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The Ostlers House

The Ostlers House  

07946 476704

42 Pickwick, Corsham, Wilts
Corsham
SN13 0HY

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The Ostlers House is an outstanding 5-star listed 2-bedroom cottage situated in the South Cotswold village of Pickwick near Bath and offers spacious, light and airy accommodation for visitors to stay, incorporating the former stables, hayloft and the original Ostlers cottage.

This beautiful self-catering property sleeps four people in two generously proportioned bedrooms. The impressive master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a king-size four-poster bed. The second bedroom has good quality full size twin beds and a cot can be provided if required.

The comfortable sitting room has under-floor central heating and looks out onto the courtyard. An LCD TV screen, satellite receiver and DVD/CD player are provided for guest use. There is free Wi-Fi wireless broadband with a PC provided or you can connect your own laptop.

The spacious farmhouse kitchen features a full range of modern appliances as well as a woodburner and original flagstone flooring.

Outside there is secluded courtyard and private, gated parking area.

Dating from 1700, the property has been sympathetically restored by The Wiltshire Historic Buildings Trust using traditional methods. The cottage retains a wealth of original features and is situated on the A4 next to the famous Hare and Hounds, an old coaching inn where Charles Dickens is reputed to have stayed.

Personally run by owners Andy & Stella, The Ostlers House is available for short stays or complete weeks. Themed breaks linking with local events such as the Bath Christmas Market are offered from time to time.

On arrival guests receive a warm welcome to ensure that everything is set for a perfect stay. Our mission is to give every guest the best holiday cottage experience of their life. To find out more visit www.cottagenearbath.co.uk

By The Ostlers House at 16:52 on 18/01/10

      
      
 
      
      

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    The Ostlers House is an outstanding 5-star listed..

       

    The Ostlers House is an outstanding 5-star listed 2-bedroom cottage situated in the South Cotswold village of Pickwick near Bath and offers spacious, light and airy accommodation for visitors to stay, incorporating the former stables, hayloft and the original Ostlers cottage.

    This beautiful self-catering property sleeps four people in two generously proportioned bedrooms. The impressive master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a king-size four-poster bed. The second bedroom has good quality full size twin beds and a cot can be provided if required.

    The comfortable sitting room has under-floor central heating and looks out onto the courtyard. An LCD TV screen, satellite receiver and DVD/CD player are provided for guest use. There is free Wi-Fi wireless broadband with a PC provided or you can connect your own laptop.

    The spacious farmhouse kitchen features a full range of modern appliances as well as a woodburner and original flagstone flooring.

    Outside there is secluded courtyard and private, gated parking area.

    Dating from 1700, the property has been sympathetically restored by The Wiltshire Historic Buildings Trust using traditional methods. The cottage retains a wealth of original features and is situated on the A4 next to the famous Hare and Hounds, an old coaching inn where Charles Dickens is reputed to have stayed.

    Personally run by owners Andy & Stella, The Ostlers House is available for short stays or complete weeks. Themed breaks linking with local events such as the Bath Christmas Market are offered from time to time.

    On arrival guests receive a warm welcome to ensure that everything is set for a perfect stay. Our mission is to give every guest the best holiday cottage experience of their life. To find out more visit www.cottagenearbath.co.uk

    By The Ostlers House at 16:52 on 18/01/10

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