Image description
Image description
Image description
Image description

  Welcome              Room              Facilities                   The Area              Tariff              Contact and Map          View the Farm            Faq

We are 7 miles from Salisbury (about 10-15min journey) into the countryside. We are close enough to be easily accessible, but far enough from the hustle and bustle of Salisbury. There are many Heritage Sites in the area. Amongst the most popular is:






Distance from us.
(by car)

Salisbury Cathedral
Harnham Water Meadows near the Cathedral

Britain's finest 13th century cathedral.

8 miles / 18 minutes


A prehistoric monument of unique importance.

18 miles / 30 minutes

Wilton House

21 acres of landscaped gardens, portraits by Van Dyck.


9 miles / 18 minutes

Old Sarum

Iron Ages Hill fort

10 miles / 21 minutes


Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath's home

8 miles / 18 minutes

Wilton Shopping Village

A selection of factory outlet shops and Wilton Carpet Factory

9 miles / 18 minutes

Rockbourne Roman Villa

The remains of the largest known roman villa in the area.

6.5 miles / 15 minutes

Old Wardour Castle

Nice for walking and a picnic.

14 miles / 30 minutes

Larmer Tree Gardens

The gardens were created by General Pitt Rivers.

10 miles / 19 minutes


Gold Hill; Shaftesbury Abbey

18 miles / 33 minutes

Stourhead Gardens

Wonderful Gardens, lovely all year round.

33 miles / 50 minutes

Farmer Giles

Fun for the children.

13 miles / 30 minutes

Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm

Rare breed British animals being saved from extinction.

20 miles / 35 minutes

Salisbury Racecourse

A lovely day out.

6 miles / 10 minutes


The following are suitable for day trips - they are all around 1 hour away from us by car.


Simply a great day out.


33 miles / 1 hour


Roman Baths, Jane Austin Centre and wonderful shopping


45 miles / 1 hour and 15 min


Seaside and Bournemouth City Centre


26 miles / 50 minutes


A wonderful outing on a sunny day. Walk amongst the stones and have a picnic. Best of all, entrance is free.


37 miles / 1 hour 12 minutes

The New Forest and Beaulieu Motor Museum

Walking and cycling in the New Forest

Visit the National Motor Museum


33 miles / 1 hour


Portsmouth Historic Dockyard & the Spinnaker Tower


48 miles / 1 hour 10 minutes



Markets: Every Tuesday and Saturday there is a market on at Salisbury's Market Square, and on Thursdays in Wilton.

Where to Eat?

We have very good pubs in the area. Whether you require a child-friendly establishment, a traditional English pub, or something special, it is all within easy reach distance by car.

We can recommend:

  • The Fox and Goose in Coombe Bissett. Four miles away from us, very easy to find. Child-friendly, outside eating area in good weather, play area for children. Friendly staff offering good pub food reasonably priced. Tel. 01722 718437 (Booking advisable over weekends).

  • The White Hart at Bishopstone. Good Food, nice atmosphere. Tel. 01722 780244
  • The Horseshoe at Ebbesbourne Wake. Highly recommended, a great place for lunch. The serve 'proper' vegetables. (Rather difficult to find at night if you do not know the area) Tel. 01722 780474.
  • The Ship Inn at Burcombe. Wonderful, contemporary food. A bit pricey but worth it. Tel. 01722 743182.



Walking in the Area.

  • Walking on Martin Down Conservation Area. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is only 5 minutes away by car.

  • Harnham Water Meadows near Salisbury Cathedral. The Harnham Water Meadows, within the city of Salisbury, are part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and are an Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA). See the website:

  • Walking around the old and new Wardour Castle. It is a pleasant walk through fields and along tracks. Old Wardour Castle dates from the 14th century and was the site of two sieges in the Civil War.

  • Walking around Broadchalke and Bishopstone, go and see the Fovant Badges. Lunch at the Queen's Head in Broadchalke.

  • Have a look at this excellent website: Walks in Salisbury and Wessex


For more information go to