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Local Attractions


Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. Explore the ancient landscape on foot and step inside the Neolithic Houses to discover the tools and objects of everyday Neolithic life. Visit the world-class exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and come face to face with a 5,500 year-old man.

Lacock Abbey, Village and Fox Talbot Museum - 3 miles away

This beautiful village is popular with visitors and film producers alike, step back in time and enjoy all that Lacock has to offer

Bath - 10 miles from hotel

Looking for a beautiful and truly unique destination? Wanting somewhere that’s brimming with things to do, a fantastic city centre, where you can shop until you drop but also relax and unwind? Then welcome to Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Independent, creative, unique and stylish, Bath is the only place in the UK where you can bathe in naturally hot spa water and original Roman Baths, making it the ultimate spa break destination for thousands of years. Whether you fancy a romantic short break, a fun family holiday, an indulgent foodie getaway or an exciting day out on the bus or train, Bath is guaranteed to delight.

Castle Combe

Castle Combe has been called the prettiest village in England, so it may be surprising that many of us will have only seen it on screen - as the fictional Puddleby-on-the Marsh in Dr. Dolittle, the 1960\'s film with Rex Harrison, and more recently a backdrop to Steven Spielberg\'s film War Horse. This magical village was once a weaving town at the heart of the Cotswolds wool trade: you can still see weavers\' cottages where the local red and white cloth was produced. In St Andrew\'s Church, don\'t miss the Norman monument to a knight; his legs are crossed to indicate that he fought in the Crusades. Also in the church is a medieval faceless clock, one of the oldest working clocks in the country.


Avebury henge and stone circles are one of the greatest marvels of prehistoric Britain. Built and much altered during the Neolithic period, roughly between 2850 BC and 2200 BC, the henge survives as a huge circular bank and ditch, encircling an area that includes part of Avebury village. Within the henge is the largest stone circle in Britain - originally of about 100 stones - which in turn encloses two smaller stone circles.

Glastonbury Tor

Glastonbury Tor rises like a beacon above the Somerset levels. Visible for over twenty miles, it floats like an island over the misty, verdant landscape. There\'s something almost mystical about this hill and the ghostly tower atop it. Even if you\'re not there on pilgrimage, when you catch sight of Glastonbury you\'ll understand its allure for pagan and Christian alike. In Glastonbury, legend and history meet. The reality is straightforward: a majestic ruined abbey and church set in a charming, offbeat English town unique for its sheer number of New Age and magic shops. But behind the facts lurk legends of Arthur, the Holy Grail, and even the idea that a young Jesus may have visited Britain.

Wadworth Brewery Tour

The Wadworth Brewery Tour and Visitor centre, situated in the heart of Wadworthshire, home to 6X - the "thoroughly decent pint". Enjoy a guided tour of our brewery in Devizes and discover the history of Wadworth Ales. With a visit to meet our Shire Horses, and the opportunity to sample some of our finest beers, you will been shown around the brewery by an experienced member of the Wadworth Team.

Bradford on Avaon

Set perfectly in the dramatic Avon Valley, it is a rare combination of river, canal and architecture of true character. It\'s no surprise that this place has drawn people through the ages. Stroll through the town and you will walk through time. Wander and wonder. The Romans, Saxons, Normans, Georgians and Victorians have all left their mark - each creating a chapter in Bradford on Avon\'s remarkable story.