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Excellent 5/5 14 reviews

Cosy bedroom under the eaves

Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
  • Car not necessary

Once part of the local village brewery, "Half Pint Cottage" packs a lot into its tiny size.Completely refurbished in 2012,it provides ultra modern facilities alongside period Victorian features, cotswold stone walls and old beams. With lovely views from all windows, a cosy lounge, modern oak fitted kitchen and dining area, and a bedroom tucked under the eaves, this is country living in style. What's more there's a pretty cottage garden out front to relax in.

Situated in the five valleys area of the Cotswolds, this is a perfect venue for enjoying long country walks, or visiting Cotswold villages , manor houses, and national trust gardens. .

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Heathrow 150 km, Nearest railway: Stroud 3 km
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Further details indoors

King sized double bed with comfortable pocketed spring mattress.

Wide flat screen TV

Original Victorian hearth and other period features.

Laura Ashley soft furnishings.

Selection of games

Further details outdoors

A cottage garden is situated to the front of the property, recently re-landscaped to provide a new patio area, footpaths, dry stone walling and flower beds.

A table, chairs, and charcoal barbecue are provided for your enjoyment, as well as a" tidyspin" for drying washing.

Parking is to be found alongside the nearby Bell Inn.

The Central England/Cotswolds region

The village of Selsley is situated on the western edge of the Cotswolds in the region of the " Five Valleys" which converge on the town of Stroud.

This is a beautiful area of gentle rolling hillsides, deciduous forests, and pretty Cotswold villages of honey coloured stone. There are a number of interesting manor houses and gardens to explore close by, as well as

the arboretum at Westonbirt; Slimbridge Bird Sanctuary; Regency Cheltenham; Gloucester Docks; Cirencester Abbey; and many famous Cotswold villages such as Bibury and Bourton on the Water.

You will find a guide to local National Trust properties in the cottage, including nearby Woodchester Park, as well as other local guide books and O.S. maps.

Stroud

Selsley is an interesting village with a working farm, Elizabethan manor house, and Parish Church, renowned for its wonderful stained glass windows created by William Morris, Burne Jones et al.

The village is situated on the edge of a vast common, which affords wonderful views towards Wales and the Severn estuary, as well as the five valleys around Stroud.

There are two fine seventeenth century inns within easy walking distance of the cottage. The Royal Oak at North Woodchester, and our very own "local," "the Bell Inn at Selsley, just up the road( This is currently being refurbished and due to re-open as a pub/fine restaurant and farm shop in October 2013.)

Selsley is situated on the edge of Stroud, renowned for its Saturday farmers' market, where you can buy anything from free range eggs and locally made sausages, to olives and local cider.

Stroud also offers an exciting range of wholefood cafés, while in the surrounding villages such as Nailsworth and Painswick you will find excellent fare in pubs, bistro bars and restaurants. The famous Woolpack pub, frequented by Laurie Lee(Cider with Rosie), is to be found at Slad, set in a beautiful valley on the edge of Stroud.

There are a number of festivals held year round within the region. These include Cheltenham Gold Cup, Cheltenham Jazz and Literary Festivals, Badminton Horse Trials ,Stroud Country Fair, and not least our Selsley summer fete.

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Review 1-10 of 14

17 Jul 2014

4/5

"Well-equipped cottage in good location"

We stayed here for a week in June, with our pooch. The cottage is well-equipped and packs a lot into a small space. Although the kitchen is small it has everything you need and is full of appliances.… More

Thank you for telling us about your stay. It's good to know you liked our little cottage.

30 Dec 2013

4/5

"christmas 2013: Lovely Stay!"

Just spent a week over christmas, beautiful cottage and really festive,.when we arrived there was a bottle of wine & xmas cake left for us also a xmas tree and crackers, really thoughtful. Unloading t… More

I'm glad you enjoyed your Christmas stay. Our guests usually appreciate the few condiments etc. that we leave in the food cupboard, as well as the basic essentials left for their convenience. I'm a bit puzzled about ornaments gathering dust, as previous guests have always thanked us for our clean,tidy and cosy cottage.
Our pub has recently re-opened after extensive renovations, so I am delighted that you appreciated it. Unfortunately it has meant that parking was more difficult over the holiday period, though it is possible to stop alongside the cottages for unloading.

