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Walks around Woolley…and why dogs love it here

Wiltshire and NE Somerset are glorious counties for walks. Big open skies, gently rolling hills, sleepy riverside pastures and shady canal paths. A real ‘get away from it all’ haven and, for the most part, not at all crowded.

Afternoon tea at Woolley Grange hotel, Wiltshire.

Treat yourself to afternoon tea at Woolley Grange

At Woolley Grange we honour the tradition of afternoon tea with freshly made sandwiches, homemade scones with jam and cream and some rather fancy cakes and patisserie. Never forgetting children, we also offer a very reasonably priced children’s afternoon tea with sandwiches, cakes, savoury snacks and, of course...jelly!

Frome Market, close to Woolley Grange luxury family hotel in Bradford on Avon

10 things to see and do around Woolley Grange

10 top ideas for young and old explorers alike (and we feel sure that you'll discover a few of your own along the way). Just ask at Reception for advice, maps and more ideas!

Children jump into the outdoor swimming pool at Woolley Grange in Wiltshire

Enjoy a family summer holiday at Woolley Grange

‘This hotel is so charismatic. From the enchanting nooks and crannies to the rustic wooden beams, Woolley Grange flirts with eccentricity whilst being a luxury, family friendly hotel. Not only does the hotel impress the adults, it also inspires the children with its magical atmosphere and gardens.’ Sue, CrispWhiteSheets

Mince pies and mulled wine at a luxury family hotel

Christmas parties, festive stays and happy days!

Enjoy a rather special Christmas and New Year celebration at Woolley Grange, whether for an office Christmas Party meal, a family feast or a relaxing break over the festive season.

Woolley Grange's Head Gardener, Eliza, stands in a beautiful garden

Welcome to Woolley’s first blog post. We hope you enjoy!

In this post, we hear from Eliza, our Head Gardener, and her plans to make Woolley's gardens even more beautiful. Following Eliza's visit to Great Dixter, she also has some valuable tips for garden border design