Fancy a drink? You'll be pleased to hear there is a pub near this cottage
There is space to park your car at The Brewhouse
Power is included in the price of your holiday
A rural location
Relax with the woodburning stove
Need a cot? One can be provided at The Brewhouse
Need a highchair? One can be provided at The Brewhouse
No need to bring towels and linen
Don't take dirty laundry home - use the washing machine at The Brewhouse
There's plenty of walking to be had around The Brewhouse
Keep yourself entertained in the evening with the DVD player
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The Brewhouse, Wiltshire
The holiday cottage "The Brewhouse" can be found in Chippenham - Wiltshire. This cottage sleeps 2 people, and has 1 bedroom.
The Brewhouse may suit you for a romantic break. If a meal out is on the cards, the nearest pub is 250 yards, and the shop is 1 mile from The Brewhouse.
The rating at The Brewhouse is classed as "4 star rating". This means that the cottage will have an excellent standard throughout.
The Brewhouse in Chippenham - sleeps 2 people
Reviews of The Brewhouse
These are the reviews for The Brewhouse. There are 33 reviews.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the brewhouse. It was comfortable and homely, though a bit short of kitchen space. We were made to feel welcome. The owners were very friendly. And the location was good for trips out to places of interest, and also walks. Confirmed Guest (23 May 2015)
We enjoyed our stay, mr and mrs pegram are friendly and helpful. we wanted to do some self catering but found the kitchen equipment limited especially the saucepans which were poor quality. The curtains did not properly fit the windows and there were no blinds. As this property is on a working farm and is single storey it was necessary to keep the curtains closed quite a lot of the time, which was a shame. Blinds would be more practical. Linda from Brentwood (04 April 2015)
Ideal location for walking holiday or local sights. Charlie from Sutton Surrey (28 March 2015)
Lovely cottage, lovely location! Confirmed Guest (16 March 2015)
The directions to the cottage were very clear and we made our way to the cottage very easily. Geoffrey from Hemel Hempstead (20 February 2015)
Small cosy cottage. Very friendly people and dog Gary from London (01 November 2014)
We had a lovely time at the brewhouse with wonderful hosts! we definitely want to go back and would highly recommend it to any of our friends and family. Jenny from Kent (06 September 2014)
Farm location so blissfully quiet apart from occasional animals nearby. Outside parking and picnic area but no private lawn to relax on. Cosy woodburner in lounge; ch and plenty of hot water available. Small kitchen and bathroom. Friendly owners. Elizabeth from London (30 August 2014)
The brewhouse is a lovely cottage. Nice walks in the area and lots of interesting places to visit. Monique from Netherlands (09 August 2014)
Very enjoyable holiday, lovely accommodation, owners extremely helpful and friendly. Patricia from Bury, Lancashire (24 May 2014)
Yes, the owners were very friendly, welcoming and helpful. You were made to feel that it was a home from home. Beautiful cottage with everything that you could require provided. Clean and tidy with heating put on before we arrived and a super base from where we could enjoy the surrounding countryside and places of interest. Would definitely stay there again and recommend to friends and family. Mr H from Xxxx (20 February 2012)
Cottage was very relaxing. Lovely owners with lots of information and a lot to do in the surrounding areas. Trip to Bath was lovely, just a really relaxing long weekend! Mr S from Walthamstow (02 July 2011)
We have already recommended this holiday. A lovely little cottage set in the Wiltshire countryside away from the hustle and bustle of city life... perfect! Mrs P from Basildon (18 June 2011)
A really peaceful location situated in glorious country side. The owners are very friendly and their animals also! Would recommend this location without hesitation 10/10. Mr C from Cambridge (23 May 2011)
The Brewhouse was ideally situated for all major attractions and was located in a peaceful and idyllic setting. The owners were friendly and helpful and the cottage itself was well eqipped and comfortable. We would definitely stay again as The Brewhouse makes for a great relaxing break. Mrs S from King's Lynn (24 April 2011)
The Brewhouse is in a fantastic location to explore both local and further afield attractions; Stonehenge, The Roman Baths, Lacock, Bowood Gardens to name but a few. The owners are fantastic and so helpful, the information provided both before and when we arrived proved very useful. The cottage is so cosy and set in a beautiful location and would be great to explore in the summer months. Miss T from Stoke-On-Trent (23 November 2010)
