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Tisbury is a small attractive town positioned on the banks of the Nadder River in the county of Wiltshire, and it is home to just over two thousand people. It dates as far back as the Bronze Age Settlers who first came here, the quarrying of chalk and stone, together with the wool industry have all played their part with the growth of the town. Its interesting history is still all around, from the impressive architecture of the Norman church dedicated to St John the Baptist where an ancient tree stands in the churchyard said to be four thousand years old, to the charming mellow Tisbury stone thatched houses and cottages which line the narrow lanes and roads, especially in Hindon Lane where a glance skywards reveals a secret. The High Street has an interesting range of small shops to browse, restaurants and cafes with tempting menus, and five pubs to choose from, one of which is an ancient Coaching Inn which dates back to the 1600's. Walkers can enjoy the stunning surrounding countryside of Cranborne Chase and the Wiltshire Downs, there is a good range of places to stay, and, as it is only thirteen miles or so from the ancient cathedral city of Salisbury it is perfectly placed.


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Salisbury Symphony Orchestra

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Austreng Partnership


Eric Marshall & Son


Pythouse Farm Organic Produce

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Compasses Inn (1.88 miles)

Compasses Inn
In the midst of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, The Compasses Inn is an idyllic fourteenth century thatched pub, full of old world charm. Our traditional inn is unspoilt and offers the very best in real ... More | visit website
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Cools Farm (2.74 miles)

Cools Farm

Cools Farm is an original 1620s listed farmhouse recently refurbished to a high standard. Three double bedrooms, one of which is a Family Room, provide comfortable and characterful accommodation for our guests and we are ... More | visit website

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The Lamb Inn (3.04 miles)

The Lamb Inn

The Lamb began trading as a public house probably as early as the twelfth century. By 1870 it was already well established as a posting inn that supplied 300 post horses for coaches. To this day, ... More | visit website

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Howards House (3.19 miles)

Howards House
Set in two acres of beautiful gardens in the idyllic and quintessentially English village of Teffont Evias, nine miles west of Salisbury, Howards House has earned its reputation as one of the most relaxing, informal ... More | visit website
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Applehay Studio (3.42 miles)

Applehay Studio

Applehay Studio is set on the Dorset, Wiltshire border in a rural setting in the middle of a traditional picturesque village green. It is directly opposite a friendly village pub, which dispenses real ales and ... More | visit website

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The Benett Arms (3.46 miles)

The Benett Arms

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16th century village inn overlooking village green, pond, and church,set amongst rolling hills on wiltshire /dorset boarder Traditional english food fine selection of wine ... More

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The Old Rectory (3.92 miles)

The Old Rectory
The Old Rectory is a the former residence of the Rector of the Parish of Chicklade and Hindon offering a warm welcome and friendly service in lovely surroundings and at an affordable price including a ... More | visit website
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The Crown Inn (4.04 miles)

The Crown Inn
Picturesque 15th Century Thatched Freehouse in the heart of the Chalke Valley with outstanding views across the valley. Quintessential pub with three cottage style double en-suite letting rooms - hearty Wessex Breakfast, TV. Tea and ... More | visit website
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Grove Arms Inn (4.78 miles)

Grove Arms Inn

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The Grove Arms is a 16th century country inn, laced with history and recently redecorated to a very high standard, offering one of the highest standard of accomodation in the ... More

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Greenbank B&B (6.04 miles)

Greenbank B&B
Welcome to Greenbank Bed & Breakfast, located in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Greenbank is a country house offering en suite ground floor accommodation, ample off road parking and a warm welcome. Its ... More | visit website

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