There are a multitude of local villages in southern Wiltshire which are a delight to wander around – and often contain a hospitable local pub! This is just a selection of a few of the local highlights, but there are many more just waiting to be discovered.
Teffont is one village but through history it has been two – Teffont Evias and Teffont Magna – the two lie close together in the lovely Nadder Valley and although adjacent have each had a completely different history both names are still used today. It is a very picturesque village which won the ‘Best kept small village in Wiltshire’ award in 1973, 1983, 1996 and 2013.
Distance 6 miles
Our local village centre, it is picture-postcard pretty and has a village post office and a couple of pubs, which offer good evening meals.
Distance 1 mile
The village of Broad Chalke lies in the Chalke Valley, to the south of Salisbury. One of its most endearing features are the watercress beds, fed from the spring water. You will also find a bustling village shop and community centre, nature reserve and lush countryside views.
Distance 14 miles