Diana Lodge

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Chippenham, Wiltshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

72 Marshfield Road
SN15 1JR

Diana Lodge, Chippenham

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Accommodation Description:

Grathie Cottage at 72 Marshfield Road is a late 19th century building which offers a warm welcome to all and is centrally situated in the historic market town of Chippenham in Wiltshire.

Grathie Cottage has five bedrooms and is AA rated 3 Diamonds and for driving it is situated just 10 minutes from J17 of M4 and for walking Grathie Cottage is just 10 minutes from the town centre. Grathie Cottage has a lovely dining room where breakfast is served in the mornings. There is wheelchair access and a garden to relax in.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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