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Old Manor (The) "Good Points: Accueil sympathique, chambre propre. On peut arriver tard.
Bad Points: Indications pour l'hôtel sur la route difficiles (pas de panneaux dans le village), robinet monté à l'envers (chambre 3), ..." More
This ancient market town straddles the River Avon and owes its existence to the river. The settlement was established there over 2500 years ago. The name Bradford is said to have been derived from 'Broad Ford' as it the river was forded at the point now marked by the Town Bridge, one of Bradford-on-Avon's principle attractions.
The Normans built the first stone bridge here, possibly replacing an earlier wooden structure. However, the Normans didn't add a parapet and people kept falling off the bridge into the river! The bridge was later widened by the addition of a further stone structure alongside it. If you venture under the bridge you can still see the join. At some point a chapel was added although this was later used as a lock up for town drunks and troublemakers.
The Normans also left their mark in the shape of the ancient Church of the Holy Trinity. Before they arrived the town had also been the site of a roman villa which was later re-discovered on the site of St Laurence playing fields. The restored Tithe Barn at Barton Farm has one of the largest stone roofs in Europe.
Enjoy exclusive use of Whitehill Cottage: stylish, 300 years old, and Grade II Listed for its historical original features. Two double bedrooms, a lovely Bathroom with shower over, a court yard area with patio, four ... More
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The Swan has the comfort and style of a quality hotel, with the character and charm of an old country inn.
The Grade II listed building dates back to the 16th Century. Recently completely refurbished, ... More
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