Cornerstone Cottage



Four bedroom Cotswold cottage at Lower Mill Estate,
award winning private nature reserve with Spa.

About Cornerstone Cottage

Quiet and secluded location away from the Estate’s internal roads, yet within a few minutes’ walk of the Activity Hub and Pilates centre, the lakes, nature trails and the Spa.

Cosy and open plan living/dining area with wood burner. Fully equipped kitchen.

Four bedrooms, with beds for up to eight people, plus a travel cot. 

Air conditioning is available in the whole house. Energy-efficient heat pump system provides room heating in winter. 

Ultrafast internet WiFi, smart TV , DVD and a CD sound system.

Large enclosed south-facing sundeck overlooking the beautiful Mill Village water garden, with Weber charcoal BBQ.

In colder weather, enjoy the log fire with a selection of books and board games.


Cotswold Wood fire Log burner

Lower Mill Estate & Spa

A private 500 acre nature reserve of lakes, meadows, picnic spots, bountiful wildlife & miles of walking/cycle paths all exclusive to those staying at LME.

A short walk to:

  • Three heated (29C) pools, one indoor & two outdoor, open year round.
  • Refreshing reed-filtered eco pool.
  • Saunas & steam room.
  • Gym | Technogym, free weights & more.
  • Three tennis courts and three table tennis tables.
  • Two playgrounds
  • Fishing
  • Astro turf Multi-use games area (MUGA).
  • BMX track, bird hides and children’s nature trail.

Also available onsite a short walk away (for additional charge):

  • Spa treatments, therapies and Yoga sessions.
  • Indoor soft play.
  • Water sports including SUP paddle boarding SUP, kayaking & katakanu.
  • Bike hire, family and children’s activities.

Onsite Ballihoo Pub restaurant (5 min walk):

  • Breakfast, drinks, cake, lunch & dinner.
  • Pizza Shack next door – take aways straight from the wood fired oven.

The Cotswolds

The UK’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is well worth exploring, and only a short drive, walk or cycle away.

  • Towns & villages including Cirencester.
  • Living history – thousands of years to discover.
  • Shops & craft to enjoy. 
  • Beautiful countryside to see and explore.
  • Outstanding and historic gardens.
  • Activities to experience, events & festivals to attend.
  • Food & drink from pop-up kiosks to gastropubs to fine dining.


Bibury Cotswolds AONB History

Location & Directions

Approximate Travel times:

London  90 mins

Heathrow Airport 90 mins

Birmingham Airport 90 mins

Bristol Airport 60 mins