You’ll find us in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside in Warminster, on the western edge of Salisbury Plain. There are ample things to do, places to eat and stay in the surrounding area.
Check out our recommendations, so you can make the most of your visit to True Grace.
Warminster train station is just a 25-minute walk away from True Grace HQ. Meanwhile, Westbury station is about 5 miles away from us and is on the London Paddington to Penzance line. Frome station is also just 7 miles away with good links from Bath and London.
Some local taxi companies we recommend include:
~ Ace Taxis & Couriers: 01985 250000
~ DJ’s Taxis: 01985 215151
~ Sam's Taxi: 07305 068271
As we're situated in the depths of the beautiful Wiltshire countryside, if you do have your own vehicle, you might find this the easiest way to commute in and around the local area.
Places to visit
We’re close to the impressive Longleat Estate and historical Roman Baths, whilst the captivating Stonehenge is just a short 30-minute drive away along the A303. The quaint market town of Frome, offering delicious restaurants, vintage clothing, handmade crafts, and its very own artisan market, is also just a quick 20-minute drive from our HQ.
~ Photo courtesy of Hulki Okan Tabak
~ photo courtesy of Paul Cuoco
The Newt in Somerset, a spectacular working estate with beautiful woodland and gardens, is also waiting to be discovered close by. Located close to Castle Cary, It’s just a short 40-minute drive away. After a day of exploring, cyder tasting and dining at The Botanical Rooms, you can book a unique stay with them at their charming Farmyard and Hadspen Rooms.
The stunning National Trust site, Stourhead is also just a short 25-minute drive from True Grace. It's home to spectacular gardens, architectural structures and perhaps best known for its appearance in the 2005 adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Pride & Prejudice.'
~ photo courtesy of Nick Fewings
World renowned art gallery, Hauser & Wirth Somerset is also located a short 20-minute drive from our HQ. Alongside the gallery, you’ll find the picturesque Oudolf Field, a perennial garden designed by Piet Oudolf. This site is also home to Roth Bar & Grill, a restaurant which uses only local produce cooked in their open kitchen over fire. For delicious handmade treats and award-winning meat, head next door to Durslade Farm Shop on your visit, too.
Places to Eat
We’re fortunate to be close by to an array of delicious restaurants and cafés. Whether you’re looking to try some fresh, local produce, enjoy a fine dining experience, or grab a quick bite, we've compiled a list of some of our favourites:
PLACES TO STAY
If you're looking to extend your visit to a few days, there's plenty of local hotels, pubs and quirky farmhouses nearby. Some of our recommendations include:
We look forward to welcoming you to True Grace and hope this guide will help you to discover some local treasures too.