Map of The Blue Cottage, Wiltshire


The Blue Cottage, Salisbury
This beautiful 16th century thatched cottage stands on the edge of the small village of Ebbesbourne Wake, hidden away in the Chalke Valley, which runs between the city of Salisbury with its famous cathedral. [more...]


Directions
From Salisbury:
Head out on the Blandford Road (A354) for three miles. As you enter Coombe Bisset, turn right at the left hand bend towards Bishopstone and Broad Chalke. This country road takes you all the way to Ebbesbourne Wake, after about 8 miles. As you enter Ebbesbourne Wake, don't turn right up the hill which by passes the village. Stay on the low road for the village. There is a sharp left hand bend and then a sharp right hand bend. At the right hand bend turn left on to the bridleway which leads to the Blue Cottage.

From Shaftesbury:
Head out on the A30 towards Salisbury. After about 4 miles turn right towards Berwick St John. This country road leads to Ebbesbourne Wake. Pass through Berwick St John and through Alvediston. When you enter Ebbesbourne Wake take the first right on a left hand bend. Follow this round over a small hill and round past the village pub, The Horseshoe. Continue round a right hand bend and down a small hill past the village hall. Turn right at the left hand bend into a bridleway which takes you to the Blue Cottage.

From Blandford:
Head out on the A354 towards Salisbury. After about 9 miles turn left at a roundabout onto the B3081 into Sixpenny Handley. On entering Sixpenny Handley turn right towards Bowerchalke. Follow this road for three miles to the top of a hill where you turn left onto the ox drove, signposted to Ebbesbourne Wake. Follow this road for three miles into Ebbesbourne Wake. At the T junction in the village turn right and pass the pub, The Horseshoe. Continue round a right hand bend and down a small hill past the village hall. Turn right at the left hand bend into a bridleway which takes you to the Blue Cottage.