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WHITMINSTER HOUSE - for friendly, comfortable SELF-CATERING COTTAGES on the Cotswolds Edge just over 2 miles from M5 junction 13.
The 'balloon' marks Whitminster House (beside the Church). Tel: 01452 740204 for more details

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Our nearest Main line Train Station is STONEHOUSE - approx 4 miles / 10 mins drive Starting from Paddington - Stonehouse Station, is the station immediately after STROUD & before GLOUCESTER (has a short platform so move up to the front of the train before arriving at Stonehouse Station)

Directions from LONDON - come out on the M4 - turn off at Junction 15 - follow the A417/419 to the M5 - just before Gloucester join the M5 (Junction 11A) BRISTOL / SOUTH WEST -
turn off the M5 at Junction 13 and head for the A38 roundabout, turn right up the hill to Whitminster & left immediately after the Garden Centre.
Whitminster House is a good mile & half from the Village - our driveway looks as if it goes to the Church but once you have crossed over the cattle grid on to the gravel drive keep straight ahead - do not turn right to the Church - and you will shortly see the House - drive right up to our front door - there are two friendly stone lions on either side - and knock loudly with the Iron Door Knocker.

for all routes: see directions from Junction 13/M5

If you have any difficulty finding us please ring for help - 01452 740204

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The nearest Pub/Restaurant is walking distance, under a mile, at Frampton-on-Severn The Bell Inn. We provide a torch in each property.

Alternatively: There are three good `Take-Aways` just a mile and a half drive on the A38 at Whitminster. - English / Chinese / Indian*, the Indian will deliver FREE* to your cottage for orders of over £25.
There are three separate Restaurants: English/Chinese/Indian at the Whitminster Inn on the A38 or try the Fromebridge Mill just off the A38/Motorway junction. The Old Forge in Whitminster also serves food. And for something special try the Old Passage Inn at Arlingham on the banks of the River Severn