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The Old Chapel

Wootton Rivers, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 4NQ
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The Old Chapel

About

A beautifully renovated, wonderfully positioned converted chapel in the heart of one of the area's prettiest villages. Wootton Rivers is within the North Wessex downs Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, with beautiful walks along the Kennet & Avon Canal, the Ridgeway and Savernake Forest. The village has a 16th century thatched pub a few doors down from the Chapel. We are also on the National Cycle Network route 4 as well as near to great restaurants such as Stein's and Dan's in Marlborough. 

Perfect for couples looking for a quiet, romantic retreat or young families with one or two small children. The master bedroom is open to the stairs (stair gates top and bottom if required) with bedroom 2 off the main bedroom. (You are welcome to book for three adults as long as you are happy that the person in bedroom 2 must access the stairs and bathroom through the main bedroom.)

The kitchen is fully equipped including dishwasher and washing machine. There is also a heated airer, iron and ironing board at the property. The shower room has under-floor heating.

There is a large fenced garden over looking a field, which typically has cows in during the spring and summer. The garden is currently being landscaped but by the Spring 2019 there will be an outdoor eating space just outside the french windows so you can take in the views. Prior to the garden being finished, you are still very welcome to access it, especially those who need to let their dogs out (but please remove any dog mess).

Guest access

The whole property

Interaction with guests

We are available to contact most of the time on the telephone but please be aware that we both work during the week and so please bear with us if we don't reply immediately. There will be an emergency contact number at the property. When we are in the village (we live very nearby) we can come to greet you or answer any queries.

Other things to note

For foodies their is a wide choice of excellent pubs and restaurants in the local area, including: Rick Stein's, Dan's and Zaika in Marlborough, The Swan in Grafton, Red Lion in West Chisenbury, The Outside Chance in Manton, The Bell at West Overton and many others.

For those using the Old Chapel as a base to explore, we are only 20 mins (11 miles) by car from Avebury Neolithic Stone Circle and 35 mins (20 miles) from the more famous Stonehenge!

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

M4 from London, take J14 onto the A338 towards Hungerford then take the A4, Bath Road to Marlborough. Take left onto Savernake Road; take right onto Ram Alley; right onto A346; take left onto Forest Road and continue for 1.1 mile. The Old Chapel is on the left.

Public Transport Directions

Railway station: -        Pewsey, 3.3 miles (9 minutes by car) 4.1 miles along the canal (20 minutes by bike; 1hr 10 on foot) Airports:  -        Heathrow:  66.5 miles (1hr 20 by car) -        Southampton:  45.4 miles (1hr by car) -        Bristol: 62.5 miles (1hr 20 by car) -        Luton: 95 miles (1hr 50 by car)

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age) - Max 1 child over age 5, max 2 children under age of 5.

Establishment Features

  • Wireless internet (WiFi) connection available

Key Features

  • In countryside

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • Maestro accepted - Via Airbnb.
  • MasterCard accepted - Via Airbnb.
  • Visa accepted - Via Airbnb.

Room / Unit Features

  • Fridge
  • Television available

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