Bijoux beauty in the pretty Wiltshire countryside, this tiny home offers comfort and style throughout.
Wiltshire Tiny House is listed in affiliation with Airbnb.
Mysterious standing stones, a historic cathedral and snuggling down for the evening in a traditional country pub - a visit to The Tiny House gives guests the location and the freedom to enjoy rural Wiltshire's many delights.
Visitors approach this small, but perfectly formed home, with the sound of their feet crunching on gravel underfoot as they travel along the footpath to the front door. The entrance takes guests past beautifully maintained gardens and huge terracotta planters overflowing with herbs and wild grasses.
Double glass doors provide the entry to the bijoux living and dining area. Exposed brick, large grey floor tiles and a corrugated iron wall-feature give the space a modern industrial vibe. A cosy sofa sits directly opposite a large square window which has magnificent views of the lush trees outside. And underneath is a table on wheels which has a multiple uses, as a dining area or a work station, as required.
Entertainment comes in the form of a flat screen, wall-mounted television for a chilled evening binging a box set. A cute tree-trunk coffee table makes the perfect spot for keeping that glass of wine close to hand, while a wood burner helps keep that chilled evening cosy and warm.
Through from the living room is the well-equipped and stylish kitchen with a fridge, oven and separate hob. A window looks out onto the pretty outdoor area. The Tiny House bedroom is situated on a mezzanine accessed from the living area by a sturdy ladder. The comfy double bed has quality cotton linen and extra cosiness comes courtesy of a locally-crafted woollen blanket.
Reading lights are mounted on the exposed wooden boards behind the bed and a large door offers views outside. There is an ensuite bathroom, full of copper pipe work bought alive by a dark sink and walls, which has shower and old-fashioned style toilet with wall mounted cistern and pull flush.
For morning coffees and pre-dinner beers, head out to the lovely outdoor area, filled with railway sleeper seating and more potted herbs and trees. Relax with a drink and enjoy the views which stretch beyond water meadows and towards the River Avon.
The house is just a couple of miles from Salisbury, a tour around the historic cathedral is a must-do followed by a wander around this attractive city. There are many lovely eateries in the city, check out the oldest, and most haunted, Haunch of Venison or the Ox Row Inn. Both offer the traditional pub experience, fine diners won't be disappointed by dinner at Howard's House Hotel.
Bristol Airport - 1hr 45mins
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