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.
Self-contained annexe with a bright, first floor studio bedroom/living room and a kitchen and shower room below. The Loft Room has its own entrance and off-road parking. Situated in the heart of the beautiful Berkshire countryside with fantastic walks and a great local pub, but only ten minutes drive from J12 of the M4 and 25 minutes from Paddington by train. Pangbourne village is three miles away with a host of amenities. Would suit short-stay visitors or weekly commuters on a longer term let.
Part of charming thatched cottage in this attractive South Oxfordshire village, between Didcot (2.5 miles) and Wallingford (3.5 miles). The accommodation has its own entrance, private sitting room - with inglenook fireplace (only use electric fire provided) - and steep, winding stairs leading to the large bedroom with vaulted ceiling and superking bed. Guests will have sole use of the adjoining bathroom. Period features also include low beams, but rule out a shower.