Willow House is a beautiful Victorian property set in an acre of grounds and surrounded by a number of wistful Willow trees. The house sits nestled in the Vale of Pewsey and backs directly onto Salisbury Plain with beautiful views and a wealth of wildlife. Conveniently sited on the A345, the house is shielded from the road by high hedges and mature trees. On site parking available.
Outside of our gate and private road lies the famouse White Horse Way, just one of the many walks to enjoy in the area. Nearby Pewsey has a direct train service into London Paddington as well as a number of shops.
The market towns of Devizes, Marlborough and Salisbury are just a short drive or bus trip and the bus stops just outside.
We have three rooms available for B&B: one en-suite double, one single that is suitable for a family of three sharing the bathroom of the double and our self-contained studio that has independent access, a double room, en-suite wet room, sitting room and small private garden and patio. The studio is also suitable for longer holiday lets and has a kitchenette and fridge for guests who are staying for extended breaks.
All our rooms are well appointed with a high standard of comfortable beds with top quality bed linen, bathrobes, hairdryers and toiletries.
There are also flat screen TVs, games, complimentary bottled water, coffee and teas with homemade cookies as well as access to WiFi for your enjoyment.
A full English breakfast is served in the dining room which overlooks the garden. We use local produce as well as eggs from our own chickens and freshly baked bread.
We are in easy reach of Stonehenge, Avebury and Silbury Hill and just minutes from the Kennet and Avon Canal. The historical cities of Bath, Salisbury and Winchester as well as the railway town of Swindon are all less than an hour's drive as are Castle Combe, Corsham and Lacock (which have provided the film sets for many a period drama such as Pride and Prejudice and of course, the great Harry Potter.)
- Number of Rooms / Units
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double En-suite Goose Room||from £70.00 to £85.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Single shared bathroom with Goose Room||from £40.00 to £50.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Studio Apartment||from £95.00 to £120.00 per room (breakfast included)|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|2017 (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
- Country house
- In countryside
- Non smoking establishment
- Travelling Through
- Village Location
Parking & Transport
- Car parking
- Additional meal details - Dinner available if pre-booked
- Serve breakfast
- Serves Local Food
- Accept Bank Transfers, Internet Payment or SWIFT/IBAN
- All major credit cards accepted
- Euros accepted
Room / Unit Features
- Central Heating
- Colour Television in all units
- Electric shaver point
- Free Wi-Fi
- Ground floor bedrooms available
- Hairdryer in all bedrooms
- iPod Dock
- Non smoking rooms available
- Radio in all bedrooms
- Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
- TV in all bedrooms
- Central heating throughout
- Countryside Location
- Family Friendly
- Garden/patio for guests' use
- Ironing facilities
- Open all year
- Marketed to any other specialist market
- Pets (Proprietors) on premises
- Special provisions for cyclists - Bike store
- Special provisions for lone female travellers - Secure, family environment
- Special provisions for walkers - Boot store and welly washer
Map & Directions
From M4 junction 17 take the A346 to Marlborough. Upon entering Marlborough go west through Marlborough High Street (A4) and at the end take the A345 in the direction of Pewsey. After 7 miles enter Pewsey and continue through Pewsey on the A345 direction of Upavon and Salisbury. After approximately 1 mile, Willow House is the cream coloured house on the left at the junction of a private lane and the turning to Manningford Abbots. If you reach Indigo Antiques Barns you have passed us.
From Salisbury take the A345 to Amesbury and then continue north through Upavon in the direction of Pewsey. After entering Manningford on the A345 you will go past Indigo Antiques on the right hand side and Willow House is the cream coloured house after Roma House farm on the right hand side at the junction of the turning to Manningford Abbots and a private lane.
From Bath take the A4 to Box and then the A365 to Melksham and then the A365 and A361 to Devizes. Continue through Devizes and then take the A342 towards Upavon and Andover. After 9 miles enter the village of Rushall and turn left towards Pewsey. Carry on through the village on onto the A345 and after 1 mile enter Manningford. Go past Indigo Antiques on the righthand side and Willow House is the cream house after Roma House farm on the righthand side at the junction of the turning to Manningford Abbots.
Public Transport Directions
Direct train services from London Paddington to Pewsey which takes about an hour. We can arrange a pick up from the station with notice.
The nearest international airport is London Heathrow. From the airport you can either take a train to Reading to Pewsey, drive via the M4 motorway or travel by National Express coach to Marlborough and then by taxi or local bus to Willow House. Or we can pick up by prior arrangement.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good2
- Carol WFranceTrip Type:CouplesWonderful AccommodationThursday, 23rd February 2017Highly delighted with our finding Willow House. We stayed in the studio, which was more than we had expected. Fully equipped, we would have been very happy to stay longer ..... One night was not... Read full review
- Sonia BKolkataTrip Type:BusinessAn Enchanting StayWednesday, 15th February 2017Sandra's studio is beautiful, cozy and comfortable, decorated with little figures that Sandra refers to as her "ornaments". It's an independent unit with all facilities of a 5-star accommodation and... Read full review
- Angela HTrip Type:CouplesRelaxing VisitSaturday, 17th September 2016Our visit to Willow House was booked as an impromptu break. On arrival, Sandra made us feel so welcome. After a tiring 4 hr journey, a cup of tea/coffee and home-made ginger cake certainly hit the... Read full review