Brewery Cottage has been recently renovated and provides all modern convenience and central heating and wifi yet retains its period charm..
Entering from the street you will find the cozy sitting room with open fire [ available from 30th sept -24th march ] There is also an electric stove
Here you will find a TV, video and CD player. There is ample seating.
The kitchen leads off this room and here you will find full halogen hob cooker and oven dishwasher microwave and all modern conveniences.
A door form here leads into the charming courtyard garden with table and chairs. Here you will also find ample storage for bikes as the cottage has a side entrance into the back garden, ideal by for wet dogs which are always welcome
There is a free off road private car parking space very close by.
The bedroom had a double bed and a small single
More suitable for a child
Whatever you enjoy, whether it's walking, visiting ancient monuments and museums or shopping, you should find something to do free here to help your budget.
You could for example spend a morning wandering round the village, of Lacock visiting the quaint bakery and several other shops and there are several pubs and tea shops if you get hungry. If you want to explore the countryside round the village you can take several fairly short easy walk details found in the National trust information office in Lacock .
The Kennet and Avon Canal runs right across Wiltshire from Bath to Devizes, and is within easy walking distance of Brewery Cottage . A walk along the towpath is an enjoyable way to spend a day and it won't cost you anything unless you get tempted by the tea shops along the way!
The towpath is also an excellent cycle path and it provides 56 miles of flat cycling through lovely countryside, perfect for an gentle day out. Bicycles can be hired in various locations along the canal or close by in the town .
Brewery Cottage was used by the brewery workers who worked in a brewery which used to stand opposite the cottage.
In the late 18th century Figgins and Gent Brewery was in Bridewell Street. By 1819 the Bridewell Street brewery had come into the hands of James and Joseph Dredge, represented in 1844 by Joseph Dredge and Co. The only brewery left in Devizes today is the famous Wadworth's who make an equally famous beer 6X which is still delivered around the town by dray horse. They have a visitor's center and tours of the Victorian brewery are well worth taking.