Cleeve House

Guest house in Seend, Wiltshire

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Trowbridge Road
SN12 6PG

Cleeve House, Seend

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An enchanting Edwardian venue for an undisturbed meeting, wedding, conference, party, or simply a historical day out, Cleeve House offers function rooms, retreats, banqueting facilities and accommodation for any event.

Cleeve House is situated between some of England's most treasured attractions, in the heart of the beautiful countryside of Wiltshire. Spacious and steeped in history, the house is surrounded by six acres of private gardens and woodland, commanding unspoilt views over the Vale of Pewsey and Salisbury Plain. From a cup of tea in our friendly Tea Room to a week long residential seminar, our aim is to provide the utmost hospitality and assistance for your event.

Cleeve House has eight B&B bedrooms with fantastic views, four currently with en suite bathrooms. With high ceilings and polished pine floors, spectacular sunrises fill the south rooms. We have double, single, twin and family rooms available, all with tea and coffee making facilities.

Our prices all include a full English breakfast served in the Tea Room. The six acres of land around Cleeve House include an extensive field, an ornamental cherry tree garden, two paved terraces and a large private wood with rare and beautiful trees. Snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells fill the grounds in Spring, under lilac, cherry and apple blossom.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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