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BA12 7LY, Warminster, Longleat
This stylish bed and breakfast is situated on the magnificent Longleat Estate, a 5 minute drive from Longleat Safari Park from Bath Arms park tickets are available direct from reception, a 24 hour notice is... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
SP2 8JQ, Salisbury, Harnham Road
This 13th-century coaching inn has stunning views across the River Avon to the Salisbury Cathedral. It has a bar, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and Salisbury Railway Station is just 10 minutes away. All rooms are... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
SN12 7PU, Beanacre, Beechfield House,
Beechfield House is a 4 AA Red Star country house hotel located near Bath, Longleat, Lacock and Stonehenge, housed in a striking late-Victorian country house set within 8 acres of beautiful grounds. It also offers... read more
£ 90.25View Rates
SN4 0QJ, Swindon, Whittingham Drive
Set in 20 acres of landscaped grounds, Alexandra House boasts impressive leisure facilities and comfortable rooms. The hotel is just over 6 km from the centre of Swindon. The superb health and leisure club offers... read more
£ 46.80View Rates
SN8 1LZ, Marlborough, High Street Marlborough
In a 16th-century inn, Castle and Ball is rich in character, and features a traditional restaurant and ale bar. The inn is situated on Britain’s widest high street, in the heart of Marlborough and comes... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
SN6 7SD, Swindon, The Avenue, Stanton Fitzwarren, Swindon
Overlooking a lake and parkland, Stanton House Hotel is an idyllic stone house that nestles amid the picturesque Wiltshire countryside. There are two restaurants and all rooms are en suite. Comfortable rooms all come with... read more
£ 35.00View Rates
SN3 6AQ, Swindon, Marlborough Road
Just minutes from junction 15 of the M4, this modern hotel has a leisure centre, an international restaurant and a scenic garden terrace. Holiday Inn Swindon is less than 3 miles from the town centre.... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
SN16 0RB, Malmesbury, Easton Grey
Nestled within 12 acres of picturesque Wiltshire countryside, this hotel is a stylish venue where you can relax and revive. Whatley Manor offers a twelve course dining experience from Wednesday to Sunday. The Grey's, the... read more
£ 249.00View Rates
SP5 2QL, Whiteparish, Southampton Road
Set within 3 acres of grounds, Newton farmhouse is a 4-star 16th century Grade II listed farmhouse is a traditional, romantic getaway within a 12-minute drive of Salisbury and 5 minutes of the New Forest.... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
SP2 8JN, Salisbury, 70 Harnham Road
Grasmere House Hotel is set amid 1.5 acres of scenic gardens, rolling lawns and towering trees which back onto the banks of the rivers of Avon and Nadder, Only a few minutes' walk from the... read more
£ 52.00View Rates
SP1 2SB, Salisbury, 9-13 St John's Street
The family-run Chapter House is situated in the heart of picturesque Salisbury. The listed Tudor building is rumoured to have housed kings Charles I and Charles II. Free WiFi is accessible. The 17 en-suite rooms... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
SN14 6AP, Grittleton, Grittleton
This 17th century stone country inn is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the ancient and unspoiled village of Grittleton. Grittleton is situated a few miles off junction 17 of the M4.... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
SP4 7SQ, Amesbury, Mid Summer Place, Solstice Park, Amesbury
Situated in the heart of Wiltshire on the A303, Holiday Inn Salisbury-Stonehenge offers stylish accommodation and free parking and is the nearest hotel to Stonehenge. All rooms have a modern decor and luxurious bedding. Room... read more
£ 101.00View Rates
SP1 2AN, Salisbury, 4 Milford Street
Set in a beautiful 13th-century building, the Red Lion Hotel has an award-winning restaurant furnished with antiques. Handmade furnishings made on site feature in each individually decorated room. Located in Salisbury’s historic city centre, Red... read more
£ 67.50View Rates
SP1 2AP, Salisbury, Milford Street
Set in the cathedral city of Salisbury, City Lodge is a 15th-century merchant house, which provides comfortable accommodation less than 5 minutes' walk from the city centre. City Lodge has a 24-hour reception and en... read more
£ 40.50View Rates
SP2 9NS, Salisbury, Wilton Road
A mile from Salisbury city centre, this 4-star (AA) B&B is in its own beautiful gardens, well situated on the A36 for Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Old Sarum and Longleat. Cricket Field House is totally non-smoking.... read more
£ 80.50View Rates
SN16 9EW, Crudwell, Crudwell
Situated 25 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse, the tranquil Mayfield House Hotel is nestled on the southern edge of Cotswolds in the attractive stone-built village of Crudwell. Set in the heart of the charming peaceful countryside... read more
£ 53.10View Rates
SN57XG, Swindon, Delta Business Park
Just 5 minutes from junction 16 of the M4 motorway, the Campanile Swindon Hotel offers free on-site parking and en suite rooms with bright, modern décor and satellite TV. Wi-Fi is available at a surcharge.... read more
£ 33.15View Rates
SP2 0PR, Salisbury, Warminster Road
Established in 1740, this historical coaching inn features individually designed, stylish rooms, real ales, and fresh, local cuisine. Set within the picturesque Wylye Valley, ancient Salisbury is just a 10-minute drive away. The Swan is... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
BA15 1TS, Bradford on Avon, Holt Road
In a peaceful countryside location, only 11 km from Bath, these beautifully converted farm buildings offer self catering cottages and en suite rooms with their own separate entrance. In Bradford on Avon, on the edge... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
Why Visit and Where to Stay in Wiltshire
There are many reasons why Wiltshire is one of the best places to visit in the UK. Not only can you experience a relaxing stay in the countryside and see some amazing wildlife but you can also learn a lot about the history of the country too.
