Located in a secluded valley close to the classic Cotswold town of Stow-on-the-Wold, Old Brewery House is a terrific Cotswold retreat with a real difference. Old Brewery House is located within the grounds of the Donnington brewery (hence the name!) which in 1827 was bought as a working mill by Thomas Arkell, his descendant Richard Arkell founded the Brewery here in 1865. Inside much of the original charm and character has been retained and many of the rooms enjoy stunning views across the private lake and gardens. The open-plan kitchen/dining room is well equipped and there are 2 living rooms, so plenty of space! The 4 en-suite bedrooms can be configured into doubles or twins depending on your requirements which makes this property flexible for all parties. Oh, and the beer produced is of course available to purchase from Andy, the onsite manager!
A practical kitchen/diner with double Everhot range cooker, plus dining table and chairs
The main living room enjoys views over the private lake and gardens. The sofas form a U shape around the log burner and the plasma TV
There is a separate snug with another plasma TV
The lower ground floor boot room with washing machine and dryer, is a perfect dumping ground for muddy boots after that invigorating Cotswold walk
The Lake Room (1) - master with super king zip/link bed with wardrobe, drawers and en-suite bathroom (with fixed shower above)
The Green Room (2) - super king zip/link bed with wardrobe, drawers and en-suite bathroom (with fixed shower above)
The Garden Room (3) - super king zip/link bed with wardrobe, drawers and en-suite shower room
The Attic Room (4) - super king zip/link bed with hanging space, drawers and en-suite bathroom (bath only) Single bed also available on request
All rooms enjoy great views.
Wonderful gardens with BBQ terrace and seating which overlook the mill stream
There are many walks all around the area and plenty of Cotswold attractions to explore
Off street parking available for 2/3 cars
Please note that the adjoining buildings are part of a working brewery and the drive way down into Old Brewery House shares access to these buildings
For larger groups, Old Brewery house can be booked with Waterhead Barn
with a maximum occupancy of 21