Holiday rentals in Wiltshire

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  1. Barn
  2. Devizes
The Barn Loft

Pretty, spacious barn loft in the Wiltshire countryside. Walks from the doorstep, local pub <mile. Views over fields with horses and sheep grazing. Parking for 2 cars, sole use of the pretty orchard to sit and enjoy the sunshine. Space to lock up bikes in barn below. Avebury, Marlborough, Stonehenge, Longleat, Bath nearby and walks and cycle rides across Salisbury plain. The loft is the upper floor of a barn separate to the main house ensuring privacy and plenty of space to enjoy your stay.

  1. Private room
  2. Swindon
Double bed, TV Netflix. free,tea, coffee, (2)

double bedroom with TV. in Swindon old Town centre, With Yale type lock on door. Local payed parking. 3 minutes walk to prospect place car park, see pictures for prices 20 minutes bus ride to GWR Hospital, 5 minutes walk to Swindon town centre or Old Town with many bars and restaurants,etc cosy warm town house Wifi, virgin fiber optic included Fridge/freezer Shower/bath 3 minute walk to nationwide Shuttle bus dinning room / kitchen. Courtyard garden

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  1. Private room
  2. Wiltshire
Welcome to my one bedroom with ensuite, sky tv, free parking in Wiltshire

You won’t want to leave this charming, one-of-a-kind place, very quiet and peaceful, with lots to see and do, Bath, Stonehenge, Lacock where Harry Potter was filmed, Salisbury, Longleat, Stourhead, Avebury,Silbury hill, Castle Comb, Corsham Court, Bowood, Westonbirt, Bradford on Avon, Swindon, Cotswolds and lots more, there is a train station 10 min walk away or town, there is parking if taking a car, we are on junction 17 of the M4.

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  1. Private room
  2. Amesbury
Cosy double room local to Stonehenge and Salisbury
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  1. Private room
  2. Devizes
A lovely single room with on suite
  1. Private room
  2. Market Lavington
Home from home lovely single room
  1. Private room
  2. Market Lavington
Home from home
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  1. Private room
  2. Wiltshire
Stylish King Room in Leafy Wiltshire Near Bath
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  1. Entire cottage
  2. Collingbourne Ducis
Cosy little country cottage with luxury hot tub
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  1. Private room
  2. Bishops Cannings
A quite village retreat but close to amenities
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  1. Private room
  2. North Bradley
North Bradley village stay
  1. Entire home
  2. Calne
Cottage on the Green (UKC3720)
  1. Private room
  2. Wiltshire
Double Room in a real Home from Home
  1. Private room
  2. Wiltshire
Cheerful bedroom in lovely home near city centre
  1. Private room
  2. Swindon
Double bed and breakfast in old town/ nationwide

Your guide to Wiltshire

Welcome to Wiltshire

Chalk downs, medieval towns, and one of the most puzzling prehistoric monuments in the world — Wiltshire is a place with awe and wonder to spare. Stonehenge is only one of the extraordinary legacies on its landscape, from the standing stones at Avebury to Neolithic tombs, Bronze Age forts, and giant white horses carved into the hillsides. The county’s tranquil countryside is punctuated with pretty, thatched-cottage villages while its ancient market towns (Devizes, Malmesbury, Bradford-on-Avon) house any number of architectural curiosities.

There are Norman abbeys and Saxon churches, and you can even find the beautifully preserved mosaics of a Roman villa. Salisbury’s magnificently ornate cathedral has boasted the tallest spire in the United Kingdom for almost 500 years, not to mention a copy of Magna Carta and the world’s oldest working clock, while the college town of Marlborough is home to one the most charming high streets in the country, and the possible burial mound of a wizard. You could say it’s a magical place.


How do I get around Wiltshire?

The United Kingdom’s biggest airport, London Heathrow (LHR), is well situated for a visit to Wiltshire at just 90 minutes away, and London Gatwick (LGW) is about the same. There are good rail links connecting it to the rest of the country; you can reach Swindon from London Paddington in under an hour, and trains are a good way to get around the various towns.

Public transport between the smaller towns and villages can be trickier. There’s a dedicated tour bus from Salisbury to Stonehenge, and also local buses, but they may have limited Sunday services. Car rental can also be useful if you want more flexibility when traveling. You’ll find many excellent cycling paths all over the county, not least along the Kennet and Avon Canal’s smooth towpath, as well as some challenging hills for enthusiasts.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Wiltshire?

Thousands of people spend their holidays here as they are drawn to Stonehenge to see the sunrise during the summer solstice, and many come to celebrate its ancient midsummer rites. Salisbury Plain and the surrounding countryside are beautiful (and pleasantly warm) places to in summer, but spring and autumn are just as attractive times to stay in a cottage in this rural landscape, where life still moves to an agrarian timetable. There’s a lively arts and culture scene here, as well as many music festivals; May welcomes the Chippenham Folk Festival and Salisbury International Arts Festival, while in July, Malmesbury hosts the world-famous WOMAD Festival, a celebration of world music and arts. The Larmer Tree Festival and the End of the Road Festival take place in the grounds of the extravagant Larmer Tree Gardens in July and September respectively.


What are the top things to do in Wiltshire?

Pewsey Vale

Nestled among the North Wessex Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this region of rolling hills and quaint villages is truly a glimpse of England at her rural best. The Kennet and Avon Canal runs peacefully through it, and the tranquillity of the narrow boats reflects the slower pace of life here.

West Kennet Long Barrow

Part of the Avebury and Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site, this 100-metre-long tomb was built five and a half thousand years ago. You can even walk inside its chambers, whose excavation uncovered ancient artefacts alongside the bones of 46 humans, while the chalk ridge on which it sits offers views of Silbury Hill and its surroundings.

Malmesbury

This Cotswolds town has a history dating back to Saxon times, and its 12th-century abbey contains the tomb of King Athelstan, grandson of Alfred the Great. The Abbey House Gardens, which span the River Avon, have been around just as long. Don’t miss the Friday Artisan and Farmers’ Market, held at the Market Cross that has stood since the late 15th century.