Local Attractions

Situated on the border between Wiltshire and Somerset, we are conveniently located for visiting a wealth of historic venues and some of the best family attractions in the South West.

We have listed a few below for your information, but within an hours drive you can visit the Jurassic Coast, Monkey World and the Imperial Tank Museum, and to the west, SS Great Britain in Bristol.

Nearby Towns

We are conveniently located close to the cities and towns of….

bath-linkBath

(City)The Kennet and Avon canal leads to the Georgian city of Bath, with its elegant terraces and magnificent architecture. The famous hot springs, Thermae Bath Spa, and the Roman Baths are worth a visit too.

 

 

salisbury-linkSalisbury

(City) Superbly situated in southern England’s rural heartland, few destinations can match the amazing diversity of this cathedral city.

 

 

 

frome-linkFrome

(Town) Childhood home of Jenson Button and three miles away, has many interesting historic buildings, quirky shops, many independent local businesses, a retro cinema and the curious Cheap Street.

 

 

warminster-linkWarminster

(Town) The local market town of Warminster has a variety of shops and restaurants and a Friday Farmers’ market.

 

 

 

bradford-linkBradford-on-Avon

(Town) Bradford on Avon is an old saxon town twelve miles away. The wool and cloth industries flourished here in the 19th century. The town has many churches, mills and a wonderfully preserved Tythe Barn.

 

Activities for everyone:-

 

Cycling – Bring your own bikes, cycle the Wiltshire Cycleway, and Kennet and Avon Canal towpaths.

Fishing – In Longleat estate, river Frome, and Brokers Wood.

Golf – Enjoy the excellent local golf courses and driving ranges.

 

Nearby Attractions

longleat-linkLongleat

 

 

 

wookey-linkWookey Hole

 

 

 

haynes-linkHaynes Motor Museum

 

 

 

stonehenge-linkStonehenge

 

 

 

bath-spa-linkThermae Bath Spa

 

 

 

brokerswood-linkBrokerswood Country Park