Whether you wish to celebrate a wedding, birthday, anniversary, or christening, the Farmhouse Inn is an ideal venue.

Make your get together a memorable occasion! Whatever your requirements, our Southwick Suite is available for private functions and our friendly team are on hand to help. Come and talk to us about the many options we can offer to ensure you enjoy your special day or evening.

We love a good party here at the Farmhouse, so why not come and celebrate your special occasion in style and let us take care of everything else.

The Southwick Suite is also ideal for groups or organisations to hold meetings or exhibitions. Our expert management team with over 25 years experience will assist with pre-function preparations, including advice on planning your event.


Your wedding day should be the best day of your life, filled with happiness, for you, your family and your friends.

Mid-Week Wedding Specials

10% Reduction for Monday to Thursday bookings!
also includes complimentary dinner on 1st Anniversary!

Our Wedding co-ordinator, Jan Harris, will be delighted to work with you so that together you can ensure your wedding reception is truly memorable.

If you decide to book your wedding with us, we recommend meeting two or three times beforehand, so that on the day we and our team of enthusiastic staff know your requirements exactly. We will do everything we can to make your day perfect. We can even offer you a discount if you decide to book accommodation with us too!

The Farmhouse's friendly team will be on hand to help you and advise you before and during, your celebration.

Southwick Suite

  • Private self contained function room
    with seperate entrance
  • Full Bar area
  • Up to 100 guests for a seated meal
  • Up to 150 guests for an informal buffet
  • Private garden & patio area
  • Dance Area
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • Parking
  • Range of menus

Chef Brian Clanahan with a wedding cake made from cheese! A five-tiered dairy stack with layers of Cornish Yarg, Wensleydale and cranberry, Shropshire blue and goats cheese on a base of
farmhouse cheddar. 
To read the full Wiltshire Times story please click on the picture opposite.