Sherston 3.2 miles.
Nestled in Norton near the charming rural village of Sherston, Wiltshire is this wonderful, three-bedroom dwelling, The Cottage.
Featuring a large, enclosed garden, off-road parking and an enviable location near the Cotswolds AONB, The Cottage welcomes six guests, perfect for a family, group of friends or couples alike who are seeking a memorable holiday in the South of England.
After parking up, enter your new home-from-home ready to take the weight off your feet in the elegantly-adorned sitting room, complete with Smart TV and charming exposed beams which add a subtle nod to the traditional nature of the property.
Catch up on your favourite shows or indulge a movie marathon as your other half rustles up a tasty feast in the well-equipped kitchen, boasting all the necessities required to make your self-catered stay a success.
Settle down at the dining table ready to tuck in, or venture outside where you can soak in your pretty surroundings as you engage in an alfresco affair, pouring a cold glass of fizz to toast to the memories made so far.
When day rolls into night, retreat upstairs to soak your tired legs in the tub before wrapping yourself in a towel and winding down in your chosen bedroom, including a super-king-size, king-size and a twin (This can be a king-size on request), each renovated to a high standard and offering plenty of storage for your belongings.
If you can tear yourself away, head to Malmesbury, a quaint town on the River Avon, where you can find all you need for a self-catered stay, including supermarkets, shops, coffee shops, and classic pubs.
You may learn more about this place's intriguing past at the Athelstan Museum and the Abbey House Gardens in addition to the magnificent Malmesbury Abbey, which was built in the 12th century and is still in use today.
Visit the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for a selection of picturesque walking and cycling trails, perfect for the outdoor adventurer, or take a leisurely stroll along the River Avon.
Discover attractive villages along the way, such as Tetbury, which has a local museum, or Westonbirt, which is home to The National Arboretum.
If you want to see The Royal Gardens at Highgrove, visit Prince Charles' Highgrove House.
If you want to learn more about Roman history, travel farther to the town of Cirencester.
However you choose to spend your days in Wiltshire, do it from the splendid base of The Cottage.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs.1132426, together sleeping 8 guests.