Marshfield is situated on the edge of the Cotswolds, close to the city of Bath. The Catherine Wheel is ideally located for visiting a number of attractions, including Cheltenham and Bath Racecourses, Castle Combe Motor Racing Circuit and Badminton Horse Trials. Being only 5 miles from junction 18 of the M4 we are also in prime location for shopping in Bath and Bristol or sightseeing in Somerset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. If shopping is not your thing you why not sample the excellent countryside on foot or bike. The Cotswold Way walk is on our doorstep.
The Catherine Wheel is an impressive building, much of it dating back to the 17th Century. Simple, sympathetic décor complements the exposed stonewalls and large open fireplaces.
Today we are highly regarded for our home cooked food and real ales served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We use local produce when available and all our food is freshly prepared by fully trained chefs. A variety of eating areas are available including an elegant dining room and a small sunny patio. Booking for weekends and Sunday lunch is advisable
Several real ales are on offer including the popular local Cotwsold Spring Brewery's Award Winning "Stunner", as well as an excellent wine list to suit all tastes.
The Catherine Wheel also has three comfortable en suite guest rooms, all with TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
Well behaved dogs (on a lead) are welcome in the bar, back room or garden; if a dog water bowl is not available then please ask.
If you are using our postcode in a satnav (particularly GARMIN) please check it is sending you to Marshfield and not Colerne!!!
Thursday 30th July - The Pipley Bottom Boys
Thursday 6th August CURRY night
'Like' The Catherine Wheel on Facebook - www.facebook.com/thewheelmarshfield
for your chance to win Sunday Lunch for two
MUSIC nights - last thursday of the month
CURRY nights - first thursday of the month
Conference facilities with free wifi access and projector
Bed & Breakfast 01225 892220
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