You would be hard pressed finding a prettier village to Castle Combe; one of the reasons it's been used as the setting for countless films and TV programmes from Warhorse to Poirot, to Downton Abbey. At the heart of the tiny historic village is one of the two local pubs, The Castle Inn, an inn that can be dated back to the 12th century. Twelve en-suite bedrooms to choose from and its restaurant serving homemade comforting meals, lighter bites and cream teas daily. Alternatively, for Michelin dining, take a two-minute stroll through the gates to next door estate of The Manor House, an Exclusive Hotel.
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