“The 1940s railway carriage was a real delight to stay in. It is done up beautifully and has all you need to make your stay relaxing and comfortable. Sam, Dave and co were great hosts who were very welcoming. They even provided us with a lovely bottle of prosecco to help us unwind. We left undiscovered villages and towns behind so we are very keen to come back and stay in the one it’s kind railway carriage. Thanks for having us!”
“What a beautiful place! We spent three nights here during half term, a peaceful, happy haven for us and our two dogs. Sammy, Dave and family were friendly, accomodating and so kind. The Beehive is gorgeous! We will certainly visit again.”
“Sammy, Dave, their lovely family and the dogs are so friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble, even when I broke the blinds! They sorted it out for me immediately. Lovely quirky little home, very comfy and cosy with a nice private outside space. Would highly recommend and would definitely stay again. Nice touches such as fresh ground coffee, milk, gluten free bread and eggs were very much appreciated. Thank you all.”
“Sam and her family (dogs included) are warm and sociable. From arrival, we were made to feel like welcome guests. During our stay, they went out of their way to ensure that we were comfortable, that the property was clean and well-supplied, and that we felt welcome to use amenities such as the washing machine. The property has been recently decorated in excellent taste and furnished comfortably, making it a cozy spot for a short break. There are nearby shops and restaurants within easy walking distance. In conclusion, we would highly recommend this property to individuals and couples visiting Swindon and the surrounding area.”
There is an array of places to eat in and around Marston Farm and Swindon, from contemporary Indian to pub grub to tapas to fine dining. If you’d prefer a cozy night in, why not select your own mouth-watering delights from the smorgasbord on offer at award winning deli, Bloomfields, in the nearby market town of Highworth?
A variety of things to do and places to see can be found on your doorstep. How about visiting the remarkable STEAM – Museum of The Great Western Railway, walking the Ridgeway Trail or the Avebury stone circle, grabbing some bargains at the McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, exploring the Cotswolds, meandering around the historic city of Oxford or relaxing in The Thermae Bath Spa in the roman city of Bath?