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I was checked in by a friendly member of staff and invited to have a seat in the cosy, homely conservatory to enjoy the sunshine. I was looked after from start to finish. My room was spacious, clean and bright with en suite and other facilities. I requested breakfast earlier than the B&B usually ...
Alabare Guest house£60Alabare Guest house£60
Had a very enjoyable stay. Antionette was lovely and helped us in many ways, has great knowledge of the area. Avebury was the highlight of our trip to England.
Avebury Life B&B£69Avebury Life B&B£69
A really nice one-night stay, with lots of positives: Really nice room, comfortable main bed, great service provided by lovely staff, and delicious food for dinner and breakfast - good enough to justify the high end pricing for dinner. One slight negative was that the sofa bed within the family room ...
Beechfield House Hotel£74Beechfield House Hotel£74
Enjoyable stay, great meal in the restaurant and very attentive staff
Best Western Mayfield House Hotel£43Best Western Mayfield House Hotel£43
We were attending a 70th birthday party in the Devizes area and needed to find overnight accommodation for the first time. We were singularly fortunate to have found Blounts Court Farm in our researching, and cannot speak highly enough of the warm welcome we received, the lovely and very comfortable ...
Blounts Court Farm - B&B£73Blounts Court Farm - B&B£73
I liked the Quietness of the Place. The Room was fine and warm, the Bed comfortable. Breakfast was excellent! The Landlady was pleasantly welcoming and had a considerable Knowledge of the local Area. I have it in Mind to return to see some of the interesting Places she mentioned, when I have more ...
Calne Bed and Breakfast£50Calne Bed and Breakfast£50
We had a three night stay at the Castleton and had a great time. Gail was very welcoming and the breakfast was superb. We had the double room which is a really good size with an on suite shower room. Mere has several good pubs and places to eat with a very good indian restaurant just a few minutes ...
Wiltshire is such a wonderfully diverse county that it attracts holidaymakers from all walks of life. Whether your idea of the perfect holiday involves relaxing in a vineyard or jumping out of a plane, you can be certain that holidays in Wiltshire will tick all the right boxes. Home to such a wealth of open countryside, the county is particular popular with lovers of adventure sports. Thankfully, there's no shortage of adventure sport hotels in Wiltshire to cater for the needs of these high-energy tourists.
When it comes to pure excitement, tourist attractions don't get much better than a dedicated race track. Castle Combe Circuit is the home of motorsports in the South West, making it a must-visit attraction for any adrenaline junkies holidaying in Wiltshire.
Whether you're just in town to watch the pros battle it out, or prefer to try your luck at a public race day, the popular Castle Combe Circuit is well worth the visit.
To non-believers, it might seem as though there's no such thing as the perfect place to sky dive. After all, all you need is an open sky, right? Seasoned pros will tell you quite the opposite, and the bottom line is that Wiltshire is one of the best places in the country to hurl yourself from a plane!
The masses of open countryside and rolling hills make for a spectacular sight when you're hurtling out of the sky. As you'd expect, there are plenty of companies offering lessons and sky-dive packages for amateurs and experienced adrenaline junkies alike.
The glorious Wiltshire landscapes are ideal for all manner of sports. If sky diving isn't your thing, there are plenty of other ways to get the most from this exquisite county. Walking is among the most popular.
The county is packed with rural hotels and B&Bs, which serve as ideal bases from which to explore Wiltshire on foot. Staff at all hotels in Wiltshire will be happy to provide advice on which part of the county is best for your walking ability. What you won't need a local to tell you is that the prehistoric sites of Stonehenge and Avebury are worth the visit on any trek through this spectacular county!