Access Statement


Our cottages are in the beautiful Wiltshire village of Urchfont and offer self-catering accommodation in two converted barns. The Pottery has one double room while Breach Cottage has a double & a twin room suitable for two adults & two children.

Both units retain some of the features of the original barn and are single storey units. Access to the front doors is over a gravelled parking area, which could prove difficult for pushchairs and wheelchairs.


• We are located on the quiet lane through the village.There is a sign for Breach House Cottages and a gravel drive leads from the lane.There is off road parking for one car infront of both cottages .

• The nearest general stores & post office is a 3 minute walk from the cottage & the nearest main shopping center is 5 miles away in Devizes.

• The nearest bus stop is approximately ¼ mile, which runs services to Devizes, Salisbury and Bath.

There is a local bus that can be booked by phone and then the Village bus, which travels to and from Devizes in the mornings and some afternoons. The nearest railway station is 8 miles away at Westbury or Pewsey

• We have one dog and welcome one small well-behaved dog, no cats.

• Our website provides pictures of both interiors and exteriors of the cottages.

• You can contact us by telephone, email or post

Arrival and Car Parking

• Please advise us of your anticipated arrival time so that we can welcome you on your arrival.

• We request our quests to arrive after 3.00pm so that your accommodation is ready. Earlier arrival may, however, be possible by prior arrangement.

• The gravel car park is directly next to both units making transfer of luggage easy.

Main Entrance

• There is a front door leading from the gravel drive to both units

• The key will be in the lock when you arrive.

Guest Accommodation

Breach Cottage

• The front door leads into a corridor running the length of the cottage with all rooms leading off to the right.

• The hall is heated by a storage heater


• The lounge has sofa and two armchairs with an oval low table in the center. There is a wide screened

TV and a DVD.

• The room has a fitted carpet with a rug in the centre.

• There are French windows leading onto the private patio with round wooden patio table with 4 attached seats and a shared walled garden with flower boarders and lawn.

Bedroom 1

• This room is the first door on the right off the corridor. All doors in the cottage will allow wheel chair access. There is a fitted carpet.

• The double bed is 4ft 6”with a firm mattress with access to both sides. We supply both synthetic and feather duvets and pillows and can provide sheets and blankets if required.

• There is a small chest of drawers and a wardrobe.

• A bookcase with a large selection of novels.

• There is a plug in convector heater, which has a thermostat.

Bedroom 2

• This is the second door on the right off the corridor. There is a fitted carpet.

• There are two beds suitable for children. A chest of draws and some hanging space on the back of the door.

• There are two bedside tables with individual side lights.


• Fitted with pine wall and floor units there is an electric cooker, a fridge freezer, a microwave and a washing machine.

• There is a beech wood dining table with 4 dining chairs.

The Pottery

• The front door leads into a tiled L shaped living space with dining table and 4 chairs to the left and seating area in front of a picture window. The kitchen is on the right.

• Lounge area has a night storage heated, a two seated sofa and an arm chair. A TV & DVD & Video.

The floor has loose rugs placed on the tiles.

• The Kitchenette has an electric cooker, a microwave, an undercounter fridge which does not have a freezer compartment but quests can use the freezer in a separate building across the drive. There is also a washing machine in a separate building for the use of the quests.

• The bedroom has a double bed, a wardrobe with a low drawer, a chest of 3 draws and a night storage heater.


WiFi broadband connection is provided free, but is subject to low connection speeds due to the nature of rural BT connectivity.
Mobile phone signal strenght in the area and low.