Explore, Eat & Enjoy
There is more than enough to keep you busy when out and about near Blacklands Mill House. Set amongst a number of Wiltshire’s ancient monuments and surrounded by some of the most beautiful towns and cities in the South West, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Wiltshire’s White Horses are quite literally on the doorstep with Cherhill's White Horse less than a mile away and a number of footpaths leading from Blacklands Farm itself.
Ancient monuments including Silbury Hill, Avebury Stone Circle, the world famous Stone Henge and West Kennet Long Barrow are all a short drive away and definitely worth a visit during your stay.
For those more active, North Wilts Golf Club is just up the road and boasts glorious views across the breathtaking Wiltshire countryside. For information on tee times and prices, you can visit the North Wilts Golf Club website here.
Bowood Golf & Country Club's championship course is also just a 15 minute drive away. You can find more information on tee times and prices here.
Bowood, Longleat and Stourhead are just a few of the beautiful country estates near us at Blacklands Mill House. Whether for a stroll around their immaculate gardens, a visit to Longleat's Safari Park, appreciation for the art and architecture or simply a place to enjoy afternoon tea, each house has a lot to offer.
towns & cities
The City of Bath, known for its Roman hot springs, is a 45-minute drive away and boasts some of the best shopping around. Bath's wide selection of fine restaurants and bars will have you covered for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, whilst Bath's Thermae Spa offers you the perfect place to wind down and relax.
The up and coming city of Bristol is close by and Salisbury, the medieval cathedral city close to Stone Henge is also under an hour away.
The National Trust village of Lacock is definitely worth a visit during your stay. The cobbled streets, picturesque cottages and historic Abbey have been seen in numerous films and TV series including Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice, Cranford and the much-loved Downton Abbey. Owned in its entirety by the National Trust, Lacock village really is a tourist destination.