A rural retreat in Wiltshire
This secluded cottage in the Vale of the White Horse, near Pewsey in Wiltshire is hidden away in the garden of a converted church. With a private garden backing onto a bluebell wood, it’s a charming bolthole for one or two people.
The single-storey cottage has one bedroom with either one superking or two single beds, a bathroom with bath and shower, a lovely kitchen and comfortable sitting room with views out onto the garden.
All Saints Cottage is the perfect base for exploring ancient sites, historic houses, market towns and for going for walks on the Ridgeway, along the canal or past the famous white horses. Or just simply relax in this wood-clad cottage and garden.
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.
A charming, secluded cottage
All Saints Cottage is a comfortable single-storey 77 m2 cottage 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 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.
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.
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.