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Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire

Salisbury is located in south Wiltshire, close to the Hampshire border. It has great historic significance dating back to medieval times. Salisbury is most famous for its cathedral which has the tallest spire of any church in the UK.

The cathedral is located in an ancient walled area known as Cathedral Close, which includes many of the most impressive historic buildings in the City. Within the Close, you’ll find Salisbury Museum, Arundells & Mompesson House which have housed notable historic figures including author William Golding and former Prime Minister Edward Heath.

On the outskirts of Salisbury, the Iron Age hill fort of Old Sarum is worth a visit. Dating back to 400BC, the setting has been used throughout history as a settlement and later as a military fort by the Romans.

3 miles from Salisbury is the Grade I listed stately home of Wilton House. Wilton House is the seat of the Earl of Pembroke and is one of the most impressive country homes in England with a magnificent Palladian Brigade. Today the location is often used for filming and TV productions, including Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and more recently for the Netflix smash hit ‘Bridgerton’.

Salisbury was also of major importance during World War II. Over 2000 Spitfire aircraft were built in secret by engineers and public hidden away in sheds, garages and yards. The Luftwaffe used the Spire of Salisbury Cathedral as a way-marker for their inland bombing sorties an as such it was left untouched. This made Salisbury the perfect choice for a clandestine aircraft factory.

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Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Upper Slaughter

Upper Slaughter is known as a Thankful Village, as it was one of the very few villages in England to

Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Lower Slaughter

Lower Slaughter is beautiful to walk through and once voted the most romantic street in Britain. No real attractions, just

Wells Cathedral, Somerset


The Cathedral City of Wells is unofficially the smallest city England, with a population of around 10,000 people. Despite its

Tetbury, Gloucestershire


Tetbury is one of the larger towns in the Cotswolds. About 45 minutes from Bath, so an excellent place to

Lacock Abbey Cloisters, Wiltshire


Lacock is a fabulous village and entirely owned by the National Trust, which protects it from being built on or

Burford Village, Oxfordshire


Burford, a charming and picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, is a quintessential example of the idyllic

Broadway Village, Worcestershire


Broadway lies to the Northwest of the Cotswolds and is just over the border from Gloucestershire into Worcestershire, at the

A road to Hay on Wye

Hay on Wye

Nestled in the beautiful Welsh countryside, Hay-on-Wye is a small town with a big reputation. Known as the “town of



A stunningly beautiful village in the heart of the Cotswolds. Famed for its 14th century row of houses, Arlington Row.

Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire


Bourton-on-the-Water lies is situated in the mid to north of the Cotswolds and lies on the river Windrush, which runs

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