Hotels Wiltshire

WHY YOU NEED TO PICK THE RIGHT HOTEL IN WILTSHIRE

You don’t want just any hotel, you need one that will help make your holiday a truly memorable one. You’ll find something that appeals to you in our range of hotels, from hotels located centrally, to exquisite dining, affordability, and beautiful surroundings.

Best Hotels in Wiltshire

The Beckford ArmsA luxurious hotel room

This hotel is one of the most sought after in the country, perfectly balancing the three elements of a local bar, restaurant and small hotel. The place is popular and animated, but if you want a quiet place to sit, the sitting room provides the perfect quiet corner. Service at the Beckford Arms is friendly and relaxed but prompt. The hotel offers eight beautifully equipped bedrooms and two lodges located in secluded spots on the estate, featuring contemporary furniture, kitchenettes and well-stocked fridges. For food, you can choose from samphire to salmon with seasoned fennel and clam broth or fish and chips. Very family friendly.

Address: Fonthill Gifford, Tisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6PX.

Phone: 01747 870385; beckfordarms.com

The Rudloe ArmsPeole have lunch outdoors

Located in Corsham, Wiltshire and more like a home than a hotel. Service is charming and unobtrusive and facilities include a bar, restaurant, pool, Wi-Fi and room service. The main house has 10 spacious rooms, and a short walk away, the contemporary Treetop building houses 36 rooms. The restaurant is light and creatively designed, and dishes to be enjoyed include Cornish sea bass with a sauce mousseline, tagliatelle of squid served with the ink, and a ravioli of snails. The Rudloe Arms is quite grown up, but the grounds are fun to run around on.

Address: Leafy Lane, Corsham, SN13 0PA, England.

Phone 01225 810555; rudloearms.com

The Manor HouseA hotel room with twin beds

The manor house offers a quintessentially English country house experience. Castle Combe in Wiltshire where the hotel is located, receives a lot of day-trippers, and while staying at the Manor House,you can explore the village early in the morning or evening without the crowds. Service is very welcoming and professional. There’s a tennis court, croquet, putting green and pool table. All 48 bedrooms are plush and individual, and spread all over the main building. The rooms are also all equipped with a tablet for internet browsing. The hotel’s Bybrook restaurant is a large formal room serving rich and daintily presented dishes, made mainly from local produce.

Address: Near Bath, Castle Combe SN14 7HR, England.

Phone: 01249 782206; manorhouse.co.uk

Pembroke ArmsAn exquisite meal

The Pembroke Arms stands majestically opposite the Wilton House entrance. Service at the hotel is fast and charming and the facilities include restaurant, parking, bar and Wi-Fi. The nine bedrooms are all beautifully kept, and full of character. The restaurant serves excellent risotto, poached salmon, prawn muffin and crème fraiche.

Address: Minster Street, Wilton, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP2 0BH, England.

Phone: 01722 743 328; pembrokearms.co.uk

SSW Top Tips

Try not to book rooms above the reception at The Manor House. You can hear cars in the morning.

Best time to book is before 1pm as rooms get fully booked fast.

Room 7 at the Beckford Arms has both a large bath near the bed in the room, where you can relax and watch a tennis match, and a shower in the small bathroom”

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