Lynne and Robert thought of everything! They set the fire ready for us to light when we arrived. The handbook they've got has everything in it, things to do in the area, where to eat, everything you need to know about the cottage. Lovely people to chat to and everything has been well thought out. The animals were also lovely, Oscar's anyone's for a biscuit or two! As for the cottage itself it was perfect for the two of us; cosy, warm and exactly like the pictures. Made a great base for us to go and do some sightseeing, although be warned a long weekend just isn't enough to fit it all in! In two days we went to Salisbury and Bath, visited Stonehenge, Woodhenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Old Sarum and The Roman Baths but there's so much to see in the local area as well. Lacock looked like a beautiful little village and Bowood Gardens.The Foxham Inn was lovely for a nice posh meal out, tad expensive but very much worth it. They also do a fab take away fish and chips. All in all, we loved The Brewhouse and it's owners and would highly recommend it to anyone. Miss T from Stoke-On-Trent (22 November 2010)
We had a wonderful time at The Brewhouse, made all the better by the welcome from Lynne, Robert and Oscar. Mr A from Minehead (19 October 2010)
This was our second visit to the Brewhouse and on returning we were met with a warm welcome from the owners. The cottage is a cosy place to return to after a day out at some of the wonderful attractions in the area. We enjoyed the walk around the farm fields and up to the old canal at the far end of the owners land. We had a one year old with us this time around, and found there was plenty of room for a travel cot. She also loved to see the animals and Oscar the dog who regularly came to visit us! We look forward to returning to the farm sometime soon. Mrs P from Seaham (22 August 2010)
An ideal place for touring to all the local towns and gardens etc. Mrs O from Whitley Bay (11 May 2010)
I'd recommend this property for its peaceful location, easy access to great places to visit in the area and the friendliness of the owners; it was interesting to see how a farm works (for a suburbanite). Ms L from Walton-On-Thames (24 April 2010)
We received a very warm welcome from the hosts, and it is a great place to chill out and recharge your batteries. Mrs B from Isle Of Man (22 February 2010)
Lovely location and comfortable accommodation.Host very welcoming and helpful with suggestions re places to visit and eat. Mr S from Nottingham (14 September 2009)
A fantastic location and a really warm welcome, great place to spend a romantic weekend away. Mr H from Skegness (01 September 2009)
If you require a holiday away from the hustle and busle of every day life with country walks also towns not too great a distance away then this would make an ideal spot. Mr D from Rochester (25 August 2009)
A wonderful area, within easy driving distance of lots of local attractions.The cottage itself is incredibly peaceful, with beautiful views of farmland from the windows.We would definitely recommend this cottage to other holiday makers. Mrs N from Brentwood (06 August 2009)
We would recommend The Brewhouse to anyone who loves the countryside, and especially animals (the dog at the premises 'Oscar' is a tourist attraction all on his own)! The owners were very welcoming, friendly and helpful too and there is plenty to do in the area. Longleat isn't too far, there are lovely towns nearby and there is a lovely walk from the cottage too. Definitely rates 10 out of 10 ! Mrs M from Great Yarmouth (19 July 2009)
A very comfortable cottage, well furnished and equipped. The owners were most welcoming and helpful. A delightful area with so much to see and do. A really good base from which to "discover" the treasures of Wiltshire! Mrs W from Workington (15 June 2009)
Homely accommodation on a working farm. Mr R from Marple Bridge (07 June 2009)
Thank you very much for a lovely holiday. The cottage is really cosy and beautifully appointed. The surrounding countryside is lovely and we really enjoyed our visit. Don't want to go home!! Loved all the animals particularly Oscar - he is a great dog. Mr H from Malvern (08 March 2009)
Thank you for a lovely weekend we love The Brewhouse and the surrounding area. Would highly recommend The Foxham Inn - great food! Hope to see you again soon. Mr T from Aldershot (08 March 2009)
A really cosy little cottage for two. Comfortable with a warm welcome from the owners and everything you could need is provided. A peaceful location but within easy reach of places to visit. Mrs H from Sheffield (20 February 2009)
Location ideal for walking and within easy reach of Bath and Swindon Retail Outlet. Pub within walking distance with good restaurant. Really central location for shopping yet really peaceful and relaxing. Mr Y from Narberth (27 October 2008)
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