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The Times has just revealed its top 100 hotels in the UK along with its national winner.

The list ranks hotels from across the country from the Scottish Highlands to luxury escapes on the Cornwall coast.

And two Wiltshire hotels have been recognised in this year's rankings.

Swindon Advertiser: Bradley Hare (left) and Bird and Carter (right). Credit: TripadvisorBradley Hare (left) and Bird and Carter (right). Credit: Tripadvisor

This comes hot on the heels of Condé Nast Traveller unveiling their reader's favourite hotel was Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa which is also in Wiltshire.

Here are the hotels that made the cut and all the important information about how to book an amazing night away there.


The Times' best hotels in Wiltshire


Bird and Carter

The Bird and Carter was renovated from an old post office and is now the UK's fifth best hotel according to the Times' list. 

The owners, Annie Carter and Joff Bird, (pictured in the above Instagram post) opened their B&B in August 2020. 

Their five rooms are situated amid the stunning 9000 acre scenery of the Fonthill Estate just outside Tisbury.

Where: Warminster Rd Chilhampton Farm, Fonthill Bishop SP3 5SF England

How to book: Book a night at the Bird and Charter via Tripadvisor.


Bradley Hare

A Sunday lunch at the Bradley Hare should definitely be on your bucket list.

This luxury Wiltshire escape came in at ninth place out of The Times' top hotels.

Set in the tranquil village of Maiden Bradley, this country pub turned hotel was designed by the former European design director of the Soho House group.

Where: Church Street, Maiden Bradley England

How to book : Book a night away at the Bradley Hare via Tripadvisor.


See the full list of the Times' Best Places to Stay via their website.