|Set amongst the Avebury stones, The Lodge is a Grade II listed Queen Anne house offering individual accommodation with views across the henge. In the morning, a cooked vegetarian breakfast helps guests embrace the day!
Silbury Hill, The Sanctuary, The Kennet Avenue, Windmill Hill and Fyfield Down are all within walking distance.
Other attractions, such as the City of Bath and Stonehenge are less than 60 minutes away away by car. The house and grounds of Bowood and the picturesque village of Lacock are well worth a visit too. For shopping days, why not visit the splendid antique shops of Tetbury and Hungerford, both well under and hours drive away through stunning countryside. 30 minutes away in Swindon you will find the Great Western Railway museum and Designer Outlet Village
The nearby market towns of Marlborough, Devizes and Calne offer a wealth of restaurants and pubs, or why not try one of the quaint local ale houses, most of which offer food too.
Leaving the best until last; AVEBURY! It offers two museums, a pub, day time vegetarian restaurant and several shops for rainy days in addition to the wonderfully other Worldly standing stones that circle the village.
Believed to be in excess of 5500 years old, the henge was restored during the second quarter of the 20th century under the guidance of Alexander Keiller.