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Best Western Hotels has grown its portfolio with the addition of The Wiltshire Hotel in Wootton Bassett, Swindon.
The three-star property was built in 2004 and is owned by ex newspaper editor Eddy Shah and run by his wife Jennifer. Offering 58 guestrooms, an indoor pool, gym and restaurant, it is close to M4 motorway, Bristol - with its international airport - Bath, and is 1hr10mins from Heathrow.
The hotel"s function room seats 280 delegates, there are three meeting rooms, a large conference suite, and free Wi-Fi throughout.
"We are pleased to be joining the Best Western group, primarily for its excellent brand name and reputation," said The Wiltshire Hotel general manager and director Jennifer Shah.
"As an independent hotelier it also gives us unrivalled access to millions of potential customers throughout Great Britain and beyond and provides the ideal platform from which to promote our hotel."
She has plans to add 50 ensuite bedrooms, with work to be completed in 2009, plus holiday homes on the edge of its Golf and Country club.
With this latest addition, Best Western has increased its portfolio to 283 properties.