"Located in one of the most picture perfect villages in the Cotswolds a journey to The Cotswold Chapel begins by exploring the winding roads and glorious countryside drive over a small bridge over the River Eye and you’ll be greeted by The Chapel as your reward.\nExpertly renovated this former Methodist Chapel still retains some of those quirky features such as full length windows that provide not only light but beautiful views yet it has been brought bang up to date for the modern day. Downstairs a log burner heats the chapel and provides a feature and a compact kitchen completes the picture. Vibrant colours and handmade furniture also helps the chapel feel contemporary with a purpose crafter corner sofa and handmade stairs that lead to the glass mezzanine level. These lovely wooden steps not for the failing of foot take you to where you’ll spend the night a double bed and wet room make the most of the eave space and in the morning simply open the blinds to watch the river with a cup of coffee in hand.\nA walled garden completes the property and a great suntrap. The Cotswold Chapel is a perfect place for a short cottage break for two with walks and bike rides to the right of your front door but most importantly a lovely pub to your left in neighbouring Lower Slaughter once you’ve finished walking for the day. Pets are welcome on request so you don’t need to leave your four legged friend at home and cultural pursuits are a mere 25 minutes away in Cheltenham if you need to stock up on supplies or simply enjoy the shops races and many festivals on offer. The perfect Gloucestershire holiday cottage for those wanting to explore\nThe Cotswold Chapel is a bijoux retreat that offers escapism with modern flair."
The Cotswold Chapel: sleeps 2 in 1 bedrooms, 1 showeroom. Garden area, parking for 1 car.
Sitting room with corner sofa seating 2 and log burner. Please note this property does not have a TV.
Kitchen with dishwasher, fridge, kettle, toaster, oven and electric hob. Café table seating 2. Access to courtyard
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2), double bed
Wet room with shower, please note the WC is on the ground floor.
Handmade wooden stairs lead to the glass mezzanine, please note these are not suitable for those with mobility problem and care must be taken when using.
Log burner heats the property with an additional electric radiator.
Courtyard garden with seating for 2.
Access to River Eye for paddling and walking and bike tracks run from the property.
What you need to know
Not child friendly
1 small dog permitted
1 private car parking space
The property has a steep staircase
The River Eye runs adjacent to the property so please be careful and watch pets.
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