Things to do in Wiltshire
There's plenty to see and do at our estate, come rain or shine!
Ofsted-registered Four Bears Den
90 minute daily session per night's stay
Swimming pools and spa areas
With treatments from age 6
Expect daily story time with milk and cookies
We have daily screenings complete with popcorn
Open all day and stocked with board games
Firepit marshmallow toasting
During school holidays and at weekends
With a pool table and table football
Family Scavenger Hunt
Follow the clues to uncover the treasure
With ducks and the Good Life Garden
Outdoor Play Area
With a climbing frame and sandpit
Woolley Sheep Trail
Explore the grounds
A fun activity for the whole family
Perfect for den-building
Find out what there is to do near our bolthole in Wiltshire.
Take to the Kennet and Avon Canal
Award-winning local adventure tour company, Original Wild offer a range of fun adventures in beautiful Wiltshire and Somerset including kayaking and paddle boarding. Experience paddle boarding on …
You'll find some of the country's best-loved attractions waiting for you right on our doorstep.
Fairfield Animal Centre
This family-friendly Animal Park is set in 15 acres of Southwick Country Park. You can visit their animals including; Goats, Sheep, Pigs, Donkeys, Alpaca and much more. They also have fantastic …
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum
Westonbirt, the National Arboretum is a magical tree garden where you can explore trees from all over the globe. It is around a 45-minute drive from Woolley but well worth the trip. There are …
Bowood House and Gardens
Set in 100 acres of landscaped gardens and parklands, Bowood is located just 30 minutes drive from Woolley. It is an adventure playground with a life-sized pirate ship – a firm favourite with the …
American Museum and Gardens
Set in 125 acres of gardens they have a special children’s garden. Take a journey through the history of America. Find out more
The Roman Baths
Head to historic Bath where you can visit the Roman Baths, the only Roman site in the UK. You will be able to explore its history as these are well-preserved thermae in the heart of the city. You …
This Cotswold town’s historic narrow streets are now home to an array of artisan shops and independently owned restaurants.
Take a trip to the historic city of Bath, complete with its Roman Baths, Georgian crescents, magnificent abbey and rich calendar of cultural events.
Longleat Safari Park
A firm family favourite in these parts, and just half an hour from us, Longleat was actually the first safari park to open outside of Africa in 1966.
This beautiful National Trust village is about 20 minutes away. Its Abbey was once a country house, home of photography pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot.
The Frome Independent
Be sure to stop by Frome to explore its artisan craft and food market every first Sunday of the month between April and December.
This picturesque village is a hidden treasure. Stunningly beautiful, it has a museum and a river that used to power the village’s wool mills.
This tranquil four-star golf destination is Wiltshire’s only 45-hole course and is one of the best courses in the South West – a must-visit for golf enthusiasts.