Tastefully decorated and beautifully equipped 2 bedroom character cottage
About Dinah Hancock
I was born in Bradford-on-Avon and have lived here all my life. I now have the opportunity to share this great place with others and my aim is to provide high quality accommodation in a peaceful and tranquil location.
Dinah Hancock purchased this Cottage in 2016
Why Dinah Hancock chose Bradford-on-Avon
The Old Chapel combines period charm with modern convenience in a really lovely location. It is located in a car free road ensuring total peace and quiet and a short walk from the centre of Bradford-on-Avon. The chapel is Grade II listed and built of the local stone with attractive arched 'ecclesiastical style' windows and exposed beams in the second bedroom. It benefits from facing south and enjoys sunshine throughout the day.
What makes this Cottage unique
This recent review from one of my guests I think sums up the Old Chapel perfectly! Beautifully clean, peaceful stay with charming character Bearfield Buildings, 2b, Bradford-on-Avon, BA15 1RP, United Kingdom Date of Stay 9 Nov 2018 We had one of our best ever stays - the property is exactly as shown in the photographs, immaculately clean everywhere and full of charm. The fresh flowers and hamper on arrival was a lovely touch along with fresh bread and milk/butter in the fridge. The kitchen is very well equipped with plenty of new pans, cutlery, mugs, glasses, knife set, spices, serving bowls and more. The beds were extremely comfortable with fresh towels and little shampoos/conditioners provided. The parking is not an issue because you can park for free on the main road (only a residential quiet road) and there were always spaces. The property is down a pathway just 1 minute walk away. You can walk into town very easily, just follow a straight path for about 10mins. There is also a small Coop nearby for groceries which was handy. We had such a peaceful stay and would not hesitate to return again. Thank you!
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Beautiful cottage - just as described!
As described, the cottage is in a quiet location outside the town centre, and thoughtfully and comfortably furnished. It exceeded our expectations and everything was perfect, including the welcome basket of eggs and breakfast items. We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay there and would happily return for another visit/recommend to family/friends, as Bradford on Avon is a charming and historically interesting town.
I would highly recommend this wonderful home . It is close to town we walked in to town and back . The owner has it equipped with all essentials including snacks and a fresh loaf of bread . It was a warm and inviting experience that we all totally enjoyed. The town is also a great place to stop and visit ant as crowded as other Cotswold towns we stopped in . Thank you for sharing your home with us.
Thanks Dinah for a lovely stay. The chapel was very homely and welcoming. We enjoyed the goodies too.
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage. There was more than enough room for us. Dinah left a great welcome basket. We really enjoyed the loaf of bread, cereal, and eggs. We cooked a few of our meals in the kitchen, and we enjoyed coming home to a place that felt like home. The central location was perfect for our itinerary, which included Salisbury/Stonehenge, Bath, The Cotswolds, and Chepstow. If we are able to make it back to this part of England in the future, we will definitely return!
Superbly appointed Cottage
Had a great stay .Quality finishing touches complimented cottage which has a great layout whichsuited the two of us perfectly .
An amazing cottage
A wonderful place to stay with absolutely everything you need. We loved it so much we cancelled our dinner reservations, just to stay in and enjoy the coziness. Would recommend to anyone.
The market town of Bradford-on-Avon is steeped in history dating back to Roman times. It owes much of its prosperity and beautiful architecture to the wool trade. Today visitors enjoy exploring the historic buildings, interesting shops, numerous restaurants, cafes and pubs which are scattered around the narrow streets. The Kennet and Avon canal which played an essential role in the wool trade now offers visitors the chance to walk, cycle, canoe or take a boat trip through the beautiful countryside.