Wiltshire Tourist Guide

Days Out in Wiltshire

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Crofton Pumping Station on Kennet Avon Canal

Marlborough

Tel: +44(0)1672 870300

These historic beam engines, one of which is the oldest working beam engine in the world, can be seen at the Crofton Pumping Station on the Kennet Avon Canal ...
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Two Counties Farm - Pets Welcome - Camping, Fishing and Golfing range near Longleat and Stourhead and only 2 mins from A303

Mere

Tel: +44(0)1747 860156

CAMPING - FISHING - GOLFING RANGE – and only a few minutes from the main A303 London to Exeter road. Two Counties, a former dairy farm situated on the ...
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Webbs Motor Caravans

Warminster

Tel: 01985 212222

For over 25 years Webbs have helped their customers get onto the road and escape the stresses and strains of everyday life. Friendly and Approachable - ...
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Wilton Shopping Village - The unique centre with FREE parking

Salisbury

Tel: +44(0)1722 741211

Searching for that extra special Christmas or birthday present? From inexpensive to luxury you can be sure to find the perfect gift for all the family. The ...
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Arundells - home of former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath

Salisbury

Tel: +44(0)1722 326546

2014 OPENING DATES 24 MARCH - 30 OCTOBER Bookings now being taken for 2014 The house re-opening on 24 March for our popular and renowned guided ...
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SKID PAN 4WD & OUTDOOR KARTING at Castle Combe

Chippenham

Tel: +44(0)1249 783010

Set in the beautiful Cotswolds, within the grounds of Castle Combe Race Circuit, we offer Driving Experiences for all ages. Hop into our high-speed karts, test ...
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The Lock Inn

Bradford On Avon

Tel: 01225 867187

We offer original cycle and canoe hire on the Kennet and Avon Canal. All our bikes are of high quality and well maintained. You can hire mountain bikes, ...
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Barton Farm Country Park - FREE - next to Kennet & Avon Canal and River Avon

Bradford On Avon

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The park is a 36 acre countryside estate acquired by Wiltshire Council in 1971 and is open to visitors all the year round free of charge. The entrance is ...
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