Hotel Accommodation in Bradford-on-Avon
Guide providing hotel and guest accommodation in Bradford-on-Avon. Our directory contains detailed information for cheap hotel rooms, bed and breakfast, luxury and discount accommodation deals.
Burghope is a jewel of a 13th Century house overlooking the glorious Avon Valley, located on the Wiltshire border at the gateway to England's West Country, 10 minutes from Bath city centre. Accommodation at Burghope will refresh you to enjoy the delights of the area and give you a memorable experience of staying at a wonderful historic country house and also offers home-cooked evening meals. Featured
The Latona Leisure Group own and operate country house hotels in the West Country, and specialise in providing quality three-star accommodation in a choice of stunning picturesque, coastal and rural locations. The Hotels, all members of Best Western, are strategically placed with easy access to the M4/M5 motorways and close to all the major tourist attractions and delights of the West Country. All
All our guest rooms are comfortable en-suite (with shower) rooms, with half overlooking the River Avon. We have 5 Double Bed Rooms. 5 Twin Bedded Rooms and one family room with 4 single beds. Our Kitchens were comprehensively upgraded a few years ago and our staff offer a range of traditional home cooked food every day from 12.00 - 2.30pm and in the evening from 6:00 - 8.30pm; with the exception of
Widbrook Grange, home of resident owners Jane and Peter Wragg is an elegant 250 year old Georgian country house hotel peacefully located in 11 acres of grounds on the outskirts of the ancient town of Bradford-on-Avon. The hotel lies on the edge of the Cotswolds amidst rolling countryside yet is only 20 minutes from the historic city of Bath and Lord Bath's magnificent Longleat stately home and safari
Sitting in 14 acres of its own grounds, Woolley Grange conference hotel is set in beautiful countryside with far reaching views of the White Horse at Westbury. A Jacobean manor house built in the early 17th century and a family home for over 400 years, it was opened by Nigel Chapman and his wife in 1989. Situated on the fringe of the medieval wool town, Bradford on Avon and just 8 miles from the city