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Attractions in Wiltshire

Picturesque villages, medieval towns and exotic safari parks…

While staying at Woolley Grange, explore the local areas and nearby attractions.

Ducks swim down the River Avon, close to Woolley Grange luxury family hotel in Wiltshire

Bradford-on-Avon

A 10-minute stroll down the road brings you into the centre of this medieval market town with lots of cafés, independent shops and beautiful buildings.

The Roman Baths in Bath, just a short trip away from Woolley Grange luxury family hotel in Wiltshire

Bath

Beautiful Bath…need we say more! Woolley Grange is only a 20 minute car ride away or 15 minutes on a scenic train ride through a beautiful valley with the river and canal running alongside.

A lion outdoors at Longleat Safari Park in Warminster

Longleat

About 20 minutes away is Longleat Safari Park. The drive around the park takes about an hour and a half, and offers views of the famous lions (and many other animals).

Early camera type such as those shown in the Museum of Photography

Lacock Abbey

Lacock is a beautiful National Trust village about 20 minutes from us. Its Abbey was formerly a country house, home of photography pioneer William Henry Fox Talbot.

Frome Market, close to Woolley Grange luxury family hotel in Bradford on Avon

The Frome Independent

An artisan craft and food market every first Sunday of the month April-December.

Castle Combe, a location used in the film War Horse

Castle Combe

This picturesque village is a hidden treasure. Smaller than Lacock but stunningly beautiful, it has a museum and a river that used to power the village’s wool mills.

A woman at the Bath Christmas Market sells matryoshka dolls

Bath Christmas Market

Looking for a truly fantastic festive shopping experience? Look no further than the award winning, beautiful Bath Christmas Market. Each year the centre of Bath is transformed into a magical Christmas shopper’s paradise, as over 170 chalets packed full of gorgeous Christmas gifts line the streets surrounding the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey.