The Market Town of Malmesbury is located 5 miles south east of
Tetbury. The town offers a wealth of 17th and 18th century buildings, many of which are now host to bright and friendly shops and inns. The town is famous for its 7th century Abbey and the Abbey Gardens including its extensive collection of roses.
Traditional Cotswold farmhouse furnished to the highest
standard. Lovely gardens with stream and tennis court. Delicious breakfasts, close
to excellent pub.
A traditional Cotswold farmhouse on the Wiltshire & Gloucestershire borders.
It is set in a large garden with a stream and lovely sunny terrace. There is also
a tennis court for the use of guests. It is furnished to a high standard with a comfortable
sitting room and an elegant dining room in which a delicious breakfast is served.
There is an excellent pub within ½ mile and the accommodation is set amidst
attractive countryside on the edge of a network of footpaths which lead to neighbouring
villages and beyond.
There are many places of interest to visit in the surrounding area. The nearest
being Malmesbury which is England's oldest borough and is dominated by the Abbey
and its gardens which feature hundreds of different varieties of roses. Also within
easy reach is Westonbirt Aboretum, famous for its Autumn colours.
Tariff - Bed and Breakfast per night - Double/Twin from £70.00, Single from £45.00
Lovett Farm is a family run
working farm that has been in the family for four generations.
We have cattle and sheep grazing and you may also see
deer, pheasants, and ducks on our pond.
Our home is situated just three miles from the beautiful ancient town of Malmesbury,
which is the oldest borough in England. There you will see the magnificent 800 year
old Norman Abbey built for the Benedictine Monastery which was founded in the 7th
Century, also the lovely Market Cross.
Our delightful farmhouse accommodation offers home from home comfort and has wonderful
views from the double and twin bedrooms; both have en-suite showers, hairdryer, colour
television, radio alarm, complementary tea and coffee facilities and many thoughtful
Breakfast is served in our cosy dining/sitting room where you will find a good selection
of books to read. We have an extensive breakfast menu and use local produce when possible,
including homemade jams, marmalade and locally produced honey. Any special dietary
requirements can be catered for on request.
Sorry that we are unable to accommodate children under the
age of 12.
Please note that we are unable to accept pets.
Lovett Farm has a no smoking policy.
Ample parking for visitors.
Lovett Farm, Little Somerford, Near Malmesbury,
....a beautiful country house set within stunning grounds
Originally conceived in the 14th century as a medieval manor, Dauntsey Manor was extensively remodelled in the 18th century into the beautifully proportioned house, with the elegant Georgian elevations, that you see today. Dauntsey Park House is well situated between the historic city of Bath and Cirencester and within easy reach of the pretty Cotswold towns of Tetbury and Malmesbury.
Giovanni and Emma moved into the house with their four children Cosimo, Alberto, Francesco and Cecilia in 2007. Having been sold five times since 1987, major renovations were needed to make the house suitable for a young family and to create rooms for guests and functions. Lengthy and extensive works to the house itself were finally completed in 2010, as was the installation of a water turbine to make the house carbon neutral. Further plans for winter 2011/2012 include the creation of a knot garden outside the church entrance.
There are two stylish and spacious bedrooms available for bed and breakfast use. As both rooms are west-facing with two windows each, they are filled with evening light and have striking views out over the river and park beyond.
The large double room has an ensuite bathroom with separate shower and a super king-size Italian bed complete with Egyptian cotton sheets. There is also a comfortable sofa to relax on.
The elegant twin bedroom, with generously sized single beds, is also ensuite. The bathroom has a traditional roll top bath and boasts an original thunder box loo! Both rooms have wifi and their own TV. For larger parties, further bedrooms are available.
At Dauntsey, generous continental breakfasts are served during the week in school term times, whilst cooked breakfasts are on offer at weekends and over the school holidays. All our ingredients are sourced locally where possible, including ‘Malmesbury King’ champion sausages and bacon from Malmesbury’s award winning butcher, Thomas of Malmesbury. Breakfast is served in the dining room and in the summer months guests are also given access to the drawing room.
We are delighted to be part of Alastair Sawday's Special Places.
“.... Initially, I thought I’d arrived at the wrong address, access through a large stone arch up a gravel drive leads to a very grand country house. To refer to this as a B&B massively undersells it, this is a B&B like no other; a beautiful country house set within stunning grounds in the heart of the Cotswolds. The rooms are huge and wonderfully dressed, utilising the multitude of period features. From the warm welcome by Emma on our arrival, to the comfortable bed and amazing breakfast the following day, everything about our stay was perfect. I would definitely stay again and anyone looking to stay in this part of the country need look no further than Dauntsey Park House; this is a wonderful country retreat that won’t disappoint.”
Richard Pearce, London.
Tariff:- Double or Twin En-Suite room from £90.00 to £105.00 per night
Dauntsey Park House, Dauntsey, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 4HT
Bed and Breakfast in The Lodge at The Rookery
Newly renovated annexe to our 18th century family house
Jenny and Owain are delighted to announce that we are now offering bed and breakfast accommodation in "The Lodge at The Rookery", a newly-renovated annexe to our eighteenth century family home.
The Lodge at The Rookery is a cosy and comfortable double bedroom sleeping up to two adults, with a vaulted ceiling, original oak beams, a Cotswold stone tiled floor, underfloor heating and a well-appointed en-suite shower room. The Lodge overlooks our beautiful, traditional walled garden and is in a quiet location at the rear of the property.
