This lovely holiday home is made from beautiful honey-coloured stone and provides comfortable accommodation for up to seven people in three bedrooms, including an ensuite master bedroom with a four-poster bed. The Old Coach House is on the edge of the Wiltshire village of Holt, within walking distance of two pubs, the village shop and green, and National Trust Courts Gardens. The River Avon, Lacock, Bath, Bristol, and Longleat are all within easy reach for a day out, and there are lovely countryside walks from the doorstep. The cottage is available all year round, with short breaks possible depending on availability.
Enjoy all the natural beauty of the Vale of Pewsey from the comfort of The Old Dairy. This welcoming two-bedroom cottage, which sleeps four people and is child and dog-friendly, is on a family-run horse yard a few miles from Marlborough. It's barely 100 metres from the Kennet and Avon Canal, and guests can enjoy gorgeous countryside walks and bike rides along miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycling routes. Stonehenge, Salisbury and Bath are all within easy reach for a day out, or you can time your visit to coincide with one of the area's many fun events and festivals.
Duck's Cottage is in a quiet spot in the South Wessex Downs AONB and the beautiful Vale of Pewsey. The location is idyllic, being on the family-run arable Charlton Manor Farm on the edge of Charlton St Peter - one of the most picturesque villages in all of Wiltshire. There are fantastic places to walk and cycle from the door, with attractions like Stonehenge and the stone circles at Avebury within easy reach. Swindon, Salisbury, Winchester and Bath are all under an hour's drive away, giving you the opportunity of mixing days pursuing country activities with days shopping, sightseeing and dining out. Duck's Cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms and suits families with older children (aged 10 and over welcome) and friends as well as couples who like a little extra space.
Lantern House is exceptionally family-friendly and offers spacious holiday accommodation for five adults/children plus two babies/toddlers under two years in the Wiltshire village of Sherston within the Cotswolds AONB. Close to Westonbirt National Arboretum and the areas many attractions (including Tetbury), this well presented character Cotswolds house provides a good base for exploring Central England.
A newly converted holiday home on a working farm in a wonderful part of Wiltshire in the pretty village of East Grafton (AONB). An ideal base for exploring the areas many attractions including Savernake Forest, the Kennet and Avon Canal, Stonehenge, Salisbury, Devizes, Avebury and Marlborough to name a few. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Situated in the rolling Wiltshire countryside in the village of Upper Chute, Dairy Cottage has stunning views and its own south facing garden. It has been sympathetically renovated to a very high standard with great attention to comfort and detail. It sleeps four people in two double bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom and the other with a shower room. The hotel standard beds can be organised as super king size or twins. The spacious sitting/dining area has beautiful oak beams, a wood burning stove and a Smart TV. The designer kitchen is exceptionally well equipped and the cottage has underfloor heating throughout. There are miles of country walks directly from the door of Dairy Cottage and there is an award winning pub in Lower Chute. The old market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford are close by and the cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury are within easy driving distance as are the World Heritage sites of Stonehenge and Avebury.
This large holiday cottage in the Cotswolds sleeps up to 15 people and is newly refurbished throughout. Mews Cottage is just over a mile from the market town of Bradford on Avon, where you will find everything you need for a relaxed self-catering holiday, including pubs and restaurants if you don't want to cook! Bath, Stonehenge and Longleat are all within easy reach, as are beautiful walks through the Wiltshire countryside and along the Kennet and Avon Canal. There is plenty of space whether you're a big family, on holiday with your extended family or catching up with friends. Bookings, including short breaks, are available all year round.
Formerly the stable block, this recent conversion provides modern well presented self-catering accommodation for families and friends who want to enjoy a taste of country living. Surrounded by glorious Wiltshire scenery in the picturesque village of East Grafton within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Hen House sits on a working farm. An excellent base for exploring the many attractions of the area including world famous Stonehenge, Salisbury, Avebury stone circles, Savernake Forest, Devizes, Marlborough and the Kennet and Avon Canal. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
Luxuriate in the comfortable surroundings of Merryfields Barn. This sweet holiday cottage is in the Cotswolds AONB, six miles from Bath and within easy reach of Laycock, Castle Combe, Lucknam Park and Box Hill. It's dog-friendly and within walking distance of Colerne's village shop and friendly Fox and Hounds pub. The cottage is ideal for couples, with chic interiors and an open-plan layout. The mezzanine bedroom sleeps four people in one king and two single beds, so it's also good for families. There is lots to do in the surrounding area, including country walks, picnics and bike rides.
A beautifully presented barn conversion set amongst glorious Wiltshire countryside within easy reach of world famous attractions including Stonehenge, Avebury's World Heritage Site, Marlborough and the White Horses of Wiltshire. A haven for wildlife and a wonderful self-catering retreat to getaway, relax and unwind amongst nature.
