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Tollgate Inn
Ham Green
Holt

Bradford-on-Avon
Wiltshire

BA14 6PX | View map
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Welcome to The Tollgate Inn at Holt, Situated on B3107 between Melksham and Bradford on Avon, near the Historic city of Bath. The Tollgate Inn is renowned for its award winning food and fine real ales, all produce used here is local and free range. Four luxury en-suite bedrooms tastefully furnished with antiques and fireplaces . The ideal place to relax and unwind .

All the bedrooms are ensuite and are luxuriously finished with antiques, fireplaces oak beams and delightful views overlooking the Westbury White Horse, Whilst two overlook the village green. We are set in an acre and a half of land with a paddock beyond where we keep goats and sheep.
In addition we have an outside terrace to dine on in the summer months and a very pleasant garden with established borders to sit and enjoy.

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Ratings/Awards: Publican Catering Pub of the Year 2004
2 AA Rosettes
4 Red Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: From £75
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