Dorwyn Manor Avebury Bed & Breakfast
Dorwyn Manor Bed & Breakfast is a 6-bedroom accommodation with themed bedrooms based on local attractions. Close to Avebury Village and Stones and within easy reach of Stonehenge and Longleat Safari Park.
All the six bedrooms are themed and based on local attractions and people.
The Alexander Keiller bedroom is named after a Scottish archaeologist and businessman who worked on an extensive prehistoric site at Avebury in Wiltshire, England. Keiller was heir to the marmalade business of his family, James Keiller & Son that had been established in 1797 in Dundee, and exported marmalade and confectionery across the British Empire.
He used his wealth to acquire a total of 950 acres (3.8 km2) of land in Avebury for preservation and he conducted excavations, re-erected stones on the Avebury site, and created a museum to interpret the site. He also pioneered aerial photography for archaeological interpretation.
Keiller leased and restored Avebury Manor & Garden, now a National Trust property consisting of an early 16th-century manor house and its surrounding garden.
This room has a comfortable King Size bed and makes use of a shared bathroom, so although Avebury’s pre-historic stones are walking distance away, in your room you have the modern luxuries of a flat screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
A FREE breakfast is included with every booking - Choose from:
A Full English Breakfast (with a choice of poached, scrambled or fried egg, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, beans and tomatoes);
A selection of cereals;
Fruit juices of your choice;
Toast and a selection of preserves; and
Tea and coffee
We also have a sports room and a library/quiet room for you to relax in.
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This page was last updated: 20 August 2015