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Dating from the 12th century, the historical Castle Inn Hotel features original features and an innovative restaurant. Located in picturesque Castle Combe, the Castle Combe Circuit is half a mile... Every thing the staff was very knowledgeable and friendly constant smile on there face.
Set 1.2 mi from Castle Combe Village, Hill House B & B is set on top of a hill overlooking open countryside towards Castle Combe and the Bybrook Valley. Helen is an excellent host who was welcoming, friendly, personable and always ready to help in any way possible. The bed and linens were the best I've ever encountered and the ultra modern bathroom with Ren toiletries was a real treat. The B&B is in an ideal location, quiet, scenic and serene with many walking trails and a pub nearby. The food prepared by Helen was delicious, abundant and locally sourced and it was served in a beautiful dining room overlooking the breathtaking countryside. Added bonus was being greeted by Violet the Whippet and Claude the cat each day. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Hill House B&B.
This traditional, ivy-clad country free house close to Bath has beautiful boutique rooms and is just 2 mi from picturesque Castle Combe. Great accommodation in a quiet little village very close to castle combe. The room was amazing, nicely decorated and extremely clean with a very comfy king size bed.The staff on the pub/accommodation were very friendly and nothing was too much trouble for them. Our stay included breakfast and we had dinner in the pub on site most of the nights. Food was heavenly with very interesting choices and the decoration in the pub was very nice with candles and a warm fire all day long. Brilliant !!!
Castle Combs is a lovely beautiful Cotswold village a picture book image. Stunning period buildings, stone cottages, historic Church, clear running brook with quaint bridge and 2 welcoming Inns. The Manor House Hotel looks absolutely magnificent.
Castle Combe and its surroundings are beautiful and interesting. However, given the very limited hospitality facilities, pubs etc they could make more of an effort to provide a good dining experience and value for money
It's a shame that there are so many tourists crowding the little bridge taking endless photos of themselves staring off into space or looking over their shoulders, as they spoil it for everyone else who just want to take one photo to mark their trip. It's a beautiful place and has some lovely country walks.
A great place to stay, with lots of local history. I didn't know War Horse was filmed in Castle Combe, lots of great photos in the Church. Bath is only 20 mins away. Also visited Lacock Abbey which is National Trust. Again very interesting and such a pretty village. Only down side is that these places are very popular and very busy, even in January
Castle Combe is a pretty little village, but on the day we visited the Market Square was boarded up and the Butter Market had matting over it... maybe it was out of tourist season, who knows... The icing on the cake was the miserable landlady in the White Hart, definitely in the wrong job and not a people person!
The golf course was a real challenge but very well cared for. Holes go from one side of a valley to the other and although we managed it with electric trolleys it might well be worth taking a buggy. They have 50 of them!!