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B and Bs in Steeple Ashton

The Studio
9A Dark Lane North
Steeple Ashton
Wiltshire

BA14 6EY | View map
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A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at The Studio set in the stunning 16th century village of Steeple Ashton which is nestled in the countryside of Wiltshire. Unlike traditional bed and breakfasts there are no set breakfast times as we provide continental and traditional breakfast for user perparation, this means that you can have a lie in and eat your breakfast in your pjs if so desired! Please advise us of your breakfast preferences and any special dietary requirements on booking; the menu options can be found on our website. The authentic gypsy caravan is beautifully refurbished and traditionally decorated creating a perfect romantic getaway. It sleeps two and even has it's own original, very efficient wood burner if it is a bit chilly! The village of Steeple Ashton is renowned for it's beautiful 16th Century church, it's history and it's beautiful walks; maps of the various walks around Steeple Ashton can be found in The Studio for your use. The famous Westbury White Horse is 5 minutes away with some of the most beautiful views and landscape to be seen. The Studio is in the perfect location for those who have come to the area to see the numerous historical sights such as Stonehenge, Avebury Rings, Lacock (where Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibilty and Harry Potter were filmed), Bath with it's Roman baths, Salisbury with it's 13th Century Cathedral but to name a few! For those with children there is Longleat Safari Park and Brokerswood Recreational Park which are both just down the road .

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