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Hyde Tyning Cottage


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Hyde Tyning Cottage is an elegant and luxurious, 3-bedroom (sleeps 6), 2.5-bathroom country property built in the late 1920’s by the Cadbury family as their chauffeur’s accommodation. The cottage’s contemporary, bespoke oak and glass conservatory forms a stunning open plan, living-dining room, while beside it is a uniquely furnished snug, both with a woodburner fireplace. Outside, the cottage has a wrap-around terrace with BBQ, dining area and fabulous views out to the garden and countryside. The cottage is just 10 minutes’ walk to the village of Minchinhampton, with a pub, tea shop, general store, independent boutiques, and beauty salons. Ideally located for walking, visits to Gatcombe, Highgrove, Stroud Farmers Market, and the wider Cotswolds.
Full Description
On arrival, guests are greeted with the front of the property where there is a pretty lawn and rose garden, a covered porch, and a handy side porch and door into a spacious utility room, ideal for removing boots, hats, and coats after a day out in the Cotswold countryside. To the side of the cottage is a double garage for guests’ private parking and ideal for storing bicycles too.

A gravel path leads around the back of this secluded property, (passing a woodshed on the way), to a beautiful terrace and patio, with a dining area, sun loungers, BBQ, and large lawn with borders full of flowering shrubs and annuals. A gate at the end of the garden leads directly to the woodland beyond and paths down to the beautiful Chalford Valley and the Thames and Severn Canal.

The handsome exterior of the cottage conceals a stunning interior with its 4-star facilities, beautiful décor, two living rooms, dining area, a fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room, and three very well-appointed double bedrooms, plus one en-suite, one family shower room, and a downstairs cloakroom.

Ground Floor

Guests can enter the cottage via the front door, but most people use the convenient side door into the Utility Room with its stone floor, ideal for coming in after a country walk. Here you’ll find a coat and hat rack, a Belfast sink (with a great view over the garden and woodland beyond), a washing machine and dryer, a microwave oven, an ice-making machine, a drinks fridge, plenty of kitchen cabinets containing outdoor crockery, plastic glasses, wine coolers, and vases.

Kitchen-Breakfast Room:
The dual aspect, fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast dining area is a lovely light and bright room with every convenience needed for a self-catering stay. The Kitchen overlooks the front garden and has a beautiful polished limestone floor. It is equipped with wrap-around, immaculate, white kitchen units and a marble preparation surface, a double oven and 5-ring burner hob, a double sink, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, Nespresso coffee machine, and small smart TV, Otoni kettle, and 4-slice toaster, as well as bakeware and all the utensils, china, and glassware needed for six guests.
At the far end of the Kitchen, beside the door into the dining-living area, is a handy breakfast table, comfortably seating four.

Dining Area-Living Room:
The centerpiece of the property is the recent addition of the dining-living area – a stunning bespoke conservatory with exposed oak beams, a brick fireplace with wood burner, a lantern ceiling, beautiful polished stone flooring, and fabulous views through the windows and French doors across the garden to the nearby woodland.

The Dining Area:
Furnished with a large rectangular oak table, comfortably seating six guests, the dining area also has a beautiful ornate mirror, a bookcase (with books and games), an oak sideboard with napkins, glasses, and serving and nibbles bowls.

The Living Area:
This fabulous living area is furnished with a U-shaped, 5-seater recliner sofa and recliner armchair, which face towards a magnificent tree trunk coffee table, a handsome brick fireplace with a wood burner, and a large smart TV with Blu-ray DVD player. French doors lead from the living area out to the patio and terrace. A clever lighting system allows guests to choose the lighting to complement the setting and scene, plus there are plenty of sidelights and lamps for ease of reading.
To ensure guests are comfortable at all times, even on the hottest days, the dining-living area has air conditioning, the cooling effect of which extends through the whole of the downstairs if needed. There are also plenty of windows that can be opened, plus French doors to the patio, and a lantern ceiling window that can be opened.

The Snug:
Part of the original 1920s house, the Snug, overlooking the front garden, has the original wood floor and is sumptuously furnished with a harlequin leather sofa and armchair, reading lamps and an inset feature wood burner with a beautiful mirror above. The warm cerise walls and beautiful rug create an inviting, cosy space to retreat to for a quiet read or to watch a film on the large smart TV with Blu-ray player.
Head through the door out of the Snug into the front hallway with cloakroom and stairs up to the bedrooms and a Nest heating control panel beside the cloakroom door.

The downstairs cloakroom harks back to the Edwardian era when Hyde Tyning was built, with beautiful tiles and blue-grey walls, plus a WC, hand basin, and heated towel rail.
Carpeted stairs with a banister lead from the hallway and front door up to the three double bedrooms (one en-suite) and the family shower room. All bedrooms feature a thick pile carpet, and each has two robes, slippers and bottled water:

Bedroom One:
The beautifully decorated and furnished master en-suite bedroom features a king-size double bed with bedside tables and reading lights, an antique chest of drawers that converts to a pretty desk and a small smart TV. The heated, built-in double wardrobe features padded clothes hangers, a safe, and a hairdryer/straighteners. This dual aspect room has views over the front garden and the surrounding countryside.

