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Chalford is a conglomeration of villages adhering to the steep slopes of the so-called Golden Valley cut by the Frome, through which the Severn and Thames Canal runs, once the transport route for the cloth made in the many mills here... Read More.

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Sollom Voe

Sollom Voe
The Proprietors would like to welcome you to share their lovely home on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Chalford. Sollom Voe is a recently extended, fully re-furbished family home set within over ½ ... More | visit website

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Ragged Cot Inn (0.80 miles)

Ragged Cot Inn

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Dating in part from the 17th Century, The Ragged Cot enjoys modern facilities while retaining the charm of a traditional Cotswold Inn. Set beside 600 acres of National Trust common land and ... More


Pretoria Villa (1.18 miles)

Pretoria Villa
Pretoria Villa Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Cotswold Stone home, situated in the peaceful village of Eastcombe which lies above the beautiful Toadsmoor Valley. The B&B is situated down a quiet country lane, yet only ... More
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Port House (1.54 miles)

Port House
Jane and Morgan welcome you to Port House in the centre of the village of Brimscombe. Situated in the Golden valley and surrounded by England's largest officially designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' this former ... More | visit website
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Glebe (1.54 miles)

It's just a short walk to the heart of Minchinhampton with its narrow streets and mellow cotswold stone buildings, many dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Here you'll find the convenience store, several cafe/restaurants, ... More | visit website
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Crown Inn (1.70 miles)

Crown Inn
Nestling in the Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell lies the Crown Inn. A seventeenth century ‘cider house’ that is steeped in history and is, quite simply, a perfect village pub. Roaring log fires; delicious, traditional, home-cooked ... More | visit website
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Burleigh Court Hotel (1.76 miles)

Burleigh Court Hotel

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Nestling on the edge of a steep hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, this 18th century Cotswold stone manor house is a hidden gem in the heart of Royal Gloucestershire.

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Trap House Court (1.83 miles)

Trap House Court

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Our holiday let is a beautiful newly built terraced cottage in a courtyard setting. Recently finished to a high standard, it offers contemporary accommodation in the heart of the historic ... More

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Forwood Farm (2.15 miles)

Forwood Farm

A warm welcome awaits at Forwood Farm
A beautiful 17th Century Cotswold country house recently totally renovated to a high standard offering luxurious ensuite accommodation. Forwood Farm enjoys a most beautiful and peaceful ... More | visit website

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Bear of Rodborough (2.48 miles)

Bear of Rodborough

In the historic south-west corner of the Cotswolds, high above Stroud on the wilds of Rodborough Common, stands the handsome Bear of Rodborough Hotel. Originally built in the 17th century, this former coaching inn provided ... More | visit website

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The Old Lodge (2.68 miles)

The Old Lodge
In 1213, after the Norman Conquest, the wooded land we now know as Minchinhampton Common was confiscated and given to l`Abbaye aux Dames in Caen. Some 800 years later and Christophe (a Norman himself) and ... More | visit website

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