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Ring in the new year with a cosy cottage stay

Set in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, Great Cumberwell Farm has been in the James family since 1939 and was originally a dairy, but despite the diversification the site remains a working farm with over 300 acres of arable crop, making it a fitting rural setting for your escape to the country. Tailpit Cottage and Meadow Cottage are just two of the charming self-catering cottages available for your stay, converted from an old tithe barn.

Nestled on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty, there is plenty to see, do and explore beyond the front door, with the World-Heritage City of Bath just 5 miles away and the pretty Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon just a mere walk away from the farm. Today the site remains a peaceful location for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle with their nearest and dearest in the award-winning cottages.

Pigwig Cottage is another cosy but spacious two bedroom cottage, popular with less mobile guests and those with young children as a single storey abode. It is also located close to Bradford-on-Avon, from a previously converted farm building, with additional bed and breakfast accommodation to-hand should you wish to accommodate more guests.

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