Car is a must as a fair distance from anywhere although the guest house was very quiet and... See full review
15 Nov 2009
Cool rustic chic flows effortlessly throughout the property, with a dreamy blend of French inspiration and English quintessential heritage, the Marco Pierre White's Pear Tree Inn Bath delivers authentic and enriching experiences.
Located near to Bath, Bristol and the villages of Castle Combe and Lacock, this inn is an ideal base for touring the area Whitley and the town of Melksham, where there is plenty to see and do around.
Located in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, within easy access of the M4, junction 17, the Marco Pierre White's Pear Tree Inn Bath is just south of the Cotswolds and north of the Mendips.
The restaurant attracts customers from a wide area to experience the menu that is designed not only to interest your taste buds but also to satisfy guest's appetite, the rustic atmosphere, with open fires and candles on the tables, plus the friendliness of the hosts. Guests can enjoy a variety of beverages at the bar with wine list that is carefully selected wines from all over the world.
The 8 rooms are luxuriously decorated with an aim to retain the character of the building, while being furnished to the highest standard to give all the guests maximum comfort.
Pear Tree Inn- A Marco Pierre White Hotel Rooms
Classic Double offers 1 double bed. The 8 rooms are luxuriously decorated, aimed to retain the character of the building while being furnished to the highest standard. Fitted in creams and whites. Offering a comfortable bed with fresh, crisp white linen sheets, soft comfortable pillows and home made biscuits with tea and coffee in the room. The bathrooms are a sleek affair of marble, stainless steel, and cosy towelling robes.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
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Melksham is steadily gaining in popularity due to its ideal location on the A350, a main gateway to the magnificent Wiltshire countryside. It is loved by people enjoying walking or cycling along the lanes and byways of this beautiful county, visiting Wiltshire's World Heritage sites and its stately homes and gardens such as Bowood, Longleat and Chalfield Manor, or perhaps walking along the excellently restored Kennet & Avon canal system. It is within easy travelling distance of the Georgian grandeur of the historic City of Bath, the beautiful villages of Lacock and Castle Combe and the splendour of the Cotswolds.Bath - the only World Heritage Site city in the UK. A Georgian architectural gem. Museums and shops abound. There over 5,000 listed buildings and the Roman Baths are among the finest. The long awaited new Spa is now open. This city is a must for any visit to the West Country.
The restaurant attracts customers from a wide area to experience the menu, the rustic atmosphere, with open fires and candles on the tables. Plus the friendliness of the hosts. All dishes are well executed using top-notch ingredients, designed not only to interest your taste buds but also to satisfy guest's appetite. Coupled with this the hotel has a varied cellar of wine and diverse choice of real ales.
Terms and conditions
Extra charges may apply for children. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the quoted rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Review of Pear Tree Inn- A Marco Pierre White Hotel
15 Nov 2009
Car is a must as a fair distance
Car is a must as a fair distance from anywhere although the guest house was very quiet and secluded. We had dinner and breakfast (which was included in price of room) and both meals were of high quality. We would recommend the Pear Tree Inn Guest