Deborah and James Sheppard would like to welcome you to our homepage!
Poulton Grange is a spacious, purpose built family farm house for the 21st Century. It is situated in the North Wessex Downs near Marlborough within an area of outstanding natural beauty. We opened for luxury farmhouse B & B on 1st September 2008 and and have welcomed many guests and friends through the doors! We have been accredited with a 5* rating with a Gold award for hospitality :-) for the fifth year of business AND a Best Breakfast Award - so come on and Shake up your Wake up with a highly commended English Breakfast cooked on the AGA!!
Poulton Grange at Harvest time
You can reach us at 01672 516888. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org We confess to a 'conversational' level of French and Italian and welcome visitors from overseas.
We currently have 2 spacious guest rooms with stunning views. Both with really comfortable beds - super king sized doubles that can also be twins. Both bedrooms have light and airy en-suite facilities. Full English breakfast with local produce cooked on the Aga is highly recommended. Guests have voted us the Number One B&B in the Marlborough area for the fourth year running - thanks chaps!!
Now available with a 5* AA rating is our 3 bedroomed Finnish log cabin for holiday lets and short stays. Self catering or serviced according to your requirements. Visit www.poultonlodge.com to find out more.
Poulton Grange and Poulton Lodge have their own water supply from an aquifer laying 150' below the chalk downland. Poulton Grange is also heated by a geo thermal heat source installed in 2008 when the house was built. Although a spacious farmhouse it has a carbon neutral footprint and is tremendously snug in winter and airy in summer.
P.S. Postcode will only get you to the bottom of our private drive - which is 1 mile long so don't think you have got lost - just ring if you do! Make sure you go UNDER the old railway bridge BEFORE turning left into our drive
Bluebells in our ancient woodland. They were out early this year on 20th March!