|Self-catering accommodation in the beautiful Saxon town of Bradford on Avon Wiltshire|
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|How to get to Bradford on Avon|
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|From Bath - 8 miles
Take the A36 Warminster Road out of Bath. After approximately 5 miles, turn left on the B3108 and carry on until you reach Bradford-on-Avon.
M4 WEST, Exit JUNCTION 17 to Chippenham. A350 taking the Chippenham Western By-pass. A4 Bath Road to Corsham. B3109 from Corsham to Bradford-on-Avon.
From the North
M5 SOUTH, Exit JUNCTION 15,M4 EAST Exit JUNCTION 18. A46 Bath and take the new western by-pass to Corsham and then B3109 to Bradford-on-Avon
|Bradford-on-Avon railway station is
approximately six minutes walk from the cottage.
Currently (as of June 2013) the station is served by twice-hourly in each direction throughout the day, as most trains on both main routes now call here. It is also currently served by three South West Trains services a day from Bristol Temple Meads to London Waterloo in each direction, plus one that originates and terminates at Salisbury.
There is an hourly service each way on Sundays, with some additional calls by Weymouth trains.Details of live service can be found here: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/BOA.html
|264 and 265 running from Bath bus station will
take you right into the town centre of Bradford on Avon.
The photo is of a local service bus a map of the local service buses can be found here: Network Map
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