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Frome

The Weaver's Cottage

The Weaver's Cottage

An 18th century weaver's cottage in uber hip Frome. Find it on a hidden street in the heart of the old town; just a few steps away from Frome's famous Catherine Hill; independent shops and cafes galore. 2 bedrooms, 2 setups.

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Workspaces

2 – 3 Credits

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The Setup

The Setup

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Apple Studio Display, Herman Miller Aeron, and the classic Pegg desk, designed by Michael Buick. Magic keyboard, trackpad II, laptop stand, and universal adapter.

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As fast as you expect from an Ashore - a comfortable 60+ mbps

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The Need to Know

The Need to Know

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Frome, Somerset

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Comes with a parking space - rare for the centre of Frome!

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Alternatively, take a scenic train ride to reach an Ashore stay in Frome - it takes about 2 hours on the train from London Paddington with changes via Reading and Bristol (and the cottage is a short 15 minute stroll from the station).

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Pet-friendly - feel free to bring your pet!

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Hammock in the garden for your afternoon siesta.

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Two double bedrooms, with a sofa-bed available in a separate 3rd space too.

The Location

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Frome has become a foodie paradise - our favourites include The High Pavement, Nook and The River House.

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If you want to get out into the countryside and see something grand, The Longleat Estate is close by - a 16th century ex-priory with 900 acres designed by Capability Brown, Longleat is widely considered one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain.

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Keen to keep fit during your stay? There's a bouldering centre, a yoga studio above a greengrocer and countryside walks galore.

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Keen to discover Frome's nightlife? There's a hidden 1920s speakeasy - but you have to go find it!

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Frome is the cultural capital of the South-West - art galleries, a strong musical heritage and one of the best independent record stores in the UK are all ready for you to explore.

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