Bradley House

Seat of the Dukes of Somerset, a traditional estate with stone house and ancient church at its heart.

Maiden Bradley, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 7HL

Bradley House

The Bradley Park Estate is centred on the village of Maiden Bradley, close to Bruton and Frome and in the West Wiltshire Downs, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Maiden Bradley village has many amenities that you would expect of a traditional English village – a pub (with guest rooms, good pub food and a bowling alley), recreation ground, community allotment garden and village hall all being popular features of this thriving village.

Incorporating woodland walks, the Estate features in-hand farms, tenanted farmland, residential properties and commercial property to rent – get in touch to join our waiting list to be kept informed of rental opportunities. The Potting Shed is a beauty and holistic studio offering luxurious massage, beauty and waxing treatments set within the walled garden of Bradley House.

Maiden Bradley is also the backdrop to the much-cherished family home of The Duke of Somerset for over 300 years. Bradley House, although a family home, can be hired out for special occasions by prior appointment.


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