The Apple Studio is ideally located in the grounds of the owner’s own home in the village of Nettleton in Wiltshire.
Beautifully furnished throughout, this charming cottage provides comfortable accommodation for a romantic break in this idyllic part of the country.
Set over the ground floor, this charming cottage provides a double bedroom and separate walk-in shower room.
The open plan living accommodation boasts a beamed vaulted ceiling, well-equipped kitchen with a dining area and a sumptuous sitting room with woodburner, perfect for those chilly evenings.
Outside this lovely cottage is a small patio with garden furniture within an orchard, perfect for a refreshing drink or your morning coffee whilst taking in the peace and tranquillity while planning your days ahead.
Many unspoilt villages are within easy reach, including the beautiful villages of Castle Combe and the National Trust village of Lacock.
The Cotswold Way and the Macmillian Way, together with a network of local footpaths are available for the walking enthusiasts among you.
Just a short drive away are Bath, which can be reached in twenty minutes, and Bristol, both with many shops, pubs and restaurants and plenty of other exciting activities.
Badminton village, home of the Badminton Horse Trials, is also only 3.5 miles away.
This lovely cottage is an ideal base all year round.
About the location
Castle Combe 3 miles; Chippenham 8 miles.
Nettleton is a village and civil parish in Wiltshire. The parish includes the villages of Nettleton, Burton and West Kington, and the hamlets of Horsedown, Nettleton Shrub and West Kington Wick. The northern section of Nettleton village is known as Nettleton Green, with the name Nettleton meaning "the place where nettles grow'' - gardeners in the village certainly know the truth of that! There are some 80 households in Nettleton village which lie within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are many good walks in the area and the Macmillian Way long distance footpath runs through the parish. For energetic walkers seeking refreshment, the Salutation Inn is a good place to stop and there is an off-license in the village shop and Post Office. Now a quiet residential community with farms around it, Nettleton was listed in the Doomsday Book as a thriving rural community. Being close to the city of Bath and with the Fosse Way running through the parish there are a number of Roman and early British settlement sites in the vicinity.