Bradley House is set amongst a wooded parkland and some of the most beautiful countryside in England. The village of Maiden Bradley, in this part of Wiltshire, is nestled in the rolling hills of the West Wiltshire Downs - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its location is almost equidistant between Salisbury and Bath and close to the county borders of Wiltshire, Somerset and Dorset. It is just a two hour drive from London or a train journey to Gillingham (Dorset) or Westbury stations.
Built more than 3 centuries ago, Bradley House has a welcoming warmth and is unique in retaining its natural comfort and atmosphere as a family home whilst also making a wonderful venue for Weddings & Celebrations.
Bradley House is the family home of the Dukes of Somerset. “The House contains fascinating memorabilia of the Family’s activities over 500 years, from my ancestor, Sir Edward Seymour, Lord Protector of the Realm and Brother of Jane Seymour, 3rd Queen of Henry VIII, and Uncle to King Edward VI, in recognition of his services to the Tudor monarchy as soldier, diplomat and Brother-in-law, in 1537.” says The Duke of Somerset.