Nearby Towns and Villages
Medieval based small village full of character and charm 16 miles west of Salisbury. It lies within the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Formerly a thriving small town with its own market, Hindon is now a quiet country village, favoured by commuters, retirees and weekenders.
Nourished by natural hot springs, Bath offers a unique experience with stunning architecture, great shopping and iconic attractions.
One of Wiltshire's most attractive little towns, offering visitors a range of useful services, a variety of places to eat and good quality accommodation.
Steeped in history and tradition, it offers visitors breathtaking views and the warmest of welcomes. The "Shaston" of Thomas Hardy's novels, Shaftesbury is one of the oldest and highest towns in England and dominates what Hardy called the "engirdled and secluded" Blackmore Vale.
A large ancient Wiltshire village situated around 6 miles south of Salisbury. It straddles the River Avon just outside the New Forest National Park and is surrounded by water meadows and chalk downland.
Superbly situated in southern England's rural heartland, few destinations can match the amazing diversity of Salisbury and Stonehenge - with a history dating back over 5,000 years there is no shortage of places to visit.
Lies to the south west of Salisbury Plain, beneath the chalk downland with its abundant flora and fauna, and at the head of one of Britain's "best kept secrets" - the Wylye Valley with its attractive villages and historic landscape. The town boasts many historic attractions of its own and an almost unrivalled proximity to a wealth of interesting and beautiful places.
Situated in the extreme south-west corner of the County of Wiltshire and the parish boundary also forms the Dorset County boundary. Nestling beneath the South Wiltshire Downs, large parts of the surroundings are designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are also a number of sites in and around Mere that provide a wealth of historical and archaeological interest.
Often called the capital of the Nadder Valley, is set in a secret area amid beautiful scenery. Steeped in history, Tisbury is the largest village in the Nadder Valley and has been a settlement for over 2,000 years.
Escape to Wiltshire and discover a land shrouded in mystery, steeped in legend, where history comes alive through its many iconic attractions; a land where breathtaking sights combine with picture-perfect villages nestling peacefully amid rolling, unspoiled countryside.
Places of Interest