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About our B&B, the Farmhouse, Farm and Locality

Manor Farm B&B

Manor Farm B&B

Manor Farmhouse is an attractive, spacious and comfortable home alongside our working livestock farm

We have three comfortable and spacious rooms - king and super-king size doubles, twin & family (up to four sharing). All our rooms have en-suite or private bathrooms, with plenty of space (they are proper rooms, not tiny cupboards!) and windows that open onto pleasant rural views!

We offer sumptuous traditional, vegetarian, vegan and other special diet breakfasts, and excellent evening meals are available in our popular village pub within easy walking distance.

The Farmhouse

The Farmhouse

Manor Farmhouse dates from the 17th century, and during the last 300 years each generation has made its mark with additions and alterations. The original timber framed building was extended in the 18th century and the front was refaced in the 19th century. The farmhouse is Grade II listed which means it is "of significant historical importance to the nation".

The farmhouse displays two very different building styles - 17th century with its timber framing, low ceilings and cosy rooms, and 18th century with much larger rooms, high ceilings and big windows. The two styles sit comfortably together, and we are fortunate in being able to offer several very different types of room to our B&B guests.

The Farm

The Farm

Manor Farm is a family farm. The land comprises of undulating ancient chalk downland lying between the 500' and 600' contours. It has some of the highest land in the area, and consequently the views over the surrounding countryside are spectacular.

We have a livery yard  with a menage and have designated stabling and paddocks available to B&B guests who wish to bring their horse/pony and ride out over the Salisbury Plain.  Please phone to discuss your requirements. 

We try to keep a balance between agriculture and conservation and over 20,000 trees have been planted since the mid 1980s. On the farm you will see evidence of traditional hedge laying, coppicing, thatching and downland management.

There is superb walking, cycling and riding from the farm with many public rights of way in the locality. We are approximately 2 miles from the Wiltshire Cycleway.

The Locality

The Locality

The small village of Collingbourne Kingston is nestled in the beautiful valley of the River Bourne, and is surrounded by the "big skies" and rolling chalk downland for which Wiltshire is famous. We are within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which stretches away to the north and east, and adjoins the vast wilderness of Salisbury Plain immediately west of the farm.

Our village and those nearby have many pretty thatched cottages, ancient churches and popular country pubs.

The River Bourne is a "winterbourne" (flowing from autumn through to spring) and flows south to become a tributary of the River Avon at Salisbury. The River Avon joins the sea at Christchurch, Dorset.

The valley of the River Bourne lies just south of the beautiful Vale of Pewsey, which divides the extensive upland areas of the Marlborough Downs to the north, and SalisburyPlain to the south. The recently restored Kennet and Avon Canal passes through the Vale of Pewsey.

The village falls within "Kennet District" which is officially described as "mainly rural and agricultural in character and includes some of the finest landscape in southern England." About 66 per cent of the District is included within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a further 20 per cent is designated a Special Landscape Area.

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