Nibley House in North Nibley, in the south of Gloucestershire, is one of the few Georgian great houses that is still a private family home, and is surrounded on all sides by gardens, farmland and glorious Cotswold views.
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.