The Westbrook Inn is situated just outside of Bromham village on the A3102 road, on the edge of Spye Park, approximately 6 miles northwest of Devizes and 8 miles south of Chippenham in Wiltshire. The historical Market Town of Chippenham is one of the West Country’s bright and vibrant towns, nestled on the banks of the River Avon. The area is only a little over an hour’s journey from central London and an ideal centre to explore the beautiful surrounds of rural Wiltshire, Bath, Colm and the Cotswolds. Chippenham is 4 miles south of the M4 and on the mainline rail route from London Paddington to the Westcountry and just 10 minutes by train to Bath.
Surrounding the Westbrook Inn is a number of stone built villages and the film makers favourites of Lacock (National Trust), Diddestone and Castle Combe, featured in many film and TV dramas. Great houses and art treasures of Longleat, Bowdood, Corsham Court, Lacock Abbey and Dyrham Park are all within easy reach, as is the Castle Combe racing circuit and many other visitor attractions.
The Westbrook Inn is an attractive, two storey detached property with white washed elevations under pitched slate and tile roofs. The property has parking to the front and rear and an attractive garden, part of which is decked. The garden also has an extensive play area. The interior of the property has been completed renovated with character trading area and a fully equipped commercial kitchen with extensive back of house space. Above the pub is a beautifully presented owners flat arranged as an en-suite master bedroom with views over the garden and two further small double bedrooms.