B&B Near Stonehenge?

Jul 5th, 2003, 05:10 PM
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B&B Near Stonehenge?

Can anyone recommend a good B&B in the Stonehenge vicinity if that would allow for a good touring base for 4 nights in early Nov.? Active couple, no kids.
Price GBP 100 per night or little more if needed for a special place.
Better to rent a car in Bath or Salisbury?
Alternatively, recommend where to base for seeing Dorset and maybe Devon in addition to a Stonehenge visit for the wife.
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Jul 5th, 2003, 06:21 PM
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Stayed in Bath at a B&B 2 weeks ago. The Paradise House - they have a web site www.paradise-house.co.uk
I don't usually like B&Bs but this one was wonderful. Great garden, big rooms with big baths (including two sinks) wonderful couple owns it. Great English breakfast. Ask for room with a bay window the view is incredible.I think the rate we paid was 115.
We had a car and drove to Stonehenge it took about one hour. While in Bath - try out the Bizarre Bath tour fun!
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Jul 5th, 2003, 09:04 PM
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Just back from a trip to England. We stayed in Lyme Regis in Dorset for a couple nights at the Alexandra Hotel. It was lovely, and there's path through the private garden to the Promenade. You'll remember that it's where they filmed "The French Lieutenant's Woman."
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Jul 6th, 2003, 02:47 AM
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Stonehenge is out in the middle of noplace, and is a one-hour event itself. So as others have mentioned, why not stay in a place with lots of B&B choices. Salisbury is closest, Bath has more to do and is within hailing distance of more interesting things (IMHO).

In Bath, we liked the Sydney Gardens Hotel, actually a B&B, which is just a few minutes' walk outside of town in a lovely park setting. Offers ensuite baths, huge breakfast, charming classic B&B decor, and onsite parking.
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Jul 6th, 2003, 04:59 AM
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Hi, If you'd like to stay longer and extend your range, Fern Cottage in Monkton Farleigh is very nice and can be used as a base for daytrips from Lyme Regis to Exmoor to the southern end of the Cotswolds and including Stonehenge. Or, you might look up the b&b's in Bradford-on-Avon, a really lovely town and in the same central location -- just bigger. J.

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