Blounts Court Farm

1. Learn about rural life

Step back from the rat race and rest up at one of our farm stay properties. Find out more about the rural Wiltshire ways of life, switch off your phone and reconnect with nature.

Lambing at Church Farm Country Cottages

2. Meet some super cute animals

There are lots of very cute animals to meet on a farm stay. If you visit at the right time of year you might even get a chance to help with lambing at Marshwood Farm B&B or make a break to Church Farm Country Cottages and go on a tour of the farm and see the lambing take place.

3. Enjoy a locally sourced breakfast

Can you beat eggs freshly collected on the farm? Or locally-sourced produce? Reduce your food miles by enjoying a hearty Wiltshire breakfast.

Buttle Farm

4. Fresh country air

Is there a better way of rejuvenating the senses? There are ample walking opportunities in and around our farm stays.

Marshwood Farm

5. Stay in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Here in Wiltshire, we are home to three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty: Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs, the North Wessex Downs and the Cotswolds. Quite a few of our farm stay properties can be found within these areas so you can look forward to some stunning scenery on your trip!

Great Ashley Farm

6. An authentic Wiltshire experience

What better way than to meet the locals? Get to know the owners’ top tips on where to visit, local walks and some of the county’s hidden gems.

7. Bring your own horse

Some of our farm stays have on-site livery including Great Ashley Farm, near Bradford on Avon.

8. Or even your own aircraft!

Manor Farm B&B in Collingbourne Kingston, near Marlborough, has its own air strip where you can land your own aircraft should you choose to.

So what’s stopping you? Why not plan your farm stay break this year. Oh, and don’t forget to share your photos with us using #timeforwiltshire.




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