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Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England

Goldfinch in Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire, England
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Inglestone Common is an undiscovered rural haven. There is freedom to walk from the doorstep over unspoilt open grassland, 800 acres of wildlife Trust woodlands and our farmland. Dogs and horses are welcome.
Good star-gazing and nightingales in early summer. The cottages are well off a quiet lane, converted character single storey farm buildings around a south facing courtyard, with spacious open living/kitchen areas, shower rooms and an extra bathroom in the largest 3 bed cottage. Three good pubs, village shop and The Cotswold way are within a two mile radius.
Bath, Bristol, Tetbury and Gloucester (30 minutes) for theatre, concerts, museums, zoo etc. Enjoy visiting pretty Cotswold towns and villages, or complete isolation and tranquillity.
This property offers 1 double bedroom, shower room, large open plan living/kitchen/diner, shared garden, patio.

Nearby towns & villages..

Dursley Village in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire

Dursley (9 Pictures)

(7.4 miles, 11.9 km, direction N)

Dursley is an ancient place, set in lush greenery to the edge of the Cotswolds in the midst of the beautiful Vale of Berkley, close to the River Severn...

Castle Combe, Wiltshire

Castle Combe (182 Pictures)

(7.5 miles, 12.0 km, direction SE)

As recently as 2001 it was awarded the title of 'Most Picturesque Village' by British Heritage Magazine's 2001 Traveller's Choice Awards...


Tetbury (71 Pictures)

(9.3 miles, 15.0 km, direction NE)

A rather charming Cotswold town which has the good fortune to stand on the winding river Avon. Tetbury has a lovely old church which is thought to have been rebuilt around.....

Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire

Berkeley (29 Pictures)

(9.5 miles, 15.3 km, direction NW)

The town is mostly Georgian, with the most dominant feature being its centuries old castle, surrounded by buttressed walls which are 14 ft-thick in parts...


Nailsworth (84 Pictures)

(10.1 miles, 16.3 km, direction NE)

Nailsworth is a handsome town that has a history stretching back to beyond Roman times...

Malmesbury Abbey

Malmesbury (97 Pictures)

(10.5 miles, 16.9 km, direction E)

The town stakes its claim to be the oldest borough in England on the fact that it was granted a charter in the year 924 by King Edward..

Early evening playtime on the wettest street in Slimbridge, Gloucestershire

Slimbridge (20 Pictures)

(10.9 miles, 17.6 km, direction N)

A visit to Slimbridge in the county of Gloucestershire not only offers the opportunity to explore a wealth of wildlife habitation, but the chance to savour some of the loveliest scenery in the Shire...

Nearby attractions..

Newark Park

Newark Park (2 Pictures)

(4.8 miles, 7.8 km, direction N)

Former Tudor hunting lodge later converted to fashionable home...

Christmas at Westonbirt Arboretum

Westonbirt Arboretum (82 Pictures)

(6.1 miles, 9.9 km, direction NE)

A magnificent arboretum which is a joy to visit at any time of year. It is run by the Forestry Commission and has a dazzling.....

Dyrham Park. National Trust owned house in Between Bristol and Chippenham

Dyrham Park (8 Pictures)

(6.4 miles, 10.3 km, direction S)

This engaging house sits serenely in a beautiful wooded Gloucestershire valley, surrounded by an old deer park. It is built of.....

Berkeley Castle

Berkeley Castle (30 Pictures)

(9.1 miles, 14.7 km, direction NW)

This wonderful historic castle standing a short distance inland from the River Severn estuary has long been associated with the.....

Malmesbury Abbey

Malmesbury Abbey (10 Pictures)

(10.6 miles, 17.1 km, direction E)

Malmesbury Abbey is built on the site of a former Saxon monastery of AD700, by the 12th-century it was an important Benedictine.....

Abbey House Gardens

Abbey House Gardens (26 Pictures)

(10.7 miles, 17.2 km, direction E)

William Stumpe, the wealthy merchant responsible for giving Malmesbury Abbey back to the town following the Dissolution was also.....

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