London Road Guest Accommodation

Bed and Breakfast in Chippenham, Wiltshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

245 London Road
Chippenham
Wiltshire
England
SN15 3AP

London Road Guest Accommodation, Chippenham

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Jean and Mike Collom are pleased to introduce you to their homely self-contained B&B private accommodation near the Market town of Chippenham, Wiltshire. It is ideal for the business person not wanting to stay in a hotel room and a lot cheaper. Also perfect for the touring guest wanting to see our lovely Wiltshire countryside, with The Cotswolds on our doorstep.

We are within easy reach of Stonehenge, Salisbury, Bath, Longleat, Avebury and many N.T gardens.

Having spent many holidays in self-catering establishments we pride ourselves on the care and attention to detail we have given to our own guest accommodation. We want our guests to feel both welcome and relaxed during their stay with us and will do all we can to ensure this is the case. Our quietly decorated 4 star accommodation is set back from the main Chippenham/Calne road (A4) and has the Tourist Board blue and white signage on either side of the driveway, with parking space for 1 vehicle.

The self-contained annexe is at the rear of the property so is quiet and peaceful. The area has a town by-pass so only local traffic now uses the A4. This one level annexe is suitable for anyone with limited mobility, the access is flat, and there is just one step into the lounge from the patio area, the walk in bath and raised toilet are useful aids in the bathroom.

The accommodation comprises of a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen with Neff appliances, including dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Lounge, dining area, coal-effect gas fire, colour T.V/DVD.

Patio doors leading onto private garden with BBQ available to residents. Central heating throughout. Towels & linen provided.

Free off road parking for one vehicle. Free Internet access via a Wi-Fi connection. Cyclists are welcome and can leave bike's in our secure workshop.

I have washing and drying facilities (extra) for Ramblers. Local farm produce for breakfast. Michael Collom is a trained chef who has worked in many Michelin starred restaurants and would be happy to cook a bespoke dinner on request.

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From: £55.00

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