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Kilmorie Smallholding

Enjoy England Four Stars

Accommodation Details

Kilmorie is a Grade II listed chartist smallholding (small farm), modernised and extended now provides cosy, but deceptively spacious all ground floor accommodation.

Built by Fergus O'Connor, founder of the chartist land company, Kilmorie has an interesting history and is in a conservation area.

Quality all ground floor accommodation. All bedrooms having, tea/coffee trays, digital colour TVs, clock radios, H&C, most have full en-suite or private facilities.

There's a guest lounge with digital colour TV, DVD and video, separate dining room looking out onto our large garden where there's seats to sit and relax. Plenty of well off road (secure) parking.

Ideal for the elderly or less able, been all ground floor there are not stairs only 2 steps into dining room and one bedroom.

Children (or adults!) may enjoy meeting (or helping with) our sheep and free range hens who provide excellent eggs for breakfast!! Our animals are organically fed and roam freely. You are welcome to take a stroll around our gardens and paddocks and spot the varied wildlife and birds we encourage to visit. Or take a walk on countryside waymarked footpaths and Bridlepaths that start at Kilmorie. We have stables/grazing, your pony can stay too.

Ideally situated for many places of interest:- beautiful scenery of: The Cotswolds, The Malvern Hills, Royal Forest of Dean, Wye Valley.

There are four castles, falconary centre, farm parks, many museums and four rivers.

Newent 6 miles, Tewkesbury (with River Avon and River Severn) 7 miles, olde worlde town of Ledbury 8 miles. Cheltenham and Great Malvern both 14 miles. City of Gloucester 7 miles, Hereford and Worcester both 22 miles.

So, so much within an easy drive from here!

Easy to find, we are 4 miles from Junction 2 of the M50.

Accept ChildrenGarden PatioGround Floor BedroomParking On-SiteServes Breakfast

Accommodation Location

Kilmorie Smallholding, Gloucester Road, Snigs End, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3RQ




Things to see and do in Gloucestershire :

Cattle Country Adventure Park

A great day out come rain or shine for children, and adults too

Cheltenham Festival

The Cheltenham Festival is the most prestigious meeting in the National Hunt racing calendar in the United Kingdom

Cotswold Motoring Museum

Located in the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswold Motoring Museum is a fascinating journey through the 20th Century

The Cotswolds

Explore quintessentially English villages of honey-coloured stone and take in splendid, lively market towns

The Eight Bells

The Eight Bells was originally built in the 14th century to house the stonemasons that built St. James’ church

The International Centre for Birds of Prey

The Conservation of Birds of Prey and their habitats through public education, captive breeding, treatment and rehabilitation