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Set in Painswick, St Annes Bed and Breakfast is a sustainable accommodation, 11 km from Kingsholm Stadium and 34 km from Cotswold Water Park.
Lovely cottage with a very nice welcome with a pot of tea. Excellent breakfast, cosey rooms, love to return.
Nestled in a walled garden, Troy House offers B&B accommodation in a historical building located in Painswick.
Denise made sure that the stay was comfortable for our infant son which was our top priority for this trip to UK. She upgraded us to the Annex which was perfect for a family with an infant. All the requested food items for our son were provided with the breakfast. Our breakfast was AMAZING. We are a well travelled family and never had such omelette 👏🏼👏🏼 Denise went above and beyond as our host :)
Situated in Painswick and only 11 km from Kingsholm Stadium, The Cotswold Coach House in Painswick features accommodation with garden views, free WiFi and free private parking.
Short stay for three nights and three great places to eat in evenings plus different lunch venue all within easy walking distance. Very spacious, Wi-fi good as had to work. Great walks with trail maps provided. Plenty of parking space.
Located in Painswick, 11 km from Kingsholm Stadium and 34 km from Cotswold Water Park, The Old Library provides accommodation with free WiFi in a historic building.
Nice conversion very spacious . Helpful hosts- we asked for a teapot and it was delivered the same morning. Well equipped kitchen. Nice smart TV
Featuring mountain views, Valley Barn offers accommodation with a garden and a patio, around 14 km from Kingsholm Stadium. This property offers access to a terrace, free private parking and free WiFi....
Fantastic views. Very peaceful. Everything in the house was clean and tidy.
Complete with a garden, Mulberry, A Luxury Two Bed Cottage in Painswick is situated in Painswick, 34 km from Cotswold Water Park and 48 km from Bristol Parkway Station.
The cottage: Me and my partner stayed here for a long weekend and it was the most lovely stay! A gorgeous and charming cottage! Every room was tastefully renovated, and the cottage itself is beautifully located, cuddled in the outskirts of the village with only a 5 min walk to every restaurant etc. On that walk you pass by beautiful, rolling Cotswolds hills and nature - very quintessentially British! All the stuff you are used to at home, like hair dryer, ironing board, smart TV or equipment in the kitchen was there. Even nicely branded shampoo and shower gel! The hosts: Super friendly and informative hosts that made sure we had all the information we needed prior to our visit, and made sure to look up on a few extra questions we had. Just great! Highly recommend!
Painswick is a very picturesque village with enough facilities for a short stay. There are limited places to eat but all were worth a visit. It is a good base for ramblers but not suitable for young children. There are camping sites nearby though which would be more child friendly.
A very peaceful Cotswolds village, Falcon Inn was a great place to eat, went there twice. A good place to start a Cotswolds Way walk. I only stayed for a hiking weekend with friends but could have definitely stayed longer - lots of things to see and do within an easy each (one does need a car though).
We ate at the Edgemoor Inn at Edge. The food was a good price and excellent with a varied range of food choices. Another time I would love to see the 200 Yew trees in the church yard, and the famous Rococco gardens.
Enjoyed the peace and quiet of the location. We ate in the only three pubs/restaurants - St Michaels Bistro, The Falcon and The Oak and enjoyed the drinks and meals in all - all quite different. Village itself can be walked round very quickly - don't expect any shops to visit but lots of nice walks on offer.
A stunning village. We loved eating t St Michael’s Bistro where the food was delicious and the welcome by the owners amazing. Great value too. The Oak pub was buzzing on Friday night and the food excellent there too.
Revisiting Painswick after decades away brought back many happy memories. The town still retains its oldie-worldie charm and has some lovely shops, bars and restaurants. Off the main road the side-streets are narrow and twisty which adds to the character of the place. The surrounding countryside is a ramblers dream. The quiet country lanes are excellent for cycling so long as you are fit enough for the hilly terrain.