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About the Anglo-Saxon Town of Warminster...
A lovely town and civil parish in West Wiltshire, Warminster is home to our quirky country pub and accommodation. The main settlement in Warminster dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period – there is even evidence of prehistoric settlements at the nearby Iron Age hill forts, Battlesbury Camp, Scratchbury Camp and Cley Hill.
There is always plenty to do thanks to a number of local venues which facilitate cultural events for the whole family. We recommend visiting…
The Athenaeum Centre (5.6 miles from The Bath Arms)
Located in the town high street – combining theatre, cinema, art gallery, coffee lounge and bar, what’s not to love?
The Warminster Museum (5.9 miles from The Bath Arms)
This fact filled facility is packed with huge display of local history and geological specimens. There is also a ‘Blue Plaque’ scheme describing the many historic buildings and previous owners in the town; great if you want to make a walking tour out of finding them.
For active families, we suggest…
Lake Pleasure Grounds
By taking a short stroll from the town centre to the Lake Pleasure Grounds you will find tennis courts, refreshments, bandstand, boating lake, children’s playground and a skate park, there’s bound to be something to keep everyone entertained.
Smallbrook Meadow Nature Reserve
At the far end of the town centre is Smallbrook Meadow, a nature reserve managed by the Wildlife Trust. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for kingfishers, dippers, dragonflies, damsels and a variety of wild flowers and plants
Looking for accommodation in Warminster?
Our unique accommodation in Warminster is the perfect place to rest your head for a few nights to relax, unwind and explore the wonders of Warminster.
To book your stay call us on 01985 844 308 today, email us or check our availability online.Read Less
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