Weekend Breaks in Wiltshire

1 March 2017

Wiltshire, so often bypassed by travellers thundering west on the M4 and A303 to Wales and the West Country, is a beautiful and fascinating county. Just two hours from London by car, it’s an ideal weekend or short break destination, with much to offer the visitor.

Book one of these fabulous country inns and be wowed by the food, the cosy rooms and their individual charm, then explore the sweeping chalk downlands, the meandering river valleys and the pretty thatched villages. Take time to visit Wilton House and Lacock Abbey and the wonderful grounds at Stourhead, or the timeless prehistoric sites of Stonehenge and Avebury. The Out & About sections for each inn detail what to see and do in the area.

Read on for your chance to win a complimentary over night stay at the fabulous Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe.

The Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe, Wiltshire

Once derelict, this thatched treasure has been revived with style, now a community hub offering modern food and cosy rooms. Salisbury is close and there’s wonderful walking from the front door. See competition details below.
Read more about this pub with rooms in Swallocliffe, Wiltshire
 
 
The Sign of the Angel, Lacock, Wiltshire

Truly unspoilt 15th-century gem offering innovative food and comfortable rooms, and oozing period charm. Explore the timeless National Trust village and Lacock Abbey, the film set for period dramas.
Read more about this pub with rooms in Lacock, Wiltshire
 
 
The Red Lion, East Chisenbury, Wiltshire

Simple-rustic Michelin starred food, a friendly laid-back vibe and stunning riverside rooms are the draw at this culinary oasis in deepest Wiltshire. Don your boots and explore downland trails, returning for lunch; it’s hard to leave.
Read more about this pub with rooms in East Chisenbury, Wiltshire

Timbrell’s Yard, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

Revamped riverside inn oozing quirky style, with swish bedrooms and an open kitchen serving good food all day. Seek out the amazing Tithe Barn and walk the canal towpath to beautiful Bath, returning by train.
Read more about this pub with rooms in Bradford on Avon,Wiltshire

 
The Beckford Arms, Fonthill Gifford, Wiltshire

A cool, relaxed vibe, with rustic, seasonal food, hammocks in the garden, simple rooms oozing style and comfort – everyone’s perfect country inn. The best A303 pit-stop for miles and it’s close to Stourhead Garden (NT).
Read more about this pub with rooms in Wiltshire 

The Pear Tree Inn, Whitley, Wiltshire

Refurbished wisteria-clad stone inn filled with rustic-chic charm, with quirky, comfortable rooms, great food and gorgeous summer gardens. A cosy base for visiting Lacock, Bradford on Avon and the Kennet & Avon Canal.
Read more about this pub with rooms in Whitley, Wiltshire

The Methuen Arms, Corsham, Wiltshire

Tardis-like town inn hiding a historic beamed interior with an authentic tap room, exciting food and super smart rooms. Visit Corsham Court and don’t miss gorgeous Castle Combe, one of England’s prettiest villages.
Read more about this pub with rooms in Corham, Wiltshire
 

Our New Competition…

The Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe – win a free stay in Wiltshire

During March and April we are giving you the chance to win a free overnight stay including dinner & breakfast at the fabulous Royal Oak in Swallowcliffe.  Click here to enter

 

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