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Old Stables

Property Address: Poole Keynes, , Cirencester, GL7 6EG

Property Type: Self Catering

Price Range: £355 - £495

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Owner: Jane Hiscock

Tel: +44 (0)1285 770271

Situated on the outskirts of Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds, welcome to the Old Stables holiday cottage. Located in the rural village of Poole Keynes, the Old Stables is an ideal retreat for anyone that enjoys the peace and atmosphere of the countryside, or offers a comfortable base to explore the Cotswolds and beyond!

The Old Stables is a tasteful barn conversion, built in Cotswold stone. The cottage is grade II listed, with ornimental tallet steps, exposed beams and pine wood doors, situated in the shadow of a grade II listed manor house. The charming two-storey building has a beautiful, fully equipped kitchen with dining area and a spacious sitting room.

On the first floor are two bright and comfortable double bedrooms and a modern bathroom. Patio doors from the sitting room open on to a large private garden with views over the open countryside. The Old Stables is tastefully furnished to a high standard with a great deal of thought and attention making sure your stay is a comfortable and relaxing one, ideal for holidaying couples that enjoy the peace and quite of the countryside.

•Fridge, freezer, microwave and electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, iron, ironing board.
•Tumble Dryer across the courtyard. Line drying facilities.
•Electric Shower
•Television and DVD player
•Broadband Internet access
•Children’s cot and high chair (by arrangement)
•Linen (including towels) provided
•Night storage heating
•Log effect electric fire in the Lounge
•Large Garden with furniture

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