Castle CombeCopyright Pam Brophy

Vying for the hypothetical title of prettiest village in England, the Cotswold settlement of Castle Combe has all the necessary qualifications: stone cottages, ancient church, market cross and of course medieval castle... Read More

Hotels in Castle Combe - 3 places to stay

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Castle Inn (The)

Castle Inn (The)

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Set in the market place, the Castle Inn can trace its origins back to the 12th century. Many features of the original construction remain today.

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Manor House Hotel & Golf Club

Manor House Hotel & Golf Club

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For those who choose to enjoy the beauty of the English countryside, The 14th century Manor House Hotel is just perfect. Nestling in 365 acres of secluded parkland, picturesque waterfalls, Italian ... More | Double Room: From 180 + VAT

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The Old House At Home (0.33 miles)

The Old House At Home

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This traditional ivy-clad country freehouse, once winners of the National Pub Caterer of the year and now serving food highly commended by AA, has been established over two decades. Close ... More

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Lugbury House Apartment (1.26 miles)

Lugbury House Apartment
Welcome to our beautiful country home situated in the village of Nettleton which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, we have a self contained large annexe with un-interupted views across the glorious Cotswold ... More | visit website
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The Garden House (1.48 miles)

The Garden House
Enjoy a peaceful night in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. Garden House is located in a former victorian 2 acre working garden and retains many of its original historic features. Guests will be warmly ... More | visit website
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Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast (1.63 miles)

Manor Farm Bed & Breakfast
Manor Farm offers traditional farmhouse bed & breakfast accommodation close to Chippenham. Explore lively market towns, rolling open scenery, stately homes and magnificent gardens plus experiencing the bustling city culture of Swindon and Salisbury. ... More | visit website
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Neeld Arms (1.70 miles)

Neeld Arms

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This 17th century stone country inn is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the ancient and unspoiled village of Grittleton. Grittleton is situated a few miles off junction 17 ... More

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Staddlestones (1.81 miles)

Staddlestones
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The White Hart at Ford (1.85 miles)

The White Hart at Ford

The White Hart at Ford represents everything you would expect from a rambling 16th Century coaching inn. Situated in the on the outskirts of the beautiful Cotswolds, beside a babbling trout stream, the hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Chippenham Leigh Delamere M4 Eastbound (2.59 miles)

Travelodge Chippenham Leigh Delamere M4 Eastbound is located on the M4, close to Chippenham, and provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the Wiltshire countryside. Swindon, Bath and Bristol are all within ... More | visit website

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Lucknam Park (3.40 miles)

Lucknam Park

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Lucknam Park is a magnificent Palladian mansion dating from 1720, and is just minutes from Bath. The lovingly restored hotel is set in 500 acres of parkland Lucknam Park is reached by ... More

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The Jolly Huntsman (3.63 miles)

The Jolly Huntsman

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A privately owned traditional village freehouse offering en-suite accommodation with free wireless broadband. Delicious home cooked breakfasts, lunches and evening meals and an excellent selection of well kept real ales and ... More | visit website

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