A beautiful, newly refurbished first floor apartment in a traditional building, walking distance from Bradord on Avon with excellent access to the enticing city of Bath.
Designed with couples and individual travellers in mind, Flat No3 Avon Villa offers a lovely little holiday come summer or winter, treating guests to a quality living area, with soft furnishings and a clean, fresh, one-bedroom accommodation.
Entrance is by a communal hallway with stairs, which takes you up to the retreat, where you will be greeted by a calming ambience and neutral decor.
The modern shower room is layered in attention to detail with effective tiling, well-appointed for the double bedroom which is wrapped in soothing colours.
With coordinated bedside tables/lamps, curtains to compliment the cushions, and ample storage, this haven has been thoughtfully created.
Morning or evening, the open-plan set-up is where you will want to be, whether relaxing at the fold-out dining table admiring the views from the lovely bay window, or cosying up on the elegant sofa, you will be reminded of the beautiful location around you.
Enjoy a home-cooked meal prepared in the contemporary kitchen uplifted by teal units, then settle down to enjoy the books, games and DVD's available for a relaxing end to the evening.
After the sun sets, there is a great range of high-end restaurants, as well as more informal dining available, to suit your mood.
From the striking architecture of the Georgian terraces to the celebrated Roman Baths or wonderful abbey, you are spoilt for choice during the day, alternatively, you may wish to drive to the nearby 13th century village of Lacock, with canal walks, pubs, restaurants and shops all within walking distance.
Flat No3 Avon Villa is a lovely cottage in a picturesque part of Wiltshire.
About the location
Trowbridge 3.3 miles; Bath 7.7 miles; Chippenham 12.6 miles.
Bradford-on-Avon is a picturesque, historic former mill town. Sitting beside the River Avon and Kennett and Avon Canal, it is the ideal springboard for boat trips. There are numerous beautiful walks, including strolls through the historic town centre. The surrounding countryside has myriad possibilities for longer walks, and cycling. In the evenings there is a great range of high-end restaurants, as well as more informal dining. The stunning city of Bath, with so much on offer for all tastes, is easily accessible by train or car. From the striking architecture of the Georgian terraces to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful abbey, and with ample opportunities to eat out or indulge in a bit of retail therapy, you are spoilt for choice. Alternatively, you might drive to nearby 13th century village of Lacock, or to Castle Combe, and enjoy discovering the numerous “gastro” pubs in the region.