Tisbury, Wiltshire Cottages
In a private location on the Wiltshire-Dorset border and set back in its own grounds from a quiet country lane, West Hatch Cottage is an attractive, substantial building with a particularly tranquil feel. Despite the name, is in fact a very spacious house with accommodation for seven guests plus room for a little one if required.
You'll find really comfortable rooms throughout all of which invite guests to kick back and relax. The main bedroom is particularly elegant with its traditional furnishings and antique furniture. Stepping outside onto the terrace you'll be wowed by the incredible views as well as the extensive lawns providing a safe haven for children to play in. A great place for all the family.
Entrance from terrace via small porch to hall.
Drawing Room with large, stone fireplace, wood burning stove, two sofas plus armchair.
and French window to terrace.
Large 'living' Kitchen with oil-fired Aga, dining table for 8 and French windows leading onto a terrace.
Rear hall leading to back entrance.
Living Room/Snug with TV and large contemporary L-shaped sofa, plus table football.
Downstairs Cloakroom with WC.
Master Bedroom with super kingsize bed and Ensuite Shower Room with WC and washbasin.
Bedroom Two with super kingsize bed and Ensuite Bathroom with WC, plus bath with shower attachment.
Bedroom Three with two single beds.
Bedroom Four with one single bed.
Family Bathroom with shower over bath, WC and washbasin.
Large terrace and lawn in front of house. Further large garden at rear. Garden furniture and barbecue. Secure bike storage in an outbuilding.
If you're feeling active then there are wonderful walks, cycle routes, riding stables, excellent game and coarse fishing and several challenging golf courses all round the local area, which falls within Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you fancy a visit to a local pub, then The Forester in nearby Donhead St Andrew is two and a half miles away while Pythouse walled garden and cafe is also well worth a look and is less than a mile away.
Visitor attractions are plentiful with the cathedral city of Salisbury, Georgian Bath, Stonehenge, Stourhead (National Trust), the New Forest National Park and the South Dorset World Heritage coast all being within an hour's drive.
Your nearest town is Tisbury with all the local amenities you might need. Being the largest village in Wiltshire's Nadder Valley, it has a useful range of friendly, independent shops, pubs and tea rooms as well as a sports centre and open air swimming pool, all just five miles away.
"We stayed here with our whole family and our little dog and loved the accommodation including the spacious farmhouse kitchen, with plenty of room for family dinners. The TV room is a wonderful place for the youngsters to 'chill' and the beautiful drawing very welcoming for the grown ups to relax in. Lots of charming pubs nearby and plenty of country walks. The house is very well equipped and everything in perfect working order. A quiet, peaceful location with farmland views and easy access to local amenities and places to visit. We would highly recommend West Hatch Cottage and hope to return one day."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-08-12
"We wanted a place to celebrate my birthday with our children and grandchildren. We were blown away when we got there as the house is so roomy and fully equipped. There are two king size beds plus a twin room and a single. We soon felt at home and spent most of the time playing and relaxing in the garden. None of us wanted to leave and aim to return. Would love to also go there again with friends as you can spread out from the spacious kitchen into the drawing room or the TV/playroom. Thank you for renting out such a lovely house."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-05-23
"We've had a lovely weekend at West Hatch Cottage - it was a family gathering to celebrate my 70th birthday! The house was excellent, had everything we needed and was very nicely presented - the table football in particular had an extensive workout, and the log fire was much enjoyed. The weekend must have been a success because the kids never wanted to watch the TV!"Mr & Mrs Kenton 2016-11-01