Dryhill, built on the site of an ancient Roman villa and vineyard, is a beautiful 400-year-old former farmhouse sleeping up to ten people. Approached by a long private rural track leading to a circular driveway, this charming property is surrounded by 14-acres of woodland and gardens – a luxurious rural retreat just perfect for sneaking away from it all with your four-legged friend. There is also a romantic wooded glade with two small spring-fed lakes, a gated lakeside gazebo and barbecue; the grounds at Dryhill are a wonderfully tranquil oasis offering much to explore and enjoy. From intimate barbecues and a game of croquet, to woodland strolls and swimming in the lake, there's really not much need to venture out of this idyllic, private hideaway. Wooden beams, flagstone floors, and exposed brick blend seamlessly with a mix of chic, rustic decor and plush, traditional furnishings. A stylish country haven!
Boasting a cosy kitchen and breakfast room with a full-sized AGA, Dryhill has all that you need for your self-catering holiday. Lakeside BBQs can be enjoyed on those balmy summer evenings, while the delightfully rustic cellar dining room offers the perfect setting for formal dinner parties.
The Cotswold Way which runs northeast along the Cotswold Edge escarpment of the Cotswold Hills from Bath to Chipping Campden, with the 102-mile trail passing numerous places of interest including Sudeley Castle, Cleeve Hill and Hailes Abbey. It is also five-miles from the regency town of Cheltenham. Cheltenham plays host to a number of exciting events throughout the year, including Cheltenham Gold Cup, the Cheltenham Open and a range of festivals from jazz and music, to science and literature.
An ideal romantic getaway for two plus your furry friend is Dryhill Cotswold Cottage – a ch...Explore and Book