Honeysuckle Cottage B&B

Comfortable Apartment annexed to 18th Century Cottage

Broughton Gifford near Bradford on Avon and Bath

Access & Allergens

Access and Allergens Statement for Honeysuckle Cottage



Our aim is to cater for the needs of all visitors in our home. The following statement is a summary of our provision. If you have any specific questions please feel free to call us and we will endeavour to help.


There is a bus stop opposite the Bell about 5 minutes walk but the service is not very frequent. The main train station at Bradford on Avon is 15 minutes away by car. There are many local taxi services, if required we can make a booking for you. We have a website www.honeysuckle-cottage.org.uk and directions to us are on the Find Us page. You can contact us via phone or email (details below)

Arrival & Car Parking Facilities

On arrival to the property there is a hard standing in front of our garage with a yellow door and a five bar gate. There are 3 marked bays for parking. The surface is a slight slope of concrete and there is a level footpath made of concrete to the front door of the house. We can assist guests with luggage

Main Entrance

The front door is 71cm wide and there is a 10cm high edge/step to negotiate. There is a bell pull 140cm from the ground if the door is not open. On entry into our home there is a porch 122cm x 122cm. There is an inner glass door 68cm wide leading into the dining room area with a step down of 14cm. The entire house has fitted carpets and rugs. The house is fully centrally heated

Breakfast Room and Stairs

The porch leads into the breakfast room. There are 11 steps in the stairwell to a landing where both bedrooms are situated. The stair steps are 18cm high, 24cm deep, and 85cm wide and there are two corners to negotiate. A hand rail 95cm high from the step is available on the left of the stairs. The stairs and the landing are well lit and a low energy light is left on outside the double bedroom all night. Breakfast is served in the breakfast room on a period oval table seating up to 6 persons. The table is 136cm wide 175cm long and 74cm high; there is one chair with arms. Breakfast usually consists of juices, cereals, fruits, yoghurts, scrambled eggs (or to order), bacon/ham, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, toast, jams, marmalade, butter, coffee and tea. Vegetarians or vegans can be catered for with prior warning. Please advise us of any specific dietary problems i.e. dairy produce beforehand.

The Flat

The flat is situated on top of the garage behind the 5 bar and pedestrian gate by the garage with a level path to wooden stairs leading to a balcony and the front door. There are 13 steps to the top each step is 18 cm high, depth of 21.5 cm and widths of 79 cm. There is a small 10 cm step up through the front door which is 1.98m high and 0.74m wide. The balcony is 3.9 m long and 1.65m wide. There is a railing 1.17m. The balcony is unsuitable for toddlers and small children without parental control.

Lobby Area

This area is 1.87m by 0.82m two doors leading to the bathroom and the living space. Doors are 0.67m wide and 1.96m high Bathroom Area 1.55m by 2.2m contains a bathtub 1.55m by 0.73m, electric shower over the bath tub, basin. WC and heated towel rail mirror and cupboard.

Living Space

The area contains a kitchenette 3.88m by 1.39m sink unit, with cupboards, crockery and cutlery, microwave, toaster and fridge. The bedroom and sitting area is 5.64m by 3m contains two standard single beds, futon (sofa/double bed), chairs, cupboard and built in wardrobe and shelves.

Garden and Outside

We have a small garden (flower border and lawn) and patio area for guests to sit in. Access to the garden is by the back door of the breakfast room (which is also the nearest access in case of fire). There is a vast common in front of the B&B for walking and has natural paths crisscrossing it. The common is cut end of June or July and in Spring early Summer is abundant with wild flowers and grasses. Our garage is available for storing bikes or there is a sheltered spot behind the five bar gate.

Additional Information

Mobile phone reception is generally good but can be patchy. Wi-Fi is available 24/7. We are able to use the front and back doors (see above) in the need of evacuation. If you require more assistance for evacuating please notify us on arrival and we will ensure you are evacuated safely e.g. hearing impairment. We are a no smoking building and garden (windows too close to the garden sitting area). Our main fridge can be used on request (not available 24 hours). The Bell (Pub and Restaurant) is a few minutes walk from us across the Common.


This is to conform to The Food Information Regulation effective from December 13th 2014. Foods that we cook and serve with any of the 14 allergens contained within are listed below.

Welcome Tray

Shortbread wheat, milk

Chocolate biscuits wheat, milk, soya


Muesli nuts, oats, barley, wheat, gluten, sulphites, peanuts

Granola oats, almonds, wheat, barley, rye and other nuts

Cereals please ask to see the packet for propriety cereals, such as cornflakes, weetabix, rice crispies etc

Porridge Oats oats, gluten, may contain traces of nuts, peanuts, lupin, milk and soya

Bread wheat, barley, gluten, soya, egg, milk

Butter milk

 Contact Information

 Address: Honeysuckle Cottage, 95 The Common, Broughton Gifford, Wiltshire, SN12 8ND

Telephone: +44(0)1225 782463

Email: info@honeysuckle-cottage.org.uk

Website: www.honeysuckle-cottage.org.uk

Hours of operation: All the year round except Christmas. This is our home so we are here 24/7 but do need to get out on occasion. Guests are given keys to access the B&B and their rooms but we do request an estimated arrival time on your first day. Departure is requested by 11.00 a.m. unless by prior arrangement with us.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​