Lodge Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, Broad Chalke

Lodge Farmhouse, Broad Chalke, Salisbury SP5 5LU, UK

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The Resting Post, Heytesbury

65 High St, Heytesbury, Warminster BA12 0ED, UK

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The Old Post House, Great Wishford

The Old Post House, South St, Salisbury SP2 0NN, UK

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The Polebarn Hotel, Trowbridge

Polebarn Rd, Trowbridge BA14 7EG, UK

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The Lamb Inn, Hindon

High St, Hindon, Salisbury SP3 6DP, UK

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The Red Lion, East Chisenbury

East Chisenbury, Pewsey SN9 6AQ, UK

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Highway Hill (near Avebury) Shepherds Huts and Bell Tents

Highway, Hilmarton, Calne, Wiltshire SN11 8SR, UK

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Beckhampton Bed and Breakfast

Beckhampton B & B, Marlborough, UK

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Meadowbank House, Liddington

Meadowbank House Bed and Breakfast, Medbourne Lane, Liddington, Swindon, UK

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Heritage Bed and Breakfast, Calne

Heritage B&B is a luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of Oldbury Tours’ home town of Calne. Ellie and Gillian have done a magnificent job renovating this large late Victorian stone-built house and have only been open for business since February 2017. No expense has been spared and the attention to detail is remarkable. The accommodation consists of one kingsize and one double room upstairs and a ground floor single all of which are en-suite and furnished to the highest standard. As well as bed and breakfast they separately offer afternoon tea. A range of delicious home made scones, brownies, cakes and biscuits are offered to guests and non-residents (minimum six people) who book in advance. I know that your hosts will make you feel extremely welcome.

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Lodge Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, Broad Chalke

Lodge Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast lies in a superb rural position on the most southerly ridge in Wiltshire, with commanding views of perhaps 1000 sq miles of Southern England, from the Isle of Wight and the New Forest to Purbeck. Your hosts, Janet and Michael Roe, will ensure comfortable B&B bedrooms, cheerful service and a delicious breakfast that will set you up for whatever you choose to do in this captivating and unspoiled part of England. They would be delighted to help you plan your day and to recommend places to visit and advise where to eat and drink

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The Resting Post, Heytesbury

The Resting Post is situated in the delightful village of Heytesbury, midway between Bath and Salisbury, and just 20 mins west of Stonehenge in the Wylye valley on the edge of Salisbury Plain. The owners, Angus and Felicity McLellan ran the Post Office and Stores here for 16 years until April 2003 when the property was tastefully converted to offer 3 bedrooms all with en suite facilities. The house is a Grade 2 listed building dating back to the 17th century and retains a great deal of its original character. A recent review says: ‘Fantastic little B&B…Cracking breakfast and very comfy bed. Would definitely stay again.’

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The Old Post House, Great Wishford

This charming bed and breakfast is in a character Grade II listed building. The 17th century house is set in a delightful village halfway between Stonehenge (7 Miles) and Salisbury (5 Miles) in beautiful countryside with miles of bridleways to explore and in sight of the River Wylye, known for its excellent fly fishing. There are a selection of good pubs nearby for evening meals. The house has three clean, pretty en-suite guest rooms and breakfast is prepared from local produce and cooked on the Aga.

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The Polebarn Hotel, Trowbridge

hat makes the Polebarn such a great place to stay is the combination of an extraordinary building and wonderful hospitality. Natasha and Liam run the hotel in the way that the building was designed. The house, unsually for Trowbridge, was built of golden Bath stone in 1789 (the year of the French Revolution) as a town house for a wealthy mill owner and his family and you still have the feeling of being welcomed into someone’s home. The ten bedrooms are all en suite and individually designed, grand and spacious doubles next to more cosy singles as you would expect in a family house. The hotel is in the centre of the bustling town and is very handily placed for our tours, ‘half an hour from everywhere’ as Liam says. The entrance hall is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture that once housed the original owner’s organ, designed by Thomas Chippendale Jr. no less. Apparently Mr Clark used to leave the front door open so that passersby could appreciate the hymns he played, and perhaps be reminded of what they had promised at church the previous Sunday! He also welcomed people into the hall to listen and they gathered along the galleried landing which still surrounds the hall.

