Visit Chippenham and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Chippenham, Wiltshire. A market town for centuries, King Alfred spent much time here and used to hunt in the nearby forests. Now a new concrete bridge, built in 1966, spans the Avon and leads to the town. Although industrial, it has a 15th-century Town Hall, as well as some attractive half-timbered houses and others in stone dating from the 18th century. St Andrew's Church was rebuilt in the 19th century, but the Hungerford Chapel is 15th-century and contains some interesting monuments.
Hardenhuish, pronounced Harnish, is now a suburb of Chippenham. On a green hill stands the church designed in 1779 by John Wood of Bath, a delightful example of Georgian church architecture, with two Venetian windows of particular charm.
Nearby cities: Bath, Bristol
Nearby towns: Calne, Chipping Sodbury, Corsham, Devizes, Melksham, Malmesbury, Swindon, Wootton Bassett
Nearby villages: Allington, Atworth, Bremhill, Castle Combe, Chittoe, Christian Malford, Foxham, Grittleton, Hardenhuish, Hawthorn, Kingston St Michael, Lacock, Neston, Rudloe, Seagry, Slaughterford, Stanley, Stanton St Quintin, Studley, Sutton Benger, Tytherton Lucas, Whitley, Yatton Keynell
Have you decided to visit Chippenham or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Chippenham bed and breakfast (a Chippenham B&B or Chippenham b and b)
- a Chippenham guesthouse
- a Chippenham hotel (or motel)
- a Chippenham self-catering establishment, or
- other Chippenham accommodation