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Little End

Amberley, Gloucestershire, England

Little End in Amberley, Gloucestershire, England
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About Little End

18th Century renovated Cotswold stone cottage is on St Chloe Green adjoining National Trust Rodborough Common and Amberley village.
Situated between Minchinhampton , Woodchester and Nailsworth off the A46. It sleeps 6, and has every facility for a relaxed break in the country . It has a lovely walled cottage garden with a conservatory at the rear and an orchard spinney on the front. It has a beautiful outlook over the Woodchester Hills and Rodborough Common, is quiet and well set away from main road traffic. It has space for parking 2/3 Cars.
Local amenities include a small Post Office store, 2 Pub restaurants within walking distance, and is but a mile or so from the extensive facilities of Stroud, and Nailsworth. which includes branches all the large supermarkets and in STROUD the national award winning Stroud Farmer's Market
This three double bedroom cottage will sleep 6 persons it comprises
on the Ground Floor : Lounge area with HiFi, Book shelves, Wood burning stove, Dining area and Large Kitchen; First floor leading to One twin bedded room with full wardrobes and drawers, One double bedded room with en suite shower, wc and basin . Top floor Large TV area and Lounge with writing desk which offers free WIFI access for laptop computors, Apple I phone recharge and twin bedded double room with additional TV and ample wardrobe spaceI
The cottage has a BT pay telephone. Mobile phone reception is 02 good throughout the property . The TV is satelite powered through Sky TV

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