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The Lamb Inn, Hindon

The Lamb is a wonderfully traditional wayside inn situated in the centre of the beautiful village of Hindon in the West Wiltshire Downs, only a twenty minute drive from Stonehenge and half an hour from Salisbury. They pride themselves on their eighteen, individually appointed boutique-style bedrooms, four of which even have their own private garden terraces. The emphasis is on comfort, a traditional experience combined with modern accommodation including flat screen TVs and complimentary wifi. There is an extensive bar and dining area but the restaurant also has two stunning private dining rooms for hire. The bar area is dog friendly and well behaved dogs are welcome to stay in some of the rooms but please ask the hotel directly about availability and any extra charges.

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The Red Lion, East Chisenbury

The Red Lion is a very special pub set in the Avon side South Wiltshire village of East Chisenbury just a 10 minute drive from Stonehenge. The food is of the very highest quality; they have had a Michelin Star since 2013. The accommodation, Troutbeck has been open since 2012 and consists of 5 ‘unique bedrooms’ in the nearby riverside bungalow – ‘a retreat for our guests that echoes the same principals and attention to detail we implement at the pub in all of its fixtures, fittings, and quirky surprises.’

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Highway Hill (near Avebury) Shepherds Huts and Bell Tents

If you really want to get away from it all then you can’t find a more perfect rural retreat than Highway Hill. Here you can completely immerse yourself in a totally English experience and enjoy the peace and quiet of the real countryside. On the edge of the Wessex Downs at the bottom of a beautiful wooded chalk escarpment their three gorgeous shepherd’s huts are all uniquely appointed with comfort in mind. First opened last summer (2017) they are all individually and tastefully furnished with wood burners, very comfortable living space and loads of personality. The kitchen areas and bathroom facilities are all brand new and very well equipped. Lots of outside space gives you plenty of options of where to relax, eat your meals and enjoy your surroundings. For an even greater ‘back-to-nature’ feel there are also two bell tents for hire in the summer months and more exciting development plans for the future…. Down a tiny country lane next to a working farm there are alpacas, ponies, ducks, geese and very friendly goats on site to complete the country idyll and, to add to the quintessentially English feel, the site is owned by the 8th Viscount Sidmouth a direct descendant of Henry Addington the former British Prime Minister.

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Beckhampton Bed and Breakfast

Simon and Catherine offer you ‘a warm Wiltshire welcome’ at this exceptional bed and breakfast accommodation in their 175 year-old cottage. As they say on their website the accommodation is ‘full of charm and character’, your extremely welcoming hosts offering delicious food with a full Wiltshire breakfast which they assure me takes some walking off. Situated within the Avebury World Heritage Site and opposite a traditional pub, they also have an outdoor hot tub for a relaxing end to the day. The trip advisor reviews say it all with headlines such as ‘What a B & B should be’ and ‘What a wonderful introduction to England’.

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Buttle Farm B & B and Self Catering Cottage

Buttle Farm is situated in the conservation village of Compton Bassett, an idyllic location close to Avebury in North Wiltshire. Their barn conversions were completed in May 2016 to the highest standard and have been awarded Visit England’s highest rating – 5*Gold. Offering great flexibility, the Chalk Barn is available with 2, 3 or 4 super-king bedrooms. The four huge bedrooms have vaulted ceilings, super-king sized beds with Egyptian cotton bed linen and stunning en-suite bath and shower rooms. There are two bedrooms in the main cottage – all ground floor level – plus two additional rooms across the yard. As if that is not enough Robert and Sara Buttle also run a rare breed pig farm where the emphasis is on quality of life for the free range pigs. Their breeds include Tamworth, Mangalitza, Large Black, British Saddleback and other varieties of native breeds. They have their own charcuterie on site where they craft their own award winning salamis and cured meats as well as selling fresh pork. Quality is the keyword in everything they do at Buttle Farm.

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