One of the best Warminster Hotels
Find out more about things to do in Wiltshire whilst staying here at Bishopstrow
For those looking for the very best Warminster hotel, the search ends with Bishopstrow Hotel and Spa. Nestled within its own beautiful 27 acres of established grounds alongside the River Wylye, the Bishopstrow Hotel is conveniently located between Bath and Salisbury just off the M4 and A36.
As one of the finest places to stay in Wiltshire, Bishopstrow is only a short drive, 6 miles to be exact, from the famed Longleat Safari Park. Ideal for short family breaks, romantic weekends away, stunning weddings, overnight stays or businesses looking for a relaxed and motivating meeting venue, Bishopstrow guarantees comfortable bedrooms, a luxury spa, award-winning dining alongside impeccable service.
From beautiful countryside, to adventure parks and stunning monuments, Wiltshire is one the most popular destinations within the UK to visit. There are a variety of things to do in Wiltshire with many near to Bishopstrow, below is just a handful of some of the fantastic places you can visit during your stay with us:
About Warminster (1 mile)
The town of Warminster is a picturesque small town in Western Wiltshire with a population of around 17,000. The River Were runs though the town and is passed by the A36 between Salisbury and Bath. With many lovely shops, cafes and places to stop for a cup of tea or piece of cake, Warminster is a wonderful quaint village to walk around and explore.
Longleat (10 miles)
As one of the UK’s best-loved attractions, Longleat features an extensive Safari Park with over 15 fabulous attractions, including the multi million-pound Jungle Kingdom and Longleat House, one of the most stunning stately homes in Britain. Of all the hotels near Longleat, Bishopstrow provides a luxury and welcoming environment.”
Stourhead House and Gardens (14 miles)
Stourhead is a 2,650 acre (11 km²) estate which includes a Palladian mansion, the village of Stourton, gardens, farmland, and woodland. Stourhead has been in the ownership of the National Trust since 1946 and is a wonderful day out for couples and families alike.
Stonehenge (15 miles)
Stonehenge is probably the most important prehistoric monument in the whole of Britain, surrounded by mystery, it never fails to impress. The Stonehenge that we see today is the final stage that was completed about 3500 years ago and only a short drive from the hotel. An absolute must see for those who haven’t yet!
Salisbury (19 miles)
Known as ‘the city in the countryside’, medieval Salisbury really does have it all: historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings, traditional English eating houses and characterful shopping streets, not to mention a superb range of attractions.
Avebury (28 miles)
At the centre of a prehistoric complex stands the largest stone circle in Europe, originally erected 4,500 years ago. This magnificent National Trust attraction is well worth a day trip.
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Visit Bishopstrow for a beautiful countryside retreat and experience one of the finest Warminster Hotels.