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Greenbank B&B
Greenbank
Church street
Bowerchalke

Salisbury
Wiltshire

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Welcome to Greenbank Bed & Breakfast, located in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Greenbank is a country house offering en suite ground floor accommodation, ample off road parking and a warm welcome. Its location is ideal for trips to places of interest around Wessex plus walking or cycling in the surrounding countryside. Greenbank is located within a Conservation Area in the village of Bowerchalke at the upper end of the picturesque Chalke Valley, the location of which is now a designated part of the (AONB) and is the sixth largest area in England & Wales being known as the “Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty” Greenbank is owned by Sue & Paul Lee Accommodation on offer is two non smoking en suite double rooms complete with HD free view televisions , radio alarm clocks and tea / coffee making facilities. As the pictures show the house is set back from the road with ample off road parking and has a large country garden with various seating areas where you can sit back, relax and take in the tranquil surroundings. In the summer, weather permitting breakfast can be served on the patio. Greenbank is easy to find, as it is located in the centre of the village 50 metres east of the Church and on the north side of Church Street.

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