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Upton Scudamore

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Handily placed halfway between Salisbury and Bath, Upton Scudamore is a small and friendly village with a green, a pretty church, the obligatory pub, and miles of outstanding greenery right on the doorstep.

This curiously named Wiltshire village (named after a family, according to the history books), has all the elements of a peaceful country backwater: a church dating back to the 11th century, an Old Rectory, and an early 19th century pub, The Angel Inn. Two towns – Westbury to the north and Warminster to the south – flank the village, and a little further south are the rolling green miles of Cranbourne Chase, Wiltshire's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that's perfect for picnics, walking and cycling.

Foodies will want to make a trip to Salisbury's well-stocked twice-weekly market (and visit the majestic cathedral while in town), while historians can easily spend a day wandering around Bath's many attractions: the Roman baths, museums and art galleries. A visit to the Neolithic site of Stonehenge is a good start for any historical introduction to the area: book a tour or schedule in a daytrip for an up-close look at the iconic standing stones, taking time to marvel on how on earth they were constructed. 

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