A slideshow of pictures from Black Dog Farm bed and breakfast.

Black Dog Farm

Bed And Breakfast

Quality ensuite rooms with TV, video and tea & coffee making facilities in a listed Georgian Farmhouse near Longleat.
Tel: 01373 832858

Welcome to Black Dog Farm
A photo of some of the period feature to be found at Black Dog Farm.

Black Dog Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse close to the Wiltshire/Somerset border that has been renovated lovingly since we arrived here in 1994 with our two sons. We have created an elegant, comfortable home whilst retaining much of the traditional detail. A warm welcome awaits our Bed & Breakfast guests and after a good night?s sleep in one of our spacious en-suite bedrooms, a delicious breakfast will be on offer to start the next day.

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Black Dog Farm is a 10 minute drive from Longleat House, Safari Park and Center Parcs. Nearby are the market towns of Warminster, Westbury and Frome. Westbury offers a high speed mainline rail link to London Paddington and Warminster has rail links to Cardiff, Salisbury, Southampton and London Waterloo. The World Heritage sites of Bath and Stonehenge are within easy reach, as are the regional centres of Bristol and Salisbury (Click here for more information on our location)

A photo of our lovely gardens that you can enjoy while staying with us.

A bridle path leads from the farm into Chapmanslade village and there are some lovely woodland walks, especially in bluebell time. Deer, badgers and other wildlife can be seen from the farm, and we encourage wild birds. We can recommend several good local pubs and restaurants for an evening meal and there are many interesting places to visit locally.

We can put a bed or cot in two of our three rooms to cater for a child or baby, and all our rooms have facilities for making tea, coffee and hot chocolate, as well as having wifi and a TV/DVD.

We really enjoy the garden and are happy to share it with our Bed & Breakfast guests. It is nice to sit with a glass of wine in the evening on the bench under the cherry tree where our Bantams range free in the garden during the day and go to bed at sundown.