Bed and Breakfast Wiltshire - B & B, Guest House and Hotels in Wiltshire

Recent Wiltshire B&B Registrations

Grayling House, Salisbury, Wiltshire - Grayling House is a bed and breakfast in Salisbury, Wiltshire, perfectly located near popular local attractions such as the Cathedral,...
The Jolly Huntsman, Chippenham, Wiltshire - A privately owned traditional village inn offering a home cooked fare, well kept real ales and ciders, quality en-suite bed and...
Inspire Displays Ltd, Swindon, Wiltshire - With over 25 years in the exhibition industry, the team at Inspire Displays understand what it takes to make your company shine at an...
Rokeby Guest House, Salisbury, Wiltshire - The Rokeby is a beautiful guest house offering bed and breakfast accomodation just a ten minute walk from Salisbury
Biss Barn BandB and Holiday Cottages, Trowbridge , Wiltshire - Bed and Breakfast available in our beautiful self catering Holiday Cottages. Single, double and family rooms available including...
The Royal Oak, Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire - The Royal Oak is a 16th Century free house with restaurant and offering charming bed & breakfast accommodation. A favourite with...

County Description

Find the best B&B in Wiltshire County for your upcoming holiday

Located in the South West corner of the country Wiltshire County is a diverse area that boasts beautiful countryside and many exciting attractions. Whether you’re interested in historical sites, participating in outdoor sport, or taking in the local art there is a Wiltshire County B&B for you. We have compiled a large list of B&Bs and hotels in Wiltshire County to make sure you find the best possible accommodation to fully enjoy this beautiful and historic county. There is so much to do in this gem of a county that we’re sure Wiltshire County would make an excellent holiday spot for any traveler.

Find a Wiltshire bed and breakfast near all the historical sites

If you’re planning on taking in the historical sites while on holiday be sure to choose a Wiltshire hotel that keeps you close to the things you want to see. Some of the most famous attractions Wiltshire has to offer include Stonehenge and Avebury. These are the oldest Neolithic sites in the UK and would be a truly exciting place for a history buff to visit. Due to the popularity and notoriety of Stonehenge there are many fantastic Wiltshire hotels in the area. Once you’ve had your fill of the ancient splendor of Stonehenge you can visit the many historic homes and lush gardens that dot the Wiltshire countryside. If you’re near Salisbury you can take a trip to the historic Salisbury Cathedral, with its beautiful spires and stained glass. If you’re planning to travel with children you may want to consider booking one of the Wiltshire hotels with pools as this will provide much needed entertainment for your little one at the end of the day. After you’ve taken the children to see Stonehenge and gave them a bit of a history lesson you may want to reward them with a trip to STEM, the Western Railway Museum. This museum is very child friendly and educational at the same time.

Try a B&B in Wiltshire that offers access to outdoor entertainment

If you’re not the type to enjoy visiting historical sites and old houses while on holiday you may want to consider a holiday cottage in Wiltshire County that is nestled in the rolling countryside. If you’d like to take a long stroll and marvel in the gorgeous scenery of the Wiltshire countryside there is a plethora of fine walking trails for you to explore and enjoy. If you’re an avid equestrian there are a number of Wiltshire hotels that offer excellent access to the many bridleways that crisscross the county. If you grow tired of walks and horse riding there are also many fine golf courses in Wiltshire County. If you choose a Wiltshire cottage that is near nature and the golf course and the nature trails you’ll truly have a fine experience in this temperate county. If you happen to be on holiday with someone who does not share your love of nature it may be a good idea to book Wiltshire accommodation that is near the outdoor activities that you love as well as some of the exciting indoor activities offered in Wiltshire. For those who prefer to spend time indoors the county offers indoor swimming, ice skating, bowling, and of course, shopping.

Art lovers waste no time booking your B&B Wiltshire County

Wiltshire County is home to several high caliber art festivals throughout the year. If you are fond of art you may want to consider booking a hotel Wiltshire County during one of the famous art festivals. From 28 May through 5 June every year the Wylye Valley Art Trail takes place in Wiltshire County. This vibrant nine day festival celebrates visual art in its various forms. Booking a Wiltshire County B&B during the art trail will get you amazing access to the painters, sculptors, and performance artists who have come to Wiltshire to share their talent. If you’re planning to book a Wiltshire hotel for the art trail you may want to consider tying that trip in with a visit to the Salisbury International Art Festival. The Salisbury festival runs from 20 May to 4 June every year. This world famous event hosts some of the finest artists in the world today. At both shows you will have the opportunity to purchase work from many of the artists; imagine the thrill of bringing a small piece of the festival home with you. If you book your Wiltshire accommodation while both shows are going on you can truly spend your holiday immersed in the arts.

A Bed and Breakfast in Wiltshire for everyone

You can travel first class and stay in a luxury Wiltshire hotel while taking in the breathtaking artwork at the Salisbury International Art Festival and the Wylye Valley Art Trail; or choose to stay at a quaint bed and breakfast Wiltshire in the countryside. This historical and diverse county has entertainment and accommodation to fit the needs of any traveler. Wiltshire somehow manages to be an excellent holiday location for families, outdoor enthusiasts, art lovers, and those looking for a romantic escape.

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Salisbury     Swindon     Bradford-on-avon     Warminster     Chippenham     Trowbridge     Corsham     Devizes     Marlborough     Malmesbury     Bradford On avon     Box     Calne     Lydiard Tregoze     Limpley Stoke     Wroughton     South Marston     Pewsey     Melksham     Hungerford     Lacock     Hindon     Bath     Broad Blunsdon     Amesbury     Sturminster Newton     Colerne     Cirencester     Chiseldon     Charlton     Cricklade     Garford     Froxfield     Heytesbury     Castle Combe     Nettleton     Ogbourne Saint george     Rowde     South Cerney     Stonehenge    

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