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Now operating as a small family run Bed and Breakfast in Frampton-on-Severn between Bath and Cheltenham, you will be sure of a friendly and warm welcome to THE TRUE HEART, an unusual detached Georgian cottage built in the 1830s, a village pub until the 1960s and quietly situated in a "no through road" that leads to the village Church, the Gloucester/Sharpness Canal and towards the River Severn. The cottage has recently been extended and renovated (ecologically) and is now transformed into a comfortable and homely B & B with wonderful views across the meadows to the canal and the river - the longest in Britain (both within easy walking distance) and across to the Forest of Dean.
The village of Frampton-on-Severn is a Conservation Area within the glorious Severn Vale on the edge of the Cotswolds. Its village green, reputedly the longest in England, edged with diverse period and fascinating houses and interspersed with ancient ponds and resident swans, hosts many fairs and events throughout the year, and where traditional village cricket is played outside The Bell Inn during the summer months. This is great walking and cycling country (wellies and cycles available to borrow, free of charge). It's a great location for exploring Bath, Cheltenham, Bristol, The Cotswolds, Slimbridge etc
Traditional and hearty breakfasts are served at The True Heart. Everything is local, homemade, organic and fair-trade where possible, and of the finest quality - we do not use cash and carry establishments but rather local farmers' markets, traditional greengrocers and butchers.
If cooked English breakfasts are not your thing, or you have had enough of bangers and bacon etc after travelling around, have a lighter appetite, or are a vegetarian, there is always fresh fruit salad (no sugar), and smoked salmon with scrambled egg is now a popular alternative to a traditional breakfast. We are more than happy to cater for special diets, particularly if we know in advance of arrival.
The most important aspects about a Bed and Breakfast are the quality of the bed and the breakfast, sounds obvious doesn't it? Sadly standards are not always what we wish them to be, but we pride ourselves in the highest quality beds, bedding and linen - all tested by ourselves, and breakfasts - also tested by ourselves!
Price per PersonPrice Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From £40
Single: From £55 - Single occupancy
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