22 Dec 2013

5/5

"Lovely, will come back"

Cottage was conveniently located, only a short bus ride from Stroud station, walking distance to a Sainsbury's for supplies, and also only a few minutes walk to a beautiful common with amazing views. Cottage was very clean and homely, with everything you might need, including books, DVDs and Scrabble, and we were touched that the owner put out wine and some Christmas cake for us. Will definitely come back.

I'm delighted you had a pleasant stay, and look forward to welcoming you again some time.

15 Oct 2013

4/5

"Perfect hideaway for a couple of days"

We've just arrived home after 2 nights at half pint cottage. It's a lovely little cottage in an attractive setting, the only downsides for us was the lack of parking - you have to walk down … More

So glad you enjoyed your weekend, and yes the pub is going to be even better than before.I can't wait until it's finished.

16 Aug 2013

4/5

"cozy, quirky cottage, although not very dog friendly."

I stayed here for a long weekend in November 2012, we had a really nice time, the log burner in the small kitchen warmed the whole place...although the lounge was on the next floor so you couldnt fully enjoy it. It was cozy, romantic and festive.
We took my two dogs along to enjoy the nice countryside and long walks...however, I wouldnt recommend taking dogs to this property, the garden was not secure, there was broken fencing at the bottom which at best, was only knee height, so I had to keep the dogs on leads to go out there... I think there was work being done (although I wasnt made aware of this) as it was mainly mud and rubbish. Whilst the cottage was lovely, the furniture was all white so it meant leaving the dogs on the ground floor (a small kitchen) alone in the evenings, I was careful to roll up the cream rug on the second floor (living room) and put it to the side, but had some money deducted from my deposit for there being dog hair on it!!
So a lovely cottage in a nice village with a nearby pub, supermarket and local walks, but probably not the best cottage for taking your dogs, I would recommend it for a romantic couples holiday/break.

Hi,
I'm glad you enjoyed our cosy cottage.Well behaved dogs are definitely welcome, even hairy ones. However, our cleaner does a stirling job to make sure the cottage is left in a perfect condition for our next guests, so although we don't charge for dogs, we reserve the right to pay her for extra cleaning when necessary.Fortunately this rarely happens.
I think you would love our now fully landscaped garden, although we still expect guests to supervise their dogs, so as not to spoil the flowers and shrubs for others.

9 Aug 2013

4/5

"Cute cottage"

Very well modernised and equipped cottage on three floors, only one problem it's two flights of very narrow steep stairs down to the loo from the bedroom, which if you are used to an en-suite be… More

I'm so glad you enjoyed the garden during your stay. A perfect summer!

13 May 2013

4/5

"What a lovely little cottage"

We thoroughly enjoyed our long weekend in this cosy little cottage and would certainly recommend it. The owners have restored it beautifully and it immediately makes you feel at home. It is on three f… More

I,m glad you enjoyed your weekend and made the most of exploring this beautiful part of the Cotswolds.We shall certainly be trying the canal walk you recommended in our guest book.

13 Mar 2013

5/5

"cozy and comfortable stay in a beautiful location"

I enjoyed staying at Half-Pint Cottage, especially with the beautiful views in every direction! The home was well-equipped, and so tidy and clean. Some of the best features were the wood-burning sto… More

Thank you for your kind words. I am so pleased that you enjoyed your stay, and that you like our little cottage.

5 Feb 2013

5/5

"Beautiful cottage, perfect location"

We stayed at Half-pint cottage over new year for 5 nights. It has been refurbished to a very high standard and is simply stunning. The location is great for exploring the Cotswolds and there are many … More

I'm so glad you enjoyed your New Year's break Rebecca. All the best for 2013.

25 Dec 2012

5/5

"Cosy cottage close to town"

Cosy well equipped cottage. Close to stroud, convenient for shops/public transport but still feels out in the country. Good walks and views across selsley and minchinhampton commons. Nice non-pretentious local pub with food.

So glad that you enjoyed your stay, and that you appreciated our "local" too.

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