Top 5 holiday homes near Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, UK
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting Gloucestershire, UK, Westonbirt, The National Arboretum has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.
Where to stay near Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, Gloucestershire, UK
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Click to book Horsing Around now: from £100 per night If there's anything more romantic than this adorable converted horse box with glorious views of the rolling Somerset countryside, we want to hear about it. Lovingly transformed into a cosy home with rustic yet stylish furnishings, quirky but compact Horsing Around brings together the joys of camping (fresh air, barbecue dinners, stargazing till late) with the comfort of a boutique hotel room (think plush bed and sofa, contemporary soft furnishings and vases of freshly cut flowers). But outside is really where the magic happens here. By day, pick fresh herbs from the garden - literally - at your front door to season your picnic sandwiches, best enjoyed down by the tree-dappled pond. And at night we can't think of anything better than reclining on the rattan sofa and admiring those idyllic views with a chilled glass of wine as the sun goes down. Bliss. Sleeps up to 3 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book The Sycamore now: from £200 per night Nestled into the grounds of Arlington House, in the very heart of the Cotswolds, The Sycamore is the perfect weekend getaway for a cosy couple. Just a few minutes' walk from Arlington Row and the village's local pub with its roaring fire, wonderful brews and hearty food, this is a great location for those who want to enjoy long country walks in a beautiful setting, then end the day with a wonderful meal and a pint or two. Back at the home, you'll be delighted by the mix of sumptuous fabrics, antique furnishings and modern amenities. But it's the gabled roof and double-height windows that create a space that is both cosy and majestic for a holiday you won't soon forget. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
The Pheasant's Feather
Click to book The Pheasant's Feather now: from £250 per night Walking along the large flagstones of Bath's Georgian streets, your eyes are drawn up to the facades of the townhouses terraces. This double-fronted home is an excellent example of the local vernacular and was in fact built by the founders of Bath, John Wood the Elder & James Leake in 1744. The restoration of the home has elevated its original features, whilst simultaneously injecting a contemporary colour palette, which gives it a homely appeal. The central location of this home means the city's boutique shops, historical sights and creative institutions are mostly in walking distance from your doorstep. Sleeps up to 10 | 5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Click to book Archers now: from £200 per night Located on the Sudeley Castle estate, just a short walk from the castle and its gardens, Archers is a late eighteenth century home with a wonderful Cotswold stone exterior. Positioned on the outskirts of historic Winchcombe, you'll benefit from incredible views of the village as well as having access to plenty of cafes, shops and restaurants – this is a great base from which to explore the incredible Cotswolds. Inside the cottage awaits a cosy wood-burning stove, perfect for cold nights in, especially after having spent the day walking through this idyllic scenery. The country-chic kitchen, dining table for eight and wonderful garden with expansive views are just the icing on the cake at this elegant home. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
The Cotswold Cedar
Click to book The Cotswold Cedar now: from £145 per night Living on the grounds of a 16th century country-house in the lush green Cotswolds (the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) already creates the ideal setting for nature lovers. Once you settle in with biscuits, fresh scones and fruits on arrival (among other goodies) and befriend the curious chickens, embark on a walk through the rolling Cotswold hills and valleys. While Netflix and cocoa are perfect for rainy days in, there is a whole world out there on sunnier days. The Cotswold Way is a trail that we’d definitely recommend, with plenty of historic pubs along the way, each serving their own collection of local ales. The home is located in Painswick, a village known as The Queen of the Cotswolds and characterised by beautiful narrow streets of honey coloured stone buildings dating back to the fifteenth century. Legend has it that the Devil won’t let a hundredth tree grow. There are all sorts of cafes and restaurants in and around the village, so make sure you ask the host, Hannah, for some recommendations. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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