Nibley House is a Grade II listed manor house lying directly on the Cotswold Way (so perfect for walkers) in the quiet village of North Nibley, Gloucestershire: a high position with stunning views across to nearby Stinchcombe Hill, and sky-filling sunsets over Wales.
Surrounding the manor house are 2.5 acres of flower-filled gardens and 200 acres of hilly farmland and woods, liberally scattered with cows, sheep and horses (with many lambs and foals during the year).
Today, it is a working farm, children’s nursery and venue for weddings, celebrations and conferences; as well as bed-and-breakfast accommodation and camping site. All this is owned and run by the Eley family, who have been here for over 60 years and who are exemplars of diversification.
North Nibley is an easy drive for the Badminton Horse Trials, the Cheltenham Festival, Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust and Westonbirt Arboretum; a short distance to the shopping centres of Stroud, Thornbury and Cribbs Causeway; and perfectly sited for day trips to the cathedral cities of Bristol, Bath, Cirencester and Gloucester. Wales, too, is just 25 miles away, over the Severn Bridge.