In the town centre the Market Hall stands on twelve stone arches. It has a statue of Queen Anne on the first storey, overlooking the main street. Long Street, with its 18th century houses, is the closest the town gets to the characteristic attractiveness of the Cotswolds.
Situated in a quiet friendly cul-de-sac, a five minute walk from the historic town of Dursley. It is also a stone's throw away from Stinchcombe Golf Course, and the Cotswold Way. Whether you are an adventurous walker, cyclist, golfer, or just passing through; this is the perfect countryside retreat for you.
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