This beautiful Georgian thatched cottage is nestled in the valley of the River Bourne, to the south of the Vale of Pewsey. Experience a stay in a 300-year-old cottage, complete with beams, a full-sized inglenook fireplace and enhanced with modern creature comforts.
Pat’s Cottage is set within a 100 acre farm and has a very large garden and patio, a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, dining room/workstation, comfy sitting room with a wood burning stove, two double bedrooms and ample parking. The property is not an annexe, extension or barn conversion but an authentic 2-bedroomed cottage.
Every guest has a personal welcome and guidance to the workings of the property.
One well-behaved dog is welcome by arrangement (must stay in the kitchen and garden area, not upstairs and not on the furniture).
Collingbourne Ducis, known for having the largest Saxon burial ground in Wiltshire, has a friendly local pub serving food which is within walking distance as well as a small post office/convenience store for essentials. Two other pubs are within two miles of the cottage, including The Shears Inn, serving an excellent menu. Gastro Nicks Delicatessen is within a mile, offering authentic Italian and local produce as well as an outdoor seating area and takeaway.
Local walking includes the fabulous Collingbourne Woods, passing by the famous Hannon Racing stables. Pewsey, Marlborough, Salisbury, Devizes and Hungerford are easily accessible from Collingbourne Ducis and are well worth a visit and you are about half an hour away from Stonehenge.
Collingbourne is not far from the Kennet & Avon Canal and Savernake Forest both of which offer great off-road cycling. Also close-by are the heritage sites of Crofton Beam Engines and Wilton Windmill.
For the more sporty there is fishing, golf and the Thruxton Motorsport Centre within easy reach.