Pubs and Inns in Wiltshire, England.
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Pubs and Inns in Wiltshire, England.

Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire

A relatively sparsely populated county with grassy uplands and vast rolling plains, sleepy picture box villages like Castle Combe near Chippenham which has one several awards for being the prettiest village in England and Bradford-on Avon in the west close to Bath.

Wiltshire is the gateway to the West Country but also meets Cotswold country in the northern part of the county. It is also surrounded by the extremely picturesque counties of Somerset, Dorset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. Much of the county is agricultural and a very large part is devoted to pasture land.

Salisbury, the county town, is particularly beautiful and dominated by its Cathedral and spire. This is the tallest in England and rises majestically over the plain.

Wiltshire is also the home of some historic attractions - Splendid Longleat in Warminster, Bowood, the magnificent family home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Lansdowne, Corsham Court, Wilton House, Stourhead and there can be no monument in Britain more steeped in legend and mystery than Stonehenge.

Pubs and Inns in Wiltshire

Crown At Aldbourne
The Green Dragon
The Crown
Aston Cantlow
Kings Head
Red Lion Inn
Barford St Martin
Barford Inn
Waggon And Horses
Berwick St James
The Boot Inn
Horse & Jockey
The Mughouse Inn
The Quarrymans Arms
The Cross Guns Freehouse Restaurant
The Dandy Lion
The Kings Arms
The Tollgate Inn
The Bear And Ragged House
The Three Crowns
Broad Chalke
The Queens Head
The Ship Inn
Landsdowne Arms
White Horse Inn
Castle Combe
The White Hart
The Black Dog
Christian Malford
The Rising Sun
Methem Arms Hotel
The Raven Inn
The Southgate Inn
Donhead St Andrew
The Forester Inn
East Knoyle
The Fox And Hounds
Ebbesbourne Wake
The Horseshoe
Fonthill Gifford
Beckford Arms
The White Hart
Great Hinton
The Linnet
The Neeld Arms
The Jolly Tar
The Angel Inn
Angel Inn
The Bath Arms
The Bridge Inn
The Red Lion Inn
Red Lion Inn
The George Inn

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