Tisbury, Wiltshire Cottages
Tucked away just off Tisbury's high street, The Mews Cottage is a charming, white-washed, period cottage. The property is comfortably furnished throughout with many homely touches, ideal for a couple looking for a break in a vibrant village in the heart of Wiltshire. With light and sunny south-facing rooms, you'll have a great view of all the local comings and goings from the upstairs windows. Outside there is a garden area with decking at the front of the cottage and there are endless walks right from the front door. A great base for exploring this relatively undiscovered part of Wiltshire.
Enclosed entrance porch.
Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room with electric hob, oven and grill, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, dining table and chairs and French windows to the garden area.
Living Room (via archway) with two sofas, open fireplace containing a wood burning stove, TV and DVD player.
Bedroom One (via partially open staircase) with king size bed (5ft) and chest of drawers.
Bathroom/WC with independent electric shower above the bath and heated towel rail.
There is a patio at the front with a bench.
One small, well behaved pet welcome. Children aged eight and over welcome (unsuitable for those under 8, except babes in arms). Cot and high chair available. No smoking. Off street parking for one car available.
The Mews Cottage is a charming terraced property situated in a small mews just off the High Street in the South Wiltshire village of Tisbury. Tisbury is an attractive village with a useful range of local shops, pubs and a small leisure centre. It has a railway station with a direct service from London Waterloo.
Immediately surrounding the village on the borders of Wiltshire and Dorset is some of the finest countryside in southern England, which forms part of the Cranborne Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The landscape is dotted with attractive villages where many cottages are built of the same limestone used to build Salisbury Cathedral, itself just a 30 minute car journey or 20 minute train excursion from Tisbury. Other visitor attractions in the area are numerous - within an hour's drive are Stonehenge, Longleat, Stourhead Gardens, Wilton House, Old Wardour Castle, as well as the Georgian city of Bath, with its newly opened spa complex. The South Dorset coastline, now designated a World Heritage site, is also less than an hour's car journey away and certainly well worth exploring.
"We stayed here for one week which just happened to coincide with Tisbury's annual carnival. The cottage is perfectly situated in a quiet mews just off the High Street and the town. Though small, it has everything you need for a good holiday. The cottage itself is delightful - cosy, warm, clean and well equipped. The owner's personal touches make it feel very homely. Lots to see within easy driving distance, and some lovely local walks. We particularly enjoyed our visit to Old Wardour Castle which is about ten minutes drive from Tisbury."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-02-04
"We have really enjoyed our week in your beautiful, cosy and homely cottage. The location is great and everything is within a short stroll. Lots to do and see; train service to Salisbury was excellent and Old Wardour Castle is worth a visit. We easily re-couped our National Trust subscription in the week! Thank you for the helpful advice and cards on arrival (and we did enjoy the Carnival!). Best regards."Mr & Mrs Culpin 2016-09-01
"The Mews Cottage in the heart of the gorgeous town of Tisbury is clean, comfortable, well equipped, quiet and a great base for country strolls in all directions. A private car parking space was an added bonus. We could not have chosen a better location for the final week of our UK holiday. Day trips to Dorset & the Jurrasic Coast, Blenheim and Portsmouth were easily achievable and of course some of Wiltshire's key attractions (Salisbury and Stonehenge) are very close by! Jim & Sue Graham Brisbane, Australia"Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2016-05-17