The Best Western Premier Blunsdon House Hotel, BW Premier Collection in Swindon is set in 30 acres of beautiful Wiltshire countryside, overlooking the Vale of Cricklade with views of the Cotswolds. An ideal place to stay in Swindon, you’ll be surrounded by picture postcard villages and ancient landmarks, not to mention the excellent shopping facilities of the town itself.
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With its great location, the Best Western Premier Blunsdon House Hotel, BW Premier Collection is famously welcoming and has been owned and run by the Clifford family for over 50 years, who celebrated their Golden Jubilee in 2010. With the M4 Corridor just one mile away, the Swindon hotel is convenient for London (80 miles), Bristol (40 miles) and Birmingham (85 miles), so you'll never be far from things to see and do. Take a walk along the Ridgeway, near Swindon and enjoy breathtaking views across the Marlborough Downs. In the fantastic surrounding countryside, you’ll find huge images carved into hills (like the famous White Horse of Uffington) and monuments that pre-date recorded history at Avebury and Silbury Hill.
More practically, you can enjoy a bargain in the Swindon Designer Outlet Village and Brunel Shopping Centre. Close to the hotel itself at the Blunsdon Abbey stadium, you can find motorcycle speedway racing, featuring the Swindon Robins.
The Best Western Premier Blunsdon House Hotel, BW Premier Collection in Swindon has fabulous rooms available for conference hire and is one of the most sought-after wedding venues in Swindon. This hotel, plus all that surrounds it, is a real hidden gem.
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No pets allowed, Guide and Hearing dogs only
Hotel location and the surrounding area
We arrived on Friday at the hotel, which looked lovely, however after our first night stay we where very disappointed, the bed was lumpy and uncomfortable, our flush on the toilet was stiff and would...
Stayed here for a week when my mother-in-law was taken ill.
In the main building, a quiet room on the same floor as the conference rooms.
Room comfy, but decor a bit tired. Roomy and with bath and...
North East England, United Kingdom on 21-Feb-2020
We have visited THe BLunsdon House for carvery Sunday lunch over many years, the main bar area has been renovated and is beautiful, classy and as always reasonably priced drinks, unfortunately for me...
By claire r
Swindon, United Kingdom on 21-Feb-2020
After a very disappointing family get together, in a private room, for my Dad's 90th birthday, we were wary about revisiting the Blunsdon House. However this was a completely different experience...
Westayed at this hotel for a pre-christmas family break and were very impressed. We returned as a couple to enable us to visit some attractions in the local area and again we were pleased with our...
Exercise facility open from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
24-hour front desk, staffed
Safe deposit box
Babysitting on request
Photocopy, nominal fee
Dance floor available
Parking for the physically challenged, complimentary, 24-hour
Ice machines available
Giftshop or newstand
Outdoor parking, complimentary, 24-hour
Cable or satellite television 16-inch color television, CNN
AM/FM alarm clock
Private bath or shower in superior rooms
High-speed Internet access, wireless
Direct dial telephone
AM/FM radio stereo
Room service, 24 hours
TVs available for hire (42 inch)
Iron, ironing board
Plugs near mirrors
3.00 mile(s) from Swindon & Cricklade Railway, Wiltshires only standard gauge railway line. Visit and ride upon a fully functioning railway right here in Blunsdon
7.00 mile(s) from Cotswold Water Park, Britain's largest water park with over 133 lakes. Country parks with picnic and BBQ sites, go karting, footpaths, cycle ways, nature reserves and a manmade beach. Watersports include water skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, angling and much more.
4.00 mile(s) from Steam Museum of the Great Western Railway, Wiltshires family attraction of the year telling the story of the men and women who built the Great Western Railway
4.00 mile(s) from Lydiard Park, wander through the elegant ground floor apartments of this small stately home or visit the 260 acres of parkland surrounding it
12.00 mile(s) from Cotswold Wildlife Park, a lovely Wildlife Park in beautiful grounds. Rare animals including lovely red pandas, a Bat house and an exhibition of spiders and reptiles. There is a train to travel the park, and pleasant coffee stops.
15.00 mile(s) from Avebury Stone Circle, as fascinating as Stonehenge, this ancient stone circle surrounds a pretty village. A huge tithe barn houses a craft exhibition.
22.00 mile(s) from Bourton On The Water, an Enchanting Village by a stream. Visit the Perfume factory, the Motor Museum (the home of Brum) and the Model Village
30.00 mile(s) from Oxford, see this famous University City in an open topped bus. Learn its history from a moving school desk at the excellent Oxford Story attraction
35.00 mile(s) from Highclere Castle, one of England's most beautiful Victorian Castles set amidst 1,000 acres of spectacular parkland and is home to the filming of the popular TV series Downton Abbey.
Tawny's, on premises, Bar/Lounge, International, Open for: lunch
Flame, on premises, Bar/Lounge, Steak House, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
4 mile(s) from Swindon
25 mile(s) from Oxford
30 mile(s) from Bath
42 mile(s) from Bristol
0.50 mile(s) from Swindon Greyhound Racing, this track is within walking distance of the hotel. The track at Abbey Stadium features sweeping bends and long, wide straights, encouraging clean, trouble free racing. Race nights are Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
0.50 mile(s) from Swindon Speedway, is within walking distance of the of the hotel. Race nights are held on a Thursday evening and the gates open at 6:30 p.m. with racing commencing between 7:30 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.
4.00 mile(s) from Swindon Town Football Club, currently playing in League Two. The clubs home ground is the County Ground, which has an all-seated capacity of 15,728.
29.00 mile(s) from Gloucester Docks, visit the docks for a peek at history, boat trips, antiques museums and special events
40.00 mile(s) from Bath, see the Pump Room and the famous Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, drink in the atmosphere of this popular destination
3.50 mile(s) from MacArthur Glen Designer Outlets, 100s of designer labels at high street prices
10.00 mile(s) from Cotswold Mark, a busy market town, with boutique shops, Cirencester is steeped in history.
28.00 mile(s) from Stow on the Wold, a pretty village, with many interesting shops, particularly antiques and gifts, definitely worth a visit
4.00 mile(s) from Thamesdown, Bus 12 bus stop
60.00 mile(s) from Bristol International Airport
72.00 mile(s) from London Heathrow International Airport