Author: Roxanna Roberts

Beechfield House Hotel Wiltshire: Your Stunning Summer Getaway

Beechfield House Hotel Wiltshire

When you want to escape the crowds and hustle of the capital, or just to take a break from everyday life, consider booking a stay at Beechfield House Hotel in Beanacre. Beechfield was built on the outskirts of Melksham in 1878 for a local gentleman farmer, Richard Keevil, whose initials still adorn a bay window. It served as an exceptional family home for ninety years until conversion in the 1960s. But, if historical legacy, beautiful gardens, and an outdoor heated pool aren’t enough to captivate your imagination, there are several other reasons to make Beechfield House Hotel your next summer getaway. 

 

Easy to Reach From London and Close to Regional Delights

Beechfield House is an easy escape from London, making it ideal for those who want to escape without driving forever to reach their destination. This proximity makes us an excellent destination for a weekend getaway with loved ones in the idyllic Wiltshire countryside. Our venue is also close to every regional delight you may want to visit, including Bath and the Cotswolds and the surrounds peppered with farms, pubs, and pretty wool towns and villages. 

 

Beechfield Hotel Rooms are Outstanding

Comprised of 24 good-sized bedrooms, each one is refreshingly distinct and named after trees around the grounds, some of which are quite rare. 

All beds are covered with pure Egyptian cotton sheets to ensure you enjoy a soothing sleep in comfort. Each room also has an ensuite, an LCD TV, superfast wifi, a hairdryer, complimentary bathroom potions and Egyptian cotton towels, and finally, coffee and tea facilities. Best of all, there is a range of options, including those for two people, a family stay, or spending time away with your furry four-legged friend. For more details, take a look at our room selection here.

 

Our Beechfield Restaurant 

We know you want great food, wine, and to unwind during your time with us, so we’ve made it simple to get the tastiest food without leaving the hotel. We have four comfortable dining rooms to choose from, an outdoor terrace in our walled garden that’s open during the warmer months, and even poolside food service. With our informal style, and the use of seasonal and homegrown produce grown in our garden where possible, you’ll understand why we have two rosettes and consistently great feedback. Take a look at our current menus here.

 

Indulge in a Beechfield Afternoon Tea

Prepared by our pastry team, our afternoon tea can be enjoyed in our dining room or on the terrace in summer. Options include the Beechfield Full Afternoon Tea with the classic scones and sandwich selection or the Beechfield Celebration Afternoon Tea, which includes a glass of bubbly. All the options are available each day from 2.30pm to 5.30pm, with more menu details available here.

 

We Look Forward to Welcoming You

We know that a break with us will be a memorable one, and look forward to welcoming you to Beechfield House this summer. For more information on our offers, rooms, and menus, please visit our website or call our friendly staff.

Places to Stay In Wiltshire for Film and Television Crews

Places to Stay in Wiltshire

The breathtaking beauty of Wiltshire has long made it a favourite for film and television shoots, with a whole host of UK films and TV shows set in the lush and idyllic area. While on-site, the crew will need somewhere to stay, rest, and be able to bring their best to work each day which means a comfortable hotel. Perhaps you want something boutique or luxurious, with a spa and restaurant. Maybe a comfortable bed, soft sheets and a strong shower is the ticket. Or perhaps it’s finding a dog-friendly hotel to bring your fur baby along for the trip. We’ve added some of our favourites that cover all the bases to help you choose your next “on-location” hotel accommodation in Wiltshire that’s in easy distance from London. 

 

Beechfield House

Beechfield House Hotel in Beanacre, on the outskirts of Melksham, is close to myriad regional delights and Wiltshire destinations, making it an excellent option for a film shoot. With so many locations in the surrounding area, plus loads of space and easily accessible main roads, you and your crew can get around easily. Beechfield has 24 good-sized bedrooms, each one named after trees around the beautiful and expansive garden and grounds and all beds are comfortably completed with pure Egyptian cotton sheets. There is also a heated outdoor pool to enjoy after a long day. The Beechfield Restaurant serves delicious food and wine plus provides space to unwind across four comfortable dining rooms, an outdoor terrace for warmer months, and poolside food service. This country house hotel really has it all. 

