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The Cider Barn is a semi-detached, single-storey, studio barn conversion, set in the grounds of the owner's farmhouse, in West Knoyle, near Mere, on the borders of Wiltshire and Dorset and can sleep two people. The cottage has one king-size double bedroom, a sitting area and a dining area and a separate fitted kitchen/breakfast room and separate shower room. Outside there is off road parking for one car, undercover bike storage and a separate garden area with furniture. With wonderful walking opportunities nearby, The Cider Barn is the perfect base for your holiday. Please note The charging of electric cars is not permissible at the propertyNote: No children under 7
The charging of electric cars is not permissible at the property
Resting in southwest Wiltshire, England, is the small village and civil parish of West Knoyle. Offering a small choice of pubs, restaurants and shops for your amenities. Close to the Cranborne Chase AONB for a range of countryside trails for walking and cycling opportunities, whilst Mere provides a larger choice of amenities.
All-ground-floor. Studio accommodation with drop-down king-size double bed, sitting area and dining area. Separate shower, basin and WC. Separate kitchen/breakfast room.
Wiltshire is a county shrouded in mystery and steeped in legend; it is also a county that boasts iconic attractions, breathtaking sights and picturesque villages and towns. Wiltshire is home to 6,000 years of history including the amazing standing stones of Avebury and the renowned Stonehenge. There is also Salisbury Cathedral, the Kennet and Avon Canal and quintessential English hamlets such as Lacock and Castle Combe for you to enjoy and investigate. Spend at day at one of the fantastic stately homes, taking in Wiltshire’s heritage or if you are looking for entertainment for the kids why not have a fun filled day at Longleat Safari and Adventure Park. Outdoors lovers will enjoy the fact that almost half the county is awarded as a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with over 8, 200 paths for walkers and cyclists. You can also find some delightful tea rooms, county pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy when you don’t feel like cooking. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Wiltshire’s White Horses which are carved into the hillsides. For a further sense of Luxury we suggest searching for Luxury accommodation with a hot tub.
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