A comfortable, self-contained first floor eaves apartment, set within the owners’ garden in the small Wiltshire market town of Corsham, 7 miles from Bath.
The light and airy interior offers couples a comfortable holiday base, with plenty to see and do within a short drive.
Furnished and equipped to a good standard, the living space offers a sitting area leading into a kitchen with a dining table, in addition to a comfy double bedroom and bathroom.
Outside there’s a small private sitting-out space, where you can enjoy refreshments whilst you plan your days activities.
A short walk takes you into the town itself, where you can admire the attractive period limestone houses which have often featured in TV dramas and films including Poldark and The Suspicions of Mr Whicher.
In fact the owner can offer guided walks of historic Corsham by prior arrangement.
Nearby Corsham Court, with its stunning parkland, is well worth a visit, or alternatively take a trip into the cosmopolitan city of Bath, with its Roman Baths, abbey, vibrant shopping centre and excellent range of restaurants.
This comfortable and well-presented apartment will offer you a superb and convenient touring base for all seasons.
About the location
Bath 7 miles.
The attractive small market town of Corsham can be found in North West Wiltshire, only 7 miles from the regal city of Bath. The town offers a vibrant weekly market, and is renowned for its numerous Grade ll listed limestone buildings, many of which have been used as locations for TV series and films including Poldark and The Suspicions of Mr Whicher. Locally, Corsham Court is well worth a visit where the impressive art collection can be admired or visitors can enjoy the scenic parkland, designed by Capability Brown. Easily accessible is the stunning city of Bath, where there is so much on offer, catering for all tastes, from the magnificent architecture of the Georgian terraces to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful abbey. With ample opportunities to eat out, or indulge in a bit of retail therapy, you really are spoilt for choice. Alternatively, take the short drive to the 13th century village of Lacock, or to Castle Combe, once named England’s prettiest village. Corsham provides visitors with a charming, historic base from which to explore this diverse area at any time of the year.