is an ancient market town, located on a hilltop 4 miles (6.4 km) south-south-east
of Stroud, Gloucestershire, England,
in the Cotswolds. There are two churches in Minchinhampton – Holy Trinity
(Anglican) and Minchinhampton Baptist Church. The spire of the parish church
of the Holy Trinity was pulled down for safety reasons in 1863 and now the stub
has been completed with a "coronet" structure.
Townsend was raised at St. Chloe Green.
modern sales and rentral ads (re St. Chloe Green) . . .
Century renovated Cotswold stone cottage is on St Chloe Green adjoining National
Trust Rodborough Common and Amberley village Situated between Minchinhampton
, Woodchester and Nailsworth off the A46. It sleeps 6, and has every facility
for a relaxed break in the country . It has a lovely walled cottage garden
with a Conservatory at the rear and an orchard spinney on the front. It has
a beautiful outlook over the Woodchester Hills and Rodborough Common, is quiet
and well set away from main road traffic. It has space for parking 2/3 Cars
Local amenities include a Post Office - General store, 2 Pub restaurants within
walking distance., and is but a mile or so from the extensive facilities of
Stroud, and Nailsworth This Three double Bedroom Cottage will sleep 6 persons
and has an en suite Shower-room WC and a general bath,/shower/WC room.
Little End offers 1 double bedroom, 2 twin rooms, 2 bathrooms, large lounge
and dining area with oak beams and original country features, large kitchen
with duel fuel double oven. Cottage Facilities - bed linen and duvets, towels,
stereo, television, video, parking (3), wood burning fire, gas central heating,
dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, cottage walled garden,
orchard garden, patio, conservatory, electricity coin meter, payphone, 5+
children welcome, sorry no pets, non smokers only, friday changeover (arrival
Little End is in the hamlet of St. Chloe facing the green to the NW of Amberley
village itself. If you are approaching from Stroud take the A 46 to Bath.
At the village of Woodchester the road forks left up Culver Hill signposted
Minchinhampton, and Amberley, and immediately after crossing the cattle grid,
turn left signposted St Chloe and proceed up the hill.
When the sign reads St Chloe-Littleworth take this fork and then left again
to a road signed unsuitable for heavy vehicles the cottage is the last one,
approx 100 yards on the right. Coming from Bath on the A46 towards Stroud
turn right at Woodchester and proceed up Culver Hill as above.
If approaching from the M4. Take the A 419 after junction 15, Along the A
419, bypass Cirencester to STROUD, when reaching an airfield on your left
in about 4 miles, turn left signed MOD Aston Down-Minchinhampton, proceed
on over Rodborough Common and straight on for about 3 miles until The Bear
at Rodborough country Pub, Turn sharp left and left again behind the Pub,
Drive along the back road area and when reaching St Chloe Green turn right
into the lane marked unsuitable for heavy vehicles and
End is an18th Century renovated Cotswold stone cottage located on St Chloe Green
adjoining the National Trust’s Rodborough Common and Amberley village
between Minchinhampton, Woodchester and Nailsworth.