The Old Stables getaway Great Cheverall SN10 5YA
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PROPERTY
Nestled in the grounds of a magnificent Georgian Old Rectory built in 1842 with sweeping lawns and stunning gardens, The Old Stables has been painstakingly restored by it's interior designer owner combining a superb modern kitchen and wet room with traditional oak beams, antique, OKA and French furniture. Egyptian cotton sheets and fluffy towels from The White Company ensure this is a truly luxurious sanctuary away from it all. Oak French doors open into a huge airy open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room equipped with everything you could possibly need. The large bedroom with Kingsize bed is romantic and peaceful with an adjoining beautiful stone tiled wet room with shower, WC and basin, all have cosy underfloor heating.

The venue is perfect for brides to be, who are welcome to invite hair, makeup and family to help prepare for their big day, they can take unforgettable photographs in the gorgeous garden before heading off for their nuptials and return with the groom for the wedding night.
The Old Stables is a separate property from the main house with it's own front door and parking. For the privacy of guests there is a patio area complete with table, chairs and barbeque right outside the property but guests are equally welcome to explore the rest of the 1.65 acre garden and find a quiet spot to watch the sun set.

LOCATION
The Old Stables and Old Rectory are up a quiet lane near the beautiful 13th Century St Peter's Church. There is plenty of parking right outside the property and as it is all on ground floor level with wide doors The Old Stables is suitable for the elderly or disabled.

The village pub serves food only a three minute walk from the property and there's a shop that sells basics including newspapers. The pretty market town of Devizes is 4 miles away with larger shops and a wonderful market on Thursday mornings. Bath with it's famous Roman Baths and Salisbury with it's stunning cathedral are each approximately 20 miles away while Longleat Safari Park is a similar journey. Stonehenge with it's new architectural award winning Visitor Centre is only a twenty minute drive away so we are right in the middle of Wiltshire's landmarks