Chestnuts is a very unusual building. It has been many things in the past, but started life as a large and quite grand Georgian house. When you visit , go to the front of the building and stand back and look. You will see the original house hiding behind the shop fronts. Come in and you will see the older parts of the building with its sloping door frames and 18 inch thick stone walls. These walls give you the quiet and privacy from the many visitors who throng to Bourton on the Water in the summer months. Come in and you will find that although you really are right in the centre of the village, once you enter Chestnuts you are entering a little haven of peace and tranquillity.
Chestnut Bed and Breakfast is a 300-year-old, grade II listed building in the centre of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water. It has a sitting room with free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is served in the large, south-facing breakfast room. Guests can choose from a full English or vegetarian breakfast, along with cereal and toast. At Chestnut, the bedrooms all have an en suite shower room. They also have a TV, mini fridge and tea/coffee making facilities. There are many walks around the village with wildlife to observe. Gloucester is a 40-minute drive from the B&B and there is free parking at the property.
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