What better way to dust off the cobwebs after lockdown than by going on a little holiday? 

Whether you love the great outdoors or you're looking to run away from your family for a well-deserved moment of peace, our lovely county has something for everyone. 

The beauty of holidaying at home means you don't have to travel miles to feel like you're away. 

Sometimes we all just need a bit of a break and supporting small independent businesses at the same time comes as an added bonus. 

Here are our best places to stay in Wiltshire on Canopy and Stars after lockdown:

Puckshipton Treehouse

Swindon Advertiser:

From £82 per night

If you're ready to spark your inner child then look no further than this mega treehouse at Puckshipton. 

The magical eco treehouse is set in the Wiltshire woods completely off-grid and cars are not allowed. 

When you plan your trip you must be sure to plan your travel too as cars are banned, so it's a six-mile walk or cycle from Pewsey station. 

The whole deck, sleeping pod and mini lounge, are suspended from the trees on a platform reached by a fluted wooden walkway.

There is an outdoor shower, cooking hut and firepit arranged throughout the woods for you to use. 

Described as being truly self-sufficient holidaying here means swapping your phone and streaming service for lighting candles and playing cards. 


Swindon Advertiser:

From £94 per night

This stylish bell tent in Bradford on Avon sleeps two guests and is suitable for children.

Situated on The Farm Camp guests are able to help herd sheep, sit around the campfire and swim in the indoor pool.

Inviting you to slow down and settle into nature from the campfire, the tent is equipped with all you need to cook on the open fire pit. There are also compost loos and a shared shower facility.

Stonehenge Yurt

Swindon Advertiser:

From £100 per night

Get back to nature and really switch off at this off-grid yurt near Stonehenge. 

The cosy yurt is fully-equipped for use all year-around and even has a wood burner to keep you nice and toasty. 

The yurt is cosy, snug and warm with plenty of plush cushions, rugs and blankets to make you feel right at home. 

There's even an outside covered kitchen, gas shower and flushing toilet so you'll really be glamping in style. 

Oakdown Treehouse

Swindon Advertiser:

From £185 per night

Part of Canopy and Stars hot tub collection, Oakdown Treehouse is lavish luxury fully immersed in glorious countryside. 

Completely built for style and comfort there is an Egyptian cotton clad king-size bed and gorgeous leather armchairs nestled next to the log burner.

Hosts Kate and Peter have even built a luxury wet room with underfloor heating in the treehouse.

The outdoor kitchen is described as an extension of the inside, fully under a cover you can feast on a winter barbeque whilst gazing up at the stars. 

Are you planning a stay-cation after lockdown? Let us know in the comments.