Coachmans Cottage In Steeple Ashton

Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Coachmans Cottage has private parking for one family car. There is a pretty private and secure courtyard garden, with garden furniture for alfresco summer dining.

Downstairs Description

Coachmans Cottage is all on one level and all of the rooms are accessed from the entrance hall.

The 18' comfortable sitting/dining room has a real log fire and a window seat looking onto the courtyard garden.

The Master bedroom has a 1500 pocket sprung matress, a TV and clock radio and the cosy Twin room has comfortable 3' beds. Both bedrooms have ample storage, bedside lamps, cotton bed linen and hair driers.

There is a very small, separate galley style kitchen, well equipped with everything that you would need.

The bath room has a power shower over the full size bath, we provide towels, bathrobes and toiletries.

The cottage has WiFi, seasonal heating and constant hot water.

Windows Views Description

The hall, sitting room and master bedroom look out onto the courtyard garden.

Other Notes

WiFi is provided, it can be slow at times but hey you are on holiday! The cosy twin bedroom has a velux window with a blind.

Dogs Welcome: One dog may be welcome but you MUST speak with me before booking
Child Friendly: Children over 12 years are welcome
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: An idyllic retreat for 2
Tourist Attractions:
  • Jane Austen's Georgian Bath: The Jane Austen Centre, located at 40 Gay Street in Bath, is a permanent exhibition. Situated in an original Georgian townhouse, it tells the story of Jane’s time in Bath, including the effect that living here had on her and her writing. Visit website
  • World Heritage Sites Stonehenge And Avebury: Stonehenge and Avebury gained their place on the World Heritage Site list for their outstanding prehistoric monuments dating back over 5000 years to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Stonehenge is the most famous and sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. Visit website
  • Stourhead Gardens And House: Stonehenge and Avebury gained their place on the World Heritage Site list for their outstanding prehistoric monuments dating back over 5000 years to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. Stonehenge is the most famous and sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. Visit website
  • National Trust Village Of Lacock: Arrive in Lacock village and you could be forgiven for thinking you've just entered the scene of a recent wizard battle or turned up to meet Mr Darcy for a dance at the assembly rooms. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Longs Arms, Steeple Ashton: Our delicious homecooked food is well known throughout the area. We change our dishes regularly to fit the season, so please see below for details of our current menus. Visit website
  • The Three Daggers, Edington: An excellent village pub with tasty bar food and a restaurant which offers food packed full of fantastic flavours using locally sourced, seasonal produce wherever possible. Visit website
  • The Well, Bulkington: The Well's menu has a delicious selection of starters and main courses with a fusion influence and some mouth watering classic dishes, served in a relaxed, stylish restaurant. Visit website
Food Stores:
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Earlstoke Golf Club, Earlstoke: It is an exceptionally scenic and interesting 18 hole course with an abundance of mature trees, lakes and woodlands. Set in 175 acres of beautiful Wiltshire countryside, situated on the northern edge of Salisbury Plain with distant views of the Pewsey Vale and surrounding area. Visit website
  • Bannerdown Gliding Club, Keevil: Bannerdown Gliding Club is situated just north of the Westbury White Horse ridge which allows for great soaring conditions. This provides excellent opportunities from both the ridge and for thermals. Quite often the local hills produce beautifully smooth wave lift! Visit website
  • Wellow Treking Centre, Wellow: Wellow Trekking Centre also operates as a separate Horse Riding and Trekking Centre for adults and children of all ages, from beginners to experienced riders, with a large selection of rides deep into the heart of the countryside. Visit website