About our area
Warminster is situated on the edge of Salisbury Plain and towards the head of the Wylye Valley with its pretty villages and rolling landscape. The area has many nature trails, bridleways and footpaths providing excellent opportunities for walking, riding and cycling.
Warminster is the ideal base from which to visit some of the West Country's best known landmarks which include the home of Lord Bath, Longleat House and its famous Safari Park and lions, Stonehenge and its neighbour Woodhenge, the Roman City of Bath, Cheddar Caves and Gorge, the Kennet and Avon canal, the East Somerset Steam Railway and the cathedral city of Salisbury , with its 404 ft spire designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Key things to know about living in Warminster
If you prefer the countryside to the bustling city and would like to be within a short distance of many scenic and historic attractions, while retaining the facilities of shopping and good entertainment, you and your family will enjoy Warminster - known formally a market town of considerable importance but more recently known as a garrison town.
The town offers excellent road and rail links to the south coast, London and the North.