey and a wealth of other sites. Cirencester, originally known as Corinium, also has a wealth of roman heritage and the Corinium museum provides a history lesson
Visit the historic market town of Malmesbury taking in its history dating back to King Athelstan who is buried in Malmesbury Abbey. Make time to stop by the Abbey Gardens. amazing gardens set around a Tudor manor house. Home to the ‘naked gardeners’!
Include a trip to Lacock Abbey. The 13th century village of lacock is managed by the National Trust and eagle eyed visitors will spot scenes from many well-known period dramas as well as the more recent Harry Potter films.
Set in 600 acres and with 17 miles of footpaths, 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).
Historic house lovers will enjoy two fine examples: Chavenage House, a wonderful example of an Elizabethan manor house, recently used as a film set for the tv series Poldark and Newark Park, which on a good day has views extending as far as the Mendip Hills.

Guest reviews

A lovely location and fantastic accommodation whilst catching up with family ( for a wedding and a christening)
Everything we needed was here, loved the hamper ( a lovely touch). Will definitely be in touch to stay here again when visiting family. Many thanks.

K Family , February 2019
1 of 3

The cottage is very well equipped, including OS maps and suggestions for walks and was very clean. Excellent welcome hamper.
We particularly enjoyed the cheeses, scones and clotted cream. Laura and her partner Euan were very responsive.
We have stayed in many holiday cottages and this is definitely one of the best.

Mr & Mrs P - Norfolk , June 2018
2 of 3

A lovely well equipped cottage in a great location.
Perfect for a family get-together over Easter. Thank you for all the little Easter touches Laura and for the scrummy cake. We have had a lovely time exploring the area and the local hostelries.

S Family & Guests - Hertfordshire , March 2018
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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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