A charming 2 bedroom converted chapel set in the heart of historic Marlborough with a lovely outlook across the town green and a 2 minute stroll to the delightful High St. Marlborough has recently been awarded as one of the best places to live in the UK surrounded by a wonderfully diverse countryside including open downs and the ancient Savernake Forest. Easy access to Avebury, Stonehenge and the Ridgeway. Marlborough Golf Club is also within walking distance.
“Very lovely place to stay. Beds were really comfortable and the house was very clean. We struggled to park as we arrived late and had to park in a street away from the house but again thats because we arrive late and Mike did say it is first come first served. Great location and only a 2min walk to the high street. Very much enjoyed it. Thank you!”
A self contained one bedroom annexe, joined on to our family home, with accommodation for 2 adults and up to 2 children up to the age of 18. Entrance via shared porch. Upstairs with kingsize daybed and ensuite shower room. Downstairs with living space and kitchen. Can add two mattresses for children. Shared used of our family garden with trampoline, children's play equipment.
“The apartment is in a great location. The city center is within easy walking distance. There was a nice garden, which we could use. The equipment is great. For 2 people it is very suitable, for us as a family of 4, but also, then it is only cramped by the 2 mattresses in the lower part. The family is very nice and had good tips.”
Emily's Cottage is a charming 16th Century thatched cottage with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a lovely secluded garden set in the heart of Manton village, just a short walk or drive from the historic market town of Marlborough with it’s shops, bars and restaurants. The cottage is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, a short drive from Avebury, Bath, Stonehenge and the Cotswolds.
“Alison and Chris's cottage was such a cosy place for our three night get away. There was plenty of space for 5 adults and we had everything we needed. We certainly made the most of the wood burning fire. Great for drying off after wet and windy visits to Stonehenge and Avebury. We visited Oddfellows pub in the village and enjoyed some tasty food and delicious red wine. Would definitely return, maybe in the summer for a bit of sunshine. It would be nice to sit out in the lovely garden. Thanks very much Alison and Chris.”