A charming single-storey, timber-clad and beamed barn conversion, set within the grounds of the owner’s cottage, in the picturesque village of Urchfont in Wiltshire.
Set just five miles from Devizes, this pretty, well-equipped cottage offers guests a delightful village holiday base, which would suit either a couple or a small family party.
All ground floor, inside this pretty cottage there is a beamed kitchen with dining area, equipped with everything you might need for preparing tasty treats, as well as a cosy sitting room where, on cooler days, you can snuggle up on the comfy sofa and enjoy a good film.
There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a single and a pull-out stacker bed, and a family bathroom.
From the sitting room, French doors open out onto a private patio, a lovely place to unwind after your interesting day out.
Take a short stroll down to the enchanting village pond, where ducks clamour to be fed!
Buy some groceries in the friendly community store or enjoy refreshments at the popular village pub, which serves real ales and locally-sourced meals.
Nearby, you can explore one of the well-marked byways which weave their way across the unspoilt countryside.
Alternatively, enjoy the beautifully-restored Kennet and Avon Canal as it winds its way through the Vale of Pewsey towards Devizes, before it descends the magnificent Caen Hill flight of locks, one of the highest in the country.
Within an easy drive from Urchfont, you can take in a visit to historic Stonehenge, the splendid cities of both Bath and Salisbury, Bowood House and Lacock Abbey, as well as Longleat House and Safari Park.
This charming cottage offers visitors a super Wiltshire village bolthole, a great starting point from which to discover all that this lovely area has to offer.
Note: This cottage is adjacent to Ref. 25807, together they sleep 6.