This pretty, stone-built, mid-terrace cottage dates back to the 1800s and is located in the beautiful Cotswolds market town of Malmesbury.
This first class holiday cottage provides family or friends with the ideal opportunity to discover an unspoilt part of the country.
Your Cotswolds cottage offers two charming double bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with a warming woodburner-effect gas stove and a spacious kitchen with dining area and doors to the rear private courtyard, which is perfect for relaxing and enjoying a barbecue.
Just a few minutes' walk away are all of the attractions found in Malmesbury, including its 15th century Market Cross, a 7th century Benedictine abbey, as well as many independent shops, cafes and traditional pubs.
Close by are Rodmarton Manor and Gardens, Chavenage House and The Cotswold Water Park.
Also within easy reach is the beautiful city of Bath, with its stunning architecture, music festivals and Thermae Bath Spa.
Cirencester, which is often referred to as the gateway to the Cotswolds, Westonbirt Arboretum, with its extensive collection of trees and shrubs in a beautiful parkland setting and Tetbury, with its royal connections and numerous antique shops, are also all close by.
An excellent cottage for exploring both the Cotswolds countryside and a number of villages and towns that can be found nearby.
About the location
Chippenham 11 miles; Cirencester 13 miles; Bath 23 miles.
Dating back to the Iron Age and reputedly the oldest borough in England, the pretty market town of Malmesbury is located on a hilltop in the southern Cotswolds. Malmesbury is steeped in history and offers visitors over 400 listed buildings, a 15th century Market Cross, a ruined 7th century Benedictine abbey, an annual carnival and many independent shops, cafes and traditional pubs. Abbey House Gardens, home to 'The Naked Gardeners' can also be found in Malmesbury (Note: The gardeners are clothed during normal opening hours) and the annual Womad Music Festival is close by at Charlton Park. The area offers many country houses, including Rodmarton Manor and Gardens, and Chavenage House, a fine example of a Cotswold manor unchanged for 400 years. Just a short drive away is The Cotswold Water Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering 40 square miles and offering a wide range of activities, including boating, waterskiing, fishing, cycling, golf and horse riding, plus Bath, Cirencester and Tetbury are all within easy reach and well worth a visit.