4.9★ (10 ratings) Sykes rating Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Pets No Show on map Features Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Highchair available Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Sky TV Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 9 Customer Reviews "The lodge was lovely." ..very modern and very clean. Loved the balcony...the views were amazing and lots of wildlife including a barn owl, rabbits and a deer. Walks around Pewsey were great...lots of open countryside and great views. The only thing to note was the spiral staircase up to balcony was very narrow and steep and lots of care needed to use it. Overall the stay was great. Would highly revommend the lodge and the area. Reviewed by SharonJun 2022 "A really clean and well presented modern property that was a perfect base for a week of walking on the lovely downs and canal towpaths around the Vale of Pewsey." The facilities provided were excellent, including the rooftop area with scenic views ( go careful carrying the beer and wine up the spiral staircase !) and the enclosed garden patio. The file of information has a set of walking maps around the local area, several of which can be started from the lodge. Artwork by the owner enhances the decor of the property. Highly recommended. Reviewed by RonApr 2022 "We enjoyed our short stay at Vale Lodge and appreciated the generous welcome pack." The accommodation was very clean, modern, stylish, and well appointed. As others have commented, the second bedroom (which we did not need to use) is very small as a double room with barely space to move around the bed. Numerous operating manuals are provided for the heating and appliances which are largely digital and touch sensitive. If guests intend to make extensive use of the microwave it is difficult to reach, and the open position the door hinders removing heated food. Pewsey is centrally located for visiting towns and tourist attractions in all directions. Vale Lodge proved to be a quiet, comfortable, and convenient retreat for a few days away from home. Reviewed by RolandFeb 2022 "The lodge is very private, modern and beautifully clean with a lovely roof terrace overlooking countryside." . It has a good parking area. Situated in the heart of Wiltshire which offers many attractions to easily explore. We had a wonderful time and have no hesitation recommending the lodge. Many thanks to the owners - the property is a credit to you!! Reviewed by ChristineJan 2022 "A comfortable and well appointed property with a contemporary twist." Situated in a quiet, secluded position with beautiful views from the roof terrace. Ideally placed to explore this area which is rich in history. Highly recommended. Reviewed by KevinOct 2021 "A lovely place to stay with lots of extra touches to have a great holiday." The accommodation was spotless and all the furnishings and kitchenware were modern and in good condition. Plenty of extras were provided which are not always standard, eg, wine cooler, sky tv, fridge freezer. Also the internet was great . The bedrooms are only small, esp the double but there is plenty of room in the living area for storage etc. and this wasn't a problem. We even sat on the roof terrace as the weather was good and had enjoyed the lovely views. Can highly this place and would return for another stay. Reviewed by AnneOct 2021 "A very lovely, clean and well equipped holiday let that didn't disappoint." Although it is compact, it didn't feel too small with 3 adults sharing the space and it has been very well designed to maximise the space available. The living space and facilities were top quality and the garden was a nice place to relax. If you have any mobility issues it can be a little hard to access the terrace, but this is a minor point and didn't stop us from enjoying the surroundings and outdoor space. The second bedroom might be a little tight for space with 2 adults sharing, but you're only sleeping there, so it really wasn't an issue for us. The welcome package meant that a lovely cup of tea and slice of cake was easy to do on arrival. Would definitely recommend as a place to stay. Reviewed by CarrieSep 2021 "A lovely private hideaway, quiet and comfortable with great facilities." The sound bar on the TV was a great extra, we would highly recommend Vale Lodge. Reviewed by HeatherJul 2021 "Peaceful, clean and well equipped accommodation." We really enjoyed our evenings on the roof terrace and our son loved his mezzanine ‘den’. We’ve rebooked in a few weeks time, when hopefully the weather will be cooler and we can get out and about and explore the local area. Reviewed by HelenJul 2021 Show more Summary Ground-floor with mezzanine seating area Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double Sofa bed in sitting room, bedding available on request Bathroom with walk-in shower, basin, WC and washing machine Open-plan living with kitchen, dining area and sitting area Utility cupboard