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31 Highworth Road

Stratton, Swindon

Wiltshire SN34QL

Information For Driving School Pupils and Parents

 

A warm welcome awaits all our guests, who will soon feel at ease and at home. Every effort is made to ensure a comfortable and relaxed stay in our B&B.

 

ROOMS

 

All our rooms are well equipped, en suite with bath or shower, TV, fridge and very high standard of décor. Should you require a hairdryer, iron, trouser press, please just ask. Fresh towels daily, shampoo, bath gels, soaps, etc, will all be found in your bathroom (don't worry if you forget your toothbrush, razor etc, we have new ones for your convenience).

 

BREAKFAST

 

Breakfast is continental and laid in your room so you can awake and eat at your leisure, which the youngsters usually like if there are lessons later in the day; they can lie in!

 

In the fridge there is fresh juice, milk, water, yogurt, chocolate, jams and butter. On the table is a selection of cereals, breakfast bars, croissants, rolls, fresh fruit, etc.

 

Courtesy Tray consists of tea, coffee, biscuits, cake and mints. You won't go hungry!

 

AMENITIES

 

Just a minute down the road they will find a nice, friendly pub which does delicious home-made food at very reasonable prices. A 10-minute walk and there is a 6 screen cinema and top name shops, well known chain bars, a gym and, just across the road is a bus stop and chemist. In the other direction a 5-minute walk will bring you to a chip shop, pizzeria and general store.

 

should they wish to bring a laptop there is Internet access throughout the house.

 

Should you have any questions regarding your youngsters stay, please feel free to call me on 01793 633553.

 

Youngsters tell me, not only do they learn to drive, they have lots of fun along the way. I'm told they often get to chat with other pupils about their driving, etc, during their breaks.

 

PARENTS

 

I hope I have put your minds at rest. Being a parent and grandparent myself, I know how important it is to feel your children are staying in a nice, comfortable, safe and clean guest house, especially as its possibly their first time away from home. (Anyway, you may be glad someone else is picking up their crisp packets for a few days!!)

L