Working farm cottages in Wiltshire
With much of the county designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of the best ways to experience Wiltshire’s incredible rural charm is by staying on a working farm. At our working farm cottages in Wiltshire, you can pack your walking boots and wellies and look forward to an abundance of countryside trails across rolling hills, and through ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows. If you’re holidaying with children, they will love meeting the farm animals, watching lambs bouncing in the fields during springtime, and in some of our accommodation, collecting eggs for breakfast.
Once you have arrived in one of our Wiltshire cottages on a working farm, it’s highly likely that you won’t want to leave. However, there is an abundance of things to do locally, that might just tempt you away from your countryside retreat for a while. You’ll find a myriad of historical attractions to visit, including the World Heritage Sites of Stonehenge and Avebury Stone Circle, or you could follow the White Horse Trail, where eight magnificent chalk horses can be seen carved into the hillsides. And younger visitors will certainly appreciate a trip to Longleat Safari Park or the Cotswold Water Park.
Perfect for a family break or a romantic retreat, a self-catering escape to our accommodation on a working farm is the best way to get an authentic feel for life in the countryside. Including big beautiful barns perfect for a group get-together, and cosy converted cottages where couples can curl up in front of a glowing wood burner, you can live the Cotswolds dream in one of our working farm properties in Wiltshire.