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Self-Catering in Cirencester

Old Mill Cottages, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Old Mill Cottages
Old Mill Farm
Poole Keynes

Cirencester
Gloucestershire

GL7 6ED | View map
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Four well-equipped barn conversions on a secluded farm beside the River Thames (sometimes dry) which sleeps 2-7 people.

Tupenny and Stables are adjoining single storey cottages. Granary and Thames have balconies overlooking the river.

Cotswold Water Park begins within half a mile, offering sailing, fishing, jet skiing, nature reserves, walking and cycle routes. Horse riding and golf are available within 5 miles.

It is an ideal centre for touring the Cotswolds and within easy reach of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Oxford, Bath, Stratford-on-Avon, Stonehenge, Malmesbury and Tetbury.

Kemble station with trains to London (1 hour 15 mins) is 2 miles away. Separate laundry room with telephone, as well as grassed areas with picnic tables.

For further information please contact:
Ermine House Farm
Syde, Cheltenham
GL53 9PN

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Nearest Train Station: Kemble
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All Year
Nearest Airport: Bristol
Number of Units: 4
Unit Type: Cottages
Price Guide: 205 - 750
Nearest Major Town: Cirencester
Distance: 4.5 miles
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Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine - On site
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