Good Mondays Farm, Dauntsey, Wiltshire, SN15 4HL.    Tel: 07736 716 000

History

Good Monday’s Farm is a Queen Anne Grade II listed former dairy farm, set in the Dauntsey Vale outside the village of the same name on the southern periphery of the Cotswolds. The old cowsheds and piggery were converted in 2016 to provide 4 privately accessed, elegantly designed en-suite bedrooms and another large family bedroom / sitting room, together with the kitchen and dining room.

In 2019, the former hay barn next door was refurbished to create a comtemporary 1 bedroom cottage which can be used in conjunction with The Cowsheds.

Built in the early 18th century, Good Mondays Farm was originally a tenant farm forming part of the Dauntsey Park estate. The Dauntsey Vale is the lowest point for some miles and the lush pasture that results has meant that the Vale has been a beef and dairy farming stronghold for time in memorial. Cattle fattened at Dauntsey had a high reputation in the mid-17th century, and in the early 18th century, Dauntsey cheese was said to rival that from Cheddar. Milk was still being transported daily from the Vale’s farms via Dauntsey station to London until 1965 when the station closed. Good Mondays ceased commercial farming in the early 1960s and has since been a private home. The current owners, John and Georgie Greene moved in in 2012 and have since set about making this their home and business, converting the former cowsheds and piggery into boutique accommodation in 2016.