Bath & Salisbury
Jane Austen, one of England’s best loved authors, spent several years in Bath, a city already famous for its Roman Baths and elegant 18th century architecture. Lacock is a delightful house – once a nunnery – set in a village so charming that it has starred in many films.
Visit the 2000-year-old Roman Baths, still filled by gushing hot springs. Admire the glorious Georgian crescents built in the eighteenth century of mellow stone, enjoy the splendid antique shops, relax in one of its luxurious hotels.
For over 5000 years there has been evidence of man’s activity around Stonehenge in this remote part of Wiltshire – How? Why? This stone Circle fascinates and mystifies – let us take you there and explain the whys and wherefores of this World Heritage Site.
Find out exactly why men dragged huge stones to build Stonehenge in Wiltshire over 3000 years ago, see the stunning landscape around the stones with its burial mounds and the new exhibition. South of Stonehenge is the city of Salisbury, famous for its 404ft cathedral spire and mediaeval Close.