Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
The Malthouse, sleeps 4 - plus 2 on a fully sprung double sofa bed in the study area, stunningly converted and architecturally designed retaining many original features This grade 2 property has a vast open plan sitting, dining and fully equipped kitchen as well as a private entertainment suite with 42' plasma screen TV and cinema sound. Furnished throughout with splendid bespoke furniture and fittings including a gargantuan sleigh bed - it will surpass your wildest dreams.
There is a 20% discount on weekly rates for one couple only staying - book by emailing the owner directly .
The Malthouse as the name suggests was used from about 1850 for the malting of barley for the local breweries. Some evidence remains that a building already stood on the site that was extended, raised and converted to enable malt to be produced.
The building contains some striking architectural features that have been preserved giving the building immense character. Glass viewing panels have been incorporated to reveal some of the features, which could have been lost in a less sympathetic conversion, with the use of stunning pieces of quality furnishings we hope this property will surpass all of your expectations.
Accommodation provides: -
Private driveway with parking and turning area.
Private courtyard with sitting area and awning.
The Front Door leads into the Entrance Hall. The ground floor also provides: -
gargantuan sleigh bed, plush carpet and stunning pieces of burr oak furniture.
double or twin beds, dressing table, hair dryer, walk-in wardrobe and en suite with shower, wash hand basin, WC and shaver point.
the original Malthouse kiln room many striking features are retained. Large shower, double slipper bath, wash hand basin, WC and shaver point.
Stairs leading to: -
giving access to study/ third bedroom with fully sprung double sofa bed and oak chests.
Stairs rise further to access open plan lounge and dining on a solid ash floor, with kitchen and annex to entertainment suite.
Sofas and chairs to seat approx eight, with LCD TV and DVD recorder, wood burning stove, coffee and occasional tables. Views across to the River Severn and Gloucester/Sharpness Canal.
large oval oak table seating up to ten.
fully equipped with range cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave.
situated above the malt drying floor with glass viewing panels - Plasma 42 inch television with DVD/CD player and surround sound. Seating for four.
Washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board and iron are located on the ground floor adjacent to the bathroom.
The cottages are ideally situated for viewing the Severn Bore and touring the Cotswolds, Slimbridge, Westonbirt Arboretum and Gloucester also an excellent base for walking or cycling beside the Gloucester/Sharpness canal and this peaceful part of the Severn vale.
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