The Maiden Bradley Estate is centred on the village of Maiden Bradley, near Warminster, in Wiltshire, which is a small village between Mere and Frome in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, approximately 3 miles North of the A303 London to Exeter main road. It is situated between Stourhead House and Gardens (National Trust) and Longleat House and Safari Park. Gillingham, Frome and Warminster (approximately 6 miles) are nearby, whilst the Roman City of Bath is about 45 minutes away. The village boasts a lively community shop and Post Office, a newly refurbished pub, the Somerset Arms, a Recreation Ground and Village Hall hosting many functions and societies. There are railway stations at Gillingham (serving London Waterloo) and Westbury (serving London Paddington / Exeter) are also nearby.
The Estate comprises residential, office, and commercial property to rent, as well as let farms and land, together with woodlands and a private water supply serving the village of Witham Friary, near Frome. There is a peaceful woodland walk open to the public situated in the Estate's woodlands at Witham Park Wood, overlooking the Somerset countryside, for which there is a visitorâ€™s guide available.
Please see the Properties to Let page for details of residential and commercial property to rent, which is up-dated regularly. Here you can also download the application form if you are interested in joining our waiting list for suitable rental property, when they become available.
Bradley House - Tours by Appointment
Bradley House, at Maiden Bradley, is a much loved and cherished family home to The Dukes of Somerset for over 300 years. Bradley House is open to visitors by appointment throughout the year. Please telephone the Estate Office 01803 866633 for details. It is also available as a unique venue for weddings, private parties, corporate events or other special occasions, offering seven ensuite bedrooms and a wide range of services and activities, set in beautifully maintained gardens and parkland at the edge of the village. For more information and contact details, please see the Bradley House website or telephone 01803 866633.