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Manor Farm B & B

(138 Guest Reviews)

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 4.8
  • Value 4.8
  • Friendliness 5.0
  • Cleanliness 4.9
  • Facilities 4.7
  • Service 5.0
  • Location 4.7

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Manor Farm B & B Information

Description

Manor Farmhouse is an attractive Grade 2 listed period village farmhouse, situated in the small village of Collingbourne Kingston, about 9 miles south of Marlborough on the A338 Salisbury Road. The local area is rural and agricultural, with many picturesque villages and thatched cottages, and we are well situated for exploring Wiltshire’s ancient places, from Stonehenge (20 minutes) to Avebury Stone Circle, Silbury Hill and the Ridgeway (25 minutes). Our working arable farm has been in the family ownership since 1885, and we are the 5th generation to live in the farmhouse. Manor Farm lies on the northern edge of Salisbury Plain, and forms part of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The 550-acre farm and its ancient chalk down land occupy some of the highest land in the area, and consequently the views over the surrounding countryside are spectacular. There is superb walking and cycling from the farm with many public rights of way in the locality. We are approximately 2 miles from the Wiltshire Cycleway. We currently offer 3 comfortable and spacious rooms. Our double/family room (en-suite) and our twin/family room (private facilities) are both large south-facing Georgian rooms with new bathrooms, including full-size enamel baths and over bath power-showers. Our characterful 17thC double room has en suite facilities and overlooks the walled gardens to the paddock and downland beyond. We are a non-smoking establishment, and have ample parking. As well as traditional farmhouse cooking, we also offer sumptuous breakfasts for guests who prefer vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and other special diets. We are fortunate in having several excellent local places to dine in the evening, including 'the Barley Corn' country pub, two minutes walk away. A very warm welcome and a comfortable and friendly atmosphere await you at Manor Farm.

Facilities

  • Free WiFi internet
  • Bike lock-up
  • WiFi internet

Parking

  • On-site parking
  • Free parking

Dining

  • Continental breakfast
  • Cooked breakfast

Activities and Experiences

  • Animal watching
  • Bird watching
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Cycling
  • Fly fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding
  • Mountain biking
  • Art galleries & museums
  • Shopping
  • Antiques & fairs
  • Walking

Accessibility

ALL our guest bedrooms are on the first floor, accessible only via stairs. We regret that Manor Farm B&B is inaccessible to guests who are not able to safely climb and descend stairs unaided. The stairs are in a 17th century part of the farmhouse, and although they have a single handrail, the narrow treads are steep, and there is a 90 degree turn at the bottom. All rooms have one or two small steps either into them, or between the bedroom and the bathroom. In addition, there is a 3cm high solid wood threshold (trip hazard) in the doorway between the hallway and downstairs corridor. This is all part of the character of the house, but can cause a problem for infirm, unwary, blind or visually impaired guests. All our rooms have baths. Two also have over-bath power showers. To use the baths or showers guests need to be able to step into the baths without grab rails. Non-slip mats are provided. En-suite rooms are available.

Policies

Check in: 16:00 till 21:00
Check out: 10:00
Child Policy: Children welcome
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: No pets
Accommodation type: Farm
Booking Terms and Conditions

Directions

  • Road from Sat Nav users - IMPORTANT (0.0 miles)
    If you are using Sat Nav, please DO NOT follow it all the way to the end! You will find yourself down a narrow dead-end lane with a steep and difficult exit, on the wrong side of the road! Use your Sat Nav to find Collingbourne Kingston (SN8 3SD), then follow the main road into the village until you see the church. We are immediately opposite the church, on the west side of the road.
  • Road from North / Birmingham / Midlands (50.0 miles)
    Leave the M5 south at junction 11a, picking up the A417 / A419 towards Swindon. Head south on the A346 passing through Marlborough and joining the A338 at Burbage (5 minutes north of us). Keep going until you arrive in Collingbourne Kingston. We are approximately half an hour south of Swindon and M4 junction 15, and a little over ten minutes south of Marlborough.
  • Road from East / Reading / London (50.0 miles)
    Leave the M4 at junction 14 (Hungerford), and pick up the A338 south, following it until you arrive in Collingbourne Kingston. We are about 15 minutes from Hungerford.
  • Road from South East / Winchester / Portsmouth / Southampton (50.0 miles)
    From the M3 northbound at Winchester (junction 9), pick up the A34 north, then join the A303 westbound at Bullington Cross. Leave the A303 just past Andover on the A342 signed Ludgershall / Marlborough. Keep following signs for Marlborough (over the roundabout at Weyhill, and taking one right turn in Ludgershall and another a mile or so after it) until you arrive in Collingbourne Kingston. (You only join the A338 at Collingbourne Ducis, less than 2 miles south of us).
  • Road from South / Bournemouth / Salisbury (50.0 miles)
    Stay on the A338 going north until you come to Collingbourne Kingston. We are approximately half an hour north of Salisbury and about one hour from Bournemouth.

 

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