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Cheap Hotels in Trowbridge

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Hilperton Road
0.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £81
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Fieldways Hotel and Health Club Hotel

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Hilperton Road
per night from £75
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The Somerset Arms Hotel

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High Street, Semington
3.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £80
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The Studio Hotel

9A Dark Lane North, Steeple Ashton
3.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £95
(price for Tue, 03 Sep)

Hotels in Trowbridge

On the other side of the Mendip Hills from Bath, the town of Trowbridge was once known as ‘the Manchester of the west'. The nickname was given after Trowbridge became a major hub of wool production. It acts as the county town for Wiltshire and is named in the Domesday Book as ‘Straburg'.

Visitors to Bath regularly choose Trowbridge hotels for their convenience, and take the opportunity to look around the town at the same time.

History and architecture

The old Trowbridge Castle is no longer standing, but you can see the outline of the building down Fore Street. The castle was recorded as being besieged in civil war in 1139.

A stained glass window in St James' Church pays tribute to local man Henry de Bohun. He owned the castle and was part of the group that pushed King John to sign the Magna Carta. The church itself dates back to the 13th century, and has been restored several times.

Learn more about the town at Trowbridge Museum. The Magna Carta has been displayed here on the major anniversaries of it being signed.

Things to do in Trowbridge

Trowbridge has a long heritage, and today the town is modern and has a lot to offer. At Trowbridge Park in the middle of town, kids can tackle the play areas while you admire the greenery.

There's an Odeon cinema in the town centre showing the latest movies. Next door, the Civic Centre has regular comedy shows, music performances and exercise classes.

Take the whole family to Hope Nature Centre to see alpacas, donkeys and other rare animals. The country park is open to walk around, and the Fairy Wood area is a special fantasy world for kids. Stop off for a spot of lunch at the Squirrel Tea Room before you head back.

Restaurants and cafés

Visit the Castle Place Shopping Centre for a Wetherspoon's and a burger bar. The dining options give you a break in between exploring the shops and the Market Hall.

The other main precinct is the Shires Shopping Centre, which likewise has places to grab a snack.

In town, you'll find Indian, Chinese, Italian and Thai restaurants. The big names include Prezzo, Nando's and Frankie & Benny's.

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