Things to do
The Medieval city of Salisbury is only a five minute drive away. Salisbury’s 13th century cathedral sits amongst stunning grounds and has one of Europe’s tallest spires, as well as the best preserved original copy of the Magna Carter - well worth a visit.
Across the road from The Pembroke is Wilton Estate where the first building - a priory - was recorded in the 9th century. Today, the house is home to the Earl and Countess of Pembroke and has been in the family for more than 400 years.
Wilton House is popularly used as a film location amongst other things and undoubtedly, its 22 acres of parkland and gardens make it the perfect place to spend the day.
As well as a cafe and large adventure playground, the house has a calendar of events for you to keep your eye on. If that isn’t enough the magnificent rooms are home to an art collection that includes the likes of van Dyck, Pieter Brueghel and Rembrandt.
Stonehenge, one of the seven wonders of the world, hardly needs an introduction. Situated north of The Pembroke by only a ten to fifteen minute drive, the stones are easily accessible. The more humble and less famous sidekick, Woodhenge, which we rather like, is just next door.