Pickwick Lodge Farm is situated just outside the small town of Corsham, eight miles from the city of Bath. The farm, located at the end of a long tarmac drive, is a working farm producing beef cattle and crops. The farm buildings are surrounded by fields and provide peace and tranquility.


We are located at the end of a half-mile long tarmac drive. Our location is peaceful and surrounded by lovely countryside and therefore not ideally suited to those without their own transport.

The nearest shops are in Corsham approximately two miles away or a half hour walk. The nearest pub for supper is a five minute drive or a twenty minute walk away. We can also advise on eating places elsewhere. 

A bus stop is at the end of the drive, with services to Bath (approx 30 minute journey) or Corsham and Chippenham in the other direction (5 minutes and 15 minutes respectively). We have bus timetables available on request. 

The nearest railway station is Chippenham.

The M4 (junction 17) is approximately seven miles away. 

This map shows how to find us

Arrival by Car

Parking is on hard-standing by the garden gate (shown by a sign on the wall which says ‘B&B parking’).

The arrival time is between 4pm and 6pm. Guests wishing to arrive at a different time to this are kindly requested to inform us in advance. 

The walk from the front gate to the front door is on a gravel surface. 

Main Entrance  

The front porch has a small step of two inches and flagstones up to the front door. Please ring the doorbell on first arrival. Once checked in you will have your own front door key for the duration of your stay. 

Guest Accommodation

On entering the hall (which is carpeted) there are stairs leading to the double bedroom with en-suite. Two of the bedrooms are up another six steps. 

The sitting room and breakfast room lead off the hall and there are five steps to go down into the breakfast room. 

The house has full central heating. 

Sitting Room and Breakfast Room

The sitting room is shared with the owners and has comfortable settees and armchairs. There is a wood burner, LCD freeview television and magazines to read. 

The breakfast room has five steps down from the sitting room and a large table which guests all sit round together. There is a large fireplace with a wood burner and both rooms are fully carpeted. 


Double with En-suite

The double (en-suite) bedroom with views over looking the garden, is spacious and tastefully decorated. The room contains a standard (4’6) double bed, two easy chairs, wardrobe, chest of drawers, two side tables, and clock radio.  There is a beverage tray which is well presented with tea (including herbal and fruit teas), coffee (caffeinated and de-caf), hot chocolate, locally made biscuits, wine glasses and a bottle opener. There are also up-to-date magazines. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, fluffy towels and bathrobes.

Twin room with En-suite

The twin room with en-suite has two large windows with lovely views out over the fields.  The room is fully carpeted and has two single beds (3’6), a comfy settee, T.V, wardrobe and a small chest of drawers which also acts as a bedside table. The beverage tray contains a selection of tea’s, coffee’s , hot chocolate, locally made biscuits, wine glasses, a bottle opener and a selection of magazines. The shower roomhas an electric shower, vanity unit and toilet, bathrobes, fluffy towels and individual toiletries.  

Triple Room

The triple room has views looking out over the fields and garden and is large and tastefully decorated. There is a 4’6 double bed and a 3’6 single bed, large fitted wardrobes, a chest of drawers, two bedside tables, two large comfy armchairs, T.V, clock radio and a vanity unit. A beverage tray is provided with a selection of teas, coffee’s, hot chocolate, locally made biscuits, bottled water and chocolates. 

This bedroom has a private bathroom down the landing containing a large Victorian roll top bath with shower over, a toilet and wash basin. A selection of individual toiletries are provided. 


Guests are welcome to walk around the garden. Please note there are some steps in part of the garden. In the summer there is a garden table and chairs for guest use and guest are welcome to take beverages outside to enjoy the peace and quiet and wildlife. 

General Information

We do not permit smoking in any part of the building but guests may smoke in the garden where ashtrays are provided. 

Breakfast is served between 6.45am and 9am. This will be arranged with guests on arrival.