18th century cotswold stone cottage

18th century cotswold stone cottage


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

our home is in a small town with traditional and artisan shops, but has the feel of a rural cottage tucked out of the way, with a lovely south facing garden. A bus outside the door will take you to Bath (world heritage site) or a modest car journey to Stone Henge or Avebury (both prehistoric world heritage sites). The neighbourhood abounds with stately homes that are open to the public all summer including Lacock Abbey which was used in the filming of Harry Potter


More about us

  1. We are a retired professional couple

  2. We like making art and music and live in a tidy(ish) and comfortable style

  3. We have family in Nova Scotia and hope to swap with someone so we can be near them.


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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
The Methuen Arms in Corsham, The Hole in the Wall, Bath; The Pear Tree, Whitley
Cool bars
The Century in Corsham, The White Heart in Castle Combe, The Biddestone Arms in Biddestone, The Quarreymans Arms, Box. All are tradional county pubs that also serve good food
Cozy cafés
Cinnamon Cafe,
Retail therapy
Our local artisan baker for superb bread but go in the morning, The Corsham Deli for wonderful cheese coffee and other food to die for! also a trip to Bath for a shopping delight. Book a session at the Thermae Spa in Bath to enjoy the natural hot springs.
Bit of culture
The Roman Baths in Bath. The theatre Royal in Bath has pre and post west-end productions for a fraction of the price. Visit some of our stately homes. Corsham Court (at the top of the road) has a wonderful collection of renaissance paintings and furnature.
Walks in the park
At the top of our road, 18th century landscaped park designed as a setting for Corsham Court. The sheep will ignore you.
Spot of exercise
Walk a section of the MacMillan Way to The beautiful village of Castle Combe and have lunch in the White Heart Inn.
Day tripping
Avebury, Stone Henge,both ancient standing stone circles. The landscaped gardens at Stourhead, Montacute House is an Elisabethan gem, or have a more local day at Lacock (3 miles), the village is often used as a film set, Lacock Abbey is beautiful and it is hear that Fox-Talbot invented modern photography. There is an exelent photography museum.

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