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Bridge Farmhouse

Holiday Cottage in Salisbury, Wiltshire

from £4,182 pwSleeps 20

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Bridge Farmhouse Summary

Bridge Farmhouse is a beautifully well-proportioned country property in an enviable location in the heart of Wiltshire. The house is superbly appointed, providing large accommodation with a truly English Country style and furnished with plenty of comfy sofas, charming upholstered armchairs and antiques. The Farmhouse gives a sense of going back in time but will all the convenience of modern day luxuries.

The wonderfully equipped kitchen has an Aga as well as a commercial oven, heaven for those who love cooking. For those who like to pass the wooden spoon over to someone else, the local chef, Gino can be booked and will produce the most delicious meals. With two comfortable sitting rooms, one with an open fire and one with a woodburner, there are plenty of separate areas allowing young and old to find their own spaces to read, play music and relax.

The house has beautiful gardens, where you will find secluded riverside nooks, an enclosed pretty walled garden and a lush open lawn running down to the river. For warm summer days and evenings there is a BBQ and outside seating.

Bridge Farmhouse is near the New Forest National Park and is a perfect base for walking and exploring the surrounding countryside. With just a 25 minute walk and lovely views through the water meadows of the cathedral and city, you have everything on your doorstep! Lots of very good restaurants and pubs to enjoy, shopping and culture, it really is an ideal holiday location.

If you would like some guidance from our team on this property or help in finding the ideal holiday property please call our team on 01227 464958 or email.

Bridge Farmhouse Holiday Accommodation

Bridge Farmhouse: sleeps 16 + 4 in 8 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus 8 ensuites, 3 reception rooms, large riverside garden with table and chairs for all guests, parking for 6 cars, livery.

Accommodation within a detached property over 2 floors.

Ground Floor

Living room with 50" TV,DVD, log burner. Seating for 10 guests

Drawing room with piano, gramophone, log burner and seating for 10 guests.

Dining Hall with table and chair seating for 20.

Kitchen with Aga, six gas burners and large electric oven, commercial fridge and freezer, microwave, dishwasher.

Utility room with washing machine, dryer, second dishwasher.

Boot room with shower and WC.

Bed configuration:

Ground Floor

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) Twin beds, wardrobes, chest of drawers, en-suite wet room (accessible for wheelchair user)

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) Double bed, wardrobes, chest of drawers, en-suite shower room

First Floor

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) Double bed, walk in wardrobes, en-suite shower room.

Double bedroom (sleeps 2) Double bed, wardrobes, en-suite shower room.

Twin bedroom (sleeps 3) two single beds, day bed, walk in wardrobes, -en-suite shower room.

Double bedroom (sleeps 3) Double bed, day bed, wardrobes, en-suite shower room.

Double bedroom (sleeps 3) Double bed, day bed, wardrobes, en-suite shower room.

Double bedroom (sleeps 3) Double bed, day bed wardrobes, en-suite shower room.

Family bathroom with bath and shower cubicle.

Family shower room

Services

Gas central heating

Catering available on request

Livery

Wi-Fi

Local Information about Salisbury, Wiltshire

There is much to see and do in this lovely part of Wiltshire. The cathedral city of Salisbury is only a 25 minute walk or a couple of miles by car, with its stunning cathedral, a huge array of shops and great places to eat out. You must not miss a visit to the Cathedral, with Europe's oldest working clock, Britain's tallest spire and the best preserved of the 4 surviving original copies of the Magna Carta manuscripts. If you have a head for heights then a tower tour is a must for spectacular views of the city.

Why not attend choral evensong at Salisbury Cathedral - this takes place every day and is a concert in itself, open to all and is free! Walk from Salisbury to Old Sarum via the path along the river and enjoy the magnificent views from the outer bailey. Stroll around Salisbury's medieval city centre or Cathedral Close and admire the huge variety of architecture. Take part in guided walks and visits as part of the annual Heritage Open Days programme each September.

Of course, any visitor to Salisbury will be keen to go and see Stonehenge. Unlike any structure on this earth, the mysterious stones continue to amaze holiday makers to this day. Make sure you get there early in the morning or late in the day to avoid the rush.

Longleat, England's first safari park with animals roaming is a great day out for the all. A visit to the New Forest is also good entertainment for the family, take a picnic and join in with activities such as canoeing, kayaking, archery and family combat are all available.

With the Wildlife Trust's Langford Lakes Nature Reserve and the many cycle routes around the area's beautiful countryside, there is so much to keep everyone busy. Visit Downton Moot - an 18th century landscape garden in a lovely setting beside the River Avon if you have time. With many beautiful villages withpicturesque houses and traditional English pubs to explore - this is England at its best and we don't think you will be disappointed!

For further ideas please look at the 'Things to do' section of the website.

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