Bishopstrow Hotel in Wiltshire

Summer is here and from 4 July, government guidance means that many places to stay in Wiltshire will be able to reopen. Holiday accommodation across Wiltshire will be opening its doors to visitors again, with hotels, B&Bs, self-catering accommodation, glamping pods, campsites and all sorts of other places to stay accepting visitors once more.

Our lovely accommodation providers have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure everything is good to go for you to have a safe and comfortable stay when they reopen. Many have new COVID-19 safety measures in place, including enhanced cleaning routines, and things might not be exactly how you remember them. Look out for the "Good to Go" logo which shows businesses have put necessary processes in place. Please check in advance to find out more about what to expect when you visit, and remember that you will need to book your stay in advance. You can also have a look at our guidance on visiting Wiltshire responsibly to make sure you stay safe during your trip.

So take a look below for a list of places to stay that are reopening in Wiltshire this July, and start planning your tip. This is correct at the time of publishing, and we will be updating this list as we hear more. Please check directly with the relevant accommodation to find out about their new COVID-19 safety procedures and the details of their reopening.

If you can, please try to book directly with the accommodation themselves to save our local businesses from paying extra booking fees!

Log House Holidays

Self-Catering Accommodation Reopening in Wiltshire this July

Apple Tree Cottage | Open from 4 July 

Buttle Farm | Reopening in July

Church Farm Country Cottages | Open from 4 July 

Log House Holidays | Open from 4 July

Norbin Farm | Open from 4 July

Paxcroft Cottages | Open from 4 July

Peartree Serviced Apartments | Open from 4 July 

The Stables at Manor Farm | Open from 4 July 

Sturgess Barns | Open from 4 July 

Waterlake Cottage | Open from 11 July 

Willowbank Lodges | Open from 4 July

Stonehenge glamping

Camping, Glamping and Holiday Parks Reopening in Wiltshire this July

Brokerswood Holiday Park | Open from 4 July

Stonehenge Campsite | Open from 4 July

Stonehenge Glamping Pods | Open from 4 July

Stonehenge Touring Park | Open from 4 July 

Totteridge Farm Camping | Open from 4 July (caravan park only – glamping pods remain closed)

Widbrook Barns | Reopening in July

Beeches Farmhouse

Guesthouses and B&Bs Reopening in Wiltshire this July

Beeches Farmhouse | Open from 4 July

Fosse Farmhouse B&B | Open from 4 July 

Knoll Hill Farm | Open from 4 July

La Fosse at Cranborne | Open from 15 July 

Newhouse Farm | Open from 4 July

Troutbeck Guesthouse | Open from 4 July 

Victoria Lodge Guesthouse | Open from 6 July

Websters Bed and Breakfast | Reopening in July

Woolley Grange Hotel

Hotels and Inns Reopening in Wiltshire this July

Beechfield House Hotel | Open from 7 July 

Best Western Plus Angel Hotel | Open from 4 July 

The Bishopstrow Hotel and Spa | Open from 24 July 

Bowood Hotel | Open from 6 July 

Caboose | Open from 4 July 

Dog & Gun Inn | Open from 4 July 

George Inn | Open from 4 July 

Helen Browning's Royal Oak | Open from 4 July

Kings Head, Whiteparish | Open from 4 July

Lucknam Park | Open from 13 July

Manor House Hotel | Reopening in July

Meadowbank House Hotel | Open from 14 July

Milford Hall Hotel | Open from 4 July 

NO 7 Kitchen, Bar & Rooms | Open in July 

Old Mill Hotel, Salisbury | Open from 4 July

Queenwood Lodge | Open from 6 July

Rollestone Manor | Open from 6 July

Sign of the Angel | Open from 4 July

The Castle Inn | Open from 9 July

The George | Open from 4 July

The Old Bell | Open from 4 July

The Red Lion Hotel | Open from 4 July

The Stones Hotel | Open from 6 July 

The Swan Hotel | Open from 4 July

Timbrell's Yard | Open from 4 July

Whatley Manor Hotel | Reopening in July

Widbrook Grange | Open from 4 July

Woolley Grange Hotel | Open from 4 July

And if you’re planning a visit to Wiltshire over the coming weeks, take a look at the Attractions Reopening in Wiltshire and the Activities Reopening in Wiltshire for some fun inspiration on things to do during your break.




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