Situated on the A361 between Devizes and Trowbridge, Newhouse Farm is a former mid-1800s Victorian farmhouse set in five acres of breathtaking beautiful gardens and meadows.
All of the rooms, generously proportioned and decorated to a high standard, are in a recently constructed wing, carefully designed to match the style of the original house and offering comfortable, well-appointed accommodation. One double room is situated on the ground floor, to cater to the needs of those guests who are less mobile. One double room and a twin bed room are situated on the first floor. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with shower. Delicious home-cooked breakfasts are served in the period dining room, setting guests up perfectly for the day ahead.
The original farm buildings still stand, and have been renovated over time to include covered parking for vehicles: secure storage for cycles is also available. The Kennet and Avon Canal can be joined at the nearby village of Semington, and there are a number of other ‘picture-postcard’ villages within easy reach, as well as the remainder of the glorious Wiltshire countryside.