Wootton Bassett

Wootton Bassett or Royal Wootton Bassett it is located just a couple of miles away from the M4, it has a lovely high street. It regularly hosts a market in the high street however a lot of the shops are well worth a visit the staff are always friendly and enthusiastic to help. You cannot help but notice the 17th Century Town Hall, which is built on 15 pillars.

Town Hall, Wootton Bassett - 9 September 2011 (9)

Wootton Bassett’s Jubilee Lake is a great place to visit, first off you park your car in the car park and then walk down through a wooded area, there is a small children’s park, picnic area Nature Reserve, when you stand on one of the hills and look down it is amazing the size of the fish in the lake.

Jubilee Lake, Wootton Bassett

Wootton Bassett also has a very large golf course as well, set in two hundred and forty Acres of rolling Wiltshire countryside.

You also have Lydiard House and Park, which has a very large lake, manor house ancestral home of the Viscounts Bolingbroke, the council, has recently opened up the walled garden. The park also hosts many events during the summer months.

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Lechlade

Lechlade Bridge

Lechlade is a great place to visit during the summer.

You can enjoy a drink near by the river at the Riverside at Lechlade you can hire boats from the pub which are moored alongside the pub.

We enjoy going to the Trout Inn Lechlade and attending one of their jazz nights, having a meal or just walking along by the weir looking at the boats on the river. You can hire boats from the pub as well.

Lechlade also has a Christmas shop that is open all year round; the shop is located in the high street along with lots of little quaint antique shops.

You can park your car near the river and walk over the 18th Century Ha’penny bridge with it’s little toll bridge which is no longer in use.

If you like fishing you might enjoy visiting the Lechlade Trout Fishery.

Avebury

The Most haunted Pub? - The Red Lion Avebury

Avebury Stones is a great place to visit especially during the Summer Solstice, the National Trust has taken ownership of Avebury Manor. When you park your car in the National Trust car park you can walk through and grab a ice cream from the ice cream van parked in the car park. It is very nice visiting the Manor House and walking along the country lanes after visiting the manicured gardens at Avebury Manor. Why not go for a drink at the haunted Red Lion pub.

Good reasons to visit the Cotswolds

Bourton-on-the-Water

The Cotswolds is fantastic place to visit with the lovely Cotswold stone buildings and countryside walks. People visit the Cotswolds from all over the world. The towns and villages are steeped in history. There is lots of old pubs which are well worth a visit with their log burning fires and oak beamed ceilings, lots of them are on or close the rivers.

There are lots of Golf courses and lakes to go fishing and camping one popular place is the famous Trout at Lechlade. It is best to book because lots of people like to stay at the Trout when the air show is on or if there is jazz music events.

There is many farmers markets which are ideal for finding gifts for the family at Christmas one of the popular markets is Moreton-in-Marsh be sure to get their early though.

Stow on the Wolds is a lovely old market town it is possibly one of the most popular with tourists because of its excellent location.

Blenheim Palace in Woodstock is set among 2100 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

You cannot go wrong visiting one of the many lakes at Cotswold Wildlife Park.

Oxfordshire Tourist Attractions

River Cherwell Oxford

Oxfordshire County has the wonderful old city known as the city of “dreaming spires”. It has lots of sights to see like the river and students on bikes as you drive in to the City centre.

Millets Farm in Abingdon is a great place to take the Family there is a great Restaurant and lots of fresh produce to choose from in the Farm Shop. Take the kids to visit the variety of animals outside. If you are a keen gardener you have a vast choice of plants and bulbs in the garden centre, they also have a large aquatic area. Children will love watching koi fish swimming around.

Blenheim Palace is just a short drive away from oxford. Blenheim was a gift from Queen Anne. The palace is also known as the birthplace and home of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill. It also has very nice lake and 2100 acres of beautiful parkland designed by Capability Brown and a wonderful place to take a picnic. Do not forget to visit the village of Woodstock.

Tourist information for visitors to Devon

If you are going on holiday to Devon there is a lot of places you can visit. There are lots of great beaches, gardens and historical places to visit. The good news is if you take your family or friends to Devon you will not break the bank, Devon is the place for all visitors with all different budgets. Devon has affordable accommodation available everywhere in the county ranging from low price campsites to high quality hotels.

Woolacombe is a great place to visit with it’s long sweeping beaches North Devon is very popular with visitors, with camp sites and shops very close to the beach. This wonderful resort features 2.5 miles of golden beaches, cliffs with wonderful views and wind-swept bays.

Brixham there are some things you don’t want to miss, why not take a boat trip to Torquay? Have locally caught fish and chips and eat them overlooking the harbour?

There are many historical Castles such as Powderham Castle and Dartmouth Castle.

Paignton seafront has lots of things to do it s great place to spend a nice day out with the whole family and a great place to walk along the sea front. Torquay is very close and well worth a visit.

Buckfast Abbey will provide you with an insight into the lives of the Monks at the Benedictine Monastery.

Ilfracombe’s Tunnel Beaches are unique for the remarkable for the tunnels than run to protected beaches. It has a very nice town centre and local tourist shops.

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London Tourist Attractions

London has lots of cultures and variety of attractions there is always something for everyone in the city that does not sleep. London has a lot of history and culture; there is lots of nightlife, galleries, and theatre restaurants you will not go short on entertainment. It has the river Thames running through it why not book a river cruise or water bus? See the historic building such as the Tower Bridge from the river. Visitors can be assured there is a huge amount of quality hotels for the traveller to stay. London has a number of airports and is ideal for the traveller to get to and for international business.
Everyone knows of Buckingham Palace, the home of the Queen, a must see is the Changing of the Guard this happens at 11.30.
The London eye has 32 capsules view breath-taking views of London in just 30 minutes. It is advisable to book tickets early.
The British Museum opened its doors to the public in 1759, it has over 7 million artefacts it is very popular with tourists and attracts 5 million visitors a year and one of the best things admission is free.
Natural History Museum see a 40 million year old spider the life size blue whale and some of the tallest and biggest animals in the world what’s more admission is free.
There are many markets they are great place’s to pick up a real bargain why not visit Petticoat Lane in Middlesex Street area, Greenwich Market.
Regent’s Park get away from the maddening crowd, Regent’s Park is a beautiful place to walk and admire the flowers, ponds and trees. It’s very near Camden Lock, which is worth visiting.