There are 32 bedrooms ranging from the opulent Master bedroom to the more contemporary design of the courtyard and garden bedrooms many boasting exterior patios.
The Classic Rooms are mainly located in the main house although some classic rooms can be found on the ground floor of the Courtyard. Classic Rooms have double beds, en-suite facilities, wet rooms and are equipped with TVs and DVD players. The maximum occupancy of these rooms is 2 so you can’t share these room types with children.
The Club Rooms are located on the upper floors of the Georgian Main House and on the ground floor of the Courtyard.
Superior Rooms are located on the upper floors of the Georgian Main House and the first floor of the courtyard. There are two specifically designed Superior Rooms that can accommodate families.
These are the largest rooms of the house, some of these rooms offer a separate sitting area and others have their own outdoor access offering both space and comfort. If you have older children and are visiting in the summer these are a great option as the kids can have direct access to the outdoor pools and gardens.
The opulent oval Master Room, originally the master bedroom of the house has large bowed windows with two freestanding roll-top baths to maximise the stunning views overlooking the hotel grounds at the entrance of the house.
There are three luxury Suites available all of which are located in the courtyard; The Weymouth Suite and The Shaftesbury Suite both comprise of a separate downstairs sitting room, while upstairs is located the spacious bedroom with direct access into the gardens and the en-suite bathroom with free-standing roll top bath and walk in shower.The Dorchester Suite has sumptuous surroundings and is set over one floor. There is a spacious separate sitting room and the en-suite bathroom offers a free-standing bath and double walk in shower. This is fabulous for a family of four.
- LCD TV
- DVD player
- Bathrobes and slippers
- Free wifi
Possible Onsite Activities
Activities can be arranged at an additional cost. If you are interested in a particular activity please ensure you tell the hotel at the time of booking. Minimum numbers of 15 people apply for activity to take place on-site, otherwise activities take place within 60 minutes drive from Bishosptrow.
Archery – or ‘Longbow’, one of the world’s oldest sports, and Olympic recurve bows.
Speed Shooting (air pistol) – test your skills of accuracy and aim.
Air Rifles Target Shooting – pre charged air rifles with telescopic sights.
Clay Pigeon Shooting – 12 or 20 bore shotgun, live ammunition and fast moving clays.
Duck Herding – a twist on traditional sheep herding, using dogs to navigate ducks through an array of obstacles.
Laser Clays – deactivated shotguns using laser beams and electronic scoreboard, totally safe!
Falconry – tuition on-site for handling and flying Falcons & Eagles with professional falconer.
Fly Fishing – tuition on-site on our private stretch of the River Wylye or on lakes and streams nearby.
Axe Throwing – authentic Viking axes! Thrown at wooden ring targets
Treasure Hunt – a variety of indoor and outdoor treasure hunts are available.
It’s a knockout – enjoy a hilarious ‘It’s a Knock out’ game, guaranteed to generate a fantastic atmosphere.
A selection of activities are available within 60 minutes drive of Bishopstrow and include the following:
4 x 4
Horse Riding – is available 5 minutes drive away at White Horse Trekking Centre.
Why not visit Longleat Safari and Adventure Park. An extensive Safari Park with over 15 attractions, including the new multi million pound Jungle Kingdom and Longleat House.
Stonehenge is probably the most important prehistoric monument in the whole of Britain, surrounded by mystery, Stonehenge never fails to impress.
Known as ‘The city in the countryside’, medieval Salisbury really does have it all: historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings, traditional English eating houses and characterful shopping streets, not to mention a superb range of attractions.
Stourhead House and Gardens is a 2,650 acre (11 km²) estate which includes a Palladian mansion, the village of Stourton, gardens, farmland, and woodland.
You can even bring your dog. Dogs are charged at £10.00 per dog per night.
Children aged between 3 years and 16 years are charged at £35.00 per child per night, inclusive of their bed and breakfast. Children over 16 years will be charged as an adult.