Our log cabin is a self contained unit at the bottom of our garden. There is one large living area, which has a double bed, sofa and basic cooking facilities. The bathroom has a toilet and shower. The village pub is less than a 5 minute walk and serves great pub food (though currently closed due to Covid-19- they are doing take aways on Wednesday and Friday) Lovely countryside walks are on your doorstep. Pool is now open for the summer.
Court Hill Annexe is attached to a house where Francis Bacon (the artist) used to live. It is a self contained space with sitting room, kitchen, shower room and bedroom. Access is through the front door of the main house but otherwise the annexe is completely self contained. Chieveley is a pretty village in Berkshire with excellent access to Newbury, Reading, Oxford, Swindon or Winchester. Court Hill is set amongst fields ideal for walking.
Prince's Forge is a newly converted cottage with its own private parking, located on the edge of the downland village of Peasemore. It is situated on a quiet country lane, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and has views across the neighbouring fields. It is within easy reach of the A34 and M4 at junction 13, and the local market towns of Newbury, Wantage and Hungerford. The nearest pub for good food and a drink is a short walk away and the local farm shop is close by.