The Castle Inn

Inn in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire

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10 Mount Pleasant
BA15 1SJ

The Castle Inn, Bradford-on-Avon

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Welcome to The Castle Inn, a beautiful freehouse pub with boutique bedrooms with stunning views over the Georgian roof tops of the pretty town of Bradford on Avon and beyond to Salisbury Plain and the Westbury White Horse.Just 7 miles from the historic city of Bath, The Castle is set in a characterful Georgian building and has traded as an Inn for some 160 years. Lovingly, sympathetically and imaginatively restored in 2007 The Castle has a playful eccentricity that is Cluedo country house meets traditional country pub.From morning til night, The Castle is at your service, whether for morning coffee, light lunch, 3-course dinner or just a pint of local beer.Internally the pub is essentially split into 2 areas with a total of 90 covers. The dominant features of the main bar area to the left of the entrance, with its flagstone floor and lime washed walls, are the magnificent reclaimed mahogany bar and large open fireplace.

To the right of the entrance are three interconnecting rooms, with elm floorboards, fireplaces, exposed stone walls, gazelle heads, old gents club paintings, scrub top tables and comfortable, worn club chairs.Externally is a large, sunny lawned garden with flagstone terrace and seating for a further 80 covers and magnificent far-reaching views towards Salisbury Plain.Our 4 generously proportioned bedrooms are more luxury boutique hotel than traditional bed and breakfast. The rooms have a contemporary opulence blended with bags of original character and all of the essentials to meet the needs of a discerning roamer.Our 4 generously proportioned bedrooms, with their wonky doorframes, undulating walls and period fireplaces have been sympathetically restored. Whilst the rooms still retain their unique 250-year old character we have also added a big fat dollop of luxurious boutique to meet the needs of the modern day sleeper.Each room has been finished to the highest standards, to include: -A Super King size bed (6ft wide)Flat screen TVLuxury en suite with watering can size shower head and under floor heatingRoom 3 has a King size bed

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