Best hotels in Wiltshire from the Good Hotel Guide

Wiltshire is a beautiful county in south-west England - perfect for exploring historic attractions, taking long walks over glorious landscapes or ambling around quaint towns and villages. Head to Stonehenge to see the iconic stones and wonder over their formation.  In real life, they have a mystical and awe-inspiring quality. Nearby is Avebury Stone Circle - the largest stone circle in the world. Find out more about England's vast and changing history at Bratton Camp and Westbury White Horse, believed to have been cut to celebrate the victory over the Danes in the Battle of Ethandium in 878AD. 

Salisbury Cathedral, uniquely linked with Magna Carta, and claiming Britain's tallest spire is perfect for visiting all-year round.  For a picture-perfect day out try Lacock Abbey and village, used as a location in TV and film productions of Pride and Prejudice, Cranford Chronicles, Emma and Harry Potter films.

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Featured hotels in Wiltshire

The Pear Tree at Purton, PURTON, Wiltshire

‘The room, the service and the food were all excellent,’ says a visitor returning in 2015 to this small hotel on the outskirts of a Saxon village. It is run by a mother and daughter, Anne


Hotels in Wiltshire

  • Woolley Grange, BRADFORD-ON-AVON, Wiltshire

    Wellington boots flank the entrance of Nigel Chapman’s characterful, family-friendly Jacobean stone manor house in ‘glorious’ countryside. ‘Like the country home of a wealthy family friend, it is a

  • The Rectory Hotel, CRUDWELL, Wiltshire

    ‘Viewed from a lovely gravel path, the first sight of this pretty hotel – and its three quirky piggy statues – captures the epitome of the place: warm, inviting, with a country-cottage feel, yet with

  • Howard's House, TEFFONT EVIAS, Wiltshire

    ‘The whole feeling is of comfort and homeliness’ at this mellow stone dower house standing in ‘lovely’ gardens, say visitors in 2015. The small hotel is owned by a partnership

  • Leena's Guest House, SALISBURY, Wiltshire

    A short riverside walk from the city centre and cathedral, the Street family has been welcoming B&B guests for more than 30 years. The comfortable Edwardian house has good-value, traditionally

  • The Compasses Inn, TISBURY, Wiltshire

    ‘In the middle of nowhere’, this medieval English country inn has a thatched roof, low ceilings, huge beams, a crackling log fire, and plenty of nooks and crannies. Owned by Susie and Alan

  • Spire House, SALISBURY, Wiltshire

    Lois and John Faulkner run their small, ‘very nice’ B&B in this Grade II listed 18th-century town house, a ten-minute walk from the cathedral. They give ‘a helpful and friendly welcome’, and offer

  • The Beckford Arms, TISBURY, Wiltshire

    Between a Gothic arch and the quiet country lanes, ‘there is a slight sensation of entering another world’ at this Georgian coaching inn. Dan Brod and Charlie Luxton’s ivy-covered hotel is

  • The Red Lion Freehouse, EAST CHISENBURY, Wiltshire

    In a peaceful country village, this ‘ancient thatched pub’ is ‘exceptionally relaxed and friendly’, say visitors this year. Another comment: ‘We were celebrating a

  • King John Inn, TOLLARD ROYAL, Wiltshire

    In a pretty village on the edge of Cranborne Chase, this roadside pub was rescued from dereliction, and updated in modern country style. The Victorian building has an open-plan bar and dining area

  • The Pembroke Arms, WILTON, Wiltshire

    Opposite the entrance to Wilton House, seat of the earls of Pembroke, this extensively refurbished Georgian building is once again run by Ido and Alison Davids who were at the reins from 2000 to 2012.

  • The Methuen Arms, CORSHAM, Wiltshire

    A popular hub for locals, this handsomely restored Georgian coaching inn is in a market town eight miles from Bath. It is run as a restaurant-with-rooms by owners Martin and Debbie Still, who have

  • Whatley Manor, Easton Grey, Wiltshire

    ‘The approach is most impressive’ to this luxury hotel and spa (Relais & Châteaux). It stands in ‘gorgeous’, extensive grounds with woodland, wild flower meadows and

  • The Three Daggers, Edington, Wiltshire

    ‘We were impressed.’ On the outskirts of a village near the Uffington White Horse, this popular pub has been remodelled to include ‘well-thought-through’ accommodation, a characterful bar and