Southwood House B & B
Southwood House dates back to Victorian times and was originally the Coachmans House for the Tracy Park estate, which is now called The Park Hotel and Golf course.
Conveniently situated only 6 miles from Jnt 18 of the M4 on the edge of Wick village, it is ideally placed for visiting Bath (5miles) or Bristol (9 miles) whether for business or pleasure.
Bed and breakfast accommodation is located within the main house with the option of a twin or double room with en-suite facilities.
All rooms are equipped with colour television, tea-making facilities and have countryside views.
Prices start at just £40 per night for a single room.
There is plenty of parking at the property and there is also free Wifi.
We pride ourselves on our Breakfasts using only locally produced sausages and bacon and have our own supply of eggs from our own hens.
There is an excellent local pub 'The Rose & Crown' just down the road which serves a wide range of meals.
There is a lot to do in the area with Bath close at hand, you can visit the famous Roman Baths, the new Thermae spa, The Theatre Royal, The Pump Rooms or simply go shopping with all the smaller shops Bath has to offer.
December sees the Bath Christmas market which has become very popular. If you like the horses there is Bath Race course a few miles away. Stonehenge is about an hour away.
There is also a Park & Ride at Lansdown (10 minutes) away to save you parking in town.
Bristol has also many attractions such as The Clifton Suspension Bridge, or the SS Great Britain both of course built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel who also built the Railway. There is also Bristol Zoo and Gardens and The International Balloon fiesta takes place every year in August at the Ashton Court Estate.
The world famous Badminton horse trials take place every year in May on the Duke of Beauforts Badminton estate, which is only 11 miles from Southwood House.
We look forward to offering you a warm welcome.
2, Bath Road, Wick,
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This page was last updated: 18 July 2010