Perfect location

Located at the east end of Marshfield High Street, the Lord Nelson is a lovely destination after a walk in the village or in the surrounding countryside.

The village of Marshfield lies on the southern edge of the Cotswolds and is just 6 miles from the Roman city of Bath. With a substantially 18th Century High Street, the village proudly displays its architectural heritage based on the old wool and malting industries. Village amenities include an outstanding village shop, a butchers, newsagents and post office.

Things to do

Marshfield’s Central to Bath (15 minutes) and Bristol (25 minutes), is an ideal base for exploring both cities. Bath is a World Heritage site and boasts Roman baths, a medieval abbey, a wealth of Georgian architecture, restaurants and of course the Jane Austin museum. Great shopping second to London, with all the designer names, whilst the historic maritime port of Bristol offers many visitor attractions, such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain. 

Just a short trip will take you to the English villages of Lacock and Castle Coombe, and the lovely Dyrham Park and Westonbirt Arboretum. All worth a visit. For the active visitor The Cotswold Way passes just two miles from the Lord Nelson. 

Marshfield does have a bus service to Bath, Bristol and Chippenham, it sometimes a bit erratic therefore it is strongly recommended that guests have their own transport.

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