Take a break for two in a Gloucestershire country cottage5 rental properties match your search for One bedroom holiday cottage that sleeps two in Gloucestershire
Book a break with a friend in a pleasant little cottage somewhere peaceful in the English countryside. You can do just that in Gloucestershire, where there are many one bedroom cottages that sleep two people just waiting to welcome you both. Your accommodation will feature one comfortable bedroom in a twin or double, a swish bathroom -perhaps with a bathtub if you desire one - and a fully-equipped kitchen with whatever appliances you need to make the meals you love to cook taste truly scrumptious or a microwave to heat up takeaways! If you also require extras such as a hairdryer or an iron and ironing board, there are properties available that feature these as well, so your stay can be extra special.
Lovely one bedroom cottages in a gorgeous part of England
The county of Gloucestershire is sandwiched between Wales and Oxfordshire in England, and is a rural escape for those looking for a getaway where you can stay in or visit some of the most spectacular areas of the country. Parts of the beautiful Cotswold Hills are located within Gloucestershire, as is the whole of the enchanting Forest of Dean. If you love spending time outdoors then a stay here will be perfect with a friend, as you can spend your days going on walks along the River Severn and stopping off in a country pub for a hearty lunch in the afternoons. For towns, there are many that are worth visiting such as the spa town of Cheltenham or the charming Stroud.
A fabulous country cottage to call home for a while
Renting a self-catered one bedroom cottage for two in Gloucestershire might be ideal for your next holiday with someone with similar interests. Whether you choose one in the centre of a thriving market town with everything you need at your doorstep, or a quiet cottage down a country lane away from the hustle and bustle of it all, there is something for you in this wonderful county. Discover cottages made of pale gold Cotswold stone, rustic lodges and thatched houses. Always check the bed situation - you don't want to necessarily share a bed with a friend and in properties with ziplink beds, do let the owner know that you prefer two singles at the time of booking.
Dogs welcome holiday homes
You will find that a good number of the holiday homes shown welcome guests with a dog, so if you are after a relaxed break with plenty of walks, discovery tours, afternoon tea in charming old-fashioned tea shops and plenty of beauty to look at, then do book a holiday cottage in Gloucestershire.