Lovely B&B, extremely well appointed huge bedrooms and equally well proportioned bathrooms. A genuinely warm welcome, freshly cooked (delicious!) breakfast and excellent value for money. Right from initial contact through to our stay, nothing was too much trouble. If you're trying to decide between Wilton House and The Bear, it's no contest! I'd choose Wilton House every time. A number of friends were booked at the Bear and so I had called there first to book a room. The staff I spoke with were unhelpful to the point of rudeness, one can only assume they think their hotel is the 'best in town', which on the basis of our friends feedback is certainly not the case!
Today we returned from an extremely enjoyable 2 night stay at wilton house. We were pleasantly surprised on arrival with the interior decor and attention to detail as their website does not do it justice. Rooms are spacious and bathrooms even more so and the traditional furniture and local photographs and art work made our stay all the more interesting. Breakfast was wonderful and the hosts were extremely warm and accommodating. A great little place!
Wonderful B&B, friendly hostess and delicious food. The house is lovely, very old and full of character. The rooms are very elegant and ours had a huge bathroom and a separate shower. The only issue I could possibly raise was poor mobile phone reception but that's hardly Wilton House's fault. Also very accommodating about getting back in after a late night. I hope to be in Hungerford again so I can have the pleasure of staying at Wilton House.
Nice place to stay, would stay there again. Only 1 block from bus station and about 3 from train.
From Debra's warm welcome and interesting tales of the growth of Wilton House (the reasonably modern frontage hides centuries of growth and change), to the charming bedroom and very spacious ensuite with its authentic uneven floors, to the delicious breakfast served in an elegant dining room, to a large rear garden full of Spring promise (and two friendly dogs!), Wilton House was a haven of rest for me after two months travelling around Europe. Centrally located on the high street, the nearby antique shops, arcades and restaurants were only a step away, and the Kennet and Avon Canal with the Tranquil Rose holiday boat (my reason for being in Hungerford) just a couple of minutes past them. Thank you, Debra, for sharing your beautiful home with me.