 

Guyers House Hotel

Guyers House Hotel and Restaurant is a charming, privately owned country house hotel with outstanding gardens, set in the pretty town of Corsham, only eight miles from Bath. The hotel has 37 well-appointed en suite bedrooms, an elegant dining and sitting room, a panelled bar and all the other period features and facilities that you could possibly expect from an English country house set in this beautiful area. The gardens also are a stunning feature, extending over six acres, and include a croquet lawn, a tennis court and a fitness pavilion. 

 

Rudloe Arms

The Rudloe Arms includes Victorian-style decor throughout, with antique bed frames and roll-top baths, with each bedroom completed with underfloor heating and Juliette balconies. The lounge, complete with vintage furniture and beautiful artworks, offers a quiet space for guests to enjoy coffee, an aperitif, or simply relax and enjoy the tranquillity of the location. The saloon bar is great for pre-dinner drinks, with the restaurant serving inventive classic English and French cuisine. With fourteen acres of beautiful grounds, gardens and animals, there is always something to explore, plus the hotel is a great base for nearby locations and attractions often used for filming.

What to Expect From Afternoon Tea at Beechfield House

Afternoon Tea at Beechfield House

Have you had the pleasure of joining us for Afternoon Tea yet? If you haven’t, you’re missing out!

For those that have not had the pleasure of joining us for the early evening tradition, you can find everything you need to know, before arriving at Beechfield House, down below. You can also uncover what to expect from an afternoon of tea, cakes and pastries at Beechfield House. You may even whet your appetite in the process. Not to worry if you do though, as booking a table is only a click away.

The short answer of what to expect from Afternoon Tea at Beechfield House is a selection of homemade finger sandwiches, cakes, scones and a traditional pot of tea served in Wiltshire’s best-kept secret.

You’ll be in good hands while spending an afternoon at Beechfield House. As our Afternoon Tea is prepared by our Pastry Chef. There’s nothing better than freshly made scones served alongside a selection of the finest cakes, finger sandwiches, pastries and an expansive selection of tea. Click menu to view our sample afternoon tea menu.

At Beechfield House, you can enjoy the tradition all year round. You can savour the afternoon in a number of rooms including out on the terrace in the summer and in the cooler months in front of an open fire.

Currently, we’re serving Afternoon Tea to all staying guests and non-staying guests from Wednesday to Sunday between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm.

You can book your table by simply visiting our book a table page. Alternatively, you may call us or send us an email.

01225 703700
reservations@beechfieldhouse.co.uk

Of course, Afternoon Tea also makes for the perfect gift. At Beechfield House, you can choose from an array of gift cards with the option of adding a personalised message. Simply click get voucher for the perfect gift today.

Top Destinations in Wiltshire

Top Destinations in Wiltshire

Prepping for your next weekend in the beautiful county of Wiltshire?

With Beechfield House set as your home base for the weekend, you’ll have easy access to explore everything the county has to offer. Located roughly in the middle of the county, you’ll be on the doorstep of many of the top destinations in Wiltshire and beyond.

Did you know that the county is home to more prehistoric monuments than any other county in England? From Museums to prehistoric monuments and the natural wonders of the world, you’ll have no trouble packing your days full of activities while staying at Beechfield House. To help you plan your days, we’ve decided to compile a list of our top destinations in Wiltshire. Enjoy!

The Courts Garden

If you are looking for variety, you’re in for a treat at The Courts Garden. With English country garden style at its best and the season moving into Summer, The Courts Garden is certainly a top destination in Wiltshire to visit for all of the family. If you are looking for a peaceful surrounding admiring all of nature’s beauty this one is for you!

National Trust village of Lacock

Named after ‘Lacuc’ meaning ‘little stream’ this beautiful national trust village is certainly admirable. With the town looking like it did much like 200 years ago – the oldest house in the village is older than the thirteenth-century Lacock Abbey! If you are looking to visit a quintessential English village only a few miles from staying at Beechfield House, here is your answer!

Stonehenge

Of course, we couldn’t go without mentioning the one and only, Stonehenge. A top destination in Wiltshire that attracts worldwide attention and hosts more than 800,000 people a year. If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting, while staying with us, you’ll be less than a 45-minute drive away.

Wiltshire Museum

If you’d like to dive a little deeper into the county’s prehistoric past, there’s no better place to do so than at the Wiltshire Museum. You’ll have access to the last 500,000 years of Wiltshire’s unique and rich past.