A rural retreat in Wiltshire

This secluded holiday cottage in Wiltshire is hidden away in the garden of a converted church in the Vale of Pewsey.
All Saints Cottage has one double bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen and sitting room, parking and a private garden backing onto woods.
Whilst in a secluded location, the cottage is only a 15-minute walk to a country pub, cafes serving food and a small farm shop in a garden centre.

The view of the cottage from the bluebell woods, near Pewsey in Wiltshire

A charming, secluded cottage

All Saints Cottage is a comfortable single-storey secluded holiday cottage in Wiltshire with double height ceilings and French doors opening onto its own private garden, adjoining a bluebell wood.

The cottage offers you a double bedroom with either one Superking bed or two single beds.

The modern bathroom has both a bath and shower.


The sitting room area with double doors leading out to the private garden near Pewsey in Wiltshire

The fully equipped kitchen has a dishwasher, washing-machine and Nespresso machine.

The sitting room has a flat-screen TV, a dining-area and views through the double doors to the cottage’s garden.

There is free WiFi and private parking.

It is an ideal base for walking, for exploring Wiltshire or for simply relaxing

There is so much to discover in the local area

There are fantastic walks in the Vale of the White Horse and Savernake Forest, and along the Kennet and Avon Canal. For cyclists there is the Sustrans National Cycle Route 4 on the doorstep.

Historic houses to visit include Wilton House, Heale House, Longleat, Avebury Manor and the National Trust village of Lacock.

We can advise on the diverse variety of local pubs, restaurants and cafes.

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Avebury, Silbury Hill and Stonehenge give you a glimpse of Wiltshire’s prehistoric past.

Nearby towns and cities worth visiting include Marlborough, Devizes, Hungerford, Salisbury, Newbury, and Bath and slightly further afield are Winchester and Oxford.

Reviews from previous guests

Karen P
Karen P
2020-10-22
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A blissful escape from the rat race! This was my fourth stay at All Saints' Cottage. It definitely won't be my last! The cottage is a real home from home, in a beautiful tranquil setting. Everything you need is there, plus a few extras. The cottage is spacious, well appointed, cosy, clean and welcoming. The garden, in Summer and Autumn, is an absolute delight. After a day exploring the beautiful countryside, make yourself a large pot of tea (or pour a glass of wine), and enjoy the peace and birdsong with your bare feet on the grass. This is truly a place to unwind and recharge, if you have had a stressful time this is the perfect place to restore your sanity. There is so much to see and do in the surrounding area, including Avebury stone circle, The Kennet and Avon Canal, Marlborough and many others within a short drive. Delights further afield include Bath, Stourhead and Westonbirt Arboretum. All are highly recommended. Hosts Fenella and Duncan, along with Tayberry the lovely labrador, will give you a warm welcome. This has to be my favourite holiday accommodation ever, and I suggest you book a stay soon!
jim w
jim w
2020-10-10
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excellent we went to national trust properties 5 all within 1 1.30 hrs away the accomaddation first class comfy bed comfy sofa well equipped kitchen and bathroom spotlees
Kim B
Kim B
2020-09-09
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All Saints Cottage, Pewsey Cannot speak highly enough of this property or the lady who greeted us. She was warm welcoming, explained everything including the covid rules. She was most welcoming as was the property. As soon as you open the front door you can smell how clean and fresh it is, in fact, it was spotless. Everything you need is provided but with added extras like fresh flowers, wine, cake and milk which was a lovely touch. The bed is literally a dream to sleep in and so comfortable and fresh. We could not go out due to a week of storms but it just did not matter, it was a joy to spend the week just relaxing at the property and watching the rain fall through the trees in the garden. You feel as though you are in the middle of the woods due to it backing onto the woods, all you hear is the trees rustling and birds singing, the peace is wonderful. Really appreciated the two sun loungers that most properties don't bother with. So relaxing if you get sunny weather, we tucked them just inside the french doors that open up into the large garden, and watched the rain. It was our favourite spot! Parking is easy right by the property and on the flat should you have mobility issues. I cannot recommend this property highly enough, book it - you will have a wonderful stay.
Ben D
Ben D
2019-08-20
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Perfect stay in a perfect cottage The cottage is well designed and beautifully decorated. Everything you need for the perfect holiday is there. The kitchen, the bathroom, the kingsize bed, the living room and the private garden are perfect. The host is most kind and helpful. We even got strawberry’s off their own garden. The cottage lies in a quit piece of garden next to the owners house which is an old church. The owner has a lot of good tips to explore the region such as the Salisbury Cathedral, The roman Baths in Bath and, better then Stonehenge, the Avebury stone circle. We had a wonderful week!
Cees
Cees
2019-08-08
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uitstekend prachtig huis met alle gemakken voorzien. Zeer grote tuin waar het heerlijk vertoeven is na een daagje weg. Zeer vriendelijke eigenaars die altijd voor je klaarstaan. een echte aanrader.
edith d
edith d
2019-06-25
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A beautiful cottage in beautiful surroundings! We have recently returned from a holiday at All Saints Cottage in Pewsey, Wiltshire. We were met by Fenella, who along with her husband and daughters, owned the property. Fenella greeted us warmly and showed us around the cottage; she was extremely friendly and also very kind, which was demonstrated by the 'extras' she had placed in the cottage for our use. The cottage was outstanding; it was decorated, furnished and cleaned to a very high standard. There was everything you could wish for in the cottage in the way of washer, dish washer, coffee maker, to name but a few. The surroundings were quiet and peaceful and it was lovely to return to the cottage after a full day out. We visited many places, our favourite being Lacock Abbey and Village ... well worth a visit. Thank you Fenella for making our holiday complete. It was a pleasure to meet you and to stay in your beautiful cottage!
ashleighjelley
ashleighjelley
2019-06-25
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Perfect The cottage was a perfect getaway It had everything you’d need for a quiet break The coffee,cake and wine were a lovely gesture Very clean Garden was a joy to sit in A pub 20 minutes walk away Plenty to see and do in the area Mrs F was a perfect host Would definitely stay again
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Quest18856843593
2019-06-24
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All Saints cottage The cottage was very comfortable and spacious from the king size bed to the modern bathroom, very well equipped with everything you could need. The property so peaceful and quiet just what we needed for a complete break. Mrs weir was very welcoming and the bottle of wine and cake was very much appreciated. Hope to return in the near future.
Julie H
Julie H
2019-05-13
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Peaceful and secluded property. The location of this property is so peaceful and secluded. Our host was very welcoming and left us cake and wine which was very much appreciated. The property was spotlessly clean with everything you could need to make your stay comfortable. The area was lovely to explore. Walks along the Avon and Kennet canal. Visits to Marlborough, Savernake Forest, Avebury Manor and Stones, crofton Pumping station snd Wilton Windmill among others were all worth visiting. Lovely holiday all round.
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Excursion40160140477
2019-04-24
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Cosy but airy cottage in tranquil setting with a lovely feel. Really well laid out and equipped with super-comfy bed/s (such a rarity in holiday lets) and some lovely welcoming touches by friendly and accommodating owners. Garden blends into coppiced woodland, teaming with birds, which we enjoyed at every opportunity despite being early in the season, it was so restful. Just sorry to have missed the bluebells by a few weeks. Sadly our visit was short as we were helping relatives nearby, and didn't allow for much exploration, but know from past visits its a lovely area with great walking, wildlife, waterways and pretty villages with some great dining pubs. Marlborough also not far with everything you'd need. Really hope All Saints is free when we are back in the area to enjoy more of; it will be our go-to, its just spot-on for a relaxing and restorative break.