Culver View

Malmesbury, Wiltshire

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Culver View is a dog-friendly historic holiday property arranged over three floors, and set on the city walls of Malmesbury. It was used as a base in the Civil War by Cromwell’s commanding officers.

Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome, and there is ample off-road parking available for 3-4 cars.


The interior is brightly coloured and decorated to a high standard. Gas central heating and a wood burner in the sitting room make this property comfortable all year round. Fuel, power and starter pack are included in the rent.

The bright kitchen diner is spacious and well-equipped, with oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen has built-in space for a dog’s bed, and hooks by the door for leads and towels. Large patio doors lead outside.

The sitting room has ample comfortable seating with a wood burner set into the fireplace.

There are three bedrooms in total. A double and a twin (which can be a second double on request) can be found on the first floor, along with a family bathroom with underfloor heating. The master suite is on the top floor, with double bed and ensuite shower room, complete with underfloor heating and heated mirror to prevent steaming. Bed linen and towels are included in the rent.

Free WiFi is available for guest use.


At the rear, there is an enclosed garden with a patio, seating and a lawn, perfect for your dogs to explore.

There is also a pet shower with a hot and cold mixer hose to clean your dog’s paws and coat after a muddy walk.

Location and surrounding area

A pub and a shop can be conveniently found less than a mile away, and there are plenty of dog-friendly walks very close by.

The town of Malmesbury dates back to the Iron Age, and has a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants, most of which are just five minutes’ walk from the property. There is also plenty of history to discover, including a 15th century Market Cross and the ruins of a 7th century Benedictine abbey.

If you’re in the mood for a short drive, investigate the nearby towns of Tetbury and Cirencester, or enjoy a city stroll around Bath and Bristol.

Cottage location

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