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Bed and Breakfast in Bradford-On-Avon, Wiltshire (and nearby)
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Bradford Old Windmill, Bradford-on-Avon  (2 miles)*

A little touch of romance near Bath, in a quirky old stone windmill tower high above the quaint Cotswold town of Bradford-on-Avon. Bedrooms and bathrooms come in interesting shapes with exotic beds - round, water and 'gothic' iro

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



The Studio, Nr Melksham  (3 miles)*
Luxury self-contained Studio in village overlooking a large common with pub nearby. Close to Bath and many tourist attractions. The accommodation consists of, 1 double bed, en-suite shower room, fully fitted kitchen, TV/video, bed-sett

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



Honeysuckle Cottage, Broughton Gifford  (3 miles)*
Near to Bath, but set in a quiet, attractive, Wiltshire village, Honeysuckle Cottage majors on peace, tranquillity and hospitality. It's a home from home and a great base for exploring many popular towns and attractions.

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



Great Ashley Farm B&B nr. Bath, Bradford-on-Avon  (3 miles)*
Winner of 2008 Taste Of The West Silver Award for Wiltshire Bed and Breakfast Category and recommended in The Times Newspaper.

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



The BarnLoft, Bradford-on-Avon  (4 miles)*
Welcome to West Wiltshire and to our beautiful accommodation offered to you in the heart of a small village on the edge of the Cotswolds.

Pets are NOT allowed. No smoking.



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