A selection of self-catering holiday accommodation for walkers in Wiltshire
Wiltshire in the south of England is a fascinating county to visit both for walkers and sightseers. There are plentiful walks for walkers of all abilities. Many tourists go to visit Stonehenge, that mysterious stone monument that is aligned with the midwinter and midsummer solstice. Equally strange is the Westbury White Horse a giant chalk carving in the hillside that dates back from the late 17th Century, about which all kinds of fertility superstitions abound. Apart from numerous pretty villages like Ansty with village duck pond and Maypole, Hindon, Horningsham, Sherrington, Stockton with thatched and half timbered houses, there are several historic houses and gardens, museums, country parks and nature reserves. Visitors to Wiltshire must put Longleat on their list of things to see, with its stately home, safari park with the famous lions, butterfly garden, miniature railway, and discover where Dr. Who disappeared to.
This is a selection of cottages, pine lodges, country houses, and apartments that provide comfortable accommodation for walkers in various parts of Wiltshire.
Most walkers appreciate a pub or tea shop at the end of a journey or for easy evening meals. Please find details of the local hostelries and photographs of the self-catering accommodation in Wiltshire by clicking on any images shown. Additional holiday rentals can be found by using the Feature Pages menu on the left.