Heywood Holiday Cottages- Ashe Cottage
Large Holiday Cottage near Bath in quiet Wiltshire hamlet
Aug 21st w/e £1995
20th, 27th July midweeks now just £1450
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The Cottages.. Nestling in the rural hamlet of Heywood, Ashe Cottage is a lovely old rambling cottage with exposed beams and low ceilings. It sleeps 8 adults in 4 bedrooms plus one small child's single. The annexe just across the lawn has 3 bedrooms bathroom, loo and a beautiful rustic living/kitchennette area with oak beams and floor and a double sofabed for overspill accommodation. The Annexe is all on the ground floor. With the large dining room seating 16-18 Ashe Cottage is the perfect venue for large groups and multi-family holidays!
Location.. Heywood is ideally situated for
visiting The Roman City of Bath, the ancient Saxon Town of Bradford-on-Avon,
and all the historic attractions of South West England. The magnificent
Longleat House and safari park are just 10 mins away. We are just 40 mins from
Stonehenge and Salisbury and 30 mins from Bath by road. Westbury Railway
Station is 1 mile away with regular direct trains to Bath (20 mins) &
London (90 mins). The M3, M4 and M5 are all suitable routes for arrival by road
from all parts of the country. The local
Pub with its fine
real ales and superb food is just a short walk across the fields. There are
many excellent golf courses in the area.
Pool open Jun, July August only..
Notes: Sorry - no all male or stag
parties (no exceptions)
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