• Valentine's Day Chartridge Venues

    Valentine's Day DinnerJoin us for a romantic Valentine’s dinner at Marsh Farm Hotel and enjoy a pre-dinner glass of rhubarb and ginger gin fizz, on either Friday 14th or Saturday 15th February 2020.

Looking for a Romantic Hideaway this Valentines Weekend?  Marsh Farm Hotel is tucked away just outside Royal Wootton Bassett.

Enjoy a romantic walk around Lydiard Park a Grade II listed park that has a history dating back to the Doomsday Book and has been open to the public since 1955, a 5 minute drive away.  The Hotel is also an excellent base to enjoy Swindon Designer Village from, or make your way to the Historic Cotswold Market Towns of Cirencester and Malmsbury, both a 20 minute drive away.

It’s always a popular night so make sure to book early.

Valentine’s Day Dinner

Join us for a romantic Valentine’s dinner at Marsh Farm and a glass of rhubarb and ginger gin fizz, per person on arrival on either Friday 14th or Saturday 15th February.

Take a look at the Menu here.

£49.00 per couple

Or, why not make an evening of it by staying overnight, take advantage of this fabulous deal?

Afternoon tea for two on day of arrival between 12 noon and 3 pm
Pre-dinner drink, rhubarb and ginger gin fizz
Dinner for two from our Valentine’s Menu
Accommodation in a Standard Double
White and red rose petals on the bed
Full English breakfast
Complimentary 12 noon late check-out

£99.00 per couple

Bedroom upgrades from £10.00
Add a bottle of Prosecco on ice in the room £15.00
Add a second night (Accommodation and Breakfast only) for £49.00

So book now, to avoid disappointment! Contact the team on 01793 842800 or email reservations1.marsh@chartridge.co.uk

Marsh Farm Valentine's Day Dinner Menu

Treat your loved one to a romantic dinner at Marsh Farm or book a table to enjoy the evening with friends.

Join us for a 3-course candlelit meal on either Friday 14th or Saturday 15th February 2020.

Upon arrival you’ll be greeted with a glass of rhubarb ginger gin fizz.

So don’t delay, book your table now!