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Portquin Guest House
Broadbush
Blunsdon

Swindon
Wiltshire

SN26 7DH | View map

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Portquin Guest House in Swindon is a large, extended family home with wonderful views over the Wiltshire countryside. Karen and Ian Jankinson offer a warm welcome to their well-travelled guests, whether on business or family breaks and holidays. There is a selection of spacious single, double, twin and family rooms, all comfortably furnished with central heating, colour T.V. and tea/coffee making facilities. All 9 rooms are en suite. There is free 8mbps broadband access. Our tariff includes the legendary Portquin breakfast, which is served in our friendly 'farmhouse' kitchen. Families are very welcome. For your convenience there is ample parking and spacious patio and garden areas all set in 3.5 acres of beautiful countryside. Portquin Guest House is ideally situated in a village setting to the north of Swindon. The M4, Intercity railway station and major link road to M5 are close at hand. Surrounded by some of the finest countryside in England, you are within easy reach of Cirencester, Oxford, Bath and Salisbury, each with their historic attractions and established shopping areas.

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