Places to Visit

Stonehenge

Within 5 miles there is the World Heritage site of STONEHENGE, the famous Stone Circles which date back to 2500 BC and are steeped in history.

Salisbury

We are just 12 miles from the lovely CATHEDRAL CITY OF SALISBURY, with its soaring Spire of 123 metres high, and is visible from every direction, dominating the landscape for miles around.

Avebury

Avebury, the largest stone circle in the world, features one of the most impressive henges in Britain as wells as remains of a stone avenue.  Originally erected about 4,500 years ago.

Stourhead

Stourhead has a 18th Century landscape garden.  A magnificent lake, classical temples, mystical grottoes and rare and exotic trees.  The House is open to the public where you can see inspirational paintings and learn about the family history.

Longleat House

Gardens and attractions offer a full fun day out.  Wild animals such as Lions, Tigers, Hippos and more can be seen in the Safari Park.  Around the grounds is a Pets corner, miniature railway and a boat which takes you around the lake, where you can usually see the Gorilla who lives on the Island.

Caen Hill Locks

The flight of 29 locks were engineer John Rennie’s solution to climbing the very steep hill in Devizes, and were the last part of the 87 mile route of the Kennet and Avon canal to be completed.

City of Bath

Visit the City of Bath and discover a whole city designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.  The Roman Baths, a magnificent temple and bathing complex, with it’s unique hot springs.