Electric under floor heating in main living area and bathroom Integrated electric oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, dishwasher & wine cooler, TV with Sky Q and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Highchair available on request Charcoal BBQ available on request Off road parking for two cars Enclosed private garden area Roof terrace with views Sorry, no pets or smoking Note: There is restricted head height within the mezzanine sitting area Shop 0.7 miles, pub 0.6 miles Main line station 1 mile – GWR services to London (min 1 hour) & the South West Leisure centre with swimming pool 1 mile The property This single-storey annexe property sits within the grounds of the owner's home and is surrounded by picturesque countryside in the charming village of Pewsey, Wiltshire. Vale Lodge provides high quality accommodation for a couple or small group who wish to explore the outstanding natural beauty of the Vale of Pewsey, part of the North Wessex Downs AONB. Park your car in one of two off-road parking spaces, before making your way to the property via a paved path leading to the private courtyard entrance. Once inside you’ll find a contemporary, open plan living space, benefitting from under floor heating in the main living area and vaulted ceilings with Velux windows that flood the space with light. Relax on the L-shaped sofa in the seating area and enjoy your favourite shows on the wall mounted TV, gather together for a group dinner at the built-in dining table, lovingly prepared in the well-equipped kitchen, filled with quality integrated appliances and ample storage space. There is a loft style ladder that can be fixed to rails and leads up to an additional mezzanine seating area. Perfect for escaping with a good book, enjoying some quiet time and taking in the stunning views through the circular feature window. There are two bedrooms one with a king-size bed and the second a double, with shared use of the modern shower room. A wonderful feature of this property is its spacious and enclosed private garden with a good size patio and generous lawn accessed directly from the property. In addition there is access, via a spiral staircase to a roof terrace, here you can soak up panoramic views of the surrounding area. The village of Pewsey is a couple of minutes drive away with everything you’ll need for essential shopping, including a good sized supermarket, chemist, Post Office, bakery and main line station. It is well served with several pubs, cafes and restaurants, along with many more to explore in the neighbouring villages and in the nearby market town of Marlborough. The village and local area is seeped in Neolithic history with many fascinating landmarks and places to visit. From the village you can access the Kennet & Avon Canal, the Pewsey White Horse and many public footpaths. Within a short distance are Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle, Silbury Hill and the Alton Barnes White Horse. Nearby market towns include Marlborough and Devizes with the larger cities of Salisbury and Bath easily accessible. Visitors can look forward to exploring the surrounding landscapes, studded with pretty and unspoilt villages to enjoy, as well as a wealth of opportunities upon the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including walking, cycling and horse riding. Look forward to all of this and much more, once you have secured your stay at Vale Lodge, Wiltshire. View on map About the location PEWSEY Marlborough 7 miles; Swindon 19 miles; Newbury 22 miles This beautiful big village lies in the heart of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Wiltshire. Dating all the way back to the 6th century, Pewsey is a great place for visitors as it provides a number of shops, pubs and restaurants for you to choose from. You can also discover the local history in the Heritage Centre, it also showcases the stunning Pewsey Wharf canal for you to admire. As do many places in the area, Pewsey hosts a number of festivals throughout the year, mainly the Pewsey Music Festival and the Pewsey and District Feast and Carnival which would be worth lining up your holidays with. If a walking holiday is what you're after, you will be surrounded with places to walk, cycle and climb with the Cotswolds and the Cranbourne Chase AONB easily accessible by car. The World Heriatge sites of Stonehenge and Avebury Stone Circle are both within a thirty minute drive. Pewsey also has a train station offering access to some of Wiltshere's gems. The charming market town of Marlborough is just 7 miles away with its variety of shops, cafés and pubs as well as a golf club and the Merchant's House Museum to keep you occupied. Region Information Cotswolds Cottage Holidays Note: This property does not accept Saturday or Sunday change-overs,however requests may be considered on a case by case basis. Please contactus prior to making a reservation if you wish for this to commence on aSaturday or Sunday.