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Cedar Hotel & Restaurant
"pleasant hotel centrally located to many attractions, good disabled facilities,well cooked food--made a nice Easter break excellent thank you very much-- Peter,Lin,David & Wendy

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The small Wiltshire market town is well known for the enormous white horse carved into the nearby Westbury Hill. It is thought that the famous chalk horse only dates back the the late sixteen hundreds. To keep maintenance costs to a minimum the Westbury White Horse is now 'preserved' by a concrete skin and a border made of stones cemented into place. The town centres on its historic Market Place and the 14 century All Saints' Church. The church has the third heaviest ring of bells in the world, as well as an Erasmus Bible and an unusual sixteenth century clock that has no face and was constructed by a local blacksmith. Westbury once hosted a wool and cloth industry that included many glovers, partly because the area has a good supply of spring water to serve these trades. The town, and the surrounding area, were famous for high quality cloth. Iron Ore has been mined and smelted at Westbury for thousands of years but that has also now vanished from the town. Today newer industries and tourism have taken the place of wool and glove, the Blue Circle cement factory and a collection of light industries provide local jobs.


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Sun Inn (2.42 miles)

Sun Inn

Under new managemant, serving fine real ales and great value home cooked food prepared by the resident chef, The Sun Inn is a traditional English pub with a warm, friendly atmosphere. With Rooms at the Inn, ... More | visit website

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Crown Hotel (2.43 miles)

Crown Hotel

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The wide, tree-lined market place in Brackley, with its Georgian and Victorian houses and shops, is the delightful setting for this 13th century coaching inn. Enjoy idyllic leisurely walks along bridleways and ... More

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Manor Grange (3.66 miles)

Manor Grange
Manor Grange is a 4-star Bed and Breakfast providing comfortable ensuite accommodation in a peaceful rural setting yet only 5 minutes from the M40 Junction 10 and under 30 minutes from the M1. We pride ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Silverstone (4.59 miles)

Located on the A43 between Towcester and Brackley, close to the M1 and M40. Local attractions include Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone Golf and Country Club and Whittlebury Hall. For shops and local amenities Towcester town centre ... More | visit website
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Villiers Hotel & Bar (4.68 miles)

Villiers Hotel & Bar

Villiers Hotel & Resaurant has been beautifully refurbished around an original cobbled courtyard that once stabled 150 horses in Cromwellian times. 49 individually designed en-suite bedrooms and suites with all the facilities you would expect from ... More | visit website

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The White Hart Hotel (4.73 miles)

The White Hart Hotel

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SUPERB NEWLY REFURBISHED ROOMS - completed October 2009! The White Hart, located off the market square within the historical town of Buckingham, was built as a coaching inn during the ... More

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Buckingham Hotel (5.03 miles)

Buckingham Hotel

A modern 70 bedroom non smoking hotel with Leisure Club, offering excellent cuisine, spacious open plan public areas, free parking and always a warm welcome. An ideal place to stay when visiting Oxford, Stratford Upon ... More | visit website


Astwell Mill (5.09 miles)

Astwell Mill
Astwell Mill gives you a warm and relaxed welcome, ideal for the holiday maker and for the business traveler. The Mill is set in 37 acres of peaceful rolling countryside and includes a small spinney ... More
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Travelodge Buckingham (5.34 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website


Home Farmhouse Charlton (5.86 miles)

Home Farmhouse Charlton
This 400 year old Cotswold stone house (Grade II listed) looks out in summer onto a flagged courtyard ablaze with roses, begonias and clematis. The house is a fascinating and attractive example of its kind ... More

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