Cottages in Wiltshire

This pocket-sized county packs a lot in. The renowned World Heritage Site of Stonehenge and Avebury, as well as nearly half of Wiltshire, is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Packed with history and culture from Salisbury's medieval cathedral to the National Trust gardens at Stourhead. If you are into more action and adventure then there is plenty to keep you occupied. From charming market towns to designer and factory outlets in Swindon and Wilton, to walking, cycling, and horse riding as well as fishing, golf and canal boat trips. For foodies, there are some fantastic eateries catering for all budgets, from cafes and tearooms to cosy pubs and mouthwatering restaurants. Explore our affordable range of cottages in Wiltshire to find the perfect fit for you and your loved ones.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our Wiltshire cottages

This historic county in southwest England is known for its ancient history, stunning landscapes, and historic sites. Looking for a little more opulence to your holiday cottage, then why not treat yourself to one of our luxury cottages in Wiltshire?

Here are the top five things to see and do in our Wiltshire cottages:

  1. Stonehenge: Visit the iconic Stonehenge, a prehistoric stone circle and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at the ancient monument's mystery and significance.

  2. Salisbury Cathedral: Explore Salisbury Cathedral, known for its stunning Gothic architecture and the tallest church spire in the UK. Don't miss the Magna Carta, one of only four remaining copies.

  3. Avebury Stone Circle: Discover Avebury Stone Circle, another remarkable Neolithic monument. Walk among the massive stones and explore the nearby Avebury Manor and Gardens.

  4. Longleat Safari Park: Experience Longleat Safari Park, where you can drive through the animal enclosures and see lions, tigers, and other wildlife up close. The park also features a stately home and beautiful grounds.

  5. Lacock Abbey and Village: Visit Lacock Abbey, a historic house with picturesque gardens, and explore the charming village that served as a filming location for movies and TV shows like "Harry Potter" and "Downton Abbey."