This spacious, stone-built barn conversion rests in a wonderful Wiltshire location, just outside the village of Seend.
Rusty Lane Cottage nestles in a delightfully central spot, surrounded by the Cotswolds, the North Wessex Downs and the Cranborne Chase AONBs.
This peaceful getaway is perfect for exploring these popular locations.
Be welcomed into the cottage by its tastefully decorated open-plan living room; here you can prepare your meals in the stylish and well-equipped kitchen, enjoy them at the breakfast bar and kick back and relax in front of the TV on the comfortable seating.
The stunning exposed wooden beams add a lovely touch of charm to the place.
The sumptuous family shower room provides a large walk-in shower, suitable for those with limited mobility and also a disabled friendly shower chair is available on request.
Get your much-needed rest in one of the two well-presented bedrooms, both peaceful rooms ideal for recharging your batteries after a day of exploring one of the many AONBs surrounding you.
The hamlet of Bowerhill, a suburb of Melksham, offers a modest selection of amenities and its neighbouring town boasts a much wider range of shops and pubs to make a wonderful base for your holiday.
Take a day trip to nearby Devizes, showcasing wonderful architecture and a series of quirky shops and eateries to enjoy.
Come to Rusty Lane Cottage for a weekend of exploring the outdoors or even just sitting back and relaxing for a while.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request), 1 x double. Wet room with a basin and WC, disabled friendly shower chair also available on request. Open-plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar and sitting area.
About the location
Melksham 3 miles; Devizes 4 miles; Bath 16 miles
This charming Wiltshire village rests in a superb location for lovers of the outdoors, resting in between the Costwolds and the North Wessex Downs. Seend itself is a scattered village where you can find a handy convenience store as well as three welcoming pubs, one of which sits on the banks of the canal. The town of Melksham is a few short miles away, situated on the River Avon, it offers an excellent range of amenities to make the most of. Alternatively, spend a day exploring the spectacular city of Bath with its abundant impressive architecture and much to see and do. Both the Cotswolds and the North Wessex Downs AONBs offer remarkable scenery for avid ramblers or cyclists. Chippenham and Devizes are also within reach and are certainly worth a day of exploring.