Honey Street Log cabin is a two bedroom self catering lodge, situated on a working farm in the Wiltshire Countryside. The lodge is in a superb quiet and peaceful location.
“We had a lovely stay at Mandy's little log cabin, the farm views were refreshing and our kids enjoyed the swings in the garden. The cabin was well loved and all necessary essentials were provided with a thoughtful touch of the breakfast hamper. I would highly recommend Mandy as a host.”
Nestled in the back garden of our 15th Century Cottage in a rural village, at the end of a no-through road, guests are assured of a peaceful and quiet stay. Yet with Devizes just 3 miles away, you are close enough to enjoy the bustle of this Market Town and its many interesting Coffee Shops, Restaurants and Pubs. We are situated on the edge of the Pewsey Vale and within easy access of Bath, Salisbury, Stonehenge and Marlborough.
“The Annex was exactly as described, super clean and very comfy bed! Cheryl left cute touches such as some flapjack's & bananas which were great fuel for our run the following day. She was very fast at replying and met us on arrival. Good location & great pub recommendation as well!”
An idyllic location close to Avebury and The Ridgeway. The landscape is beautiful and offers sacred sites such as the Avebury Henge, Stonehenge, Silbury Hill and wonderful walking or cycling experiences. And...crop circles. A very peaceful hamlet ideal for those who like to get away from it all. Popular towns and cities, Oxford, Bath, Salisbury, Cheltenham and Gloucester are relatively nearby. For those without transport an hourly bus service runs to nearby towns.
“Lizzie's cozy cottage in the beautiful English countryside of Wiltshire is a truly authentic experience of what it's like living in the countryside. I absolutely recommend her place if you want to explore this area. Close to Avebury and an easy busy ride into Swindon if you need to go shopping or socializing. Also The Winterbourne country pub is a 5 minute drive away, and a nice walk if you're walking, but also catch a bus most of the way, if you prefer. At night we made a fire and I read a novel. Quaint and cosy indeed! Thanks Lizzie ;)”