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Sign of the Angel

Sign of The Angel

A 15th Century wool merchant’s house in the National Trust Village of Lacock, Wiltshire. Crackling…

The King John Inn

The King John Inn

Nested inside the beautiful Cranborne Chase on the borders of Wiltshire and Dorset. We're a true…

The Dove Inn exterior

The Dove Inn

Welcome to The Dove Inn - a delightful country pub in the heart of the unspoilt Wiltshire…

The Old Chapel - exterior

The Old Chapel

A beautifully renovated, wonderfully positioned, two bedroom converted chapel in the heart of one…

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5 spooky places in Wiltshire to visit this Halloween

Secluded villages, historic towns, and landscapes littered with strange prehistoric monuments – is it any wonder that many places in Wiltshire are said to be haunted? This Halloween VisitWiltshire explore some of the spookiest spots in our county, from deserted villages to ancient stone circles.

What’s on in Wiltshire - October 2021

What’s on in Wiltshire - October 2021

What’s on in Wiltshire this October? There are lots of fun events taking place – so start making your plans today. Wiltshire will welcome live music, spectacular exhibitions, festivals, family days out, special events and comedy shows this October. Plus, with half term and Halloween coming up this month, there will be lots of fun family events taking place to keep the kids happy. Read on to find out what’s on in Wiltshire this October.

Slaughterford

9 Picture Perfect Villages in the Wiltshire Cotswolds (other than Castle Combe)

Castle Combe in the Wiltshire Cotswolds is often referred to as “the prettiest village in England”. With its charming stone cottages tucked up in their romantic gardens, it isn’t hard to see why. But the village’s equally-scenic neighbours can sometimes get overlooked. And there are many other chocolate box villages to enjoy nearby.

Wyvern Theatre

What’s on in Wiltshire – September 2021

Wondering what’s on in Wiltshire this month? The answer is: lots! There are family days out, food festivals, open air cinema, art exhibitions, live music, circus performances, comedy shows, markets and more.

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