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Self-Catering in Tetbury

The Great Tythe Barn, Tetbury, Gloucestershire

The Great Tythe Barn
Tetbury
Gloucestershire

GL8 8XA | View map
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Tucked away on the outskirts of the historic town of Tetbury, Folly Farm has 11 Cotswold stone cottages that have been converted from time-mellowed workshops, cowbyres and wool stores. They have many interesting features including beamed ceilings, wood-burning stoves and modern kitchens. The cottages are warm and cosy making them ideal for short or long term breaks at any time of the year.

The spacious lawns and interesting walled gardens provide a wonderful setting to relax after a day exploring the delights of The Cotswolds and surrounding areas.

12 B&B rooms also available. It is only partially suitable for disabled and guests should call for further information. The accommodation is available all year around, weekend and mid week 365 days a year.

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Nearest Train Station: Kemble
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Ratings/Awards: 3-4 Star
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 11
Unit Type: Cottages
Nearest Major Town: Cirencester
Distance: 10 miles
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Suitable for Disabled - Partially
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Gas Cooking
Central Heating
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
Weekend/Night Bookings Taken - weekend and midweek
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