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Recommended in The Country Living Magazine. Visit Britain 4 Gold Farmhouse B&B perfectly located in a beautiful tranquil part of Wiltshire yet just 6 miles from the World Heritage Site of Bath and less than 2 miles from the Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon. We invite you to experience B&B at its best with delightful ensuite rooms, great hospitality & locally sourced ingredients. Great Ashley Farm is an equestrian yard and home to a herd of pure bred Sussex Cattle. Set in the perfect location for visiting beautiful places and famous local attractions. The farm benefits from being just 6 miles from the World Heritage Site of Bath and less than 2 miles from the Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon and the Kennet and Avon Canal. Stonehenge, Avebury, Wells, Glastonbury, Salisbury, Castle Combe, Lacock and Longleat are all within easy driving reach. Both Helen and Alex are Bradfordians so their knowledge of the area is extensive. They are always happy to help with local information including transport and places to eat. The bedrooms at Great Ashley Farm are individually designed. Each room is light, welcoming and stylish. The rooms have been carefully coordinated to create a light and contemporary feel and provide all the modern day comforts you would expect of a luxury farmhouse B&B including modern en-suite shower rooms, sumptuous beds with quality mattresses, crisp white linen, well stocked tea trays, flat screen TV, free WIFI and ample parking. There are 2 guestrooms each with super king size beds, the rooms may also be configured as twin bedrooms. The rooms benefit from their own private access, providing independence for guests to enjoy. One of the rooms is located on the ground floor. Bed and breakfast prices are per night and include breakfast which is taken in the farmhouse in the elegant dining room. All ingredients are bought locally wherever possible to support local suppliers and give guests the true taste of the west country. Helen been awarded The Enjoy England Breakfast Award but was also the winner of The Taste Of The West Silver Award for Wiltshire.