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House / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 12
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House / 5 bedrooms / sleeps 12
Burrows Court, in the tranquil hamlet of Nibley Green, offers a relaxing base for those visiting the south Cotswolds. The village of North Nibley has a pub/restaurant, church, shop/post office and school but the towns of Wotton-under-Edge or Dursley are about a 10 minute drive away where there are a large selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and supermarkets.
Wotton has a cinema and outdoor pool and Dursley has a heated indoor pool. There are numerous golf courses within a 10 minute drive and numerous country walks.
There is a large garden and a separate car park with parking for 10+ cars to the front of the property and garden furniture and a barbecue are provided for use when weather permits.
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 5 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bristol Airport, Nearest railway: Cam/Dursley|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 5 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
The ground-floor accommodation consists of an entrance hall-way, kitchen/diner, lounge, laundry-room and ground-floor toilet.
3 double bedrooms are located on the first floor and the second floor has a twin-bedded room and a family room which has a double bed and 2 single beds. All bedrooms have ensuite facilities (1st floor rooms have full bathroom with shower over bath whilst 2nd floor rooms have full bathroom with hand-held attachment for washing hair), tv, radio-alarm and hair-dryer.
Due to the nature of the building, Burrows Court is not suitable for those unable to climb at least one flight of stairs.
|Further details outdoors|
There is a large, unenclosed garden to the front of the property and a large car-park. Between the garden and car-park there is a water course with bridge over so young children should not be left to play unsupervised.
The house sleeps a maximum of 12 people and smoking is not allowed within the building.
Weekly bookings commence Friday (but Monday may be possible by special arrangement).
Weekend short breaks are for 3 nights and run from Fri - Sun inclusive.
Midweek short breaks are for 4 nights and run from Mon - Thurs inclusive.
One pet accepted per booking at an additional cost of £20.
A deposit of one third of the booking fee is payable at the time of booking and the balance is payable 8 weeks before commencement of the holiday. A security deposit against damage of £200 is also payable at this time.
Christmas Break 2014 - 5 nights commencing 23 December £1665.
New Year 2014 - 4 nights commencing 30 December £1374.
The Gloucestershire region
The Cotswolds are famous for their gentle rolling landscape and beautiful towns and villages which offer so much to the tourist. It is not surprising that Prince Charles and Princess Anne have decided to make their homes in the area (Tetbury and Gatcombe respectively) and that celebrities including Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant, Kate Moss and many others have settled in the area.
Besides the smaller villages which all have their own unique character there are also the larger cities of Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester which provide numerous options for visitors to the area.
The area around Wotton-under-Edge is ideal for those liking country walks and beautiful scenery. North Nibley which is on the Cotswold Way has the Tyndale Monument high on the hill overlooking the village and the Severn Vale. The Monument commemorates William Tyndale who translated the bible from Latin into English and was burned at the stake for his trouble. On a clear day the view from the monument takes in the Welsh coast and the two Severn crossings and it is said that one can see seven counties.
Nearby are Slimbridge Wildfowl Trust, Berkeley Castle (scene of the murder of Edward II), Westonbirt Arboretum and numerous stately homes and National Trust properties are within a half-hour drive.
An annual music festival takes place in North Nibley and it was also the venue for a steam rally which has now relocated to Berkeley (the place where Edward Jenner developed the vaccine for Smallpox). Berkeley is also the location of Cattle Country Adventure Park which provides hours of fun for all ages.
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13 Jan 2015
"excellent facilities for group of all ages"
Lynette met us at 4pm as arranged and gave us a good informative tour of the house.Kitchen equipment well stocked for our group of 10 (8 adults baby and toddler). We liked having ensuite with eve… More
Thank you for your comments about your stay at Burrows Court. The house is very popular with family groups or parties of friends and I'm sure the fact that every bedroom has its own facilities makes the stay easier and means there are no queues to use the bathroom(s). Thank you, too, for leaving the house and contents so clean. It would be a pleasure to welcome you back sometime in the future. Lynnette
28 Aug 2014
We were a group of 12 and found the accommodation excellent. The two rooms (lounge and reading room) were useful for those that wanted to talk and those that wanted to read. The kitchen has great faci… More
Thank you for taking the time to review Burrows Court and I'm glad you enjoyed your stay. Please get in touch again if you are travelling to this area.
17 Apr 2014
"Great house and garden"
Great; house and garden brilliant for extended families and couldn't ask for a better outside space for children of all ages.It is a beautiful old house with interesting nooks and crannies. The k… More
Thank you for your comments. I'm so pleased you enjoyed your stay and that the weather was good so you were able to spend time in the garden as well as the house. If you're ever planning a visit to the area in the future please consider Burrows Court as a place to stay.
13 Jul 2013
"Great place to stay"
I chose and booked Burrows Court for a weekend get-together last month with a group of close friends and their children. I'm a little ashamed that it has taken so long for me to get round to writing a review, as I always find it helpful to read those of other people.
The property met and exceeded our expectations. I was first to arrive and was welcomed and given a very thorough tour of the house by the owner. It was immediately apparent that we had everything we might possibly need. What set this property apart from many others that we looked at (including some that were much more expensive) was that every bedroom had its own en-suite bathroom, which is a massive plus. The kitchen was extremely well-equipped, with much more than the bare minimum for 12 people. There were lots of useful extras, such as tupperware in various sizes for picnics and ice-packs in the freezer.
We hardly used the two sitting rooms as we were blessed with beautiful weather throughout our stay. The lawn in front of the house was a great space for the children to play and the adults to relax and have most of our meals, We made good use of the barbecue and the two very sturdy picnic tables provided. We all wished that we had been able to stay for a week, rather than just a weekend.
Would definitely choose to return to this house if we organise another reunion.
14 May 2013
"Excellent character property in a stunning location central to endless holiday activities."
The ensuite facilities to every bedroom went down really well with the three generations of our family, as did the large garden for the younger children (and the dog!). It was great for us all to be able to eat together and celebrate a birthday in the large kitchen. The immediate area has plenty of potential for walkers and the local villages have excellent pubs and restaurants to choose from. We found plenty of activities to suit all ages without having to travel too far and had a really great week.
14 May 2013
"Great holiday house"
I stayed at BC for Easter weekend with a group of friends. The property was excellent for our group and the kitchen was well equipped. The owner was very welcoming and we had a lovely weekend. It is a short drive to the local shops but it was lovely to be able to go out walking straight from the house.
12 Jan 2013
"Great Place for a Get Away"
This is the perfect place to have a relaxing break with friends or family. All the bedrooms were a good size and each had an en suite which was a real bonus. We did quite a lot of cooking and the ki… More
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