One of England’s most legendary, legally protected prehistoric landmarks, Stonehenge, is believed to date back at least 4,000 years. Today, this cultural icon still stands as a prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England. Although there’s an air of mystery that surrounds the monument, it’s said to be aligned towards the sunrise on the summer solstice and sunset on the winter solstice. Here’s where to spend the night nearby while checking out this unforgettable and unique attraction.
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Luxurious, revamped hay trailer with relaxing soaking tub
This private abode is just five minutes from Stonehenge, surrounded by nature and acres of fresh air. It’s nicknamed “The Old Hay Trailer,” serving as a luxurious and unique countryside escape near Stonehenge. It was used to haul hay bales in decades past — but today has been transformed into a fully insulated, modern, cozy glamping retreat equipped with electricity, running water, and waste disposal facilities.
Inside, the property features a bedroom area with a king-sized bed, as well as a sitting area with a two-seater sofa, an electric fireplace, a TV, a fold-down wall table for dining or playing games, and a kitchen with all the appliances and equipment needed to make a simple meal. A bathroom features a deep, double-ended freestanding soaking-style bathtub with a traditional handheld shower attachment and an across-bath wooden board — perfect for perching a book or glass of champagne and relaxing in the warm water. Outdoors, there’s also a relaxing, peaceful, and furnished patio area for lounging in the fresh air.
This bright and clean farmhouse chic guest studio cottage nicknamed “The Little House” is located in the heart of Amesbury town center just a few miles from Stonehenge. Inside, guests will enjoy access to a comfortable and welcoming bedroom featuring a luxurious oak-framed double-sized bed with soft bedding and a smart TV. The compact kitchen is fully equipped for making a meal, with a stove, a fridge, sink, kettle, and toaster. The private bathroom is outfitted with a power shower, a toilet, and a mirror. Outside, there’s a designated patio area with a barbecue and firepit for guests to get some fresh air.
This property is tucked away just two miles from Amesbury and six miles from Salisbury — walkable from the historic Stonehenge World Heritage Site. It’s a relaxing and refreshing spot to set as a home base while exploring this incredible landmark. Guests will enjoy luxurious amenities like cozy, underfloor heating throughout the property and modern rainfall showers. In the primary bedroom, there’s a private bathroom and a comfortable, four-poster King-sized bed as well as a pullout sofa bed (ideal for a child or small adult). There’s no dedicated kitchen, but there is a microwave, fridge, coffee machine, kettle, and toaster for guests’ use in the shared dining room.
This compact, bright, and welcoming tiny home-style shepherd’s hut features everything needed to enjoy a relaxing stay in the countryside, including an electric radiator and full insulation to stay warm. Guests can use the kitchenette, which features a microwave-oven combination, an induction hob for boiling water, a spacious fridge, and a fold-out table. Rest in the double-sized bed decorated with vibrant pillows and warm blankets. The bathroom has a toilet, an electric shower, and even a heated towel rail for chillier days. Outside, there’s a garden table and chair loungers and a barbecue. Guests should be forewarned there’s no Wi-Fi, but there are plenty of board games for a bit of nostalgic entertainment.
This private cottage in the countryside is set in the garden of a main residence, with a private entrance and its own rideside parking area. Inside, there’s a private bathroom space, a well-equipped kitchen with cooking appliances, and even a washing machine. There are two single beds in a spacious bedroom that is decorated to feel bright and cheery. There’s also a separate living room area with another sofa bed and a television. Outside, guests are welcome to use the property’s garden and pond areas during their stay. It’s a great location for visiting Stonehenge, a 2-mile drive away.
This private pod space nicknamed “Eden Pod” has its own private garden space and serves as a fantastic and relaxing spot to reconnect with nature. Inside, there’s a small fridge and tea and coffee-making facilities. There’s also a log-effect wall heater to keep things cozy on cold winter nights and a skylight above the bed to stargaze. Outside, guests can spend time on the deck sitting around the log fire pit in the fresh air.
This spacious chalet-style detached bungalow property is nine miles from Stonehenge. In the primary bedroom, enjoy the comfortable king-size mattress, admire sturdy solid oak furniture, and open the patio doors, which look out onto the garden with a decked balcony to get some fresh air. There’s also an en-suite with a corner bathtub with a separate shower. There are two additional bedrooms downstairs, boasting comfortable king-sized beds. Upstairs are two more stylish and cozy bedroom spaces that offer beautiful views.
Cook in the fully equipped kitchen hosting everything needed to make a tasty meal, including cutlery and cooking appliances. There’s a dedicated dining room located off the kitchen with a dining table seating eight people. In the living room, watch TV on the comfortable couches in front of the warm, open fireplace. Or, open the double doors out onto the patio area and garden to get some fresh air.
This pet-friendly rustic yurt is situated in the relaxing countryside, accessible to miles of beautiful walking paths — including footpaths to Stonehenge. Inside, there’s a double bed, a sofa and tea and coffee-making facilities, as well as an indoor log burner to keep cozy on chillier winter nights. Outside, guests can watch the stars from inside their private, enclosed garden area. Nearby, explore a local favorite cafe about one mile down the road from the campsite that’s known to serve delicious breakfasts, lunch, and afternoon tea.
Nicknamed “The Butterfly,” this cozy, pet-friendly glamping pod is a quaint, rural, outdoorsy escape that is an ideal spot to reconnect with nature in an unforgettable way. Inside, it’s furnished with two single beds, a small fridge, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Outside, it has its own yard space with a fire pit and furniture to lounge.