• Things to do

    Whether its a days sightseeing, shopping or enjoying time with family, Wiltshire has plenty to offer.

  • Further afield

    If you fancy a change of scenery, let us take you to Bournemouth, so you can make enjoy some coastal fun!

  • Marlborough

    Sit back and relax in one of the many high street cafes, or wonder around the picturesque village and its quaint shops

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  • Southampton

    If you like shopping, you'll love Southampton with an extensive range of shops, and markets you will be in heaven.

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Take a trip on the X3 to sunny Bournemouth. From ice creams on the beach to bars and restaurants at the waters edge it'll feel like you're on holiday!



Devizes is a small market town in the heart of rural Wiltshire. You can take a tour round the Wadworth Brewery and sample some local ales, or take a stroll along the Caen Hill Lock.



The beautiful River Avon flows through the centre of Fordingbridge and large children’s play areas, memorial gardens and a delightful park mean there is a wealth of outdoor space, as well as many independent shops and boutiques.



Take a leisurely stroll along Marlborough High Street and enjoy the weekly market with traders selling local produce, or you could take high tea in one the many charming cafes dotted around the town.



Home to the Ringwood Brewery, Ringwood hosts a collection of designer and independent shops, large supermarkets including Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.



Home to the Romsey Abbey, a former Benedictine nunnery and splendid Norman building, which is at the heart of this interesting market town on the River Test.



Wander through the historic streets and alleyways of this busy, medieval city. There are shopping streets full of character and regular street markets where you can purchase great local produce.



Southampton is a fantastic regional shopping centre.There are lots of great places can be found along the pedestrian friendly streets in the easy-to-get-round city centre, accented with cafés and restaurants.



Swindon will always be associated with the Great Western Railway, for this is where Isambard Kingdom Brunel established the engine-building centre of his famous railway. Shopping heaven can be found at Swindon Designer Outlet Village!



Is home to hidden treasures including Wilton House with its 21 acres of landscaped parkland, the Italianate Church and glorious places to walk.