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Trip The Daisy

16th Century Cottage on Border of Wiltshire & Oxfordshire

A unique and distinguished 16C cottage on the border of Wiltshire and Oxfordshire

Trip The Daisy is the embodiment of the quintessential English cottage. It looks like a larger version of the house in the movie “The Holiday”; it is seriously charming. Dating from the 16th Century it has an interesting history and ended up being a pub at one stage, whose owner had a famous racing Dog called Trip The Daisy. It includes a conservatory, a thatched guest house, a sauna, a well, a walled in garden exploding with flowers and apple trees in the Summer, a purpose built bbq with an outdoor dining hut, and a completely separate house with it’s own garden by the garage. So many Londoners turn to the English countryside at weekends specially with small children, plenty of room to run around, get fresh air and spend the many school holidays. 1h 15m from West London. For more information please contact us.

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