The Market Town of Malmesbury is located 5 miles south east of Tetbury. The town offers a wealth of 17th and 18th century buildings, many of which are now host to bright and friendly shops and inns. The town is famous for its 7th century Abbey and the Abbey Gardens including its extensive collection of roses.
Malmesbury offers easy access to everything the south Cotswolds has to offer in the form of visitor attractions. Eventing at the Badminton Horse Trials or the Festival of British Eventing; National Hunt racing at the Cheltenham Festival; hunting with the Beaufort or Vale of White Horse; polo at the Beaufort or Cirencester Park polo clubs.
For the less country pursuit minded there are a wealth of other local attractions such as Westonbirt Arboretum; Highgrove and Abbey House Gardens or the annual Womad Festival.
Malmesbury boasts the oldest borough charter in the country and with its Abbey draws visitors year round from far and wide; whilst the ancient wool marketing town of Tetbury is a major antiques centre with over 30 antique shops in its environs.
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THE OLDEST HOTEL IN ENGLAND
The Old Bell located in the town of Maimesbury, is a luxury 33-room, 3-star luxury hotel featuring comfortable lodging within a four-minute walk from Malmesbury Town Centre.
Each of the elegant guest rooms are individually designed with comfortable furnishings including a work desk, a flat-screen television with satellite channels, premium bedding, coffee and tea making facilities, free Wi-Fi, and en suite bathrooms with shower and complimentary toiletries. Many of the rooms featuring period features including sleigh beds, exposed beams, and freestanding bathtubs.
The historic Old Bell features a 24-hour reception desk, a concierge service, and function rooms for meetings and receptions. Secure luggage storage, dry cleaning and laundry services are available.
The hotel serves a hot complimentary English breakfast each morning. Dining and drink options include a stylish onsite restaurant and bar/lounge.
The property is less than a 10-minute drive from Westonbirt, the National Arboretum.
The Old Bell Hotel
Abbey Row, Malmesbury
Wiltshire, SN16 0BW
Whatley Manor offers opulent 5-star accommodation in a restored 19th Century Cotswold manor house, where it boasts Michelin-starred cuisine in The Dining Room, and one of the country’s top spas — the Aquarias. The manor is three miles from Malmesbury Town and Malmesbury Abbey, as well as Westonbirt Arboretum, and ten miles from Castle Combe.
All rooms and suites are individually designed and luxuriously furnished, and come with a minimum standard of L’Occitaine amenities, Bang & Olufsen audio and visual fittings, complimentary Wi-Fi and DVD library access.
The manor features 12 acres of manicured gardens, a 40 seat cinema, and function space, while valet parking is included in room rates.
Complimentary English and continental breakfasts are served daily, and Le Mazot brasserie is open for lunch and dinner service.
Whatley Manor is about 35 minutes’ drive away from Bristol and Bath.
Traditional Cotswold farmhouse furnished to the highest
standard. Lovely gardens with stream and tennis court. Delicious breakfasts, close
to excellent pub.
A traditional Cotswold farmhouse on the Wiltshire & Gloucestershire borders.
It is set in a large garden with a stream and lovely sunny terrace. There is also
a tennis court for the use of guests. It is furnished to a high standard with a comfortable
sitting room and an elegant dining room in which a delicious breakfast is served.
There is an excellent pub within ½ mile and the accommodation is set amidst
attractive countryside on the edge of a network of footpaths which lead to neighbouring
villages and beyond.
There are many places of interest to visit in the surrounding area. The nearest
being Malmesbury which is England's oldest borough and is dominated by the Abbey
and its gardens which feature hundreds of different varieties of roses. Also within
easy reach is Westonbirt Aboretum, famous for its Autumn colours.
Tariff - Bed and Breakfast per night - Double/Twin from £70.00, Single from £45.00
Lovett Farm is a family run
working farm that has been in the family for four generations.
We have cattle and sheep grazing and you may also see
deer, pheasants, and ducks on our pond.
Our home is situated just three miles from the beautiful ancient town of Malmesbury,
which is the oldest borough in England. There you will see the magnificent 800 year
old Norman Abbey built for the Benedictine Monastery which was founded in the 7th
Century, also the lovely Market Cross.
Our delightful farmhouse accommodation offers home from home comfort and has wonderful
views from the double and twin bedrooms; both have en-suite showers, hairdryer, colour
television, radio alarm, complementary tea and coffee facilities and many thoughtful
Breakfast is served in our cosy dining/sitting room where you will find a good selection
of books to read. We have an extensive breakfast menu and use local produce when possible,
including homemade jams, marmalade and locally produced honey. Any special dietary
requirements can be catered for on request.
Sorry that we are unable to accommodate children under the
age of 12.
Please note that we are unable to accept pets.
Lovett Farm has a no smoking policy.
Ample parking for visitors.
Lovett Farm is temporarily closed so not taking bookings
Lovett Farm, Little Somerford, Near Malmesbury,
Welcome to School House. It is an unique grade II converted School, it still retains the character of the school of its ancestry. School House is the private home of John and Julia and their children. We offer a ground floor bedroom, a bathroom and an additional room to cater for children if required. The bedroom is positioned in a separate corner of the ground floor, with easy access to the large sitting room and dining room where you are welcome to spend time. From here one can enjoy the views of the garden and open fields.
School House is located in Charlton, a small village 3 miles from Malmesbury. It is essentially an estate owned village, as the majority of the properties are owned by the Charlton Park. We are 7.7 miles North from junction 17 on the M4. We are easily accessible to London,Bristol, Bath and Cheltenham.
The large double bedroom is located on the ground floor in a corner wing of the house. It has access to the front hall. One is free to come and go via the front door with your own key if required. The room has plenty of storage space and hanging hooks for smart clothes. The room has a King size bed and comes with 100% cotton linen, plump pillows and an electric blanket if required. Tea and Coffee making facilities, free wifi, TV and Bottled Water. The bathroom is airy with the choice of a bath or an overhead shower and a selection of toiletries.
The family drawing and dining room, is the old school classroom of the house and consists of a magnificent vaulted ceiling. The large french doors lead into the South facing garden, The open fireplace can be lit to take away the evening chill. You are welcome to spend time here anytime. Breakfast is served here.
Bed and Breakfast per night for two people sharing £75.00 per night
Single occupancy is £55.00 per night
£10 per child extra; camp beds available for up to 3 children
Dicounts available for longer stays
School House, Charlton, Malmesbury,
Located in the village of Brokenborough 2 miles from Malmesbury and 18 miles from Bath.
The Horse Guards features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Very friendly hosts and staff.
The delightful large bedrooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. Every room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.
There is luggage storage space at the property.
Bristol is 23 miles from The Horse Guards, and Cheltenham is 21 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Bristol Airport, 29 miles from The Horse Guards.
Guests praise The Horse Guards for its exceptional service.
This property also has one of the top-rated locations in Brokenborough! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.1 for a two-person trip.