Britford, Wiltshire Cottages
Entrance Hallway with Study Area.
Living Room One with sofa, chaise longue and open fireplace containing a wood burning stove.
Living Room Two with sofa, armchair, TV and DVD player.
Kitchen/Dining Room with Welsh slate worktops and flooring, large oven, gas hob, integral dishwasher, integral washer/dyer and large elm trestle table for dining.
Family Bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle.
Bedroom One (via own staircase) with king size bed (5ft), and Ensuite Bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle.
Bedroom Two (via original enclosed staircase) with an antique walnut double bed (4'6"), chest of drawers, brick fireplace (decorative feature only) and original elm floor.
Bedroom Three (via original enclosed staircase) with twin beds.
Enclosed by the original kitchen garden brick wall and 'sheep' hurdles and with its own outdoor lighting system, it has a large paved terrace with elm trestle table and 'Moroccan' lanterns. Weber barbecue provided.
Children welcome. Cot and highchair provided. Sorry no pets. No smoking. WiFi broadband. Friday and Monday arrival days for all bookings.
Just two miles to the south of the cathedral city of Salisbury, the ancient settlement of Britford nestles amidst the water meadows of the Avon Valley. For delicious local and regional produce, try the excellent farm shop in the village, just 100 yards from the cottage.
Salisbury itself is just a short drive, or 15 minute walk along the tow path if you're feeling fit, with its magnificent 13th century Cathedral and Cathedral Close, Charter market place and extensive range of shops, pubs, pavement cafes and restaurants. You'll also find a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, theatre and arts centre.
If you want to experience the outdoors, then the northern edge of the New Forest National Park is around 15 minutes away by car or a little over half an hour's drive takes you to Christchurch on the Dorset coast.
The surrounding area also boasts a huge range of historic sites and family attractions to explore. Top of the 'not to be missed' list are prehistoric Stonehenge andstately homes and gardens such as Wilton House, Longleat and Stourhead.
"The house was just what we wanted; warm, simply furnished, quiet, comfortable."Lane
"We booked Moat Cottage to celebrate my mother's 70th birthday because she loved living in the same cottage and Britford village when she was a child. It was wonderful - the cottage has been carefully extended to provide a modern kitchen and bathrooms yet retains the original cottage layout, features and charm. She was thrilled. We had lots of fun re-creating photos of our family at the cottage 70 years ago with our family today! We arrived late in the evening but the owners had ensured that the cottage was warm and fully prepared. The kitchen is very well equipped - we wanted for nothing. The garden is lovely and I imagine would be great for a barbecue on a summer's day with the kitchen open to the garden. Britford is still a beautiful and unspoilt village, the Saxon church is just along the lane and Robert's Farm Tea Shop just a short stroll away is also lovely. We felt as if we had stepped back in time by 100 years but with all the home comforts of today. Compliments to the owners for taking such care over everything."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2016-11-21
"The Moat Cottage was fantastic; we all had such a great time and left with heavy hearts. If you could pass on our thanks to the owners I would be grateful. Fabulous cottage and we will definitely return."Taryn Scott 2015-03-03