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Cocoon in cosy Cotswold Cottages

The Cotswolds is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, so what better place for a cosy retreat that in the luscious surrounds of Somerset or Wiltshire. If you are looking for peace and quiet, but want to be part of a village community then Coachman’s Cottage could be for you. Set in the heart of the beautiful conservation village of Steeple Ashton in Wiltshire, the immaculate cottage offers classic comfort, allowing you to unwind to a slower pace of life. Despite is charming rural setting, the bright lights of Bath’s World Heritage City are still only a short distance by car or train.

Another ideally located property is Jasmine Cottage, which is also situated near to the heart of village life in the sleepy town of Steeple Ashton and is only a short walk from the local amenities and bus service. The building itself boasts attractive 18th century character with exposed beams and wood burning fire. There is also a small walled flower garden at the front and a ‘dog friendly’ garden to the rear, with lawn and picnic table. Awarded the ‘Visit England’ Rose Award for Recognition of Service Excellence, you’re sure to savour a superb stay whilst cocooning in this cosy Cotswold cottage.

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