Caravan Hire Ideas in Wiltshire
For clients looking for touring caravan hire in Wiltshire who are either based here or looking to visit we have pleasure in noting below some travel distances from ourselves for your journey planning.
One of the advantages of our Caravan Hire Centre being based just outside Salisbury in Wiltshire is that there are a host of scenic and exciting places to visit within a short drive. Do you want to be near a beach, a national park forest, a historic city? The choice is yours.
Tilshead Caravans are based between Stockbridge and Salisbury on the Hampshire & Wiltshire border and the map at the bottom of this page demonstrates our exact location for you.
Journey Times from major Wiltshire locations:
From central Swindon - 38 miles & 70 minutes by car
From central Marlborough - 25 miles & 45 minutes by car
From central Salisbury - 9 miles & 15 minutes by car
From central Westbury - 35 miles & 55 minutes by car
From central Warminster - 30 miles & 45 minutes by car
From central Devizes - 31 miles & 60 minutes by car
From central Bradford on Avon - 40 miles & 75 minutes by car
Please note these distances and travel times are only for guidance and should not be relied upon
Journey times by rail from major Wiltshire train stations
Our two local train stations are the mainline Salisbury Station and the smaller Grateley station. We can offer caravan hire clients free transfers from either station if arranged in advance. For instance if you wished to stay at our local Caravan & Motorhome Club site at Lopcombe Corner (1 mile from our Hire Centre) after we had delivered and set up your hire caravan at the site.
Swindon to Salisbury - change at Bath - from 1 hour 37 minutes
Bath to Salisbury - direct - from 57 minutes
Warminster to Salisbury - direct - from 23 minutes
Westbury to Salisbury - direct - from 31 minutes
Please note rail services may vary and travel times are only for guidance and should not be relied upon
Major tourist attractions in Wiltshire
If you would like some ideas of what to visit in Wiltshire, this brief list might get you started:
Stonehenge - A renowned World Heritage Site
Avebury - A World Heritage Site with the largest stone circle in the world
Salisbury Cathedral & Cathedral Close - See Britain's tallest spire on this magnificent cathedral
Old Sarum - where the first cathedral of Salisbury was built
The White Horses - dating back 250 years across the county
Swindon Designer Outlet - quality shopping
Why not visit www.visitwiltshire.co.uk for more ideas?
There are a host of campsites to choose from, but these are all very local to us:
Salisbury Caravan & Motorhome Club Site - quiet and rural
Salisbury Camping & Caravanning Club Site - great access to Salisbury
Fair View Farm, Stockbridge - small Certificated Location
Postern Hill, Marlborough - Camping in the Forest