Small Room feature decadent double beds dressed in Siberian goose-down bedding and Egyptian cotton sheets. They’re equipped with a flatscreen TV, DVD player, free WiFi, digital radio, hairdryer, comfy armchair and tea and coffee facilities. The ensuite bathroom has a shower and is stocked with a range of handmade natural products. There’s no wardrobe, but hangers and pegs are available.
King-size bed with bathroom en-suite including our own range of handmade natural bathroom products. Siberian goose down bedding, Egyptian cotton linen. Flatscreen TV and DVD (and DVDs) free Wi-Fi, hairdryer, internet radio, Armchair, Tea and coffee tray. The Beckford rooms don't have wardrobes as such, but hangers and pegs.
Beckford’s Large Room has a decadent king-sized beds dressed in Siberian goose-down bedding and Egyptian cotton, with a freestanding cast-iron roll-top bath in the bedroom, and a separate shower in the ensuite. They’re equipped with a flatscreen TV, DVD player , dressing table, free WiFi, digital radio, hairdryer, comfy armchair and tea and coffee facilities.
2extra beds - $62.39 for adults - $25.99 for ages 3 to 11 - $62.39 for ages 12 to 18
1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Overlooking the garden, the Attic room is the hotel’s largest and most suitable for families, with a small extra bedroom for up to two little ones as well as a separate sitting room. It's equipped with a flatscreen TV, DVD player, iPod dock, digital radio, comfy sofa, hairdryer and free WiFi, as well as a decadent double bed dressed in Egyptian cotton, Siberian goose-down bedding and vintage Welsh blankets. The ensuite bathroom has a bath with a shower and is stocked with bespoke natural products.
Beckford’s two adults-only, split-level lodges stand on the site of the Fonthill Estate’s original 19th-century guest accommodation, where Byron, Nelson and Turner once stayed the night (but not together). The lodges are a fifteen-minute stroll from the main hotel, so you can survey pristine views of Wiltshire countryside and Fonthill Lake from the roll-top bath in the mezzanine bedroom (there’s also a shower in the ensuite). Downstairs, a rustic-style living area and kitchen has a wood-burning stove alongside the mod cons (which include Smart TV, internet radio, WiFi, and iPod docks), and a fridge pre-stocked with local produce for breakfast. Each of the two lodges sleeps two, Guests should note that, because of the nearby stud farm, pets have to stay at home.