Go and Visit Wiltshire for a Fantastic Great British Break
Explore lively market towns, rolling open scenery, stately homes and magnificent gardens plus experiencing the bustling city cultureThere are attractions galore – including iconic Stonehenge, and Avebury. Famous sites such Salisbury Cathedral are definitely places to put down on your to do list.
Britain has a very local, not to mention tasty, food culture. And Wiltshire is playing a leading role in it all. Some of the first farmers’ markets were held here. The county’s rich agriculture and kind climate nurture a bountiful supply of fresh local produce, put to good use in the kitchens of tea shops and bistros, Wiltshire restaurants and hotels.
You’ll find that people are genuinely pleased to see you in Wiltshire. Whether you are looking for accommodation in a smart hotel, a friendly B&B or country inn, you should find a warm welcome from hosts who really care.
Some Tourist Information Sites for Wiltshire:
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