Homemade biscuits, tea and coffee making facilities, flatscreen TV, CD player with iPod docking station and free wifi are all provided.
A continental breakfast is served in our dining room each morning.
Our prices for bed and breakfast accommodation are £65 per room per night.
The above rates apply for stays of up to seven nights - please enquire for rates for longer stays.
A deposit equivalent to the first night's stay is required to secure all bookings, and this is payable by cheque or bank transfer. The balance is payable on arrival.
The Lodge at The Rookery is the ideal place to stay for those looking for a comfortable base from which to explore Malmesbury and the surrounding area, for wedding guests requiring just one or two nights' accommodation, or for business travellers who prefer a "home from home" to an anonymous hotel room.
The Rookery, Burton Hill,
Welcome to School House. It is an unique grade II converted School, it still retains the character of the school of its ancestry. School House is the private home of John and Julia and their children. We offer a ground floor bedroom, a bathroom and an additional room to cater for children if required. The bedroom is positioned in a separate corner of the ground floor, with easy access to the large sitting room and dining room where you are welcome to spend time. From here one can enjoy the views of the garden and open fields.
School House is located in Charlton, a small village 3 miles from Malmesbury. It is essentially an estate owned village, as the majority of the properties are owned by the Charlton Park. We are 7.7 miles North from junction 17 on the M4. We are easily accessible to London,Bristol, Bath and Cheltenham.
The large double bedroom is located on the ground floor in a corner wing of the house. It has access to the front hall. One is free to come and go via the front door with your own key if required. The room has plenty of storage space and hanging hooks for smart clothes. The room has a King size bed and comes with 100% cotton linen, plump pillows and an electric blanket if required. Tea and Coffee making facilities, free wifi, TV and Bottled Water. The bathroom is airy with the choice of a bath or an overhead shower and a selection of toiletries.
The family drawing and dining room, is the old school classroom of the house and consists of a magnificent vaulted ceiling. The large french doors lead into the South facing garden, The open fireplace can be lit to take away the evening chill. You are welcome to spend time here anytime. Breakfast is served here.
Bed and Breakfast per night for two people sharing £75.00 per night
Single occupancy is £55.00 per night
£10 per child extra; camp beds available for up to 3 children
Dicounts available for longer stays
School House, Charlton, Malmesbury,
John and Ross welcome you to Manor Farm Cottages
in the heart of Wiltshire
The Old Dairy
We are situated in the small village of Corston just three miles from Junction 17 of the M4 and three miles from the wonderful town of Malmesbury.
We offer a choice of three totally different properties all situated within the grounds of Manor Farm but each enjoying a private setting. The cottages all share a blend of historic charm and modern homely comforts but are all individual in their style, both inside and out.
Manor Cottage - Sleeps 4
This single storey 5 star barn conversion provides a spacious open plan kitchen and living area for the whole family. With valuted ceilings and solid oak fittings it is an excellent area for entertaining. Doors open on to large gardens where children can play safely with an enclosed area for tottering toddlers and adults can enjoy a relaxing dinner in peaceful surroundings. Guests have access to a large patio which covers two sides of the cottage providing sun from first thing in the morning until late evening, with garden furniture and a barbecue on request.
The Old Dairy - Sleeps 3 +
The Old Dairy is part of Manor Farmhouse, a grade 11 listed house dating from the 17th century. The Old Dairy and Cheese room were converted some sixty years ago and have recently been refurbished giving modern comforts whilst retaining it's original features. The Old Dairy has a small patio area outside with garden furniture and there is plenty of parking in the yard adjacent to the property.
Southside Bungalow - Sleeps 5
Newly refurbished throughout in 2011 this property boasts three bedrooms, one double, one twin and one single, all with views over open farmland. The property can easily sleep five people so ideal for a family getaway. Large established spacious gardens surround the property which are ideal for children of all ages. There is a large lawn area fenced so feel confident that your young children can play safely. It is large enough to play ball games or ride bikes. The bungalow can be rented for a week or a few months and comes fully equipped to make your life easy.
Self-catering cottages from £300 per week Low Season
and £450 per week High Season.
3 and 4 Day Breaks available subject to availability.
Children welcome. Please see our website for full information.
John & Ross
Eavis, Manor Farm, Corston, Malmesbury, Wiltshire SN16
The Stables at The Rookery - Romantic Retreat for Two
The Stables at The Rookery is a luxurious self catering holiday cottage which can accommodate two adults (plus a baby under six months), situated on the edge of the historic Cotswold town of Malmesbury, Wiltshire.
The Stables is a traditional Cotswold stone building which has been completely renovated using traditional methods and materials, in keeping with its Grade II listing. The exposed oak lintels and naturally contoured stone walls are complemented by the contemporary furnishings and decoration which aim to provide every modern comfort.
The newly-renovated accommodation comprises an open plan living /dining room and kitchen area on the ground floor, with a downstairs bathroom. The stairs lead up to a galleried bedroom with king-size bed under the eaves.
The kitchen is impressively equipped with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and practically every implement you could need.
A glazed door leads out to the Stables' own patio area, where you can enjoy a glass of wine or a candlelit evening meal under the stars. There are steps up to the large traditional walled garden of the main house (complete with centuries-old apple trees and a well) which guests are welcome to enjoy.
See The Stables at The Rookery website for details about all the Little Extras including free wi-fi access along with full hi-definition satellite TV and blu-ray DVD player.
Tariff:- from £299.00 to £499.00 per week depending on time of year (see website for details)
Jenny and Owain Cole The Rookery, Burton Hill,
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