We will be staying in Bradford-on-Avon for 4 days. But unfortunately the cottage where we will be staying does not have a parking space. Is there a parking lot/ garage where we can easily leave a car?
Yes of course there are car parks (en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/bradford_on_avon/), though many charge. But can you not just park on the street outside your house like most people do?
Even if there are parking restrictions on your street, they often apply for limited periods, or there may be a system for allowing temporary tenants to use resident parking permits. The best person to ask is the cottage landlord
Thank you so much for the link to the parking info!!! Great info!
The cottage where we will be staying is on the pedestrian street / no car access to the cottage, so parking on the street outside of the house is not possible.
With the info that you provided, it does look like we should be able to find at least a couple of convenient parking options.
There's lots of parking here but it will depend exactly where your cottage is.
The council website is pretty good as well - wiltshire.gov.uk/parkingtransportandstreets/…
- but be aware that we have lots of lovely hills in BoA :-). You may need to plan your parking carefully if you need to carry heavy stuff up a hill.
Be careful however, apart from the railway station car park all council ones are limited to 3 hours AFAIK.
BoA is a nightmare to park on the street as most of this is miles (literally) out of the town centre.
I think the OP has probably been and gone by now :-).
But I am a bit confused by your "miles out of the town centre" comment, as miles out of the town centre is another town :->. There is lots of free parking a few minute's walk from the middle of town, one of the popular spots being in front of my house :-(.
You sound a bit snippy. What's up?
Hi suesee, you are commenting in a post made 4 years ago, often called a “necropost”. We have all done this (!) but do try to spot the date as well as the content of a post.... people who wrote all that time ago are most unlikely to be monitoring the thread so it becomes pointless to add to it.