Self-catering holiday cottage in Westbury

Self-catering cottages in Westbury with Character! This small market town at the far West (naturally!) side of the country is adjacent to Salisbury Plain. It is perhaps most famous for the Westbury White Horse (55m tall and 52m wide) that can be seen on a hill 1.5miles east of the town by Batton Downs. Westbury also holds a couple of records in that it has one of the oldest swimming baths in the country as well as the third heaviest bell-ring in the world at the 14th Century All Saints' Church. Rent a unique country holiday cottage and this could all be on your doorstep! .

A variety of self-catering accommodation is available in this small traditional market town, packed full of things to do, see and eat.

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Visiting Westbury and planning things to do in Wiltshire?

A great destination for walkers, cyclists and even the less-active picknicker alike. There are plenty of trails and walks, including up to the famous White Horse to take in some magnificent views. Longleat Safari park with its own maze and railway is not far away, andif it's a break from self-catering you are after, the town offers some lovely restaurants, cafes and pubs, many of the latter of which are all in historic buildings. A trip to the heritage centre on the High Street is certainly worthwhile to gain an insight into the town and for local information to supplement your visit.