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Self-Catering in Warminster

Clock Cottage, Warminster, Wiltshire

Clock Cottage

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Clock Cottage sits in a leafy hollow along a long country lane set amidst the peacefully rolling Wiltshire Countryside. After a mile the lane continues on into a footpath and footbridge over the beautiful Wylye River to Hunters Moon, a Hoseasons fishing village, which offers bar and restaurant facilities. Longleat Estate, Safari Park and Centre Parc's are all within a 5 minute drive of the property. The historic cities of Salisbury and Bath are 20 minutes away by car. Stonehenge, Stourhead & Lacock Abbey are also close by. The market town of Warminster is a 15 minute walk from the property for local shops and amenities.

Relax and unwind in the wonderfully peaceful surroundings or walk along the charming lanes, woodland paths & grassy green meadows. Enjoy the local architecture of the thatched cottages and the Georgian market town of Warminster which will take you back to days of yore. Visit the nearby attractions to find out what secrets the West Country holds. Visit the many local pubs serving real ale and home cooked food. Visit Centre Parc's - 5 minutes away by car, day passes available from Warminster tourist information centre located in Warminster's central car park

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