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The Stables at The Lammas

Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire (CO335)
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The Stables at The Lammas holiday home details

Minchinhampton is a picturesque limestone Cotswold village nestled on the Cotswold escarpment. Surrounding the village is Minchinhampton Common, a large expanse of open ground with superb views of the Stroud valley. In the summer months, cows roam freely on the common and occasionally wander into the village streets.

The Stables is one half of a refurbished Cotswold stone working building, and has been refurbished to reflect its working heritage, along with contemporary fittings and furnishings. The entrance to The Stables is via a covered, cobblestoned cart shed, where there’s also a large dining table and chairs for guests at both The Stables and The Coach House to use - perfect for an al fresco meal.

Inside the property is a well-equipped kitchen and dining room, complete with all mod cons like a Nespresso machine, and a dining table with chairs for six. The sitting room has a large, wall-mounted Smart TV, and you’ll find some charming touches throughout, including a restored hay manger and a window seat. There’s under floor heating in every room on the ground floor. Upstairs, the property has two bedrooms, both with en-suites. The stables theme continues, with one of the bedrooms having reclaimed saddle holders as clothes rails, as well as a wire locker wardrobe. One of the en-suites features a large walk in shower, while the other has a roll top bath.

During your stay, you’ll have access to part of the large and fully enclosed garden, and you’ll be able to book the hard surface tennis court too should you wish.

The Stables at The Lammas can also be booked with pet-friendly The Coach House at The Lammas to sleep eight guests in total.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • One bedroom with king size bed and en-suite.
  • One bedroom with super king size bed and en-suite shower room.
  • Cobbled patio with furniture.
  • Access to part of the main house's garden (see Notes).
  • WiFi.
  • Parking for two cars.
  • Children over 8 and baby in arms welcome.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • Monday and Friday arrivals (please enquire if you wish to arrive on a different day).
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Electric cooker and oven.
  • Microwave.
  • Nespresso coffee machine.
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer (in communal laundry).
  • Smart TV.
  • High chair and cot available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Tennis court available to book.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Just a stone's throw away is The Crown Inn. The historic 18th century pub has been completely transformed with a luxury refurbishment in 2019, creating the perfect Cotswold country pub with excellent food, craft ales and fine wines.
  • At the meeting point of five valleys, Stroud is a bustling market town that seems surrounded by hills. There are plenty of independent shops and cafés lining the steep streets of the town, and the warehouses and architecture evoke the town’s industrial heritage.
  • Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common are a paradise for walkers, with lots of paths and trails leading to villages nestled in the Stroud valleys. As you’re at the top of the Cotswold escarpment, there are superb views to be had. There are also a couple of golf courses on the common – so don’t forget your clubs!
  • If you’re a horse lover, there’s plenty to entertain you nearby. Cheltenham Racecourse is just a short drive away, and there are events throughout the year. The most famous is the Cheltenham Gold Cup, which occurs every March. Badminton and Gatcombe Horse Trials are also both easily accessible from Stables.
  • The Regency Spa town of Cheltenham is known as the capital of the Cotswolds, and there are a number of designer shops and bistros here, especially in the Montpellier side of town. Throughout the summer the town plays host to a number of festivals, for everything from literature to science and jazz.
  • Westonbirt Arboretum is twenty minutes or so from The Stables. There are long avenues of tree-lined walkways to stroll along, and some of the trees are rare specimens. The Arboretum is very popular during the early autumn as the leaves start to turn.
  • If strolling across Minchinhampton Common leaves you wanting to stretch your legs a little more, the Cotswold Way passes near The Stables too. This 102-mile long trail takes you to some of the most beautiful landscapes and towns of the Cotswolds.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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