The following are suggestions if you need a place to stay
when coming to the Festival…

If you would like to advertise your property here, please contact Rachel Sykes.

Accommodation

Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe

Winner of the Good Hotel Guide’s award for best newcomer 2017. A friendly country pub with rooms, beautifully restored and furnished with bespoke Matthew Burt furniture. Creative, seasonal menus with local ales and excellent wine.

www.royalaokswallowcliffe.com

hello@royaloakswallowcliffe.com

Farnham Farm House Bed & Breakfast

John and Patricia Benjafield welcome you to their Farmhouse and working farm in this beautiful unspoilt village of Farnham – Hardy’s Dorset

www.farnhamfarmhouse.co.uk

01725 516254

Mill House, Bishopstone

Mill House offering home from home comfort B&B, Double en-suite room, plus further rooms with shared shower room if required, one mile from Festival site. 01722718701 / 07946376140 www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/23280861

No. 19 B&B

Ideally situated for the Festival and Salisbury city centre.  We have two peaceful bedrooms (a double and a superking/twin) and a large relaxing garden and terrace.

www.no19bandbsalisbury.com

01722 412077   07957 823643
19 Glenmore Road
Salisbury
SP1 3HF

East farm ~ Tarrant Monkton.

20 minutes from Broadchalke. Two double, one twin, one single. £40 a head includes English breakfast.
Tel 01258 830240 or email vgummeast@gmail.com

Boutique hotel in a Grade 2 listed country house, featuring 9 luxurious bedrooms, fine dining restaurant, relaxed drawing room, bar and stunning gardens. 15min drive from Festival   www.10castlestreet.com

The Old House

The Old House is full of character. All food is freshly prepared and home cooked. Relax in our large lounge or award winning gardens.

www.theold-house.co.uk

The Little Coach House

Stunning arcadian retreat.  Former 17th century stables, 1 doubled bed, bathroom, living room & kitchen.  South facing.  5 miles from festival.

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