Beechfield House Hotel is a stunning four AA Red Star country house hotel, convenient for Bath, Lacock, Castle Combe, Longleat and Stonehenge. With 24 bedrooms all refreshingly different from one another and named after trees found in the grounds. In the summer, the outdoor heated pool is stunning, while in the winter, open fires are as welcoming as the greeting. Enjoy the beautiful grounds, traditional afternoon tea, AA rosette fine dining, or a natural 'Pure Fiji' product beauty treatment.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Beechfield House Hotel?
Beechfield House has 24 spacious bedrooms, each one unique and named after one of the many trees that can be found in the grounds, some of which are rather rare. You can expect Egyptian cotton linens on all of the beds, as well as Egyptian cotton towels. All rooms offer an en suite bathroom, a digital widescreen LCD TV, a hairdryer, complimentary magic potions in the bathroom, and tea and coffee making facilities. In addition, all rooms feature superfast broadband wifi internet connection. There are also carefully selected rooms if you wish to bring your four-legged friend along with you, so please be sure to notify the hotel prior to your arrival that you will be bringing your dog.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Melksham area?
You can reach the pretty hamlet of Avoncliff by road, rail, or riverboat through the steep-sided, heavily forested valley where the River Avon, the Kennet & Avon Canal, and the Bath to Westbury railway line all meet. Longleat Safari Park, as well as Bowood House, are popular with families, and motor enthusiasts can have fun at the nearby Castle Combe motor racing circuit and the Atwell-Wilson Motor Museum. As you might expect, there are some stunning National Trust properties in Wiltshire that are well worth a visit. Cheddar Caves and Wookey Hole are nearby for some breathtaking subterranean drama. Salisbury Plain and Stonehenge, both of which are World Heritage Sites, are only about 30 minutes away. Alternatively, take the A4 for half an hour and you'll arrive in Bristol, one of the country's great cities with a sophisticated array of attractions and entertainments.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
During the warmer months, Beechfield House offers an outside terrace in the walled garden, as well as four relaxed, stylish, and comfortable dining rooms. The atmosphere is relaxed, with fresh and homegrown produce from the kitchen garden being used wherever possible.