Wiltshire Tourist Guide

Newton Farmhouse B&B - On the edge of the New Forest - Near Salisbury City

Southampton Road (A36)
United Kingdom
+44(0)1794 884416
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Additional Features

4 Star
Accessible Bedrooms
Beverages in all rooms
Ensuite all rooms
Family Friendly
Hairdryer all rooms
Homemade Food
Night Keys
Outdoor eating area
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Radio alarm
Rural outlook
Showers all rooms
Television all rooms
Vegetarians catered for
Well behaved dogs welcome
Off Road Parking

Special Offers

Help for Heroes

For serving military personnel staying at Newton Farmhouse, 10% of your booking will be donated to the Help for Heroes charity.


This B&B offers accommodation in an historic 16th century GradeII listed building, near to Salisbury and The New Forest, has flagstone floors, exposed oak beams and original bread oven in the Inglenook fireplace.

The farmhouse was gifted to Lord Nelson’s family (England’s most famous sea hero) following his death at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805 and although the building has been altered over the years it still retains many of its original features.

We are set in 3 acres of beautiful rolling Wiltshire countryside and guests are welcome to make full use of the garden. Outdoor games such as croquet and badminton are available on request. There is also a trampoline in the garden and a swimming pool with loungers and shades. Children, of any age, must be supervised and the use of these facilities is entirely at your own risk.

All rooms are fully ensuite with bath or shower and are comfortably furnished. Please note that we are completely non-smoking and our prices are per room not per person.

Newton Farmhouse is situated 6 miles (10km) from the Cathedral city of Salisbury, which boasts the highest spire in England and an original copy of the of the Magna Carta and oldest known working clock.

How to find us

From the North:
Leave Salisbury on the A36 towards Southampton. After approx 6 miles, pass through the traffic lights at the junction of the A36 with the A27 (Romsey road). Stay on the A36. After one further mile you will come to a small crossroads, marked on the map as 'NEWTON'. We are exactly at the junction, on the right hand side; look for the 'B & B' sign.

From the South:
Exit the M27 at Junction 2 and join the A36 towards Salisbury & Bristol. After approximately seven miles, pass the first sign to Cowesfield (turning right). Stay on the A36. After about one more mile you will come to a layby (Rest Area) on the left hand side. Immediately after the layby there is a small crossroads marked on the map as 'NEWTON'. We are exactly at the junction on the left hand side; look for the 'B & B' sign.

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