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Best Western Leigh Park Hotel
Leigh Road West
Bradford-on-Avon
Wiltshire

BA15 2RA | View map

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The Best Western Leigh Park hotel stands within five acres of grounds with its own walled garden and vineyard. It is a relaxing, informal venue located seven miles from the georgian city of bath. A wealth of history lies on the doorstep and the original house was a gift to the earl of leicester from queen elizabeth i in 1574. All 22 bedrooms have been individually designed with fabrics and furnishings that complement the surroundings, offering charm as well as character with all modern facilities, family, king size, and four poster rooms available on request. Leisure facilities include a snooker room and tennis court. Winston's dining room overlooks the wiltshire downs. The chefs offer both traditional english and international cuisine with imaginative dishes cooked to order. Whether you require a business or social gathering, the fitzmaurice suite is the ideal function room. Conferences and meetings are catered for up to 120 delegates, with a choice of three meeting rooms available, which will appeal to the discerning conference organizer.

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