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There is still plenty of time left to see and enjoy Wiltshire before the clocks go back and the evenings turn to dark. September and October at Coachmans Cottage, here are some ideas of things to do with a twist.....
Longleat House and Safari Park. Bowood House and Gardens. Wilton House and Gardens. Step into another world steeped in history. All owned by, and the seats of, Premier families in England. Today they welcome the public into their homes. Three very different properties to visit, offering very different experiences.
Lacock was first mentioned in the Domesday book in 1086 with a population of less than 200. Most of the surviving houses in the village are 18th-century or earlier in construction, and people still live there today. It is one of England's most visited historic villages.
Great Chalfield Manor, Westwood Manor, Montpresson House, Corsham Court and Avebury Manor. Such a variety of styles and periods in charming houses and gardens. Explore a wealth of history.
Wardour Castle, to the south of Wiltshire. Farleigh Hungerford Castle, straggling the Wiltshire/Somerset border. And Nunney Castle near Frome, borrowed from Somerset for this holiday Idea as it is such an easy visit from Steeple Ashton. All ruins that bring the historic past to life.
Wiltshire is THE county for White Horses. Thirteen of the twenty-four British hill figures were in Wiltshire, with eight still visible. Most of the white horses are chalk hill carvings, making the chalk downs of central Wiltshire the ideal place to find them.