Hotels in Wootton Bassett

Wiltshire Hotel
Wootton Bassett


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Situated minutes from the M4 J16. The Wiltshire experience starts when you arrive. A welcoming reception to help you with all your requirements, helpful staff to make life easier for you.
27 exceptional golf holes – The Genevieve 18 hole 6600 yd course and the smaller Garden 9 hole stretching to 3200 yds. A new covered driving range, putting green and chipping area awaits the golfer ready to beat his own handicap.
A restaurant and bar that have a wide variety of choice with superb quality with award winning chefs.
A large swimming pool and state-of-the-art gymnasium with a cardio theatre are included in our leisure wing. And big big changing rooms for people to change in.
A large function room seating up to 150 people with great views across the golf course. Ideal for weddings, parties and other social events. Conference facilities for groups from 5 to 150 persons. A club for those who want to belong to The Wiltshire.
A hotel for those who want to visit the Wiltshire. A great place for those who want to spend a day at The Wiltshire. A place for the family.
And finally, a new Wiltshire Village consisting of new country club second homes with rentals for those who just want some time away from home.
A friendly experience called The Wiltshire - a centre which cultivates an affordable lifestyle with high quality for its country club community.

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Number of Rooms: 58
Number Ensuite: 58

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From £85
Single: From £105
Suite: Junior from £95. Full from £1120
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Name: Pavilion Restaurant
Chef: Gary Monger

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