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


We have three bedrooms available. All Prices include a full English Breakfast or Continental Breakfast.

The Somerset Room

A photo showing the lovely views from the Sommerset Room.

The Somerset room has two large sash windows. One overlooks our garden and the Somerset countryside. The other looks out over the Wiltshire countryside to Westbury. This room has a 6 double bed and a pretty en suite bathroom with bath and shower

The Wiltshire Room

A photo of the Wiltshire Room.

The Wiltshire room has twin beds and a view across the Wiltshire countryside to Westbury. The en-suite bathroom has a shower and a whirlpool style bath. There is a sofa bed in this room for that extra guest if required.


The Standerwick Room

A photo of our Standerwick room with its oak beamed ceiling.

Our Standerwick room is a lovely old beamed room, furnished in a farmhouse style. There is a comfortable king-size bed and an en-suite shower room. The pretty arched window looks down on the kitchen garden as well as the ponds and stream.


All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers, TV with DVD and radio alarm clocks.


This is a very important meal and we hope to set you up well for the day ahead! Fraser makes an art form of the traditional English cooked breakfast and really enjoys producing mouth watering, freshly cooked food.

A phot of the dinning room.

We have an extensive list for you to choose from and can cater for special diets on request. We make every effort to source our fresh food from local butchers and farms. The eggs are from our own flock of free range hens and bread is made freshly each day. Honey and marmalade are made locally and other produce is bought from Fair Trade sources wherever possible.

a photo of some of our chickens.

We also have Pekin Bantams in the garden, which earn their keep by ridding our garden of bugs they are also very entertaining! We encourage wild birds to feed in the garden and there is a very good view of them, as well as the bantams, from our breakfast room.