The Old Post Office Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Thornhill Road, South Marston

The Old Post Office Guest House, Swindon

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Accommodation Description:

The Old Post Office Guest House in South Marston Wiltshire combines elegant comfort and state-of-the-art modern conveniences with a sense of history for a relaxing and hospitable home away from home. Our breakfasts are a real treat all our ingredients are carefully selected from only the finest local produce and freshly prepared daily on the premises to ensure you start your day the right way. The perfect place to stay for business in and around Swindon we re also an ideal touring base with the Cotswolds to the north historic Bath and Bristol to the west the beautiful Marlborough Downs to the south and Berkshire or Oxfordshire to the east.

Whichever way you travel out of the town you will very shortly arrive at a site of special historic interest or just a location for a great day out. Our accommodation comprises five spacious and airy bedrooms four double and one single all with en-suite bathrooms. Each room is beautifully decorated to encompass a character and warmth that will ensure your stay is a memorable and relaxing one.

Sky in all rooms including sorts movies and full internet access

 4 star rating

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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