Lydiard House Conference Centre
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Lydiard House Conference Centre Swindon
Travel Blogs from Swindon
... five roundabouts in one, creating a swirling vortex of car chaos that I was quite thankful not to have to drive through. I tell you people in the UK really know how to drive. We get quite mollycoddled back home with automatic cars and long, wide and straight roads.
We hit up the gym in the early afternoon at the Swindon Marriott. The gym was quite swanky, with each treadmill having it's own television screen. Even the changing room was nice, with ...
... Chris took us to the sites where they filmed the Harry Potter movies. Its amazing. I am just stunned by the amount of money involved firstly in building then maintaining and running the colleges. Unbelievable that each college have their own chapel which is decked out to the standard of most cathedrals.
Also checked out the Corpus Christie College which is the college where ...
... felt hot because it IS hot, and suggested she hydrate more once she admitted that all she's been drinking is coffee. Food is really interesting too. We've had loads of kids, mostly girls, come in complaining of stomach pain and headaches. When I asked what they've had to eat that day, "An apple." "A piece of bread." HELLO! One girl came in complaining of nausea and vomiting, and when I asked what she'd had for dinner, she said a ...
... The university dates back to 1027 and it shows in the style and atmosphere. The great minds that passed through the streets. All of it makes the feel of the place amazing in itself
Each college has its own unique church, courtyards, library, and dinning hall. Unfortunately, going on graduation day meant most of the colleges were closed and I was unable to see the dinning hall the modeled Harry Potter off of. The courtyard in Merton College, ...
... to the public.
The Crescent overlooks Royal Victoria Park, an expanse of lawns with a bandstand, bowling green and tennis courts and the pavilion Cafe at the end closest to the town and Queens Square.
Walking away from the town, along Royal Avenue, leads you to the Botanic Gardens. I'll have to visit them another day, as I had walked far enough.