Enjoy our entire family sized cottage nestled in the high street of Kington St Michael.
With easy links to the M4 Junction 17, you will find plenty to do in the surrounding area. Unless of course you would prefer to cosy up to the period fireplace and just relax. There are countless countryside walks in the area for you to enjoy the rural beauty.
Castle Combe village, Chippenham, Lacock Abbey, Highgrove Tea Gardens, Longleat, the Roman Baths and Bristol are all within easy reach by car.
A 3 bedroomed cottage (please note - third bedroom does not have a bed it is a study at the moment but you are welcome to bring an inflatable mattress) nestled in the high street of the quaint english country village of Kington St Michael.
Our kitchen is a full working kitchen for you to use as you wish (but please leave tidy), there is an electric fan assisted oven and grill, gas hob, fridge-freezer, toaster, kettle, plenty of cupboard space and the all important dishwasher! All you need to do is bring some food. There are plenty of places nearby to pick some up - Morrisons in Chippenham is the nearest large supermarket, or if you are looking for something out of hours the BP garage has an M&S food shop just at the end of the dual carriageway into Chippenham.
You will find fresh beds made, towels, tea towels, hand soap, small assortment of toiletries, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets and some tea and coffee essentials (but you will need to bring milk).
The property includes a secluded walled garden with fruit trees and a separate garage with an electric door.
Full access to the entire property including garage and garden. When you book, you will be sent the code to access the keys on arrival.
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A team of friendly family members on hand via email and phone (will provide a contact number when booking confirmed) so don't hesitate to get in contact with questions or worries you may have!
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Aside from the garage around the corner of the driveway, there is limited parking - the driveway itself is shared and cannot be used for parking (just dropping bags and people off etc). We usually park in the cul de sac just over the road called 'The Ham'. This is on the left if you are coming from the M4 junction/Chippenham side of the village. You can almost always find a spot here, although there are alternative road side parking spots past the house on your left hand side.