A fabulous country chic holiday retreat for up to six guests in a magical spot within an oasis of calm on the Hampshire/Wiltshire borders. Perfect for escaping away from it all, Farley Lodge sits within Bentley Woods, a haven for wildlife with superb opportunities for cyclists and walkers. Whether you want to simply relax or explore Hampshire and its many attractions including the New Forest National Park, Farley Lodge is a welcoming retreat to enjoy a taste of country life.
Providing a high level of contemporary style throughout, Owl Lodge is a welcoming self-catering holiday rental offering couples the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life in a tranquil setting amongst Wiltshire countryside. Wonderful walks and cycle rides from the front door and a haven for wildlife with Bentley Woods on the doorstep.
A warm welcome awaits at Waterlake Cottage on the outskirts of the Wiltshire village of Orcheston. Just three miles from Stonehenge and a short drive from Salisbury, Avebury and Bath, there are no shortage of great days out to enjoy. Alternatively, simply relax in the peaceful countryside setting and enjoy walks and cycle rides through beautiful scenery. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Comfortable holiday accommodation for two guests in a convenient location for exploring the many delights of both Hampshire and Wiltshire. The edge of the New Forest National Park is just a couple of miles up the road from Alison Cottage and Salisbury and Stonehenge are within easy reach.
Indulge your country cottage dreams in this 16th Century thatched holiday retreat. The Blue Cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms. It is ideal for couples or families and has a modern kitchen and bathroom sitting harmoniously beside thick cobb walls and original oak beams. The detached holiday home has a wonderfully rustic charm and is surrounded by fields and gardens and only 300 metres from the welcoming Horseshoe Inn in Ebbesbourne Wake. It's part of the Cranbourne Chase AONB, and beautiful walks lead in all directions from the village. Shaftesbury and Salisbury are 10 miles away. Stonehenge is half an hour's drive, with Bath, Glastonbury, Longleat and the Dorset Coast also within reach for days out.
Sycamore Lodge is in a beautiful location close to the Cotswolds and within easy reach of the North Wessex Downs. There are miles of footpaths and cycling routes to enjoy the surrounding Wiltshire countryside, with day trips including sightseeing and shopping in Bath, Bristol, Chippenham and Devizes. The traditional timber lodge sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms and is ideal for families who like lots of space and the opportunity to spend time exploring outdoors in every season.
Apple Tree Cottage is a ‘chocolate box’ pretty thatched dog-friendly cottage set on a peaceful woodland lane in the quiet village of East Grimstead near the Wiltshire/Hampshire border. It places you at the centre of fantastic places like Stonehenge, the New Forest and Southampton and is ideal if you seek a fun-filled holiday full of country walks, shopping, history, and outdoor pursuits.
A charming holiday cottage tucked away in a quiet position in the Vale of Pewsey, Wiltshire. An ideal place for a walking or relaxing holiday or to use as a self-catering base for exploring Wiltshire's numerous attractions including world famous Stonehenge (just thirty minutes), Avebury, Malborough and even Bath.
A delightful stylish holiday retreat for two in a wonderfully tranquil area deep within Bentley Woods where rare butterflies and fallow deer can be seen under the giant oaks. Sitting on the Hampshire/Wiltshire borders, this is a walkers and cyclists paradise and Little Farley is only a short drive from the New Forest National Park.
The Burrow is a welcoming holiday rental in the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire. It is on a family-run arable farm at the end of a country lane with no passing traffic to disturb the peace. The three-bedroom cottage sleeps six people and is ideal for families. It is one of two well-appointed holiday cottages on Conygre Farm, which you can book together to accommodate up to 13 people. The village of Easton Royal with its 16th-Century thatched pub is a mile away, and the cottage is convenient for Avebury, Stonehenge and Silbury Hill, with stunning walks from the front door.
Known for its downlands, visitors to Wiltshire should be sure to keep an eye out for the signature white horses carved within the chalk hillsides. As well as a fascinating history, Wiltshire offers a wealth of old culture and tradition. History seekers are spoiled for choice with a variety of stunning buildings and structures to visit, such as the beautiful mediaeval Salisbury Cathedral. Going back even further in time, Wiltshire is the proud home of one of the most famous and intriguing prehistoric sites in the world – Stonehenge. Visitors come from all corners of the globe to see this mysterious circle of huge standing stones.
Though a county of significant history, Wiltshire also has some unique present-day attractions, such as Longleat. This world-famous area is home to the Marquesses of Bath, who resides in the stunning Elizabethan-era stately home, complete with garden mazes that visitors are welcomed to explore. Longleat is most famous for having the largest safari park outside of Africa, where you can see animals roaming freely across the sprawling 9,000 acres.
A wonderful area to explore by foot or by bicycle, Wiltshire can also be seen from the water. Though a landlocked county, the Kennet and Avon Canal stretches through the area and passes along some of the choicest sections of the AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).
Wiltshire is a quintessential UK holiday destination - providing fun, excitement, education and relaxation, all in one county!