The en-suite has a full-size, claw-foot bath with an over-bath shower with both overhead and hand-held showerheads and a handy little door to turn off the bath taps without reaching right around the shower door! Also featuring an anti-steam mirror, WC, vanity unit, and heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two:
This handsomely decorated double room overlooks the garden and woodland to the rear and is furnished with a standard double bed, smart TV, long ornate mirror, and a bedside table with a reading lamp. A freestanding wardrobe houses padded clothes hangers, a fluffy throw, and a hairdryer/straighteners.

Bedroom Three:
With its delightful primrose-yellow walls, the smallest bedroom overlooks the front garden and features two single beds, a small smart TV, a large ornate mirror, a free-standing wardrobe with padded clothes hangers, and a fluffy throw.

Family Shower Room:
Featuring a walk-in shower, with an overhead and hand-held shower head, beautifully polished limestone tiling, a large washbasin with an anti-steam mirror, a WC, and a heated towel rail.


To the front of the cottage is a pretty lawn and rose garden, with a double garage for guests’ use to the side (for two cars and/or bicycles). A gravel path leads around the back, passing a woodshed on the way, to an immaculate and spacious terrace and patio, with a dining area, sun loungers, and a gas BBQ (fuel provided). Step down from the terrace to a large lawn with borders full of flowering shrubs and annuals. A gate at the end of the garden leads directly to the woodland beyond and paths down to the beautiful Chalford Valley and the Thames and Severn Canal.

Full List of Facilities


  • Bedroom One - King-size
  • Bedroom Two - Double
  • Bedroom Three - Twin
  • 2 Bathrooms - 1 family shower room; 1 enesuite bathroom; 1 downstairs W.C
  • Hair dryer - 2
  • Fire - Logs and kindling supplied in adjacent wood store
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Wine fridge
  • Coffee machine - Nespresso
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • WiFi *Please note that speeds are for guidance only and are not guaranteed
  • TV - Smart
  • DVD Player


  • Garden
  • Outdoor dining area
  • BBQ - Gas provided
  • Parking - Off-road parking for 3 cars: 2 in garage 1 on drive
On your Doorstep
Supermarkets and Shopping:

Michinhampton has a range of food stores including M&B Stores – a well-stocked convenience store selling basic requirements, Woefuldane Organic Dairy – a local dairy selling products all made with organic milk from their herd of Dairy Shorthorn cows, Taylors & Sons the Butchers, Boots the pharmacy, The Post Office, Beauty salons: Brookes Hair & Beauty and The Salon,and a great Fish & Chip shop called The Chip Shed.

Eating Out:
  • The Crown (0.6 miles)
  • The Ragged Cot (1 mile)
  • The Old Lodge (1.8 miles)
Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons: this extensive open common land, managed by the National Trust, (the second largest in the Cotswolds) lies all around Minchinhampton and is minutes from the cottage.

Places to Visit:
  • Barton End Equestrian Centre (3.5 miles)
  • Calcot Spa (5.5 miles)
  • Minchinhampton Golf Club (6 miles)
  • Train - Stroud Station (3 miles)
  • Taxis - Nailsworth Taxi Company, Omega
There is so much to discover in the Cotswolds, why not have a look at some of our favourite Bolthole Retreats Experiences
Points of Note
  • Book with us to get exclusive discounts to top attractions and experiences. 
  • Parking: There is garage parking for 2 cars and driveway parking for 1 car
  • Hyde Tyning Cottage’s bedrooms are beautifully furnished and proportioned, but please note none of them has room for a travel cot, so the property is not suitable for under-2- year-old children that sleep in a cot
  • The property has outdoor security cameras – operated by the owner to ensure your complete security
  • The neighbour’s very friendly dogs will occasionally come through the fencing to visit. 


A great property full of character and charm. We would love to stay again

| 07/04/2023

Our stay at Hyde Tyning Cottage was a memorable one. My children and I enjoyed the peace and quiet and the beautiful view of the woods from the conservatory. The owners of the property and property managers were great. The cottage is very lovely and well-maintained. All equipment in the cottage is of the highest standard and thought was put into the littlest details. Having a car on standby will be a plus, as getting taxis in the area might prove a bit difficult.

| 11/03/2023

A fine place to stay in the Cotswolds. Beautiful location and the house is luxuriously fitted. Only points to note are the fact that bedroom 3 really is for kids not adults ( this is actually clear enough in the details) and that you may need to buy extra paper products ( toilet roll and paper towels) during your stay.

| 14/10/2022

I cannot recommend this place enough. It is a five minute walk into the village. Just a stunning village and you simply must patronize the pub and the coffee shop. The place was impeccably clean.

| 30/05/2022

We had a lovely week in the Cotswolds. The house was perfect for our needs and had everything we could think of. Location ideal and a beautiful back garden for us to enjoy in the evenings.

| 28/09/2021


The ancient and picturesque market town of Minchinhampton – just 10 minutes’ walk from Hyde Tyning Cottage - is within easy reach of Nailsworth (2 miles), Stroud (4.5 miles), Tetbury (6 miles) and Cirencester (10 miles). From the world-famous Gatcombe Festival of British Eventing to the award-winning Stroud Farmers’ Market, the cottage is perfectly placed for access to the most popular Cotswold events, activities and walking from the doorstep.