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This week, we're updating our course layouts and descriptions. Presentation and materials always gently change over time, but just occasionally there's a need to make a step change to clear out some of the old and roll in the new. That's now happening - but over a long and complex site it's not instant and you'll see sections of the site changing up to and including 19th September.

See also [here] for status update
 
Christmas 2010 - Well House Manor, Melksham, Hotel

Well House Manor in the SnowWell House Manor will be open throughout the Christmas and New Year period, and we'll be delighted to welcome guests who are in the area to visit friends and family, to see the Christmas Illuminations, or just looking for a few days away. We'll be offering a quiet location - no parties or banquet meals (but I expect that breakfast on Christmas day may be a little extra!) and we'll just be charging our ususal rate of £80.00 per room per night (single occupancy) or £90.00 per room per night (double occupancy), including continental breakfast(s).

first Illustration - Well House Manor

Christmas lights in MelkshamWell House Manor is close to the centre of Melksham - within walking distance of most parts of the town, and with plenty of parking. We're set in 3/4 of an acre of our own grounds. Our five rooms have been described as "the best hotel bedrooms in Melksham", and who are we do disagree. See [here] for map and reviews. An electronic key card entry system allows you to come and go as you please at any hour - especially useful over the festive season when conventional hours really don't seem to apply!

Second Illustration - the lights in Longford Road, close to Well House Manor

The hotel web site is at www.wellhousemanor.co.uk where you can read more about us, and see lots more pictures too. If you would like to book, call us on 01225 708225, or use our secure online booking system which is [here].




The final Open Source training course from Well House Consultants in December 2010 will be Perl for Larger Projects from 20th to 22nd December. Training resumes in the first week of January 2011 - see Full 2011 training schedule

(written 2010-10-01)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
M100 - Introduction to Well House Manor
  [4147] A hidden hotel gem in Melksham - (2013-07-31)
  [3985] Special weekend at Well House Manor - come and see Wiltshire - (2013-01-20)
  [3864] Guest Guide for Well House Manor and Melksham - (2012-09-18)
  [3800] Fancy a weekend away? Try Well House Manor in Melksham, Wiltshire - (2012-07-09)
  [3765] Christmas in June? Melksham hotel bookings and Santa train - (2012-06-15)
  [3611] A customer thanks Well House Manor - (2012-02-13)
  [3202] Telling you something about us in just one line - (2011-03-15)
  [3115] Perl, Python, PHP, Lua, Linux, and more - and business hotel too. Menu for 2011 - (2010-12-31)
  [3014] Well House Manor - the next six years - (2010-10-24)
  [2941] Wedding season in Melksham - somewhere good to stay - (2010-08-31)
  [2923] Fresh air and beautiful places in Wiltshire - (2010-08-15)
  [2425] Weekend and Christmas Promotion - Well House Manor Hotel, Melksham - (2009-09-26)
  [2125] We have lost a regular business guest - (2009-04-10)
  [2119] Make your business a DESTINATION business - (2009-04-05)
  [2076] A New Advert for Well House Manor - (2009-03-11)
  [1975] Well House Manor Hotel - on plan for 2009 business guests - (2009-01-03)
  [1968] Review of 2008 - (2008-12-31)
  [1866] What a difference a day made - (2008-11-02)
  [1706] The Story of Well House Manor - (2008-07-12)
  [1492] Well House Consultants Training and Hotel - 2008 news - (2008-01-01)
  [1388] Well House Manor - a year on - (2007-10-12)
  [1384] An email update for past guests and delegates - (2007-10-08)
  [1371] Hotel in Melksham at Christmas - (2007-09-29)
  [1332] Melksham Hotel - Five Star Kitchen! - (2007-09-04)
  [1261] High summer at Well House Manor - (2007-07-08)
  [1211] A lot has happened in a year - (2007-05-31)
  [1132] Well House Manor, Melksham, Art Gallery - (2007-04-02)
  [1112] Bank Holiday country breaks in Melksham, Wiltshire - (2007-03-17)
  [1072] Well House Manor in the Snow - (2007-02-09)
  [1069] Rail trouble forced me to buy hotel - (2007-02-07)
  [1018] Open Source Courses and Business Hotel - products and prices for 2007 - (2007-01-01)
  [1002] Meet the neighbours - (2006-12-20)
  [978] Wellhouse Manor, Hotel, Melksham - (2006-12-10)
  [940] Winter at Well House Manor - Open Houses - (2006-11-23)
  [902] Brand new hotel and training centre, Melksham - (2006-10-22)
  [891] Well House Manor Hotel, Melksham, Wiltshire - (2006-10-10)
  [793] The Wilts and Berks Canal - (2006-07-05)
  [756] Seeing the bricks for the trees - (2006-06-11)
  [677] Sympathetic development - (2006-04-09)
  [571] Well House Manor - (2006-01-21)
  [512] Exciting futures - the Well House Manor project - (2005-11-30)

Z210 - Christmas and New Year
  [4235] Sharing my personal best of 2013 - (2013-12-31)
  [4227] Happy Christmas from the Well House Manor team - (2013-12-25)
  [3957] The week before Christmas - (2012-12-19)
  [3562] Christmas Day - for unique pictures - (2011-12-26)
  [3561] Happy Christmas ... a Christmas morning walk in Melksham - (2011-12-25)
  [3557] Melksham Christmas Lights - Town, Shops and Private Houses - (2011-12-20)
  [3538] Santa Train - another successful trip - 4th December 2011 - (2011-12-04)
  [3535] Melksham, Luxury Hotel Rooms, Christmas. - (2011-12-02)
  [3530] A typical weekend?? - (2011-11-28)
  [3116] Are there newspapers on New Years Day? Do the shops open on Easter Sunday? Do trains run at Christmas? - (2011-01-01)
  [3110] The days after Christmas - (2010-12-27)
  [3101] The week before Christmas - (2010-12-23)
  [3095] The Christmas Season has arrived - (2010-12-19)
  [2549] Christmas Day ... - (2009-12-25)
  [2543] Day and night at Christmas - (2009-12-19)
  [2529] Santa Special, 2009 - (2009-12-06)
  [2528] Melksham Christmas Lights - (2009-12-05)
  [2486] Santa Special - Trowbridge and Melksham to Swindon - (2009-10-31)
  [1959] - - (2008-12-24)
  [1952] Small Print - (2008-12-19)
  [1942] Christmas scenes and events - (2008-12-14)
  [1931] Frosty Morning, foggy evening - (2008-12-08)
  [1914] It must be nearly Christmas - (2008-12-01)
  [1484] A christmas message - (2007-12-25)
  [1483] What have hotels and bananas got in common? - (2007-12-24)
  [1481] The Christmas Letter - (2007-12-22)
  [1462] 10 training days to Christmas. - (2007-12-07)
  [980] Street Scene - (2006-12-12)
  [953] Christmas in November - (2006-11-29)
  [573] Giving an excuse for Christmas - (2006-01-22)
  [543] The world didn't stop for Christmas - (2005-12-26)
  [541] Christmas is for everyone - (2005-12-25)
  [540] Christmas Party - (2005-12-24)
  [162] A Change is as good as a rest - (2004-12-27)
  [161] Christmas break - (2004-12-23)


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