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Wilton - a picturesque market town

Wilton is a pretty little town located in Wiltshire with a rich heritage dating back to Anglo Saxon times. Since the 18th century it has been famous for its manufacture of carpets, and a number of attractive buildings from the past remain. On the edge of the town centre lies the 21 acres of Wilton House, by the River Nadder. Featuring landscaped parkland and beautiful rose gardens, it's the perfect place for a lazy day.

History at your fingertips at Salisbury Cathedral

Only 10 minutes by car, Salisbury Cathedral more than deserves its reputation as one of the most fascinating pieces of religious architecture in the country. Home to the world's best-preserved original Magna Carta and Europe's oldest working clocks, work started on the cathedral in 1220. The tower tours are the ideal way to enjoy Salisbury Cathedral to the full.

Behold the legendary Stonehenge

Nobody should visit Wilton without taking in one of the world's most famous tourist attractions, and greatest mysteries - the monumental Stonehenge. Close by, the Visitor Centre and exhibition space are great companions to the experience, featuring a 360 degree virtual experience and over 250 historical artefacts. A must-see. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Wilton? Under 11 miles away is the perfect place to stay - Travelodge Amesbury Stonehenge Hotel. Travelodge Andover Hotel is your next best bet at just under half an hour by car.