A quaint village in southwest Wiltshire, Maiden Bradley is picturesque and charming with a thriving community spirit. With so many world-famous landmarks and historical monuments on its doorstep, The Bradley Hare is the ideal spot for those seeking an idyllic British retreat from which to explore this beautiful, largely undiscovered, corner of the world.
In the West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Maiden Bradley is located in one of the original clearings of the former Selwood Forest; the word ‘Bradley’ means a wide clearing of wood: Brad (broad) & ley (clearing). Only a stone’s throw away from the Great Bradley Wood and Little Bradley Wood, Maiden Bradley is surrounded by the rolling landscapes and picturesque villages that Wiltshire is known for.
Maiden Bradley is encircled by historical monuments, cultural landmarks and picturesque towns, including Bruton, Frome and Bath. You can also embark on a historical walk that leads you to King Alfred’s Tower, explore a world-class landscaped garden at Stourhead, or soak up the creativity at Hauser and Wirth, all within 12km of The Bradley Hare.