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The Inn With a Well, Ogbourne St George, Wiltshire

Places to Visit

Local Towns and Cities

Bath
Claimed to be Britain's most beautiful city with something for everyone.

Bristol
1,000 years of history as a major port, but with a vibrant heart to accompany the history.

Bradford on Avon
A beautiful country town with 2,500 years of history.

Castle Coombe
Often called "The prettiest village in England"

Chippenham
One of the West Country's most dynamic towns, mixing the old and the new.

Cirencester
Cirencester, gateway to the Cotswolds and with roman sites and artefacts.

Corsham
Lovely small country town with its own stately home, Corsham Court.

Devizes
Another site settled by the Romans and famous for the part played in the civil war

Devizes Museum
Containing some of the finest archaeological collections in Britain.

Marlborough
With the widest high street in England and the popular jazz festival, Marlborough is well worth a visit.

Swindon
This former railway town offers a diverse range of attractions and shopping.

West Wiltshire
The rural part of Wiltshire with historic market towns and intriguing white horses.

Activities and Attractions

Avebury
Possibly the most important prehistoric stone circle in Britain.

Bowood Estate
Something for all the family, from the 18th century house and gardens, adventure playground to the golf and country club.

Corsham Court
Based on an Elizabethan house dating from 1582, Corsham Court has been the home of the Methuen family since 1745.

Country walks-Bath and the West
A small selection of country walks around Bath and the South West.

Fishing
A selection of fishing sites in Wiltshire.

Golf
A broad selection of Wiltshire clubs.

Kennet and Avon Canal
The canal passes through a wonderful rural landscape and has much to offer.

Longleat House and Safari Park
The world famous safari park and home to the 7th Marquess of Bath is a worthwhile day out for all the family.

The National Trust
A wonderful range of historic properties, countryside sites, ancient monuments and farming.

The National Gardens Scheme
Wonderful gardens (mostly private) that are open a few times of the year for your enjoyment.

Stonehenge
THE stone circle where building first started over 5,000 years ago.

West Kennet longbarrow
One of the best known burial mounds in the country and the largest in Europe.

Westonbirt Arboretum
A world of trees and shrubs, 18,000 in 600 acres of beautifully landscaped countryside.