We are excited to welcome guests back Meadowbank House Bed and Breakfast from 17th May 2021.
Please call 01793 791401 or email email@example.com to book direct.
Jane welcomes you to our beautiful and bright Bed and Breakfast in the lovely village of Liddington just outside Swindon, watch the gorgeous North Wessex Downs film of the local area on our location page.
We have three luxurious double rooms with a choice of modern private facilities or shared bathroom. The guest sitting room has lovely views over the garden and surrounding countryside. French windows open to a terrace with outside seating to enjoy warm evenings and there is a log fire for when it is not so warm. Wireless internet is available throughout the house.
A full Wiltshire breakfast, using as many local ingredients and home-made dishes as possible, is freshly prepared and served each morning. Other choices, including Jane’s award winning healthy breakfast, seasonal dishes and legendary American pancakes with maple syrup are always on offer. We try to make all our own bread, compote, jams and marmalades and have been known to cure our own bacon.
Meadowbank House is just 5 minutes from junction 15 of the M4. The Great Western Hospital is less than 5 minutes and Swindon town centre is less than 15 minutes. The Ridgeway National trail is close by and we give walkers an especially warm welcome. We want to provide a unique home away from home atmosphere for guests who come to work in the area and are looking for somewhere really special to make their base.
We can provide transport to collect and transfer you or your luggage to your next destination particularly if you are walking The Ridgeway National Trail. Go to our Short Breaks page for details of our great car free holiday.
Liddington has one friendly village pub for drinks and evening meals and there are other great pubs in the villages around Liddington.
There is a hill to which I used to resort….. the labour of walking three miles to it, all the while gradually ascending, seemed to clear my blood of the heaviness accumulated at home… ” Quoted from The Story of my Heart, by Richard Jefferies, 1883.