Westhill House

01793 764219
Cricklade Road
Highworth
SN6 7BL
Highworth is a beautiful Wiltshire market town, noted for its historic Queen Anne, Georgian and Regency architecture. Also forming the gateway to the Cotswolds, the town is well placed for visitors to enjoy the rural splendour of the area, the nearby villages and towns and the boundless charms of Highworth itself.

A lovely Regency property in the town is Westhill House, where bed and breakfast accommodation is offered in true style. Faithfully restored to its period splendour, the three spacious and luxurious guest rooms of Westhill House evoke all the history and sophistication of the age, matched by all the modern facilities and amenities for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Choose from Coleshill and Lechlade; beautiful rooms with king size beds and private bathrooms or opt for Burford, an en suite room with a super king size bed and walk-in shower.

Features in all rooms include digital television with Freeview channels and DVD player, iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi internet. Bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer, and luxury bathroom toiletries are provided as is mineral water and tea and coffee making facilities.

Books, DVDs and newspapers can be supplied on request. Tariff ranges from £85 to £115 per room per night based on two people sharing and from £70 to £100 per night for single occupancy. Included in the price are afternoon tea and the legendary Westhill House a la carte breakfast.

Served in the stylish main dining room, breakfasting options include home made toasted muesli, fresh fruit salad, and home baked muffins, with local preserves and marmalade. Cooked options include scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, full English breakfast and an American favourite of French toast with fresh fruit and maple syrup.

Porridge is also available as are vegetarian breakfasts. Guest are additionally welcome to spend some time in the beautiful drawing room, which overlooks the garden and in which a real log fire welcomes guests in the cold winter nights.