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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. Beautiful historic estate...lovely B&B setting with lovely garden dining room. Loved it impressive and cozy!
With picturesque gardens and a dining terrace, this charming 16th-century property is set in 1.5 acres of Wiltshire countryside. Free WiFi and free private parking are offered. The staff were very accommodating as I was arriving late so they arranged to leave a key out for me. The food was amazing also well worth going there just to eat
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. The breakfast was absolutely fantastic - delicious fresh fruit salad and cooked breakfast. Staff were very welcoming, helpful and friendly. We also visited the Lock Inn, which we can highly recommend.
I am a long-distance Walker and did the walk from Bradford-on-Avon to Bath and back. it's 20 miles but was absolutely wonderful along the canal. there are shorter walks but I love the views, the viaducts and the pubs along the way. anyone who walks runs or Cycles, it's flat, and one of the best walks, I've done in a while. the village itself has number of shops, I recommend the tobacco and chocolate shop on the Hill.
The location was very good, just a short train trip to Bath from Bradford upon Avon train station which is well worth a visit,if visiting the Roman Baths may have to book online first. We ate at Ravellos our first night at Bradford on Avon loverly setting and great food We enjoyed the Thai food on offer at the Swan hotel which was very good on the third night of our trip A very good walk from the Swan hotel to the Crossed Guns Pub/Restaurant, at Avoncliff again excellent food, travel past the Tithe Barns and along the canal to the Crossed Guns weather permitting, allow about an hour each way
What a delightful town, lovely architecture full of history, good quality eating places plenty of choice. If you like walking there is somewhere for every bodies choice, fortunately the weather was at its best during our visit making the whole town bright and sunny. We will go back gain sometime in the not too distant future.
Extremely pretty, characterful town. Close to Bath, easy access to main,use trains, well kept station. Everything in walking distance Lots of really good quality bars, cafes, restaurants. A small and select little shopping area with interesting indie shops. (Usually has a host of events and music in. Non Covid times) Canal walks, very lovely for walks in many directions. Dreadful place for cars. Not built for cars and sadly there are too many driving through the narrow roads much to close to the tiny pavements across the bridge. Surprised no one has been seriously injured at the speed some of them come through. Great weekend break, come by train! Or canal barge!
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.
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.
The breakfast was absolutely fantastic - delicious fresh fruit salad and cooked breakfast. Staff were very welcoming, helpful and friendly. We also visited the Lock Inn, which we can highly recommend.
The place is very cozy and very clean, the breakfast was delicious, and very attentive !!
All was good. I dont like eggs so they exchanged mine for an extra sausage.
Really flexible and really welcoming. Thank you.
Staff are great and the place is quite unique
We loved the interesting architecture !
Spotlessly clean, a lovely breakfast.