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Daftar masuk: 16:00
Daftar keluar: 10:00
Dining at the Neeld Arms is a pleasure. With roaring log fires in the winter and areas to eat outside in the summer, it is a true friendly atmosphere. Good home-cooked food is made using only the best of local produce.
All rooms are individually decorated and furnished to offer an extremely pleasant and comfortable stay. All are equipped with modern appliances for today's discerning guest.
The county of Wiltshire is situated at the gateway to the West Country, with much of the county designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Few counties in England can equal Wiltshire's ancient monuments and burial grounds, a unique feature of its mystical landscape.
By Car: From the M4 (junction 17): - Take the Cirencester exit (A429). - Take the 1st turning on the left, signposted for Stanton St Quentin and Grittleton. - Go through Stanton St. Quentin to a T-junction. - Turn left, signposted Grittleton. - The Neeld Arms is on the right hand side, about 360 metres (400 yards) into the village. From the M4, junction 18: - Take the Stroud exit (A46). - Take the 1st turning on the right, signposted for Tormarton and Acton Turville. - Go through Acton Turville and turn right. - Follow the road through Burton to The Gib. - At the crossroads by The Salutation Inn, turn left. - Continue along the road into Grittleton. - The Neeld Arms is on the left hand side, past the Church.
This 17th century stone country inn is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the ancient and unspoiled village of Grittleton. Grittleton is situated a few miles off junction 17 of the M4. Close by are the picturesque places of Bath, Chippenham, Chipping Sodbury and Malmesbury.
Please note that check-in is allowed between 14:00 and 15:00, and also from 17:30 onwards. In the event of a late or mid-afternoon arrival, please contact the hotel direct to advise of your expected time of arrival.