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Wiltshire is most famous for its important neolithic monuments, including the stone circles at Stonehenge.
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The House of Thomas Bayly was built following the Great Fire of Marlborough in 1653. Over the years 1653-1700 a fine timber and brick building was constructed,
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Discover the land before time at Avebury Probably one of England's best known tourist attractions (and a World Heritage Site), Avebury is a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles in Wiltshire. The site has much to thank archaeologist Alexander Keiller, known as the marmalade millionaire thanks to his breakfast creation, who opened a museum here to display much of the findings of the site in 1938 in the old stable building of Avebury manor where he lived. A wonderful t...
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The grounds and gardens at Longleat cover 900 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown, as well as formal gardens by George London. The stables and Orangery were designed by renowned architect, Wyatville, and the Secret Garden is the work of Russell Page.
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A very warm welcome awaits you at this charming old rectory. Tranquil gardens with wisteria, roses and lavender. Light and airy rooms. Lots to see and do.
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Explore a beautiful English country garden at The Courts Garden The Courts Garden is a delightful English country garden showcasing some of the UK'S best gardening. Take a stroll through the beautiful colour-coordinated flower bed and admire the wonderful variety of trees, shrubs and naturally planted spring bulbs. The water garden contains a rectangular lily pond surrounded by pale Iris Sibirica and an earlier creation of a dye pond. Borders are enclosed with Yew, Beech and Holly. T...
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Lydiard Park is a beautiful historic estate on the western edge of Swindon, with the Palladian House, Church and Walled Garden, set in 260 acres of parkland.
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If you are looking for privacy, comfort and boutique style, visit one of the two beautifully renovated self catering properties at Tresco House. Located in the heart of the Wessex downs, fabulous country walks along the Ridgeway path, cycle rides and a host of other country pursuits are on your doorstep. Just one mile from the thriving market town of Marlborough, 7 miles from historic Avebury and very well placed for visiting many key tourist attractions with Oxford, Winchester, Bath, Salisbu...
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Talbot House B&B is situated in the charming National Trust village of Lacock; home to the Fox Talbot Museum and Lacock Abbey. The house provides comfortable accommodation and a very welcoming and homely atmosphere…everything needed for a relaxing country getaway! The B&B is just a short stroll away from the centre of the village, which has a variety of traditional pubs and delightful tearooms. Exploring the village further, guests will uncover many hidden treasures, everything from a besp...
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Howard's House is a privately owned hotel, hidden away in unspoilt countryside in the heart of Wiltshire. The ancient honey coloured stone building has not been subjected to any modern tampering which shows in the simple elegance of the airy restaurant. Chef Andy Britton's ethos is to source as much local meat, game, fish and seasonal produce as possible as well as the vegetables and herbs from the kitchen garden. The cuisine is modern British and the menu may feature a starter such as roaste...
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Explore the impressive collections and beautiful interiors at Mompesson House Mompesson House, an elegant and spacious 18th century house in Cathedral Close, was built for Charles Mompesson in 1701. It has magnificent plasterwork, a fine oak staircase and good quality period furniture. The house also contains the Turnbull collection of 18th century drinking glasses. In the Green Room is a display of black and white portrait prints. A well known tenant of the house was Barbara Townsend a...
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