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Lower Brook House
Lower Street
Blockley
Gloucestershire

GL56 9DS | View map

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In the heart of the idyllic Cotswold village of Blockley, this traditional 17th century house offers 5-star guest accommodation in 6 individually decorated rooms, each with their own unique charm. The traditional Cotswold stone fašade only hints at the warmth of the welcome that awaits you at Lower Brook House. Inside, the house still retains many beautiful original features, including a real log fire, original flagstone floors and traditional 4-poster beds. There are just 6 rooms, guaranteeing guests attentive, individual service and an exclusive and unique experience in a spectacular setting. The rooms offer beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and of this picture-perfect village, with its wisteria-covered stone cottages, a babbling brook and the peace and quiet of a bygone era.

The brook and the picturesque dovecote in the country cottage gardens complete this oasis of peace and tranquillity, perfect for a quiet, relaxing getaway or a romantic break.

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