County of contrasts and diversity. Steeped in history, yet alive to the present - Wiltshire repays the time you spend here with interest.
Stayed here based on a friend's recommendation and was very disappointed to say the least. Draughty room, filthy carpet, no shower. Beds very old and uncomfortable and the worst of it - no hot water on either day, despite having complained after the first day.On the day of our departure I had to ring the hotel to wake the staff for breakfast, and when we tried to raise our concerns on checking out the landlord (I understand it's…» read more
This weekend (Sat 28 - Sun 29th Nov), there are fun Christmas Trails for Children going on at two English Heritage sites in Wiltshire- Old Sarum and Old Wardour Castle. Our staff at Old Wardour Castle, Nr Tisbury, have organised a special Christmas Trail for their young visitors, who will get to explore the 15th century castle and its picturesque grounds while searching for model reindeer. Children who find all of Santa’s favourites, from Dancer…» read more
Please see our reviews on 'Trip Advisor' at http://goo.gl/jSlfO or copy the link into the browser bar. We have five ensuite 'farmyard' B&B rooms, four of which are in converted farm buildings. Guests have there own key so they can come and go as they please. There are also three, two bedroomed self catering cottages each sleeping up to…» read more
My family and I recently stayed at the fantastic Cornerway's Cottage in Zeals and were most impressed by the friendly service, cosy atmosphere and lovely breakfast. We chose the B&B because it was close to Longleat and Stourhead - just five - 10 mins from both. If you were feeling energetic you could easily walk it in about 30 minutes. If you want to visit these popular sites and stay somewhere that feels like…» read more
Last year in May I spent a day in Salisbury soaking up sunshine and scenes of inspired eccentricity thanks to the cathedral city’s international arts festival. In the cathedral cloister gardens I found a glorious piece of three-dimensional art, called IOU. I was drawn into this sun-strewn, tree-shaded space simply to gaze at the medieval archways and columns surrounding it, but as soon as I stepped inside I heard piped whispering emanating from every corner – poems…» read more