Lovely 17th century cottage with character features but well modernised with underfloor heating and downlighters. Bedroom is a small double with sloping ceiling (see photo) on tatami mats to utilise the space. No TV in the room. Sharing with chilled owner only :-) Continental breakfast - bread, jams, cereal, yoghurt, juice, tea and coffee 17th century cottage with steep stairway to bedroom...not many stairs but steep Stonehenge ca5 miles, Salisbury 10 miles and Skydiving 1 mile away.
“Vincent was a great host, very friendly and personable. We enjoyed talking to him over breakfast, and he makes the best coffee ever! The place was clean and what we expected from the pictures and description. Would recommend his airbnb to other travelers.”
Built in 1999, 2 Chambers Avenue has just been totally refurbished (April May 2016) and is let as a self catering house. Suitable for 5 or 6 people depending on how friendly you all are.... 3 Minutes from the A303 it is in a great location to explore or as a base if you have business to do in the area. 5 minutes from Stonehenge!
“The Ido house is great, comfortable and exquisitely decorated. Very good communication to visit the whole area and just 10 minutes from Stonehenge.”
TOTALLY INDEPENDENT STUDIO & STONEHENGE REOPENING 4th JULY - COME STAY! Situated two miles from Stonehenge, this spacious studio loft is a comfortable self contained apartment in the lovely Wiltshire village of Shrewton. The apartment includes en-suite shower room, kitchenette with fridge and microwave and a seating area for relaxing at the end of the day. Light and airy this room has it's own private entrance so you can come and go as you please, private parking and outdoor seating area.
“Very convenient base for visiting Stonehenge and also Avebury and Old Sarum near Salisbury. Easy check-in and friendly helpful hosts. The accommodation is clean and comfortable,just take care not to bump head on sloping ceilings and take quick showers. For people with mobility issues the steep access stairs would not be suitable. A lovely breakfast hamper was provided with homemade bread which was a lovely thoughtful touch. No TV signal but a good selection of DVDs to relax with on a winter evening. We ate one night at The Boot Inn in Bewick St James about 10 minutes away,the food was good and fairly priced.The pub was very quiet on the evening we ate there but that might have been due to the imminent arrival of storm Ciara. Would stay again if visiting the area.”