Bowood - 25 mins drive
Bowood House and Garden offer a truly wonderful day out. Closed for winter it reopens at the end of March 2015
Cotswold National Park - 60 mins drive
An area of outstanding beauty, there are breathtakingly beautiful villages and views and plenty to tempt you to stop and enjoy.
Lacock - 20 mins drive
Lacock Abbey, the Fox Talbot Museum and Lacock Village are all owned by the National Trust. A fascinating and beautiful spot that is used for TV locations - most recently for Harry Potter
Bradford-on-Avon - 30 mins drive
Bradford-on Avon is an unspoilt gem. The hillside is covered with cotswold stone houses and cottages of every shape and size, with narrow winding streets and a river running through the heart of it all
Safari park and Stately home, Christmas light display
Bath - 50 mins drive
Bath is a World Heritage Site famous for its Georgian architecture and Spa.
Stonehenge - 30 mins drive
Stonehenge is a World Heritage Site with one of the best known prehistoric monuments in Europe. There is a new visitor centre, housing museum-quality exhibitions, five Neolithic Houses and a spacious shop and café.
Salisbury - 50 mins drive
Salisbury Cathedral is home to the famous Magna Carta. Salisbury itself has been listed in the Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities in the Best in Travel for 2015.
Avebury - 12 mins drive
Avebury is the largest stone circle in the world and is the only place in the world where you’ll find a pub and a chapel inside a stone circle! Here you can walk among the stones, see the processional avenues, visit the NT Museum and cafe. Near by you will find West Kennet Long Barrow, Silbury Hill and Avebury Manor.
Marlborough - 25 mins drive
Marlborough is charming, a perfect example of an English market town. Most famous now for Marlborough College, where Kate Middleton and the Princesses Eugene and Beatrice studied, the town is full of beautiful buildings and lovely spots to shop and eat.