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Reviewed 13 August 2013

We stayed at this idyllic bed and breakfast in August 2013. From the moment we arrived we were made welcome and shown to our lovely room. We also had use of a comfortable lounge and t he freedom to wander or sit in the extraordinary garden, which comes complete with two pigs! Felicity's delicious breakfasts also have to be mentioned...

2Thank janet f
Reading, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 June 2013

We visited Westcourt Bottom, whilst on a short bike tour (the bikes were locked up safe and dry). The cottage is really beautiful and the gardens exquisite. Felicity and Bill are the most amiable couple one could hope to meet and the breakfasts are comprehensive and very tasty - and they are very flexible about serving times! The room was...

2Thank JennieJump
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 16 June 2013

Having stayed at Westcourt Bottom on three occasions now while on business in Wiltshire, I really recommend you to stay here instead of the usual corporate hotel. Felicity makes the most wonderful breakfast and the bedrooms have the most comfy beds. There are always tasty treats in the biscuit tin in your room too. In addition, there cannot be many...

2Thank Pip H
Harrow, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 May 2013

My mum and I stayed at Westcourt recently. We were attracted by the fact that we could get one-to-one tuition from an expert artist and teacher. It really was a three day 'Creative indulgence!' Bill had a lovely relaxed and encouraging style. This enabled us to learn a great deal during our stay. He offers a tempting range of artistic...

1Thank nisha619
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 May 2013

My daughter Nisha and I stayed with Bill and Felicity at their scenic b&b for three days and had excellent art training under expert artist, sculptor, caricaturist, teacher Bill. We were instructed in the stages of making a painting and did a couple of them under his expert eye and we had unbelievable results. Felicity made us really welcome and...

1Thank doczita
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 March 2013 via mobile

This is a really really nice place. A lovely 17th century (perhaps with later bits) partially-thatched house, beautifully decorated, with lovely, helpful Mrs Mather as front of house and Mr Mather's wonderful pictures on all the walks. Our room was warm and cosy, with everything one could need, including bath robes, and I slept like a log. Although we didn't...

2Thank Devonfan
Worthing, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 February 2013

Beautiful location and cottage. Accommodation so warm and comfortable, gardens a pleasure to walk in. Could not have been made to feel more welcome, nothing was too much trouble for Felicity & Bill. Will definitely be returning.

1Thank Jan D
Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 4 September 2012

As a traveling family, Bill and Felicity's 17th century B&B was a magical place our children just loved it and say its " Defo " the best place they have stayed in. The garden is so beautiful and Bill & Felicity seem like old friends by the time we left. Couldn't recommend this B&B enough. From a New Zeland/Irish family

2Thank snackaroo
Dartford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 28 June 2012

This lovely peaceful and picturesque B&B was our accommodation for 2 nights and was a tonic at a very difficult time, namely my 59-year-old brother-in-law's funeral after a road accident. As well as providing very comfortable accommodation, Bill and Felicity made us very welcome. It turned out that they knew the other villager who had died at this time, and...

1Thank Veronica H
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Reviewed 23 May 2012

My second visit to Felicity and Bill's charming home and B&B lived up to the high expectations created by the first. Just read the other reviews and you'll see what I mean. It's a magic place, especially for visitors from countries like mine that have no 17th century thatched houses. The gardens are serene and wonderfully designed; even their black...

2Thank Wendy F

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Large 17th-century thatched cottage on the edge of Burbage in quiet countryside. Half timbered rooms, large interesting gardens offer relaxed informal atmosphere. Log fire sitting room with TV for guests, coffee, tea and biscuits in both rooms. Free-range breakfasts with homemade bread, jams and juices. Free Wi-Fi. Central for Stonehenge, Avebury, Salisbury, Bath. Excellent pub food nearby. Ample free parking. Art lessons in drawing, painting and sculpting held in our own studios. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Westcourt Bottom

Address: 165 Westcourt | Burbage, Burbage, Marlborough SN8 3BW, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Wiltshire > Marlborough > Burbage
Price Range: $86 - $137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 2
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