Underwood House is a delightful south-facing manor with impressive views of the surrounding countryside in East Knoyle, Wiltshire. The generous balcony and grounds ensure relaxation, and the spacious interior offers a farmhouse kitchen, a cosy log fire, bespoke furnishings, oak beams and charm.
Underwood House is an impressive south-facing manor with lovely views of the meadow and countryside near East Knoyle in Wiltshire. The rural cottage captures the views with a generous first-floor balcony as well as a furnished terrace and offers guests spacious rooms with a farmhouse style and living areas with a log fire.
The generous grounds connect the cottage to the surrounding countryside and include sloping lawned areas and a five-acre meadow, as well as furnished patios for al fresco dining and barbecues. Entertaining is also invited on the south-facing balcony on the first floor.
Views can be savoured from the 40ft farmhouse kitchen/dining room with patio doors to the terrace plus bespoke oak units, black granite worktops, island and solid oak floor, while the comfortable sitting area offers plush sofas, oak beams and open log fire. The drawing room promises further relaxation.
The elegant bedrooms include a twin room fully tiled wet room with shower, a twin with balcony access and two double rooms, one with an en-suite shower. The two master bedrooms include balcony access and feature a double aspect room with armchair reading area, 5' bed and en-suite with bath, separate shower tower and Italian marble sinks. The second master room contains a 5' bed and en-suite with bath and shower. The family bathroom contains a bath with an electric shower.
Visitors to Underwood House are spoilt with outdoor spaces and lovely views and can rely on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, limestone floors, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as 48 inch HD TV x 2, CD and DVD players and a selection of books and DVDs.
Underwood House sits amid a meadow near East Knoyle. The cottage is also close to Longleat Safari Park, Bath, Old Wardour Castle, Nunney Castle and Stonehenge, plus Salisbury and the remainder of Wiltshire.