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Top 5 holiday homes near Longleat Safari Park, Warminster, UK

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Tiger on a tree in Longleat Safari & Adventure Park, Warminster, UK

When visiting Warminster, UK, Longleat Safari Park has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.

Where to stay near Longleat Safari Park, Warminster, UK

Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.

Sleepy Leopard

Sleepy Leopard, Plum Guide home in Oxfordshire, UK

Sleepy Leopard, Plum Guide home in Oxfordshire, UK

Click to book Sleepy Leopard now: from £500 per night If you're after countryside tranquility but don't want to compromise on modern style and comfort, this brilliant barn conversion makes for a memorable Cotswold escape. The river Thames runs along the end of the garden, and there’s even a private jetty, so you can swim or paddle board in the river. With six bedrooms – each with its own ensuite – this huge home can accommodate your whole extended family for that annual family reunion or special celebration, and you can even bring your furry friends along. We love how well equipped this home is when it comes to keeping the whole group together and entertained – from the large rustic trestle table to the snug with beanbags and a large flatscreen TV, where you can catch up on your favourite shows or watch classic movies. Packing your walking shoes is a given, but don't forget your swimming trunks too, if you are planning to make use of the steamy hot tub for a stargazing session. Sleeps up to 14 | 6 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms

The Pheasant's Feather

The Pheasant's Feather, Plum Guide home in Bath

The Pheasant's Feather, Plum Guide home in Bath

Click to book The Pheasant's Feather now: from £250 per night Walking along the large flagstones of Bath's Georgian streets, your eyes are drawn up to the facades of the townhouses terraces. This double-fronted home is an excellent example of the local vernacular and was in fact built by the founders of Bath, John Wood the Elder & James Leake in 1744. The restoration of the home has elevated its original features, whilst simultaneously injecting a contemporary colour palette, which gives it a homely appeal. The central location of this home means the city's boutique shops, historical sights and creative institutions are mostly in walking distance from your doorstep. Sleeps up to 10 | 5 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

Faerie World

Faerie World, Plum Guide Home in Somerset

Faerie World, Plum Guide Home in Somerset

Click to book Faerie World now: from £150 per night Even before you enter, it’s clear that there’s something special about Faerie World. The high position of the cottage gives a heavenly view of the stream below, and you can hear the babbling water from the terrace, which is itself surrounded by flowers, and makes you feel like you’re in a fairytale. Once inside, the living room and bedroom don’t disappoint. The bedroom in particular, with its Farrow & Ball colours, stands out. The kitchen doesn’t have the same aesthetic charm, but that’s a small gripe, and shouldn't give you any cause for concern. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom

Kingscote Park

Kingscote Park, Plum Guide home in The Cotswolds

Kingscote Park, Plum Guide home in The Cotswolds

Click to book Kingscote Park now: from £200 per night Planning a special event? Consider this grand mansion house, whose nine bedrooms - plus special highlights like juke box, maze, large terrace and extensive parklands - make it quite the place for a gathering of family or friends. The grade II-listed Regency building has no less than five indoor living spaces including a banquet-worthy dining room, which seats up to 20, a library packed with books, and sitting room with open fire and plenty of overstuffed chairs and sofas. The surroundings are impressive, part of the 28-acre Matara Estate, where rewilding projects and formal gardens have been in progress for the past 20 years. A private tour can be arranged – just ask the caretaker on your arrival. If you can manage your way out of all that (or even want to) you’ll find yourself in a charming part of the Cotswolds - with Stroud, Tetbury and Westonbirt’s National Arbotoreum nearby and Jane Austen’s beloved Bath just a 35-minute drive away. Sleeps up to 18 | 9 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms


Grindstone, Plum Guide home in The Cotswolds

Grindstone, Plum Guide home in The Cotswolds

Click to book Grindstone now: from £200 per night Enjoy a stately visit to this grand home in the southern Cotswolds. With six bedrooms, Grindstone can accommodate up to twelve guests and welcomes those to enjoy the lavish interiors, manicured gardens and untouched countryside with views of the old mill from the backyard. Boasting two reception rooms with fireplaces, an open-plan kitchen and a small study, an extended family would surely benefit from this large space in such an idyllic setting. Although you'll be able to enjoy total privacy here, you're just six miles from Badminton, ten miles from Highgrove and twenty miles from Bath and Bristol, giving you the chance to get in on the action, should you ever need it. Sleeps up to 10 | 6 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms

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