"A gorgeous brick and flint cottage built in 1840 and modernised whilst retaining charm and character throughout creating a genuinely homely and relaxed holiday home.\nOverlooking a pretty village green and opposite a classic village inn Manor Cottage is a quintessentially English country cottage.\nWith 2 generous bedrooms a king size and a comfy twin the cottage is ideal for couples or a family looking for a rural retreat whilst not feeling completely cut off being just 10 miles from the historic market town of Marlborough with the River Kennet meandering through this pretty town home to the second widest high street in the UK.\nAn unusual feature of this cottage is that it offers 2 sitting rooms so families will also have enough space to enjoy this lovely cottage.\nThe pretty walled garden offers the perfect space to relax and unwind after a day’s sightseeing or for a spot of al fresco dining when the weather is kind.\nWith so much to explore on the doorstep you may never venture far however the stunning cities of Bath with its Thermae Spa and Winchester a medieval city with stunning cathedral are all within an hour’s drive and well worth a day’s excursion. Closer to home is the town of Hungerford worth a visit just for its famous antique shops"
Manor Cottage: sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. There are 2 parking spaces on a driveway.
Sitting room: with a wood burning stove.
Snug: with TV and DVD player.
Kitchen: traditional cottage style kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher (tumble dryer in outbuilding adjacent to kitchen).
Dining Room: with dining places for 4.
Master Bedroom: (sleeps 2), in a king size bed.
Bedroom Two: (sleeps 2), in twin beds.
Bathroom: with bath, separate corner shower, basin and WC.
Private walled garden with outside seating and dining for 4 and coal BBQ.
What you need to know
One small well-behaved dog welcome
Shop and pub less than 2 mins walk
Note: Pets are not allowed on furniture or upstairs
This property is unsuitable for children under 8, but babies in arms are welcome.