Dilton Court Farm has much history going back to the 1840s and still continues as a working farm to this day, with sheep, chickens and crops.
With fantastic views from your bedroom to the wonderful local attractions of Longleat, Bath and Stonehenge
Michael and Jane, who run the family farm, look forward to welcoming you to their Bed and Breakfast.
Dilton Court was built as a dower house in 1841 and surrounded by beautiful extensive parkland, landscaped by the garden designer and author, Edward Kemp. Trained at Chatsworth, his books were to be a major influence through out Victorian England. The property became a Victorian Model Farm when the barns were added in the 1880's.
The farm has been in the Brake family for three generations, since 1917. Situated on the edge of Salisbury Plain it is as beautiful as it was then, with its 330 acres. There are many wild flowers and rare trees dotted amongst the fields where abundant wildlife, including deer and buzzards, is often spotted. Dilton Court is still a working farm today, run by Michael and Jane. Currently sheep graze the parklands, while the fields are occupied by crops such as wheat and barley that are harvested during the summer months.
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We are a small B&B which keeps our service personal and friendly. We have a master bedroom, which can be either single, double or twin depending on what you require.
We are also especially well suited for families as there is an adjoining twin room which we can open up, allowing you to keep a close eye on your children whilst also having the comfort and privacy of your own room.
There is a spacious en suite shower room, sofa, TV, tea & coffee facilities as well as free Wi-Fi.
Dilton Court, Westbury, Wiltshire. BA13 4DE
+44 (0)1373 832223
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