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Ashley Wood Farm


Property Address: Ashley Wood Farm, Kingsdown, Corsham, SN13 8BG

Property Type: B&B

Price Range: £32.50 - £40

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Email: ashleywoodfarm@hotmail.com

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Owner: Kim Sully

Tel: +44 (0)7811 963066

Ashley Wood Farm is an arable and beef farm positioned in a spectacular location enjoying panoramic views over an 'Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty'.

The farm has the benefit of being only 4 miles from the World Heritage City of Bath with its Georgian splendour, whilst surrounded by beautiful open countryside and an abundance of wildlife.

The farmhouse accomodation is presented to a very high standard with every attention to guest comfort. All bedrooms, guest's sitting room and dining room have the benefit of spectacular views together with extensive garden, decks and private parking.

We have the benefit of Bath and its many restaurants only a short distance away. We also have a local pub within walking distance of the farm in addition to a number of other pubs within a three mile radius, all with a good reputation for food.

Enjoy the warm welcome and relaxing atmosphere of Ashley Wood Farm with the additional benefit of a separate entrance, staircase and sitting room.

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