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Overlooking the village pond, The Crown is set in the heart of historic Albourne, boasting home-cooked, locally sourced food and rustic rooms with attached bathroom. The hotel is located in a historical 400-years old bulding. In fact there is a crown which is believed to be held by one of the former rulers of this area. Apart from hotel rooms there is a pub with typical English food and beverages. You can have a big breakfast in the morning as well. Located in a peaceful countryside. Highly recommended!
Located just 2.1 mi from Coate Water Country Park, The Village Inn provides accommodations in Swindon with access to a restaurant, a bar, as well as room service. Excellent quiet location but not to far away from anywhere, lovely room comfy bed really relaxing stay. Excellent pub very friendly staff, excellent value for money
This hotel with an AA Rosette-awarded restaurant offers an intriguing blend of luxury and intimacy, along with traditional country house style and elegance, complemented by personal service. We had a wonderful stay this weekend for our 40 Snniversary and the staff went the extra mile to make it a memorable stay.
Nestled in the Chalk Downs area of Wiltshire, Aldbourne is steeped in history. Up market Marlborough is close by. Great base for visiting many historical properties including Highclere Castle, Lacock Abbey and, The Great North Western Railway museum.
Lovely traditional village with two thriving pubs. We used the Blue Boar where we received such a warm welcome and delicious pub food we went twice! Marlborough and Hungerford nice towns to visit and we will definitely return to see Avebury and do some walking locally.
This was our second visit to Aldbourne. The first to visit o good friend resident in the nursing home. The second for her funeral in St Micheals Church. It was not for a holiday. The people we met were very friendly and a very nice couple looked after our dog so we could attend the funeral. It is a very pretty village with many amenities.
Doctor Who fan pilgrimage. Locations from 1971's The Daemons. Brilliant! Nice mile and a half walk up to the Devil's Hump (burial mounds). Two decent pubs in the village that serve reasonable grub so you can while away a chilled evening here.
Helpful staff, nice beer garden, free wifi.Television was tiny my laptop was bigger. The toilet was a saniflo and to be blunt did not work well even after 3 flushes. I can;t vouch for the other rooms, however I would stay here again. The food looked nice but I didn't bother, looked a bit pricey but it was local produce and freshly cooked so possibly worth the extra
Great pub, friendly staff and locals. Food is excellent - proper pub fare, well cooked and served. Bar was well stocked with everything you could ever need including a good selection of beers and guest beers. Really enjoyable quiz night on a Tuesday. Breakfast included which was cooked to your liking by the landlord himself (alternative continental available). Rooms are basic but what else do you expect in a simple country pub.