Stonehenge and Avebury are arguably the two most well known Neolithic sites in the country and they can both be found in Wiltshire. The reason Stonehenge was built and how it was constructed is still a mystery to today as there are no records left behind by the people of the time. Avebury contains the largest megalithic stone circle in the world and is not only a tourist destination but a place of religious significance to pagans. Wiltshire is also home to part of the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (often referred to as Cotswolds AONB). There are many wonderful walks to go on in the Cotswolds and the accommodation of choice for most walkers is B&Bs.
Trowbridge is the county town of Wiltshire and is only 11 miles from the historic city of Bath. There are many options of accommodation when visiting Trowbridge, from bed and breakfast hotels to boutique hotels. A somewhat cheap option would be to stay at a country inn within the neighbouring village of Hilperton called Lion and Fiddle. The inn dates back to the 18th century and has its own bar and restaurant. It may be budget accommodation but the inn itself is very charming and welcoming. Trowbridge also has an array of B&Bs to stay in run by locals.
Warminster is a town and civil parish to the west of Wiltshire. Warminster is conveniently located near to Longleat, the country house of the Marquess of Bath. The estate of Longleat is home to the first ever drive-through safari park outside of Africa and has over 500 animals so is well worth a visit. Rather bizarrely, Warminster is also a well known location for having a lot of UFO sightings in the 70s and 80s!
For a romantic stay in a boutique hotel, the Bishopstrow Hotel and Spa in Warminster would be an ideal choice. Each bedroom is individually decorated and there are luxury spa facilities which includes both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. This hotel is highly recommended as not only can you have a relaxing stay in the hotel itself, but you are also close to all the tourist attractions that Wiltshire has to offer. For those on a budget, there is a Travelodge just off the A36 in Warminster. There are also many B&Bs to choose from in Warminster and the surrounding area.
To the North of Warminster is the large town of Chippenham. Chippenham is a very convenient location for those visiting the Cotswolds as it is just 4 miles to the west of it. Chippenham also has some notoriety as being the location of the accident that killed American rock and roll singer Eddie Cochran in 1960, and the town holds a festival each year to remember him.
Lucknam Park, Chippenham is a boutique hotel in a very idyllic, romantic setting as it is located in the Cotswolds itself and surrounded by 500 acres of gardens and parkland. There is a wide range of activities for guests to choose from on the site itself including horse riding, clay-pigeon shooting, tennis, archery and cycling, so it would be a very good location for a stag / hen do. There is also a spa and a Michelin starred restaurant ‘The Brasserie’. For a much cheaper option, there are many quaint B&Bs and guesthouses dotted around the town.
Salisbury is a large city with cathedral to the south of Wiltshire. The cathedral is famous for its 123m spire which can be seen all over the town, and the clock in the cathedral is the oldest to still fully function of its kind.
Stonehenge is only 8 miles to the northwest of Salisbury making this the perfect place to stay if looking to get there early and beat the crowds. There are many places to stay in Salisbury if you are looking for somewhere cheap, even the Wetherspoons pub in the town centre has rooms. Like many of the villages and towns in Wiltshire there is a huge choice of bed and breakfast hotels dotted around Salisbury.