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Local pub within easy walking distance
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The Orangery

Stroud (8mls NW), Cotswolds

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Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Change Fri
pets No Dogs
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Family friendly
Quirky
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Stunning and unique 18th century Grade I-listed orangery set within its owner private grounds with extensive gardens and Dutch canal
  • Sitting just off the village green in the gardens surrounding Frampton Court with views across the park, lake and woodland beyond
  • Within easy reach of The Forest of Dean, Badminton and Cheltenham, it is an excellent spot to explore the Cotswolds and surrounding countryside
Property code: 37454

This stunning listed property promises a truly unique and unforgettable stay.

Based in the quintessential village of Frampton-on-Severn, this superb holiday home is Grade I listed and oozing with grandeur. Elegantly perched on what is arguably the largest village green in England, the property offers sleeping space for up to eight guests across four bedrooms. Boasting enchanting interiors, beautiful surroundings, and a proud heritage, it is the ideal setting for large groups seeking a unique base to celebrate special occasions. You’ll find it hard to tear yourself away from the hand-painted decor and vivacious atmosphere, but the village offers a tempting distraction with its two pubs, cafe, and pretty shops.

Beneath the impressive ‘strawberry hill’-style gothic architecture is a fabulous interior made up of exquisitely decorated and immaculately furnished rooms, each one with unique flair. Sink into the comfortable sofas of the living room with a glass of something fizzy and delicious in hand, marvelling at the views across the grounds and indulging yourself with a fireside snooze. Meals are a glamorous affair in the dining room thanks to the added appeal of period furniture and an ornate fireplace. Due to the structure of the building, many of the rooms are octagonal in shape, including the grand hallway with its cantilevered stone spiral staircase at its centre. This leads upstairs to two bedrooms, each one gracefully dressed in the finest linen. Downstairs, two sunny bedrooms, one reached via the other, will prove just as irresistible after a long soak in the indulgent free-standing bath in the family bathroom. The manicured lawn is an idyllic spot for a leisurely picnic, or sizzle up something special on the BBQ for delicious suppers alfresco. There’s ample parking, and the centre of the village is easily reached within 0.5 miles.

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  • 4 bedrooms – 2 doubles and 2 twins
  • 2 bathrooms with WCs and 1 shower room and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Open fire with logs included
  • Two small steps on ground floor
  • Gardens with furniture, BBQ, firepit and Dutch ornamental canal
  • Ample parking available
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Regret no pets
  • Pubs and village shop within walking distance

Surrounded by the luscious green fens and rolling hills characteristic of this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll be able to spend your days wandering the wonderfully poetic landscape, pausing for refreshments in a sleepy rural hamlet or thriving market town. The towns and villages in the Cotswolds are renowned for their honeyed-stone buildings and cobbled streets, none more so than the idyllic town of Tetbury 15 miles away, famous for its Royal significance, antique shops, and thriving marketplace. Stroud 8 miles away is a cultural hub for the contemporary arts, and is also a shopper’s paradise of eclectic shops and delightful boutiques. Nature lovers will relish the opportunity to explore Westonbirt Arboretum 15.5 miles away, and Slimbridge Wetland Centre is also within 6.5 miles.

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Gemma Cole

This property is personally managed by Gemma.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 13 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Yim 10th September 2021

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An amazing place to stay in Cotswold, easy access to the beautiful villages around the area. You have everything you need in the kitchen to cook or bake. Beds are very comfortable. Would definitely return.

Reviewed by Linda 11th June 2021

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A stunning building and location for a weekend getaway. The faded grandeur added to its charm and the fresh flowers in every room were a beautiful touch. We also appreciated the homemade victoria sponge on arrival. This was such a special place to stay we would like to return soon, we really made ourselves feel at home. Look for the white booklet tRead morehat tells you about the village and the local walks - you can see the Severn estuary from the canal path. Hide

Reviewed by Sheralee 10th May 2021

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Reviewed by Kirsty 26th April 2021

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Delightful house to spend time of any sort, very well equipped and lovely grounds. Great location to explore the wider area.

Reviewed by Gaye 23rd October 2020

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The Orangery is very quirky and a lovely place to stay. Inside it has everything you need from lovely white linen bed sheets and towels to everything item you would ever need in the kitchen. It has a couple of small steps downstairs in the hallway. The surrounding area is stunning with lots of National Trust places to see further afield.

Reviewed by Annette 16th October 2020

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Reviewed by Justine 14th August 2020

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Ideal location, beautiful house with everything we needed gardens where exceptionally beautiful.

Reviewed by Gill 3rd August 2020

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Reviewed by P 27th July 2020

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Simply stunning.

Reviewed by Bridget 17th January 2020

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This is a really outstanding 'cottage', an 18th century 'garden house' with a more modern extension to turn it into a dwelling. The rooms were amazing, and all the furnishings were top quality (and also a well-equipped kitchen). We all enjoyed the open fire very much. I couldn't recommend this more highly.

Reviewed by Kristina 28th December 2019

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Reviewed by Marshall 23rd December 2019

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Beautiful old building, very atmospheric for Christmas, large rooms, super central heating and open log fire, comfortable beds, kitchen had loads of pots and pans , plates cutlery and cooking aids. Would not hesitate to recommend.

Reviewed by Joanna 18th October 2019

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Unique place to stay which despite its grandeur is homely and relaxing.

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