Out & About
Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Castle Combe, Wiltshire to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!
Castle Combe This unspoilt village been crowned amongst the prettiest in England time after time, and consequently it attracts visitors from all over the world like bees to a honey pot. The small street leading from the Market Cross down to the By Brook is as if time has forgotten it, as beautiful as it was centuries ago.
Country Houses The nearby stately homes and gardens of Stourhead, Longleat and Bowood House are well worth a visit. Pack up a picnic and enjoy a fun, cultural day out for all the family.
Lacock Hailed as another of the prettiest villages in Britain by The Times this year, Lacock is famous for its historic buildings and picturesque streets. Visit Lacock Abbey in the centre of the village, a beautiful country house with monastic roots.
Fore! The stunning Cotswold valley of Castle Combe and its undulating landscape makes a fine place for a spot of golf. The Manor House Golf Club, just up the road from the house, is regarded to be one of the best courses in the South West.
Racing School Castle Combe is well known for being home to one of the longest established motor sport circuits in the UK, opening just 18 months after Silverstone in the summer of 1950. Today, the circuit offers a range of driving experiences and track days - fun for both competitors and spectators.
Spa Break With Bath within easy reach, you can experience Britain's only natural thermal waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2000 years ago. Enjoy pampering at its finest at Thermae Bath Spa; bathe in the warm, naturally mineral-rich waters and choose from a range of spa treatments designed to ease the body and soothe the mind.
Film Locations Movie buffs will be in their element on a break in the Cotswolds. Take a tour of the local area and spot the film locations for box office favourites; from the Die Another Day car chase which took place at Bourton-on-the-Water, to scenes of Pride and Prejudice shot at Luckington Court, and those of Vanity Fair filmed at multiple locations around the area.
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