|Minimum Stay||3 - 21 nights|
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This wonderful &lsquo;chocolate-box&rsquo; thatched cottage is filled with traditional features creating a warm and welcoming environment.. This wonderful &lsquo;chocolate-box&rsquo; thatched cottage dates from 1660 and is set quietly in CPRE&rsquo;s Best Kept Village in Wiltshire 2008 (small village category), a short stroll from a 13th-century church of St Laurence. Adjoining the owners&rsquo; property, it is traditionally decorated and styled with beams and traditional features which create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. A few miles away is Bowood House with 2000-acre gardens and children&rsquo;s playground. NT places nearby include Avebury Stone Circle and Avebury Manor (subject of The Manor Reborn), and Lacock (used in the Harry Potter films and award-winning TV series Cranford). Not far from the stunning Marlborough Downs. Bath, Salisbury, Longleat, the beautiful Cotswolds and village of Castle Combe (used as a location for the film War Horse) are less than an hour&rsquo;s drive. There are excellent regular bus services nearby. Shop 3 miles, pub (with wi-fi) 300 yards.. Living/dining room. Modern kitchen. Bathroom, over-bath shower, toilet. Narrow steep stairs to first floor: Double and twin bedrooms with low sloping ceiling, low doorway. Beamed throughout. . Electricity, electricity rads, bed linen and towels included Travel cotFreeview TV/DVD/CDVideo (small library)DAB radioMicrowaveWashing machineFreezerWi-fiSmall garden with furniturePrivate parking 25 yardsCycle storeWelcome packNo smoking
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