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Best Western has five hotels in the resplendent county of Wiltshire. It is largely rural, dotted with historic towns and criss-crossed with county lanes. The county town is Trowbridge, situated on the River Biss, about twelve miles southeast of Bath. When you book a hotel in Wiltshire explore the stone circles and age-old earthworks of this ancient and mysterious landscape.

Town and city breaks in Wiltshire

Kick back in one of Salisbury’s fine old pubs after a day touring the huge ring fort of Old Sarum and the towering cathedral. If bargain hunting is more your thing, trace the route of Brunel’s Great Western Railway from the markets of Chippenham to the designer outlets of Swindon. But if you just fancy taking it easy, soak up the Georgian surroundings of elegant Bradford-on-Avon. Why not visit Amesbury from your Wiltshire hotel, perhaps after visiting Stone Henge, which is only two miles away. Royal Wootton Bassett, an ancient settlement founded in seventh-century Saxon England, is certainly worth a visit and has held weekly markets since the reign of Henry III. For a beautiful day out from your hotel in Wiltshire, have a drive along the country lanes stopping in some of the beautiful market towns. Apart from the aforementioned towns, some of the most popular include Swindon, Cricklade, Calne, Marlborough and Devizes.

Holidays in the Wiltshire countryside

Grab your walking boots and follow the hilltop ridgeways of the North Wessex Downs as you head off from your Wiltshire hotel along the White Horse Trail. Roam through the woods of Savernake Forest before stumbling across Merlin’s tomb in Marlborough, or grab a bun full of sizzling hog roast and head for the bandstand at Trowbridge’s Village Pump Festival. Foodie’s should follow the famous food trails and head to one of the charming Wiltshire farmers’ markets for fresh produce directly from the supplier and the surrounding land.

Attractions in Wiltshire

Stonehenge is right on your doorstep when you book a hotel in Wiltshire, but don’t miss the medieval village of Avebury – incredibly located inside a stone circle and a massive earthwork. Kids can run wild at Bowood House in its pirate-themed playground and sweeping lawns. In Malmesbury, visitors can admire the great abbey after a cream tea. The county also has some of the country’s finest vineyards and breweries, including the Wadsworth Brewery famed for its 6X beer.
Book a Best Western hotel in Wiltshire for a magnificent short break in the UK. This county is wonderful for all the family and at all times of year.

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Attractions in Wiltshire:

Dyrham Park. Courtesy of The National Trust
Dyrham Park

Opening times:
Admission times vary throughout the year. Please check venue website for current times. Feb - Oct 2013; not Wed or Thu (various dates)

Newport Gwent Dragons. Courtesy of Rodney Parade Ltd
Newport Gwent Dragons Rugby Season - Magners League

Opening times:
Sep 2012 - May 2013 (annual)

Cardiff Blues Rugby Season - Magners League

Opening times:
Sep 2012 - Apr 2013 (annual)

Basildon Park. Courtesy of the National Trust
Basildon Park

Opening times:
Mar-Oct: Mon & Wed-Sun 11am-5pm; Dec 11am-4pm Feb - Dec 2013; not Tue (annual)

Blenheim Palace South Front, Oxfordshire. Courtesy of Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace

Opening times:
Daily 10.30am-5.30pm (last admission 4.45pm); park daily 9am-4.45pm; 2 Nov-16 Dec Wed-Sun only Feb - Dec 2013 (annual)

What's on in Wiltshire:

Bath Decorative and Antique Fair

Dates Open:
08/03/2015 to 10/03/2015

Books, lovely books
Bath Literature Festival

Dates Open:
02/03/2015 to 11/03/2015

Sheet music. Photo by Bree Hogg, © Whatsonwhen
Mid-Somerset Festival

Dates Open:
14/03/2015 to 24/03/2015

The Bath Half Marathon, Bath © Running High Events Ltd, Anna Cardy
Bath Half Marathon

Dates Open:
11/03/2015 to 11/03/2015

Apples. Photo by Ben Evans, © Whatsonwhen
Slow Food Market

Dates Open:
05/07/2015 to 05/07/2015
05/04/2015 to 05/04/2015
07/02/2016 to 07/02/2016
03/01/2016 to 03/01/2016
07/06/2015 to 07/06/2015
06/12/2015 to 06/12/2015
01/11/2015 to 01/11/2015
02/08/2015 to 02/08/2015
03/05/2015 to 03/05/2015
06/09/2015 to 06/09/2015
04/10/2015 to 04/10/2015
01/03/2015 to 01/03/2015

Giant beachcomber by Thomas P Peschak, South Africa/Germany. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine
Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Dates Open:
19/11/2014 to 12/03/2015
19/11/2015 to 11/03/2016

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