The South West
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.
Comes with a parking space - rare for the centre of Frome!
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).
Pet-friendly - feel free to bring your pet!
Hammock in the garden for your afternoon siesta.
Two double bedrooms, with a sofa-bed available in a separate 3rd space too.
Apple Studio Display, Herman Miller Aeron, and the classic Pegg desk, designed by Michael Buick. Magic keyboard, trackpad II, laptop stand, and universal adapter.
As fast as you expect from an Ashore - a comfortable 60+ mbps
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.
Keen to discover Frome's nightlife? There's a hidden 1920s speakeasy - but you have to go find it!
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.