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Bitty Cottage

Minchinhampton, Cotswolds

About

Bitty Cottage is a beautifully quaint and charming stone cottage situated in Minchinhampton, Cotswolds. With original features and courtyard area, Bitty Cottage has the perfect setup for sleeping 4 guests, with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom – all within walking distance from the vibrant village square.

If you’re looking for postcard-perfect scenery, you’re going to love Bitty Cottage, Cotswolds, set high within the Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common’s that are managed by the National Trust. Well placed for those looking to explore by foot, there are a selection of shops and eateries nearby, as well as simply stunning countryside.

Bitty Cottage, Cotswolds, is frequently considered the “perfect base to explore the Cotswolds,” by guests, with close proximity to an atmospheric local pub, as well as Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common’s famous golf course and grazing cattle just a short drive away.

Facilities

Roadside parking is available nearby, subject to availability, please note that parking is not permitted on the road that the property is situated on.

Further information

While Bitty Cottage, Cotswolds may deliver picturesque Cotswolds scenery on the outside, inside you’ll be greeted with a wonderful, contemporary finish.

Get ready to kick your boots off at the door as you step into its open-plan lounge/diner with exposed beams and original stone fireplace, fitted with a winter-ready wood burner. Then, simply sit back and relax on its (incredibly!) comfy sofa while catching up with the latest TV.

Bitty Cottage is quite simply a home away from home, with dining table and chairs, full kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge, dishwasher and even a washing machine.

When the sun is shining you can step out into the enclosed garden, with a table and chairs on the raised levels of the gardens for a little al fresco dining.

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