Coachmans Cottage, 2 Bedrooms. Comfortably furnished in a classic Georgian style. Perfect for 2 guests but equipped for 3. Located in the heart of the Wiltshire conservation village Steeple Ashton. Ideal for exploring Bath, Stonehenge, Lacock, Stourhead, and Longleat, with many National Trust properties nearby. Children over 10 years welcome. Parking. Courtyard Garden. Wifi. Walkable Pub and Shop. Gold Award 4*
What makes a stay at Coachmans Cottage unique?
Guests have been welcomed to Coachmans Cottage since 2006, you can read a wealth of their reviews on the cottage website. The interior is decorated and furnished in classic Georgian style with the emphasis on comfort, warmth, and a relaxing environment. Outside the pretty courtyard is both private and secure. You will enjoy the home-made chocolate fudge cake on arrival, and there is a Breakfast Hamper for you to prepare your own breakfast on your first morning at leisure. Enjoy strolling around the friendly village and soaking the atmosphere of yester-year.
What is the capacity for Coachmans Cottage?
Coachmans Cottage sleeps up to 3 guests in 2 bedrooms. The Master Bedroom can be set up with either a 6' Super-King Bed or 2 x 3' Twin Beds. The second bedroom has a Velux window. Comfortable seating and dining for 3 guests. Children over 10 years welcome. The all ground floor heated accommodation is accessed from the hall.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Steeple Ashton area?
Steeple Ashton has a traditional pub which serves good food only a short walk from Coachmans Cottage. Just beyond the pub is the award-winning shop and coffee bar, run by the locals. The magnificent St Mary's Church is a "must visit" during your stay. Beyond the village there is so much to see that a week simply is not long enough, Bath, Stonehenge, Avebury, Longleat House, and Safari Park, Lacock, Great Chalfield Manor, Bradford on Avon, Devizes, Wilton House, Stourhead Gardens, Salisbury, Wells, Castle Combe. When guests have booked they receive a PDF packed with local information. The owner lives next door to the cottage and can supply guests with more tailored ideas on where to visit.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The local pub serves good food and is only a short level walk away, perfect at the end of a long drive or a day of exploring as there is no need to use the car again. There are also several good local eateries only a short drive away. Information is provided in a PDF when the cottage is booked.