The Old Rectory

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Westbury, Wiltshire

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The Old Rectory, Westbury

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Old Rectory, a charming Georgian house in quiet village in stunning countryside just 1.5 hours by train from London and less than 2 hours from Heathrow. Sights include Stonehenge Avebury Bath Longleat Stourhead and Lacock. The house is light and beautifully decorated the garden large with roses wisterias and lavender.

Best local produce for delicious organic breakfasts. Wonderful walking and cycling. We welcome families (children 6+) and well behaved dogs.

Pre-historic Stonehenge and Avebury are amazing World Heritage Sites within easy drive as is majestic Longleat House grounds and Safari Park stunning Stourhead Gardens and the great cities of Bath Wells and Salisbury. If you enjoy visiting houses and gardens you will be spoilt for choice. Wells and Salisbury have famous cathedrals and if you are after culture there is plenty around.

Many artists hold open studios there are music festivals concerts open air opera literature festivals theatre great pubs and restaurants and much much more. There is wonderful walking cycling golf and horse riding right on the doorstep so if you are looking for an idyllic setting peace and quiet but also want lots to explore you have come to the right place. The house is light and beautifully decorated.

The sitting is airy the bedrooms spacious and comfortable bedroom with sprung mattresses bathrobes and hospitality tray with home baked cookies. The private bathrooms have quality toiletries and large fluffy bath towels. The garden has old fashioned roses wisterias a goldfish pond and a lavender lined patio.

We take pride in sourcing the best local produce for our delicious organic breakfasts (we hold a Wiltshire Breakfast Award) which can be taken either in the pretty dining room or - weather permitting - al fresco on the patio. We welcome tourists cyclists and walkers families with children over 6yrs well behaved dogs welcome in our Green Room** PLEASE CALL TO CHECK FIRST. Whether you are celebrating a special occasion staying for a short break or a longer holiday you will be sure to get a warm welcome and a very relaxed and enjoyable stay

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