"Longview is a contemporary extension on the side of a converted 17th century Longbarn. The wheelchair accessible property enjoys 20 metres of double glazed windows that provide a luscious panorama across the croquet lawn and surrounding flower and shrub beds with 400+ apple trees in the orchard below and open fields for miles beyond it is everyone’s favourite aspect. The accommodation has its own access road and disabled access parking with separate entrance so you can come and go as you wish. There is also a wheelchair-friendly wet room. The property is equipped with a sustainable air source heat pump underfloor heating system that provides a comfortable ambience. \n\nOutside there is a large gravel patio including garden table and chairs for up to 10+ guests. The propane BBQ is great for summer al fresco dining and there is a fire pit for relaxing on chilly evenings. You have use of the lawn area that is great for a game of croquet. The shrub and flower border progresses from early daffodils to lilacs in June and lavender in the summer and autumn. Beyond the dry stone wall and gate you can take a stroll through the lower apple orchard and have a picnic by the stream in the valley. If you wish you can also help feed the resident chickens and ducks and enjoy their eggs in the top orchard on the other side of the Longbarn. If you visit in May – June you will be delighted by apple blossom. From mid August to late October you can enjoy picking and eating sweet juicy apples direct from the tree. \n\nLower Stanton St. Quintin and its sister village Stanton St. Quintin have had human settlement since the Neolithic period and Bronze Age and you can look at some mediaeval earthworks that survive in the parish. It is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. Glebe Farm next door to the property is the oldest house in the area built in 1582. Lower Stanton St. Quintin is a small village located less than 2 miles north of M4 J17. The property is conveniently located 5 miles from Chippenham where high speed trains from London and Bristol arrive half-hourly. Malmesbury gateway to the Cotswolds is 5 miles to the north – dating back to 500 BC with an Iron Age Fort and seventh-century abbey. St. Aldhelm founded the monastery and Athelstan the first king of all England and grandson of Alfred the Great is buried there. Shop ½ mile pub and restaurant 2 miles."
Longview: sleeps 2+2 in 1 bedroom and 2 bathrooms. 1 double. Private parking with disabled access and patio garden.
Lobby with double sofa bed. Spacious beamed living room with wood-burning stove, cathedral ceiling, panoramic windows and doors to terrace. Sitting room with floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows to terrace and garden. Spacious kitchen with extensive dining area and panoramic views of the garden and grounds. Double bedroom with TV and en-suite bathroom with over-bath shower and toilet. Wet room and toilet with disabled access, shower seat and grab rails.
Wood-burning stove - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally. Electricity, full underfloor air source heat pump central heating, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and highchair. Two freesat TVs (one 65" Smart TV). Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Fridge/freezer. Wi-fi. Walled patio garden with furniture, croquet lawn, outdoor games and orchard. Gas BBQ. Fire pit. Ample parking with disabled access. Welcome pack. No smoking. Wheelchair access. Please note: Raised fountain in the garden. Unfenced stream in the lower orchard, open duck pond in the fenced upper orchard, and unfenced pond in the private Longbarn garden.
What you need to know
In light of Covid-19, accommodation providers may have temporarily removed some non-essential, high touch items (some examples may include decorative cushions, towels, games and hair dryers) from their accommodation,Due to government restrictions some facilities/activities (where applicable) may not be open during your stay. Please check latest government updates for up to date advice.