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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This period property set in the charming market town of Corsham offers modern en suite accommodation with rustic appeal. The Methuen Arms offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking.
Each elegantly styled room at the Methuen Arms comes with a flat-screen TV and complimentary tea/coffee making facilities. Some boast exposed beamed ceilings and some en suites have free-standing roll-top baths.
Guests can relax by the open fireplace in the bar area or dine in one of the inn’s restaurant rooms. Cooked breakfasts come included and the team of chefs put emphasis on well-sourced produce.
The Town of Corsham has many shops and restaurants and is situated on the railway between London and Bristol, with the historic spa city of Bath just a 20-minute drive away. Stonehenge lies an hour away by car.
Located 1 mile from Corsham town centre and 8 miles from Bath, Guyers House is a friendly and relaxing 17th-century house with free parking, an award-winning restaurant, and impressive leisure facilities.
The elegant rooms feature en suite bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities and a TV. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout, and many have scenic garden views.
The building is set in 12 acres of scenic gardens and grounds surrounded by farmland. For leisure, there is a hard tennis court, a croquet lawn, a fitness room and cricket and golf nets.
Guyers House offers exceptional food and wine, featuring produce from the kitchen gardens and orchard. The restaurant offers lunches and evening meals, and the varied menu uses fresh local ingredients.
Guyers House is 10 minutes from junction 17 of the M4, and combines traditional charm and modern amenities.