With its own private outdoor swimming pool, this 6 bedroom holiday house is a great place to stay for groups of up to 16 people. With a secluded setting and around 8 acres of grounds, you can enjoy hiding away with family or friends in this high quality holiday house yet enjoy being just 8 miles from the historical spa city of Bath.
Inside, this holiday house just keeps on giving with a boutique-hotel style décor making this a great place to relax and enjoy fun and laughter with friends and/or family.
The lounge area with its extensive comfy seating and big TV is a real treat whereas the light-filled dining area is a great place to enjoy special dinners altogether. The kitchen is well equipped and features a breakfast area, a large range cooker, two fridges, two freezers and a dishwasher. There is also a conservatory and utility room with washing machine and storage area. There are 6 bedrooms (one master bedroom with a romantic four poster bed, an Oriental style bedroom with twin zip and link beds, a Forest bedroom and Seaside bedroom which each sleep 4 in two doubles or 4 single beds, a Rose bedroom with twin zip and link beds and a ground floor Spring bedroom with twin zip and link beds).
In terms of bathrooms there is a luxurious shower room and two of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms.
The swimming pool is usually available from April to the end of September.
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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.