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places to stay

Semley is a beautiful village on the Dorset /Wilts borders. If you're coming to the festival, you should take the opportunity to explore the area as well. There's lots on offer and wonderful places to stay over.



beckford arms

Established in 1740, The Beckford Arms is a traditional yet stylish country inn located on the edge of the stunning rolling parkland of the Fonthill Estate in Wiltshire, just under two hours from London and ten minutes from Semley.

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The craftman's cottage

A luxury holiday cottage in the centre of Semley village which immerses the guest in the best of British Craft. It is an early 19th century building which sleeps 6

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benett arms

A 17th century free house situated in the centre of Semley offering bed and breakfast in three cosy and comfortable newly refurbished en-suite guest rooms. Children and dogs are welcome.

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silent owl lodge

Set in the beautiful and tranquil Dorset countryside, Silent Owl has stunning panoramic views in which to lose yourself for hours. You may see deer, hares, badgers and the occasional fox, buzzards, red kites and kestrels. It is just 5 mins away from Semley.
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the fisherman's lodge

The Lodge is a secluded two bedroom cottage in an idyllic setting with uninterrupted views, accessed via a quiet country lane, and directly overlooking the beautiful Fonthill Lake.

Just 10 mins from Semley

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Lower marsh farm campsite

Opening early, especially for our festival weekend

Peaceful pop-up camping on a working farm at Semley in Dorset. Set among 50 acres of fields and woodland, the camping meadow hits the spot for anyone – family, friends, solo travellers – looking for an old-fashioned, no-frills holiday under canvas surrounded by nature, livestock and wildlife.
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