Things to do
Literally 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. You can enjoy an amble through the house and its impressive art collection, around the grounds, have a coffee in the café, or a play in the adventure playground - it'd be rude not to. You might even hit the classic car show if it’s that time of year. The options are endless.
The Medieval city of Salisbury is home to Salisbury Cathedral and also importantly our little pizza shop. The 13th century cathedral sits amongst 80 acres of stunning grounds and has one of Europe’s tallest spires – it’s much larger than our pizza shop, nole, but a pizza and a pint on the market square at the end of your visit might just do the job.
One of the seven wonders of the world, Stonehenge is situated north of The Pembroke by only a ten-to-fifteen-minute drive. The more humble and less famous sidekick, Woodhenge, which we rather like, is just next door.