Hillside B&B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Whitsbury Road, nr Salisbury

Hillside B&B, Odstock

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Hillside B&B is in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside in a village called Odstock, around 3 miles south of Salisbury. There is a Scandinavian cabin and three rooms which are separate from the house.

Odstock is a historic village in the heart of Wiltshire. There is a pub dating back over 125 years and a Church that dates back to 1297. There are beautiful walks and cycle rides through the downs and plenty of earth works, flowers, forests and water meadows to fall in love with.

Odstock is on the intersection of the scenic Avon Valley walking path and the wonderful Ebble valley. The rooms are at ground floor level and open out on to a delightful garden.The Yew Tree Inn within a hundred metres serving delicious lunch time and evening meals.Self contained rooms available for Bed & Breakfast all with en suite shower room available.Coffee, tea, and light breakfast supplied in the room. Colour LCD TV with freeview, parking.

The cabin has two TV's. Lunch and evening meals available at the Yew Tree Inn 100 metres away. Light Breakfast - including fresh milk, cereal, toast etc will be provided in the room.

 4 star rating

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Old Sarum - 4.1 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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