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Self-catering holiday cottages in Trowbridge

Trowbridge, the county town of Wiltshire, was renowned for being a major British weaving centre between the 14th and late 20th centuries, and the legacy for the buildings used – both industrial and those owned by the wealthy merchants - remains to this day. And if you walk the town (there is a formal walk you can follow if you wish) you’ll find several plaques dedicated to a very famous Englishman born in the town – the inventor of shorthand writing, Sir Isaac Pitman. Trowbridge, while it was once an industrial town, has some fine architecture to interest the town rambler and their camera.

For those who enjoy using their wallet for a holiday cottage larder replenishment session, the town offers a wonderfully compact hub for shopping, with two shopping centres as well as plenty of independent shops on the ancient Fore Street. The weekly market is also held every Wednesday - wonderful for the self caterer and there are wonderful traditional pubs serving great food too.

Open plan living space | The Milking Parlour, Keevil, near Trowbridge

The Milking Parlour, Wiltshire

Pet friendly cottage in Keevil, near Trowbridge with 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4. Enclosed Garden/Patio, Golf nearby, Short Breaks All Year.

This comfortable, wheelchair friendly, former milking parlour, surrounded by countryside, is conveniently located for exploring the beautiful county of Wiltshire with its many historical...

  • Detached Property
  • Ground Floor Facilities
  • Rural Location
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Woodburning Stove
  • WiFi
  • Fishing Nearby/On-site
  • Pet Friendly
  • Welcome Cottages
  • All En-suite
  • Open Plan
  • Accessible Cottages
  • Ground Floor Wet Room
  • Walk-in Shower/Bath
  • Entrance Ramp/Level Access
  • Grab Rails
  • Bath/Shower Seat
  • Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Last Minute Breaks
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Staying in Trowbridge

You can learn all about the local weaving heritage at the town’s museum and art gallery where there are also sometimes activities running for children. For those wanting something very different, the Glass Hub, just west of the town, is a superb day out for people who fancy themselves as amateur glassblowers. There are also plenty of walks in the immediate area around Trowbridge and restaurants and pubs to relax in to enjoy a well-earned meal or drink.