Bed And Breakfast

 

Self Catering

 

Camping

Establised 1980

Whychurch Farm

Whychurch Farm is the ideal place to stay being central for visiting beautiful Stately homes and gardens of the surrounding area, with a visit to the beautiful and tranquil Abbey House Gardens a must for garden lovers.

Whychurch Farm is situated on the fringe of the ancient town of Malmesbury, whose historic settlement stands between two branches of the Bristol Avon around the site of a Saxon hill fort.

Orchard Cottage

B&B and Self Catering

The Old Dairy

B&B

 

This pretty cottage has been traditionally built out of old Cotswold stone and nestles into the back of the farmhouse on the side of the old apple orchard.

This delightful conversion of the Old Dairy consists of a twin bedded room with en-suite facilities, traditionally furnished to a high standard with original features

Local Attractions

Easy access from the M4

Abbey House Gardens

Abbey and Market Cross

Westonburt Arboretum with Music Concerts

Cotswolds with their water parks

Historical city of Bath

River Walks and Local Pubs

Womad

Badminton Horse Trails

Stonehenge, Lacock, castle combe

New Glamping

Camping and Self Catering

Shepherds Hut

Camping and Self Catering

New additions this year to Whychurch Farm Campsite are The Den - A Hobbit House which is being re-homed by us. The Worthies Wagon was a empty shell when we bought it last May. Wanda the Teardrop was crafted locally by a very clever man and is my pride and joy

A warm welcome awaits you when you arrive to stay in our original 19th Century Wiltshire Shepherds Hut. Hopefully memories of peace and comfort will stay with you. No TV, internet or electric, just the natural sound of Farm and Country life.