Situated in the picturesque village of Winsley, Still meadow is 2 miles from the Saxon town of Bradford on Avon and 6 miles from the City of Bath World Heritage site. The accommodation is set in a semi-rural location and is accessed by a private drive we offer three spacious, modern rooms with en-suite facilities and all other amenities expected of a 5 diamond guest house.
The property is surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views over the Wiltshire countryside towards the distant hills of Westbury and it's White Horse. It is a registered glow worm site and in a conservation area. Badgers, deer, foxes, rabbits and many birds including Green Woodpeckers, owls and buzzard are often spotted as frequent visitors to the extensive tranquil gardens and the wildflower meadow.
The historical market town of Bradford on Avon, known for its Saxon church, Tithe Barn, ancient bridge over the River Avon, weavers cottages, canals and locks, antiques, art, craft, gift, clothing and food shops open a wealth of opportunity for all interest. Bradford on Avon has many excellent pubs, wine bars, Thai, Indian and Italian restaurants, also charming tea rooms to indulge in.
For those who enjoy sporting activities there is boating/fishing, cycling, golf, horseriding, motor racing, running and walking. For the less active there are several National Trust properties within a close proximity, including Dyrham Park, The Courts Holt and Lacock Abbey, as well as the public houses and gardens of Westwood Manor, Bowood House and Longleat Safari Park.