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Bed & Breakfast

Calne Bed and Breakfast

Category: Bed & Breakfast
Area: Wiltshire Show all
Calne Bed & Breakfast is set in a Bath stone house in the market town of Calne near the World Heritage Megalithic site of Avebury Stone Circle. The accommodation is simple comfortable and welcoming. Outside to the rear is a secluded garden with pond and many wild flowers and herbs among the grass. You may have breakfast there on sunny Summer days! br / br / br / br / The area has a wealth of places of interest including Avebury Stone Circles Silbury Hill and West Kennet Long Barrow all of which are only ten minutes drive from Calne. During the summer months the surrounding fields are the scene of many of the beautiful and enigmatic crop circles where about 80% of the world s crop formations are found. Calne Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place from which to visit them. Indeed your host Gwyneth would be very happy to escort you on visits to these arable works of art.These appear from mid-may until late August and Gwyneth will take small groups please enquire. You may want to see these amazing sights from the sky! The microlight centre is just outside Calne - costs from £60. br / br / br / br / Well worth a visit is the country house of Bowood seat of Lord Landsdowne with its beautiful grounds lake and tree-top adventure playground and inside the beautiful house see its paintings and other treasured works -of-art or eat in its restaurant. br / br / br / br / There is a golf course within easy reach. br / br / br / br / Salisbury plain and the Wiltshire downs and many of the White Horses carved in the chalk hillsides are all to be found round about. There are many cycleways and footpaths throughout the area beside the canals for you to explore the delights of the Wiltshire countryside. br / br / br / br / Other notable towns are within striking distance: take the waters of Bath or visit the historic City of Salisbury with it s majestic cathedral. br / br / br / br / With local restaurants catering for just about every taste in food we recommend Calne B&B for your business trips weekend breaks or longer summer vacation.
Area Description Chippenham - Road: Follow A4 towards Calne from Chippenham. On approach to Calne at first roundabout take first exit (signposted Swindon & Lyneham) onto Greenacres Way A3102. At next roundabout take second exit (right) signposted for local centre. Pass small chopping parade on right and at next roundabout take first exit (left) into School Road. After 400 metres at next roundabout take third exit (right) into Lickhill Road. Take 2nd turning right into North Way and first left into North End. br/ br/ Jcn 16 M4 Motorway - Road: From Jcn 16 follow A3102 south through Royal Wootten Bassett to Calne. At first roundabout on outskirts of Calne take second exit (right) following A3102 signposted Chippenham. Take first exit (left) at second roundabout (signposted Local Centre). Pass small parade of shops on your right and at next roundabout take first exit (left) into School Road. After 400 metres at next roundabout take third exit (right) into Lickhill Road. Take second right into North Way and first left into North End. br/ br/ Marlborough - Road: Follow A4 to right into Calne. At double button roundabout by The White Hart Hotel go straight through. At next roundabout take second exit (bear right) and straight through traffic lights. At next button roundabout outside lane and turn right. Through narrow priority section of road and across pedestrian crossing. At next button roundabout go straight on into North Street. There are many little turnings off North Street to your left take the eighth turning left into North End.
Amenity Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout,Iron And Board In Each Room,Wake Up Call Available

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SN11 9DH, Calne

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