Arc Painswick

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  • #Swimming
  • #Historic
  • #Manor House
  • #Dog
  • #Groups
  • #Deluxe
  • #Family

£5,775.00 up to £13,200.00 per week as of 29/11/2023

COTSWOLDS LUXURY GROUP STAY - ARC Painswick in Gloucestershire is a stunning, converted, three-storey 15th-century Cotswolds manor in Painswick. Sleeping up to 24 and with its own heated swimming pool it is ideal for larger parties looking to make special memories together. The gorgeous interiors hold heaps of character thanks to original features and ooze luxury in every nook and cranny. Sleeps 24 🛏️ dog friendly 🐾

The highlights ARC Painswick is based in the converted structure of Cardynham House, a stunningly well-preserved Cotswolds manor. The property’s doughnut-shaped plan is arranged around an internal courtyard, with varied opportunities for mingling and socialising across the different living spaces. Sleeping up to 24, the property boasts multiple generous ensuite bedrooms with flexible sleeping arrangements. ARC Painswick’s courtyard area offers a beautiful view of the surrounding Painswick Hills. The property also has its very own outdoor heated swimming pool. For guests keen on cooking alfresco, ARC Painswick is home to an outdoor pizza oven and braai.

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