B and Bs in Corsham

Mead Lodge
21 Ludmead Rd

SN13 9AS | View map

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A Few places in Europe can rival the ancient monuments and ceremonial landscapes of Wiltshire UK which include the World Heritage Sites of Stonehenge and Avebury. Salisbury Cathedral; with its soaring Spire; is another major international visitor attraction and our historic houses and gardens ensure that there are places of interest for everyone. Mead Lodge is situated centrally to many favored and famous tourist attractions and business parks both in and around Wiltshire; so whether you are on business; holiday or visiting family & friends you will never be too far away from somewhere; something or someone special. Corsham and surrounding villages have been used many times as set locations for some very famous films such as Harry Potter; Dr Doolittle; Pride and Predudice; Poirot; Robin of Sherwood and most recently Wolfman starring Sir Anthony Hopkins (showing in 2009) and Stardust starring Sienna Miller and Robert De Niro to name but a few. In the morning we provide a delicious full breakfast served in our communal dining room open to the kitchen where guests can sit and chat; read a paper or watch the news whilst we cook your breakfast to order.Check In from 15:45; Check Out by 10:00Strictly NOT Permitted!: Smoking (inside the building); Pets (local boarding available); ALL Male or Female parties e.g. Hen/Stag night; young Children (please enquire about our child age policy prior to booking) and Commercial Vehicles & TrailersCancellation Policy:If a room(s)is booked for more than 1 nights stay;then 72 Hours notice is required to receive a 50% refund.If a room(s) is booked for less than 2 nights stay then 0% refund will be payable.

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