Planning on visiting Messums Wiltshire in the near future?. Our hotel suggestions in and around Tisbury, Wiltshire should save you a bit of time finding the right accommodation for your visit.
Messum’s Wiltshire in Tisbury is a new multi-purpose gallery and arts centre that showcases modern and contemporary art, design and performance. The gallery space and cafe are located in a 15th Century tithe barn, the largest of its type in England, with the landscape surrounding the Barn is an area of outstanding natural beauty and provides an inspirational backdrop for visitors.
Place Farm, Court St, Tisbury
The Beckford Arms
The Beckford Arms is a traditional yet stylish country pub with rooms located on the edge of the stunning rolling parkland of the Fonthill Estate in south Wiltshire just off the A303.
The 8 cosy bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, goose down duvets and vintage Welsh blankets have flat-screen TVs and DVD players plus iPod docks and local artwork. Breakfast is included, and there’s a fireside sitting room with books and board games. There’s also a traditional bar with a fireplace plus a restaurant.
South Western Hotel
The South Western is a wonderful Victorian Hotel situated in a quintessential English village in the heart of rural Wiltshire and serving some of the best food in the West Country.
This smoke-free hotel features a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a meeting room. Free full breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Additionally, tour/ticket assistance, a garden, and barbecue grills are onsite.
Howard’s House Hotel
Built in 1623 and set in the Nadder Valley, this elegant country hotel is 10.7 miles from Salisbury and 12.4 miles from Stonehenge.
The 10 individually decorated country-style rooms with en suite bathrooms have flat-screen TVs and high-end toiletries, plus 1 has a 4 poster bed and sitting area. Breakfast is included and table d’hote and a la carte menus are available in the fine-dining restaurant at additional cost.
The Lamb at Hindon
Dating from the 12th century, this traditional pub with rooms is 16.3 miles from Salisbury and 15.8 miles from Wincanton Racecourse.
The upscale rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines and high-end toiletries plus some have 4-poster beds and free-standing baths. Full English breakfast is included with lighter options also available.There’s a restaurant with a menu based around local produce plus a bar with features including inglenook fireplaces, flagstone floors and exposed beams.