Broadridge Mews is situated on the edge of the scarp slope of the Cotswolds in the middle of magnificent ancient beech woodland which provides beautiful colours throughout the year. It has superb views south over a small hidden valley. The apartment is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), with the village of Cranham and a number of historical sites nearby. There are numerous excellent walks, including to the pub in Cranham and to the Cotswold Way which leads to the famous Cheese Rolling hill. To the north, there are distant views to the Malvern Hills over the Severn valley. 

The house is only 6 miles from the classic Regency spa town of Cheltenham Spa, and 5 miles from the historic cathedral city of Gloucester, and is easily accessible from the M4 (J15) and the M5 (J11A). The pretty village of Cranham with its ancient Common and quaint pub lies nearby, and Painswick village, ‘the Queen of the Cotswolds’, is 3 miles to the south, with Stroud a further 3 miles on. Further afield, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, the Wye Valley, Bath and Bristol are all within one hour’s drive.

Getting to Broadridge Mews

By road: M5 junction 11a is less than 10 minutes away, or the A417 provides a straight 30-minute dual carriageway drive from the M4 junction 15.

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