Your home from home
All Saints Cottage is a single-story holiday cottage in Wiltshire, a perfect bolthole for one or two people.
It was designed and built by an architect who lived in The Old Church, which used to be the parish church of All Saints, built in 1859 to designs by the architect N.E. Clacey, but converted into a home in the 1970’s.
The cottage offers lots of light and space, with an outlook onto the garden and woods
Manningford Bohune Common is a hamlet next to the villages of Bottlesford and Woodborough. The Whitehall Garden Centre is half a mile away and hosts several businesses including two cafes, a farm shop and an antiques shop.
Just over the railway bridge from there, you’ll find a small country lane. At the end of this lane, you’ll turn into the driveway of The Old Church, where the owners live, and you continue down to the end of the drive to your own ample parking area in front of the cottage.
At the back of the cottage is your own private garden, backing onto the woods. For about three weeks in April and May, part of the garden and the woods are blanketed with bluebells.
In the garden you’ll find a dining table and chairs, deck chairs; a bbq is available on request. There is also secure storage for bikes if you need it.
The glazed front door leads into a hall area with a built-in cupboard housing the washing machine, hoover etc
Continuing around the corner, you enter the large L-shaped open plan living area which is double-height and has exposed beams giving it lots of character and space.
The first part of the L-shaped room comprises a fitted kitchen, which has an electric oven and ceramic hob. There is a microwave, kettle, toaster, Nespresso machine and Aeroccino milk frother and fridge with icebox. In the cupboards and drawers you’ll find a complete set of crockery, glasses, cutlery and utensils.
From the kitchen you enter the dining area and spacious sitting room with two sets of French doors opening onto the garden.
There is a dining table with four chairs, and a deep sofa in front of the flat-screen TV. It has Freeview TV and you can watch Netflix on it. There is also a Blu-ray DVD player, and the cottage has its own WiFi. There are DVDs, books and games available.
A door in the sitting room leads to a corridor off which is the modern bathroom, with a generous shower and bath, sink and loo, and a hairdryer provided.
Another door from the corridor leads to the double bedroom, whose windows look out onto the front of the cottage. You can choose either a Superking size bed or twin beds. All bedding, towels and table linen are provided.
We are very happy to advise on where to go and what to do in Wiltshire. There are books, maps and leaflets available in the cottage.
If you would like a supermarket delivery to arrive before you do, please let us know and we’ll arrange a time when we can accept the delivery on your behalf.
Due to a large pond in front of the Old Church, the cottage is not suitable for small children.
Sorry, but pets are not allowed. Smoking is not permitted in the cottage.