Set in the picturesque and quaint Wiltshire village of Horningsham
Friday 31st October
Every Tuesday at Bath Arms Longleat ...
Every Wednesday from 7 pm
Set in the picturesque and quaint Wiltshire village of Horningsham, The Bath Arms is a quintessentially British estate with a quirky, country twist. Nestled within Lord Bath’s magnificent Longleat Estate, The Bath Arms are pleased to be one of the finest estates near Longleat, offering a friendly, relaxed environment from which to enjoy the West Country.
The accommodation prides itself on its original and unconventional style of interior design of its 17 bedrooms. Each room has been designed as a comfortable and sumptuous space featuring original art from the Longleat Estate and ethnic handmade furniture. All feature flat screen TV’s and DVD players, with each room having their own unique and distinctive theme. All have an en-suite bathroom, with some rooms containing traditional ball footed baths.
The Bath Arms Accommodation offers a great British menu filled with locally sourced produce taken from within a 50 mile radius of the Longleat Estate– even the organically reared pigs! Real local ales and organic vodkas are hand brewed locally, and can be enjoyed in the sunny courtyard or into the evening beside the roaring log fire.
As a quirky, country style accommodation, The Bath Arms are pleased to welcome both children and dogs. Dog beds and bowls can be requested, and children will love the generously sized garden – they may even catch a glimpse of a lion prowling in the Longleat Safari Park! Children’s menus are offered, as well as cots, extra beds and adjoining rooms, making your stay as relaxing as possible.
Conveniently located on the Wiltshire and Somerset border, the accommodation is within easy reach of the historic Roman city of Bath, Salisbury, the iconic Stonehenge, and Frome.
Book your stay today and experience the beauty of the West Country, tucked within the magnificent Longleat Estate, The Bath Arms is the perfect choice when looking for a B&B near Longleat.