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Whitminster House Cottages, Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Whitminster House Cottages
Whitminster
Gloucester
Gloucestershire

GL2 7PN | View map
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Self-Catering Holiday Cottages ideally situated by the Cotswolds Edge on a picturesque small English country estate within easy reach of many interests & activities. Each cottage has individual character and is comfortably-equipped.

The properties individually sleep from 3 to 12, one has level access, and all can be conveniently combined for larger groups up to 48 (max 54), with a Party Room available, BBQs, gardens and lovely canal side walks.

Catering can be arranged for all celebrations and special occasions.

A grade II* Manor, Whitminster House is a beautiful venue for Wedding Receptions and Parties with marquees available in the Victorian Walled Garden. Please contact Mrs Anita Teesdale on (00 44) 1452 740204 or whitminsterhouse@btconnect.com

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Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 6 Cottages, 1 Apartment
Unit Type: Cottages and West Wing of Manor House
Price Guide: Rates pages on website, via email or telephone
Nearest Major Town: Stroud
Distance: 7 miles
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Gardens for Guest Use
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Electric Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided - towels available for overseas visitors
Washing Machine - & Dishwasher
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