With the busiest time of the year for bookings fast approaching, property owners are making use of all available channels to reach potential customers. Check out some of the new properties that have been added to Shortbreaks.com this month.
Cotswold Park Barns
When booking Cotswold Park Barns for your holiday you are booking the whole property giving you the privacy and exclusivity you expect when coming to the Cotswolds. The Barns have been created from the original dairy buildings belonging to Cotswold Park House that is lived in by the owners of the estate
Our 10 bedrooms will sleep up to 20 adults and if you have children or guests that can use sofa beds the numbers can be up to 24. You can book Cotswold Park Barns for an entire week, a weekday or a long weekend – let us know your requirements and we will do our best to accommodate them.
Take a look at their Shortbreaks.com listing.
Cotswold Park Lodge
Cotswold Park Lodge is a beautiful and comfortable cottage situated on the Cotswold Park Estate, next to the village of Woodmancote, between Cirencester and Cheltenham.
Completely renovated in 2017 the cottage is now available for week long lets. With two large double / twin bedrooms and one smaller bedroom which can be a double or twin, we can sleep up to six people. Two bathrooms, a large sitting room and a wonderful kitchen / dining room - this really is as cosy and beautiful as it sounds. A large garden at the rear of the property overlooking open fields and beautiful views.
For more information on Cotswold Park Lodge, take a look at their listing.
George Cottage is a traditional stone cottage based in the heart of the Forest of Dean ancient woodland. But that is where tradition stops. The cottage is funky and unconventional with bedrooms that are themed – birds of paradise, vintage rose and woodland sheepskin.
It is set back from the road at the end of a little dog leg path behind other cottages and so is quiet and serene, with views of the hill behind – whilst affording direct access to the village amenities – late co-op store, post office, library, take-away food choices, pub etc.
It has a private courtyard with a hot tub, fire pit and small portable BBQ, an outdoor wood fired sauna cabin and in the house – an open fire. There is also a full compliment of cocktail making equipment indoors for making thirst quenchers to while away your time in the tub.
The Old Reading Rooms
The Old Reading Rooms is a Grade II Listed town house offering spacious accommodation for up to 4 guests over three floors together with a courtyard to the rear of the property.
This Grade II Listed town house offers a wealth of character features and is believed to date back to 1887 to commemorate Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee. The foundation stone is believed to have been laid by William Hancock on the 24th June 1887 and the Reading Room was opened a year later. Originally the ground floor was divided into two reading rooms, one for the public and the other for subscribers and on the first floor originally housed a billiard room and a snuggery.
The property has now been converted into a superb holiday accommodation for up to 4 guests. The entrance hall leads into a 30' kitchen/dining room with high ceiling, cornices, stained glass windows, and attractive timbered floor there is a cloakroom and rear porch with access to courtyard. Off the hallway at the foot of the stairs, is a walk-in shower with hand basin.
Take a look at our listing for The Old Reading Rooms here.