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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
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Bourton on the Water is known for its charming stone bridges and picturesque setting along the River Windrush, meaning a stay at this luxury apartment allows visitors to immerse themselves in the village's idyllic scenery. Perfect for small families with two dogs in tow, the apartment s riverside location provides opportunities for peaceful walks and leisurely boat rides, with a selection of independent shops, cafes, and tearooms also nearby. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, enjoy easy access to the region s most charming destinations, including villages like Stow on the Wold (4 miles), Chipping Campden (13 miles), Burford (9.5 miles), Daylesford (10 miles) and Broadway (12 miles). This recently renovated first floor apartment provides a fantastic retreat for four. Make your way up the stairs and into the property, which has been designed to create a tranquil holiday base. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner is an airy and vibrant living space, with bold colours and chic furniture. The kitchen is fully equipped for a self catered holiday, and the stylish dinner table beckons group feasts. After dinner, unwind on the sofas as the Smart TV plays your favourite films. When day turns to night, find two light and bright bedrooms, both offering king size beds and Smart TVs for lazy mornings under the duvet. Completing the interior and serving the bedrooms is a well appointed family bathroom with an inviting roll top bath. Outside, to the front of property, relax in the small seating space that invites al fresco morning coffees with your holiday read in hand.



  • Internet access
  • Pub nearby
  • Shop nearby
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Family friendly
  • Apartment
  • Cottage
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
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