Holiday cottages in Gloucestershire

With buttery stone coloured cottages in some of the most iconic Cotswold villages, a stay in Gloucestershire is the perfect base for exploring stunning countryside and woodland. Some cottages are on the edge of estates like Sherbourne or Lodge Park, or you can stay in villages like Snowshill or Bibury, where famous names such as Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water and Cirencester are never too far away.

Exterior stone frontage of Woody's Cottage, Sheepscombe, Gloucestershire

Woody's Cottage 

Surrounded by leafy woodland, this stone cottage is only half a mile from the centre of Sheepcombe village with its popular pub. With a sunny garden as well, you'll love the feeling of isolation and opportunities for wildlife watching.

The bathroom at The Little Fleece, Painswick, Gloucestershire

The Little Fleece 

This little terraced house that used to be a bookshop in Painswick with a quiet enclosed garden makes the perfect base for a spot of Cotswold exploring. With a steep winding staircase and a bedroom with vaulted ceilings, its easy to fall for the charms of this place.

The cosy sitting room at The Tack Room, Stroud, Gloucestershire

The Tack Room 

A cosy cottage in beautiful beach woodland, The Tack Room is a great base to explore the Cotswolds with its pretty villages, steep valleys and stunning views.

Exterior of Arlington Row

9 Arlington Row 

In one of England's most iconic rows of cottages, 9 Arlington Place in Bibury is a pretty cottage with a cosy, modern interior and a historic location. When you stay, pop to nearby Cirencester for its bustling independent shops.

The grand exterior of Lower Lodge, Newark Estate, Wotton Under Edge, Gloucestershire

Lower Lodge 

Built in 1790 as part of the Newark Park Estate, you'll love the gorgeous views from this pretty cottage. Nestled in leafy countryside perfect for leisurely walks, there's a nature reserve behind the cottage too for wildlife spotting.

West Lodge, Sherborne, Gloucestershire

West Lodge 

At the edge of the estate village of Sherbourne, West Lodge is a tranquil spot with a courtyard garden. With lots of great walks nearby and a woodburner to come back to afterwards, it's the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds.

Deer Park Lodge, Sherborne, Gloucestershire

Deer Park Lodge 

Right next to the former entrance gates to the seventeenth-century Lodge Park, this little cottage has views over open countryside. Head out to experience the nearby Cotswold towns of Stow on the Wold, Bourton on the Water or Cirencester to complete your Cotswolds experience.

The impressive exterior of Spring Cottage, Snowshill, nr Broadway, Gloucestershire

Spring Cottage 

A small but beautiful cottage in a typically gorgeous Cotswold village. There's plenty of period features like an ancient inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. When you do venture out, explore pretty market towns or the popular loocal pub, The Snowshill Arms.

The exterior of Honor's Cottage

Honor's Cottage 

You'll be charmed by this little Cotswold cottage with a huge inglenook fireplace and terraced garden. There are wonderful walks nearby and the quintessential Cotswold villages to explore as well.

The light, bright bathroom at Diston's Cottage, nr Broadway, Gloucestershire

Diston's Cottage 

An end-terrace stone cottage with an old-fashioned stable door perfect for watching the world go by, or enjoying the peace and quiet in this pretty village.

The spacious kitchen at Manor Farmhouse, Snowshill, nr Broadway, Gloucestershire

Manor Farmhouse 

Previously the home of the farm manager, this traditional cottage has exposed beams, ancient floors and antique furniture that will really give you a sense of history when you stay. There's plenty of walks from the door too, and beautiful Cotswold villages to explore.

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