The Old Stables is a lovingly created and spacious relaxing hideaway nestled in a tiny hamlet in the parish of Castle Combe. In the midst of rural countryside which provides a rich tapestry of colours in all seasons, the Old Stables is a delightful place to relax and unwind and enjoy the pleasures of the local landscape in what can only be described as beautiful and rural “Olde England”.
In its enviable position, The Old Stables is within a stone’s throw of wooded valleys, leafy lanes, babbling brooks & beautiful bridle paths, inspiring you to get into the great outdoors and enjoy walks, bike rides or hacking out through this most beautiful of Cotswold countryside. This can be rewarded by a visit to one of one of several nearby and delightful country inns offering local ales, wonderful wines and home cooked food.
If you plan to venture further afield from Castle Combe, and the immediate villages of Badminton and Grittleton, attractions are in abundance and Castle Combe is a great central location to explore all that that the Cotswolds, Bath, and Wiltshire have to offer.
The Old Stables were lovingly converted into a cosy yet spacious retreat in early 2011. Built from natural Cotswold stone, it features a magnificent and original gabled roof providing an attractive feature to the lounge and bedrooms. The original stable doors remain to the outside while full length sliding windows allow maximum light and access from outside the property to the lounge and master bedroom. The lounge area has the added luxury of a log burner to enhance its ambience and cosiness.
To the outside Cotswold hurdling enables you to enjoy a private courtyard and enclosed patio complete with charcoal barbecue. With ample parking and close to the local country inn, The Old Stables is the ideal and relaxing hideaway.
With ample parking and close to the local country inn, The Old Stables is the ideal and relaxing hideaway.