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Welcome To Manson's Yard

Mason’s Yard is in the heart of the village behind the Post Office, entry in to this tucked away court yard is though the double gates from Church Street. The village shop, bakery, train station, pubs, canal and of course the Post Office are all a short walk away. Why not take a wander up the street to collect your morning paper and freshly baked bread.

The accommodation comprises of a row of three cottages with a large communal utility room (white doors in photos) at the end of the row, this has a washing machine, tumble dryer also an iron with ironing board, there’s also plenty of room to store cycles, walking boots etc.

Each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen and oven and hob, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave oven, toaster and kettle etc.
The lounges are comfortably furnished with dining areas, each as flat screen TV with free view and books to read. The bedrooms are well furnished and all the beds have pocket sprung mattresses.

Bathrooms have baths with electric showers over and shower screen, WC and wash basin.

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Cottage No 1 has two bedrooms, a double room with a comfortable double bed. The twin room has two divans beds. This cottage sleeps 4 people.


Cottage No 2
has one good size bedroom with a king size bed.


Cottage No 3
also has a good size bedroom with a double bed.


The cottages are fully equipped to the same high standard as Kestrel Cottage, all heating, electricity, bed linen and towels are included.
There is parking space for one car in front of cottages No. 2 and 3 with a double space in front of No. 1, on the paved area in front of the cottages.
The area is great for walking from gentle strolls around the village with is long and interesting history to longer and more challenging walks further afield.

There are walking maps in all the cottages with a range of short, medium and long walks in the surrounding area.

Great Bedwyn is on the edge of Savernake Forest with an area of 2,500 acres which is full of wildlife and well worth a visit.

There is a regular bus service to Marlborough from where buses run to Salisbury and Swindon also frequent trains to Hungerford, Newbury, Reading and London.