Cheyne Cottage is a lovely cottage and a great base for exploring Wiltshire and getting to Stonehenge and Avebury. Had a great weekend staying there with friends; has a lovely patio in the well kept garden, with table for sitting out in the sunshine and also loads of space inside.
The owner Bruce was very welcoming and even brought us a yummy homemade cake.
Will be booking for next year!
Six of us stayed in Cheyne Cottage while visiting family in Potterne -- it was the perfect accommodation in a lovely location. Bruce (owner) was very responsive, cheerful, always available if we needed him, and even left some wine and home-baked cake for us to enjoy. The house was comfortable, warm, well equipped, and nicely furnished. We were able to cook a big meal and host a good-size crowd for dinner. It was winter so we didn't use the outdoor area, but it looked like it would be great in warm weather. The cottage is a 3 minute walk from a pub that serves yummy food, and just a few minutes drive from Devizes, a lovely market town with everything you might need or want. If the six of us are in the area again and we need a place to stay, we would definitely go back to Cheyne Cottage!
We stayed at Cheyne cottage in June for my mum and dads ruby wedding anniversary. It was a lovely cottage and we were welcomed by Bruce the owner. A lovely welcome received with a home made cake and bottle of wine. Bruve was also on hand when we managed to lock ourselves out and he came to the rescue. Perfect base for Longleat safari park only about half hour drive away. Will defo book again! Plenty of space for 6 adults and my 2 year old Nephew who kept saying 'i love your holiday home aunti Mel'.
The weather was lovely si we enjoyed spending time in the garden.
We also visited the pub which is literally 2 mins walk away where we had a lovely meal and the owners were really friendly. Great time had by all. Thanks Bruce. Memories made.
We were met at the cottage by Bruce with a welcome pack of a bottle of wine,homemade Victoria Sponge and flowers on the table and information of local attractions.Which included the local walks around the village,The canal boat ride in Devizes which was great fun.A must thing to see are the Caine Locks are amazing,and Lacock Village and Abbey which is National Trust and used in one of the Harry Potter films.Potterne is a lovely place,the locals are very nice and stop to chat when they passing by.The village pub The George and the Dragon serve excellent home cooked food and nothing is to much trouble,the staff were wonderfull,puddings are so good and large portions and a bonus 2minutes walk from the cottage.will visit again.
Thank you Bruce for allowing me and my family to stay at your cottage. It was warm, comfortable and spacious. It is ideally situated right next to Devizes, Trowbridge and Melksham. Very picturesque scenery near by. I would recommend this cottage to anybody.