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Adjacent to the medieval bridge crossing the River Avon, The Swan Hotel - Bradford-on-Avon is an enchanting 15th-century coaching inn, located in the heart of historic Bradford on Avon. All was good. I dont like eggs so they exchanged mine for an extra sausage.
With stunning views over the Wiltshire Downs, this attractive 3-star (AA) country house hotel is set within 5 acres of grounds, with its own walled garden and vineyard. The breakfast was very good and the lady in the dining room, I think her name was Candy, was exceptionally helpful. I thought in terms of value for money your hotel was one of the best I have stayed in.
Located in Bradford on Avon, 24 mi from Wells, Widbrook Barns features a garden and free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a continental or à la carte breakfast. Widbrook Barns offers a sun terrace. Each of the rooms was very well appointed. Each unit had its own little patio to sit and to enjoy the evening. The breakfast had every thing (full English, continental and a variety of combinations) The place is quiet and secluded so safe for children. Bradford-on-Avon looks like a charming village as we drove through but wished we had more time to explore.
On the banks of the River Avon, Timbrell's Yard is a 15-minute drive from historical Bath. This place was simply amazing! Set in the middle of beautiful Bradford-on-Avon, with attention to every detail. I would stay here again in a heartbeat, and plan to sometime in the near future!
the canal wharf, the tythe barn,the restaurants,green areas with seating, the cafes. however it is very hilly, and a bit confusing for driving,it has a temporary one way system, that may become permanent, sat nav did not know about this and kept sending us round in circles had to get help from very friendly locals. very picturesque and quaint buildings. we watched a choir practice in a park near a bridge centre of town which was absolutely wonderful as the sun was setting and we were surrounded by very old oaks, magical. small independent shops and lovely atmosphere all round.
Lovely place, very quiet and peaceful in the evening and night. Somewhat more limited food and drink due to the effects of covid compared to out last visit, however there is plenty of choice i.e. English, Thai, Indian, great chip shop. Try walking down the canal to the Lock Inn and Canal Taverns. You really need to book any pub or restaurant in advance at the moment. Plenty of parking at the Railway station car park Up to 1 hour: £0:40 Up to 2 hours: £1.30 Up to 3 hours: £2.30 Up to 4 hours: £2.70 Up to 5 hours: £3.60 All day £6.30. Cash or call a number to pay. Lovely walks along the river Avon and canal.
A very nice town. The walk into town along the canal from Widbrook was very nice, even in the winter although waterproof shoes are required in winter and the canal path is unlit so not advisable after dusk. The town itself is charming with the Cotswold stone and looked lovely with all the Christmas lights, especially the old bridge.
BOA is a historic village with a history dating back to the Saxon Times. Originally the woollen industry predominated with sheep farming and agriculture . The town is very pretty with lovely old traditional Tea Room like Ravello's on the bridge and the old woollen mills beside the river now converted.There are some lovely riverside walks and the old The Barn. Walk along the canal past the boats to Avoncliff village for a pint at the old pub. Lots to explore, great gift shops and deli , coffee shop and book shop .You cannot fail to enjoy your stay. Do visit. the Tapas Restaurent!
Small town, a bit like Bath in appearance. Not a big place so you can look around the few shops, and then walk 10 minutes up the road to the wharf to see the canal locks which is pretty. If you're there a few days then you may need to drive to other places of interest such as National trust gardens etc. Bath is a short train ride. We were in the town centre about 9.45 on Wednesday and some shops weren't yet open. Some café s are not open on certain days. The IL Ponte Italian restaurant was very good for a meal. There is a tea shop at the Bradford Wharf but it's small and only open Sat, Sun and Monday. We were lucky and could get a coffee there and watch the canal boats. There are a couple of pubs near by.
There is a very pleasant atmosphere throughout the town. It is small but with many attractive features. We ate in the tapas bar in the centre of the town which was excellent. The food was wonderfully tasty, presented well and served with charm.
Each of the rooms was very well appointed. Each unit had its own little patio to sit and to enjoy the evening. The breakfast had every thing (full English, continental and a variety of combinations) The place is quiet and secluded so safe for children. Bradford-on-Avon looks like a charming village as we drove through but wished we had more time to explore.
Great size and layout. My kids loved the cow theme. It’s located on a beautiful property with chickens, horses and dogs. They even sent our son a book he had left behind. Overall a really nice property and we’ll definitely stay there again when we go back to the area.
Staff very friendly very comfortable . home made breakfast quiet country side
The food was absolutely gorgeous, we had a lamb roast dinner and a chicken dish.
All was good. I dont like eggs so they exchanged mine for an extra sausage.
We loved the interesting architecture !
Lovely staff and decor. And the dogs.
Spotlessly clean, a lovely breakfast.