The Cottage at Marshwood Farm

Salisbury, Wiltshire
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    Type Self Catering
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    Units 1
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    Sleeps 2 - 4
  • £290 - £490 per week

Details

The cottage is attached to Marshwood Farmhouse dating from the 17th century.

The property has been tastefully renovated retaining many original features. The historic town of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles. Other places of interest include Stonehenge, Avebury, Longleat House and Safari Park, Stourhead. Ideal for walking, cycling and touring.

Farm Stay also has a bed and breakfast property at this location. Using the Advance Search facility search for Marshwood Farm for details.

Ratings

  • SC Enjoy England 4 Star
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
  • Self Catering icon
    The Cottage
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    Sleeps 4
  • £290 - £490 per week

Character cottage attached to farmhouse dating from 17th century

Rating:
4 star
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Additional Directions Information

car arrival: From A36/A303 intersection at Wylye, go into village of Wylye, follow Dinton signs through village, we are approximately 4 miles on the right hand side. The Cottage is attached to Marshwood Farmhouse.

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