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Leat Cottage sleeps up to six guests and is a spacious contemporary holiday home nestling amongst the grounds of the owner's small farm where you will see a small flock of Ewes and also pet goats. The farm is situated on the fringe of Coleford village and is surrounded by lovely open farmland.
There is a village pub and also a shop in Coleford which are both within walking distance, as well as a good selection of places for a meal out within just a couple of miles of the cottage. For those who enjoy walking, there are footpaths criss crossing the countryside to explore and also The Colliers way cycle route nearby, giving walking and cycling enthusiasts the opportunity to discover the beauty of the countryside.
There are also many interesting places of interest and attractions to enjoy such as:
Andrea Love joined Independent Cottages in March 2008
Leat Cottage has a spacious open-plan living area with large French doors and windows that let the outside flood in, and take you outside to a patio where many a lazy day can be spent relaxing alongside the river. The river is a super spot for seeing wildlife with notoriously shy kingfishers and also herons often visiting.
The cottage has been furnished and equipped to a high standard of comfort and style and is perfect all year round with under floor heating throughout the ground floor.
It has three bedrooms, one which is a twin with two single beds and the other two being doubles with king-size beds (one of these is a ground floor room), thus allowing parties of six to be comfortably accommodated.
Access to the cottage from the parking area is all on one level and there is a downstairs power shower with WC, possibly making the property suitable for people with limited mobility (please discuss your requirements with the owner). There is also a bathroom on the first floor.
Additional information: Children are welcome, however, parents of very young children will need to keep them supervised due to the River Leat being in close proximity of the cottage (however, the terrace does have lockable railings around it). All electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are provided along with some welcome supplies including tea, coffee and milk so you can make a hot drink when you arrive. Bread, butter, washing up liquid and tablets for the dishwasher are also provided.
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