Have you ever wondered what it’s like inside the most expensive hotel rooms in Wiltshire? 

From roll top bathtubs to private gardens, spas to open fireplaces, these hotels are the epitome of lavish glamour - here’s how the other half live: 

Lucknam Park Hotel, Colerne

Grand Master Suite 


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This grand country-house hotel in Colerne near Bath is set within a 500-acre estate with a walled garden. 

A real look into the lives of the rich and famous, the five star Lucknam Park Hotel has a Michelin starred restaurant, equestrian centre, two tennis courts, cookery school, football pitch, croquet lawn and spa with high-end ESPA and Carita products. 

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A one night stay in the Grand Master Suite will set you back £1,509 which is more than three weeks salary for the average Brit. 

The suite has a large sitting room with a stately four poster bed, dining table, open fireplace and a breathtaking marble bathroom.

Bishoptrow Hotel and Spa, Warminster

Duplex Suite


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Bishoptrow Hotel and Spa is situated in the Wylye Valley in the picturesque village of Warminster to the west of Wiltshire. 

The four star hotel has 32 bedrooms and boasts two AA rosette restaurants. 

There are two swimming pools, a sauna, mud therapy room and tennis courts - a real lavish, luxe getaway. 

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A spoiling night away here could set you back a tear-jerking £439 if you wanted to stay in their premium Duplex Suite. 

The suite boasts a large double bed with a lounge area which is perfect for relaxing after a stressful day in the spa. 

The room also has its very own private patio that is greeted through french doors, so it’s a real home from home.

No suite is complete with a dreamy roll top bathtub, his and her sinks and the finest cotton towels money can buy. 

The Bath Priory - A Relais and Chateaux Hotel, Bath

Master Crescent Suite


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When the hotel’s title is part French you know it’s going to cost you an arm and a leg to stay there...

This luxurious country house hotel and spa is set within four acres and boasts a modern French restaurant which is run by the well-known chef, Michael Nizzero. 

Inspired by Provence, The Bath Priory oozes grandeur, luxury and wealth from the moment you enter the driveway.

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The Master Suite is  located in a separate building next to the main house with its own private gardens and parking. 

The suite has all your home comforts and more, with luxurious L’Occitane toiletries, an array of fancy Bottlegreen sparkling presse, fresh cut flowers and a selection of fruit. 

Priced at a tear-jerking £660 a one night weekday stay here costs more than the average week’s wage. 

Whatley Manor, Malmesbury

Deluxe Suite


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Located on the edge of Malmesbury, this 23-bedroom hotel is set amid 12 acres of countryside and landscaped gardens. 

Whatley Manor is also home to the award-winning Aquarias Spa - surely if you’re going to fork out over £600 to stay somewhere for the night you’d at least want a spa. 

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There is also a two-Michelin starred restaurant, The Dining Room, which is led by the Great British Menu chef Niall Keating. 

The deluxe suite is arranged over two levels and has not one, but two bathrooms and a mezzanine with a second seating area.

Unlike many hotels, the Whatley Manor gives their suite guests full access to the spa and daily breakfasts are all complementary. 

The Bell at Ramsbury 

Superior King Room


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This Marlborough hotel is the cheapest on the list, but a superior king room will still set you back a hefty £150 per night. 

The 300-year-old former coaching inn has all the cosy characterful elements you would expect including oak beams, wood-burning fireplaces and stunning views. 

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Described as being a hotel that cares for the “finer things in life” a room here really is for the rich, unless you don’t mind saving up for a while. 

All of the rooms come with The White Company toiletries and complimentary bathrobes and slippers, so you can really strut your stuff like royalty. 

The Superior King room boasts a king size bed, large en-suite and stunning views across the village. 

All prices are correct at the time of publishing, for a one night stay on Thursday 14 January 2021. Hotels available through Booking.com.

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