Relax at Well House Manor - gardens, fountain, hotel
If you're coming to stay at Well House Manor - whether on a training course
, visiting another local business, or for leisure, you'll welcome our relaxed atmosphere. We're only a few hundred yards from Melksham town centre, but being set in our own 0.75 acre grounds we provide a quiet environment where you can relax and unwind, as well as spacious facilities from parking to bedrooms so that you can spread out.
Our gardens welcome you all year round - in spring, there's a riot of colours in the flowers. In summer, you can sit under the umbrellas on our patio and take a Strawberry Cream Tea, and in the autumn we have a number of special events planned such as our Apple Pressing Day
on 7th October, and our Pimms and Croquet Edwardian Afternoon
on 8th September.
Recently, we've improved our garden further - our patio where you can eat breakfast has been relayed in recent weeks, and is smart, convenient and a little different on these hot summer mornings (who wants to sit inside and cook?), and our Victorian Fountain has been commissioned; you can now see and hear the soothing flow of water thoughout the day, and stand and gaze at the constant flow.
We already have a busy September to look forward to at Well House Manor, but we've got something of a lull over the next fornight, taking us through the August Bank Holiday. We have a special deal on offer (and it runs again over Christmas) - see Friendly Places
for details of these offers, and our other offers that are added occasionally! (written 2012-08-19, updated 2012-11-04)
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articlesM161 - Gardens at Well House Manor 
Pimms and Croquet - Melksham Festival of Food and Drink - (2013-09-07) 
Pimms and Croquet at Well House Manor - 7th September 2013 - (2013-08-28) 
Wedding Reception preps at Well House Manor - (2013-08-21) 
Out of doors (mostly) at Well House in Melksham - (2013-07-12) 
Spring at Well House Manor - Teas and Coffees, Museum, Garden, Rooms - (2013-05-11) 
What is on OUR pond? - (2013-03-05) 
Well House Manor in the snow - (2013-01-18) 
Apple Pressing Day 2012 - (2012-10-07) 
Edwardian day with Croquet - Well House Manor, 8th September 2012 - Pictures - (2012-09-08) 
Mad week done - so come for Croquet - (2012-09-08) 
In the garden at Well House Manor - (2012-08-12) 
Returning guests - a sign of a good product. Cream teas and hotel rooms. - (2012-07-22) 
Strawberry Cream Teas in Melksham - available every day this summer - (2012-04-25) 
Garden Seating, Well House Manor - (2011-06-02) 
Dog, hotel, Melksham, Wiltshire? - (2011-05-21) 
Picturing the rain - (2008-09-05) 
Plenty of car parking at Well House Manor, Hotel, Melksham - (2008-06-20) 
The last tree to leaf - (2007-05-20) 
Planters in the Spring - (2007-04-10) 
A story of goldfish - (2006-05-02)
Some other Articles
Signs of AutumnGood cause giving - getting the charity beggars off the streetRooms ready for guests - each time, every time, thanks to good system designCaching Design PatternsRelax at Well House Manor - gardens, fountain, hotelCopying, duplicating, cloning an object in PHPAutoload in PHPSpraying data from one incoming to series of outgoing files in PerlGuest review - Well House Manor, MelkshamEvening behind Melksham Spa
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