The Old House At Home

Historic Inn in Nettleton, Wiltshire

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The Old House At Home, Nettleton

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This traditional ivy-clad country freehouse, once winners of the National Pub Caterer of the year and now serving food highly commended by AA, has been established over two decades. Close to Bath, just a stones throw from Badminton, home to the ever popular Badminton Horse Trials, and only two miles from the delightfully picturesque village of Castle Combe. The Old House At Home can now offer 6 boutique rooms ideal for those of you visiting Wiltshire, Bath, Badminton and Castle Combe or for travellers en route via the M4.

Complete with wet rooms, rain showers, plasma televisions, internet connectivity and stunning soft furnishings.

 5 star rating

From: £69.00

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