|Location||Bishopstrow, Wiltshire, England|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||John Pinch the elder|
Bishopstrow House, currently occupied by the Bishopstrow House Hotel, is a late Georgian English country house standing near the B3414 (Salisbury Road) in the parish of Bishopstrow, about a mile east of Warminster, Wiltshire.
A new manor house was built at Bishopstrow in the late 18th century, standing between the Salisbury Road and the River Wylye, but this was destroyed by a fire in 1817. The present-day house was then begun on the northern side of the road, nearer to the escarpment of Salisbury Plain, and was completed by John Pinch the elder in 1821. In 1950 it was bought by Keith Neal, a firearms collector and in 1976 the house was purchased by Kurt Schiller who the next year turned it into a ten-bedroom hotel. It has since been extended to provide more rooms. In 1988 the hotel was bought by the Blandy family, owners of the five-star Reid's Hotel and winery in Madeira. In 1995 it was again sold, and in 2001 it became part of the Von Essen hotels group.
The house is set in grounds of some twenty-seven acres. As of 2001 it boasted twenty-four double bedrooms, six suites, and two family rooms. The River Wylye runs through the grounds, and a summer house and a boat house stand alongside it. The grounds also contain two ancient burial mounds.