Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast
Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast
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Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast: the garden

welcome to: Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast

Carole and Derek Ball welcome you to Newhouse Farm, a Victorian former farmhouse set in five acres of lovely gardens and meadows. We are ideally situated between Trowbridge and Devizes to explore the ancient county of Wiltshire as well as attractions further afield. Stonehenge, Bath and Longleat Safari Park are within 30 minutes drive. Our position and bed and breakfast facilities are attractive to tourists and families, as well as those on business who wish to base themselves in a peaceful setting away from noisy town centres.

Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast: the garden Newhouse Farm Bed & Breakfast: View from the garden

The house dates from the mid 1800s and offers generously proportioned rooms decorated to a high standard. The guest rooms are in a recently constructed wing, carefully designed to match the style of the original house and offering comfortable well-appointed accommodation. One room is situated on the ground floor, which is much appreciated by less mobile visitors. Access statement available on request.

Our farmhouse is easy to find from all directions, being situated on the A361 road, and has its own bus stop for those who wish to use public transport. Extensive off-road parking is provided.

The original farm buildings still exist, and have been renovated over the last few years to include covered parking for vehicles, and secure storage for cycles is available. Walks to the Kennet and Avon canal, as well as to local pubs and nearby villages can be taken from the house.

Things to do: Farleigh Castle.  Image © English Heritage, by kind permission. Things to do: Stonehenge.  Image © English Heritage, by kind permission.

Within a few minutes drive are several good pubs, all offering high quality food to suit all tastes. The local brew, Wadworths 6X, is highly recommended. For olde-worlde charm do not miss a visit to the historic National Trust village of Lacock, made famous by its appearance in many period films, as well as "Harry Potter".

Excellent service, beautiful rooms and a delightful breakfast
D, Potters Bar

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