Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Wiltshire   



Huntlys is an 18th Century thatched farmhouse in a quiet country lane, offering a friendly base in fine downland walking/riding country at the heart of the Pewsey Vale.  It is located near the Ridgeway and within easy distance of Stonehenge, Avebury, Old Sarum and Wiltshire's other ancient monuments.  Salisbury, Marlborough and Bath are all easily accessible, making Huntlys an ideal base from which to explore.


We offer comfortable, warm accommodation with open fires and fresh farm produce is a speciality.

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Huntlys has two guest rooms.


The first is a double (or twin) room with en-suite shower .  There is an attached single room for families which can accommodate one extra person.

Twin/Double/Family from £80 per night.

Single occupancy from £50 per night.

The second is a double room with private bathroom.

Double from £80 per night.

Single occupancy from £50 per night.




You will enjoy an award-winning farmhouse breakfast, freshly cooked to your requirements, with home produced ingredients.

Free Wifi

Wifi is available.


In fine weather, breakfast can be served on the terrace, surrounded by our beautiful garden.

Daily Housekeeping

A laundry and drying service can be arranged for a small extra charge.


In summer, you have access to the outdoor swimming pool at certain times of the day, by arrangement.

Evening Meals

Evening meals can be provided in the dining room by arrangement.

Dogs & Horses

Dogs and horses are welcome, by prior arrangement.  Grazing provided.


Ample parking is to the front of the house.


For anyone arriving at Pewsey Station, we are normally able to collect you for a small extra charge.

Lifts to a local pub can also be arranged.



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Front door

A welcoming entrance

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The Vale of Pewsey

Set in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Vale of Pewsey is an area that stretches from Devizes to the West Berkshire border. 

There is plenty to do and see in the Vale, with excellent walking, riding and cycling, including the long-distance route - the Pewsey Vale Circular Way.

Have a look at the video to find out more.

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We were on a 3-day family cycle ride and this was our first stopover and quite possibly the highlight of our trip! Only our youngest was prepared to brave the chill of the swimming pool (it being only May!) but the setting of the house and garden was stunning and a beautiful place to relax. We had booked dinner in advance (to save extra peddling!) and Margot couldn’t have been more accommodating in finding the perfect home-cooked menu to appeal to our 2 boys. The 3 course meal (by an open log fire!) was absolutely delicious and even I was shocked by the amount we ate.



From the North - Swindon, Hungerford or M4, - via Pewsey to Huntlys Farm, Manningford Abbotts, SN9 6HZ.

Take the Salisbury (A345) road out of Pewsey, passing the church on L and then Esso garage on L. Travel approx. 1 mile past turning to R signed Sharcott. Take next turn R signed Manningford Abbotts – there is a red brick house called Milford on R as you turn.

From the South or West via A303 and A345 to Upavon, or Devizes and A342, turning L in Rushall.

When you reach the Woodbridge roundabout, take A345 signed to Pewsey. Pass the turn L to Manningford Bruce. and take the next turn L to Manningford Abbotts – there is a red brick house on the R as you turn.


Follow this narrow road through sharp RH bend, over small river bridge and past a junction to R (Sharcott). Huntlys is next house on R with a straw horse on the roof. Look for long box hedge, opp. low brick wall with post box in it. Go past the brick annexe built onto the roadside - The Skilling – and drive into 2nd entrance, turning sharply down into our yard. Hope this is detailed enough!