Five Valleys Holiday Cottages

Honeyhill, Bismore, Eastcombe, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 7DG

A wide choice of self catering cottages and apartments in the Five Valleys and in Tetbury, sleeping from two to five people. You can also phone us on (01452 770346 evenings/weekends).
Ten miles west of Cirencester, Stroud is at the centre of the Five Valleys and at the edge of the Cotswolds. Here, the steeply wooded valleys wind their way back into the limestone of the Cotswold escarpment, providing unexpected views and woodland walks. The familiar Cotswold landscape of stone walls, rolling farmland and villages of golden stone gives way to the exhilarating high commons of Minchinhampton, Rodborough and Selsley, with views across the Severn to the Forest of Dean and the Welsh mountains beyond, while the valleys hide lakes and beechwoods. Not surprising that this is known as the undiscovered Cotswolds. Just six miles south of Stroud, Tetbury is a medieval market town with many ancient buildings. Best known for being near the home of the Prince of Wales, the town is brimming with antique shops as well as the Highgrove Shop which was the brainchild of the Prince himself.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • WiFi


Things To Do Nearby


Town: Stonehouse
Open: 5th Apr - 27th Oct 11am - 5pm
5.42 miles away

Woodchester Mansion, Stonehouse is unique; an unfinished house in the Victorian Gothic Revival style. Hidden in a beautiful, secluded Cotswold valley and built of hone...

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Town: Tetbury
Open: 10am - 3pm Mon - Fri
7.06 miles away

In line with Government guidance on COVID-19 and the recommendation to avoid gatherings and crowded places, Tetbury Police Museum and Courtroom has made the difficult ...

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Town: North Cerney
Open: See Below
8.00 miles away

Cerney House Gardens, North Cerney is a romantic English garden for all seasons. There is a beautiful secluded Victorian walled garden which features herbaceous border...

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Town: Bourton-on-the-Water
Open: All Year

The Cotswolds were designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1966, with an expansion on 21 December 1990 to 1,990 square kilometres. In 1991, all A...

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