Oak Tree Cottage | Broughton Gifford

Prices from: £340.00
Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2 Children: Yes Pets: No Onsite Parking: Yes
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Oak Tree Cottage has been created over  Winter 2015/2016 and is now a lovely light two bedroomed, two bathroomed holiday home.  It  has a ground floor twin bedroom  and bathroom, a lounge/diner with separate kitchen and a second floor with huge double bedroom and en-suite bathroom.  It also has the benefit of an extra “snug” style TV room – perfect for children to watch TV and play games.

A vaulted ceiling theme runs through Oak Tree’s 1st floor bedroom and it has lovely roof windows with views.

Outside of the cottage is a shared lawned paddock and an open air solar heated swimming pool.   There is plenty of on-site parking available at the farm and our own little farm shop/butchery for all your breakfast needs!

Next door to Oak Tree is its “sister” property, Walnut Tree.

Broughton Gifford

4 over a double and a twin

1 double bedroom 1 twin bedroom (ground floor)

2 Bathrooms 1 is en-suite with large shower 1 is family bathroom with shower over bath (ground floor)

Fully fitted with dishwaser and washing machine

Flatscreen Freeview TV with DVD player Additional TV/DVD combo in 'snug' room

Lawned paddock area with wooden climbing equipment Outdoor Solar heated Swimming pool, fully enclosed. Open May to early September. Plenty of parking close to cottage. direct access to footpath. On site farm shop.

Friday changeover

Plenty - on site

No smoking

Children welcome

No pets - sorry

From: £340.00

From: £455.00

From: £675.00

From: Price on application - 3 night minimum stay

Oak Tree Cottage

Church Farm, Broughton Gifford, Melksham

Sharon Hooper

01225 783413
07773 231317

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