Owlpen Manor is a mile east of Uley, off the B4066. At the small village green by the Old Crown pub in Uley (just opposite the Church), you will see OWLPEN signposted to the right, one mile.
Uley is a charming Cotswold Edge village set in spectacular countryside between Tetbury, Stroud (both 6 miles) and Dursley (3 miles west), signposted from the A 4135.
Central London is about 2 hours away; Heathrow Airport a little closer.
The M5 Junctions 13 (north) and 14 (south) are a few minutes west of Owlpen: head for the B4066.
The M4 is 12 miles south. Exit at Junction 18 and follow the A46 north in the direction of Stroud as far as the crossroads with the A4135. Then go west towards Dursley, turning second right after the Hunters' Hall pub in Kingscote down to village of Uley on B4066. Turn right into the village and at the green by the Old Crown pub follow signs to Owlpen.
The satnav system [postcode GL11 5BZ] may lead you down the steep lane (1 in 4) which passes by the side of the house, and up the hill again. There is a difficult right turn uphill to take you onto the estate.
Once you have arrived on the estate, the map below will show you where the Cyder Barn and holiday cottages are situated in relation to the manor house. All of them are within a ten minute walk, but they're also secluded self-catering holiday cottages, all their own space without others too nearby.