A pretty thatched cottage sitting in a wonderful and peaceful area of East Knoyle.
This accommodation echoes a cosy feel throughout and the open space is ideal for families wishing to embrace a memorable adventure.
Upon entering, you will come to a neatly placed utility room which sweeps across to a downstairs cloakroom.
A homely open plan kitchen and dining area is just a step away, perfect for those evening meals, where you can gather together with the whole family.
Wander round to the sitting room and the enticing features will capture your thoughts.
Overhead wooden beams, and stoned effects breathe nothing less than character, and this is brought to life by the open fire.
Take the stairs to arrive at a luxurious bathroom with a Victorian claw foot bath.
The next room holds a double bed elevated by the character ceiling and also comes complete with an arm chair for a peaceful finish.
The second bedroom includes children's bunks and makes a cosy atmosphere for a good night's sleep.
Lastly, a king-size double bedroom provides extra comfort and is a lovely place to relax with a good book during the evening hours.
Step outside to be at one with the lovely garden area where you can sit and unwind on a sunny day, and take in the countryside landscape.
Further afield, East Knoyle offers a collection of natural beauty and places of interest worth visiting nearby, include mystical Stonehenge, the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury and the impressive city of Bath.
This is a heart-warming cottage in an outstanding location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x children's bunks. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Shaftesbury 5 miles; Gillingham 7 miles.
The two rural communities of East and West Knoyle, the former being the birthplace of Sir Christopher Wren, sit on the Wiltshire side of the Dorset border and are also close to the border with Somerset. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and on the edge of the Blackmore Vale, the gentle rolling West Wiltshire downland is dotted with picturesque villages and lovely walks, with the impressive house and gardens at Stourhead just a short drive away. Close by, there are opportunities for sailing available at Shear Water, which borders the Longleat Estate, well-known for its Safari Park and stunning stately home. There are numerous places of interest worth visiting nearby, including mystical Stonehenge, the beautiful cathedral city of Salisbury and the impressive city of Bath. This is a delightful rural base from which to explore this fascinating area.