Holly Cottage, a charming, characterful cottage, overlooks the charming and historic town of Bradford-on-Avon in Wiltshire.
In a perfect position for discovering all that this wondrous region has to offer, bring your other half along and get away from everyday life for a while in this delightfully tranquil location.
Enter this quaint stone cottage into a beautiful sitting room, decorated with a lovely window seat and a snug sofa, a great place to end the day in style with a glass of wine and a favourite film.
A charm-filled kitchen/diner also sits on the ground floor, attractive cream units hold high-quality appliances whilst at the side of the room rests a rustic wooden breakfast bar, set for two so you can enjoy that romantic meal together.
Stairs will bring you to the first floor, here you will discover a magnificent bathroom featuring luxurious fittings including a fabulous vanity unit.
After a day of exhausting adventure, retire to an immaculate king-size bedroom, an original wooden beam brings a cosy feel whilst the window looks out towards the nearby town.
Take the short stroll towards Bradford-on-Avon, an old town graced with quaint architecture and an assortment of fine pubs, restaurants and cafés to make the most of.
Or why not cycle, or walk along the canal tow path from Bradford-on-Avon to Bath?
Every taste is catered for in the surrounding area, outdoor enthusiasts can venture into the glorious Cotswolds, whilst keen shoppers can take the short trip to Bath with its dominating architecture and first-class facilities.
Holly Cottage promises the perfect stay for that much-needed romantic getaway.
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.