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My daughter and I stayed one night before a visit to Bath University. Sadly arrived after 9pm so couldn't take advantage of surroundings.
Twin room was so lovely with lots of little touches that made it very homely and welcoming (e.g. Free wifi, bottles of...More
Room very comfortable with independent entrance. Ample parking. Charming owner and delicious breakfasts. Delightful hearing the ducks. A short drive from Bath, an even shorter drive from Bradford on Avon and walking distance from the nearest village with an excellent gastropub.
Stunning location on a working farm with equestrian facilities for livery.
Beautiful room that screams tasteful ; could be used in the Farrow & Ball or Laura Ashley catalogue was my impression.
Friendly lovely host.
Great Ashley deserves its reputation. Spotlessly clean, well equipped, quiet and a great breakfast. The ingredients for the breakfast are all locally sourced. The owner is fun to talk to. My wife especially enjoyed the warm bathroom! I think an early booking for your visit...More
Ideal place to stay. Clean and extremely comfortable room. Accommodating host. Beautiful grounds and surroundings. Ideal base to explore local area in car or bicycle. Completely relaxing and stress free.
Response from GreatAshleyFarmOwner | Property representative |
Thank you so much for your enquiry regarding riding at Great Ashley Farm. All of the horses in our yard are private owned therefore we are not able to offer riding and we are not a registered riding school. We have 14... More
Thank you so much for your enquiry regarding riding at Great Ashley Farm. All of the horses in our yard are private owned therefore we are not able to offer riding and we are not a registered riding school. We have 14 beautiful horses in our equestrian yard and you are more than welcome to walk over to the stable yard and see them.