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Liddington Holiday Accommodation Guide
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Liddington Holiday Accommodation Guide

Checkout Liddington on stay4you.com, you can do a search for a vacation rental in Liddington and see what's available; then, you can contact the owner to make your reservation. Stay4you.com's convenient booking site for lodgings may be just what you need for your next trip.
Get a hotel room in Wiltshire in South West England and use it as a jumping off point for day travels.
No matter if you're looking for a city apartment or a country cottage, Stay4you.com will help you get the best deal on a direct booking. Some very nice places to stay the night may be found in Liddington and the surrounding area. A hotel, inn, or bed and breakfast can take many different forms.

Liddington is a village in Wiltshire, to the southeast of Swindon, with views of the Vale of the White Horse and the Lambourn Hills. Around 15 minutes north of Marlborough, the settlement is on the edge of the Marlborough Downs. Since the beginning of recorded history, the parish has been a place of settlement. The Ridgeway is located in the parish to the north of the hamlet, and Liddington Castle, an Iron Age hill fort, overlooks the modern-day community.

A primary school and a church are located in the village, while Wanborough is close by. The M4 motorway, the A419 to Cirencester, and quick train connections from Swindon to London Paddington are all easily accessible from Liddington.
From a vacation rental designed for two, the Downs and the historic Ridgeway walkways offer lovely hikes. There are also riding and cycling routes with beautiful views of the Valley of the White Horse and the Downs' rolling landscape.

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The classic English village is located in a conservation area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is made up of charming homes and cottages that are arranged around a central mill pond. It also has a village hall, an old Norman church, and a tavern.
The Marlborough Downs, where the well-known White Horse can be seen for miles in every direction and where a large portion of the surrounding landscape has been named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
While Marlborough, a nearby market town, offers a variety of boutique stores, cafes, restaurants, and pubs as well as Marlborough College, Broad Hinton offers a number of facilities like a post office and a primary school. The M4 is conveniently accessible at either junction 15 or 16, allowing access to the M5 and the north as well as a quick train service from Swindon, which is only eight miles away and takes around fifty minutes to reach London Paddington.
The Great Western Railway's Steam Museum in Swindon is another excellent day trip option. The Liddington area is home to several excellent walking trails across the countryside, and the National Trust's White Horse Hill in Uffington is a delightful site to visit.
Shrivenham Park and Wrag Barn both offer golf.
Book a room at a bright, contemporary bed and breakfast that features open-concept living and entertaining rooms as well as cosy, private spots to unwind to at the end of the day. Six opulent bedrooms with en suite bathrooms are located upstairs. A Harty breakfast is served each morning. With a raised deck in the front and wide lawns in the back for outdoor leisure and safe kid-friendly play, this high location home was intended to take use of its surroundings.
See Barbury Castle, Liddington Castle, and Uffington Castle, three historic sites along the lovely Ridgeway National Trail in Oxford and Cheltenham, with your family. The closest airport is Gloucestershire Airport; stay in a genuine country inn with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

After a meal in the elegant and stylish dining room, guests can take a stroll through acres of beautiful gardens and open countryside. In this neighbourhood, you can find Ti pi tents, camping and glamping tents to rent, as well as motorhome and caravan pitches, with prices ranging from a cheap ground tent to a luxurious glamping pod to fit any budget and group size.

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Liddington lovely village
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We had a pleasant time during our stay in Liddington since it is a charming little village, where we discovered a wonderful bed and breakfast and where, just a short distance away by car, we were able to have dinner.
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