Corsham is an ideal place to stay for exploring the southern Cotswolds.
Corsham is a delightful historic market town on the southwestern edge of the Cotswolds, about 3 miles south west of Chippenham,
4 miles north west of Melksham, 7 miles north east of Bradford-on-Avon and about 8 miles
Corsham was historically a centre for agriculture and
later the wool industry, and remains a focus for quarrying Bath Stone. It contains several notable historic buildings, such as the stately home of Corsham Court. In World War II and the Cold War, it became a major administrative and manufacturing centre for the Ministry of Defence, with numerous establishments both above ground and in the old quarry tunnels. The early 21st century saw some growth in Corsham's role in the film industry.
Corsham is on the A4 between Bath and Chippenham and within easy reach of the M4 motorway. There
are bus services from Bath, Devizes and other towns around.
The nearest railway station
with frequent services to Bath, Bristol, London and elsewhere is Chippenham.
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Corsham Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to Church Farm , situated between Bath and Chippenham
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this unique location, nestling on the edge of the Hartham Valley, yet only 8 miles from Bath. We are an working organic Dairy/Beef farm occupying 350 acres of varied pasture and arable land in an AONB.
4 star Accommodation is either in the Farmhouse or Barn and offers comfortable, well appointed ensuite bedrooms with wonderful views overlooking park and farmland. Ample parking is available.
So if you are here for business or pleasure, Church Farm B&B can offer something special.
We have 2 ground floor bedrooms in the barn; "Garden Room" and "Stable End" which are adjacent and open via French windows onto a grassed patio area with tables and chairs. Both rooms have ensuite shower/toilet facilities.
The “Hayloft” is on the first floor of the barn, reached by an outside wooden staircase. This room has a large ensuite shower room and spectacular views across to Hartham Park.
The "Farmhouse Room" in the farmhouse has ensuite Bath/shower/toilet and fantastic views across fields and valley.
Each of the bedrooms has a double and a single bed, so can be used for single, double, twin or triple occupancy. All 4 bedrooms have a TV, well stocked hospitality tray, CH, hairdryers, work tables, Free WIFI and plenty of bathroom accessories. Guests are given their own keys for free access.
All rooms have a double and a single bed as standard and have ensuite facilities.
Rates per room per night.
Single Occupancy: From £45.00 per room; Double/Twin Occupancy: From £75.00 per room; Triple Occupancy: From £85.00 per room; Rates include Full English Breakfast.
Short Breaks (3 nights or more) are available at a discounted rate. There is a 2 night minimum stay at weekends from June – September. We are sorry we do not take children under 12 and we do not accept pets.
Mrs Kate Jones Church Farm Hartham Corsham nr. Chippenham Wiltshire
A beautiful house, full of character and oak beams, nestled
in the stunning Wiltshire countryside, near Bath
The farmhouse is a picturesque Grade II Listed building which was built in 1650 and extended in Victorian times. It is said that Charles Dickens was so inspired by this beautiful Wiltshire village that he named his first successful novel, Pickwick Papers, after it.
Pickwick itself is next to the town of Corsham and situated just 15 minutes from the Georgian city of Bath and 10 minutes from the market town of Chippenham.
All rooms consist of:
Television, radio, hairdryer
Hospitality tray with tea, coffee, hot chocolate & home-made biscuits
All our guests have access to:
Ample free, private, off-road parking
Iron, washing machine & tumble dryer
Comfortable arm chairs to relax in
Pickwick Lodge B&B has an enviable reputation for providing an award winning breakfast - as deemed by the adjudicators of the "Taste of the West". All our ingredients are sourced locally, where possible, to offer the highest standards.