The Cotswold Cottage

This lovely grade II listed cottage is one of the Cotswolds' hidden treasures. Nestled in the heart of Dursley, a historic market town on the western edge of the Cotswolds, the cottage is full of character and history.

Our place is within easy walking distance (5 mins) of several pubs, local independent shops, a supermarket, and a swimming pool. Cosy and comfortably furnished, it features a wood-burning stove and a stream outside the window!

Self check-in, free WiFi, parking. Local train service to Gloucester, Bristol, Bath and beyond.

Accomodation Details

Accomodation Details
  • Guests

    5 Guests

  • Bedrooms

    3 Bedrooms

  • Beds

    3 Beds

  • Bath

    1 Bath




Complementary WiFi
Indoor fireplace
Hot water

Family Features

Children's books and games


Free parking on premises


Fully equipped kitchen
Coffee maker

Guest access


Bed & Bath

Hair dryer
Bed linens
Shower gel

Safety Features

Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Dursley is a historic market town on the edge of the Cotswolds, at the foot of the Cotswold scarp. It is surrounded by small wooded valleys and pastureland, and lies within easy reach of Bristol, Bath, and Gloucester.

Almost next door to the cottage, the parish church of St James the Great lies at the heart of the town. Opposite the church is the 18th century market house where a farmers' market is held monthly. Dursley is a thriving place, with a great selection of cafes and even an award winning pub (The Old Spot) to choose from.

There is a supermarket in the town centre - a 5 min walk from the cottage - for any last minute supplies you may need. Other shops close by include newsagents, the post office, a bakery and a butcher - as well as a florist, camera shop, bike repairs, gift shops and much more. 

Available extras

Available extras

For a small additional charge there is a rollaway bed available.

Getting there and around

Getting there and around

Situated in the west of the Cotswolds, Dursley is signposted from the M5 motorway, junction 14. Driving times to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol are approx 40 mins via the M5. Bath is just 50 mins by car along the A46. Local attractions such as the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge, or Woodchester Mansion near Stroud, are only 15 mins away.

From Dursley and Cam railway station there are local train services to Gloucester, Bristol, Bath and beyond. There is a bus to the train station from Dursley bus station (5 min walk from house) or alternatively the station has a free car park.

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