Swan's Rest is truly a luxurious choice for friends and families.
Set back from the westerly shoreline of Swillbrook, Swan's Rest benefits from stunning views across the lake from the first-floor balcony enjoying the late afternoon and evening sunshine.
Swillbrook is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) so you will enjoy uninterrupted views over the lake as there are no water sports allowed.
Completed in Summer 2017, this is one of our most popular house types offering three ground floor bedrooms, two bathrooms and first floor living/dining benefiting from fully glazed rear elevations which provide stunning views.
There is a fully fitted kitchen and tv room/ study.
On the second floor mezzanine you will find a master bedroom suite which is open plan to the living area below.
The property is within a 5-minute walk of both the Restaurant and Spa facilities.
The owners have taken great care over the internal furnishings and have ensured a high level of fixtures and fittings with oak flooring to the main living areas and carpets to bedrooms.Naturally and as you would expect, guests have full access to the Spa and Gym as well as the three pools.
Ideal for families and children, it is equally a great location for friends to enjoy a get away.
Upside down layout, over 3 floors. 4 bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king size double with en suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin with en suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor bunk bed, 1 x second floor mezzanine super king size double (zip/link can be twin on request) with en suite shower, basin and WC.
Ground floor shower room with double shower, basin and WC.
First floor open plan living area with kitchen dining area and sitting area and woodburner.
About the location
Cirencester 8 miles; Swindon 15 miles.
Located in north Wiltshire bordering Gloucestershire, Ashton Keynes is positioned on the banks of the River Thames. Lying within the Cotswold Water Park and split by the River Thames, which has many channels here, centred 6.5 miles from its source at Thames Head.
Within the village of Ashton Keynes there is a pub named the White Hart Inn, as well as a village shop. Formerly known as Aesctun in 800 AD, Ashton Keynes appeared in the Domesday Book, with ten variants of the name being recorded over the past 800 years. The local school is a voluntary controlled school. Parts of the school building date back to 1870.
Seven minutes car ride away is the Saxon town of Cricklade, lying just outside the Cotswolds ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Cricklade is surrounded by lovely countryside and is ideal for walking, riding and cycling.
Note: This property requires a good housekeeping bond of £500 in advance of arrival.
Note: Pets are allowed but at an extra charge.
Note: This property has an upside down layout with living areas on the first floor.
Note: The mezzanine level bedroom is above the living room is open to the living room.