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    Looking to visit our 12,000 sq ft Wiltshire showroom & warehouse? Why not make a day or even a weekend of it in the serene Wiltshire countryside. With michelin star resturant and 


    Our Warehouse & Showroom of Oriental Furniture & Collectibles is located just 70 miles from London outside Pewsey, Wiltshire.

    Where To Eat & Stay

    Acclaimed Michelin star pub & restaurant, The Red Lion Freehouse is situated in East Chisenbury and open Wednesday to Sunday. It's only 10 minutes drive away from our showroom.


    They also have the luxury Troutbeck guesthouse available to stay overnight. You can see more information about the guesthouse & book rooms HERE

    The Marlborough Pub

    A 15th century pub, The Marlborough is a pub with old world charm offering both fine food and pub grub using the best that local produce has to offer.

    The Marlborough also offers overnight accommodation with five boutique hotel rooms, all just a stones throw from the historic Marlborough high street. 


    You can see more information about restaurant and booking a room HERE

    Sticks & Stones

    If you're popping in for a quick coffee or need a light lunch, the Sticks & Stones Cafe is perfect. Situated less than 10 minutes drive from our showroom, within the compound of the Whitehall Garden Centre in Woodborough. 


    Gluten free options are available and all meals are made using local ingredients wherever possible.
    Sticks and Stones Cafe in Whitehall Garden Centre

    Tea Inc

    Rediscover real tea at Tea Inc at either their Marlborough or Devizes branch. These family run cafes are a must visit for tea aficionados. 


    You can see more information about their cafes and restaurants as well as buying tea HERE

    Places of Interest

    Stonehenge

    (25 minutes away)

    Perhaps England's most iconic landmark, Stonehenge is a 5,000 year old feat of engineering. 
    You do not need to book, however booking is recommended to ensure preferential rates and guarantee admission. Click Here to book on the English Heritage website.

    Avebury Henge

    (20 minutes away)

    Avebury henge is so large, a village was unwittingly built within its boundaries. Dating to the Neolithic period & a similar period to Stonehenge it is comprised of around 100 stones and is best enjoyed on a sunny day out. Admission is free. Find Out More before you travel on English Heritage's website. There is also a nearby museum. 

    Silbury Hill

    (25 minutes away)

    Mysterious & stalwart, Silbury hill is the largest man made mound in Europe matching the height of many Egyptian pyramids. It was constructed in 2400 BC. 

    Admission is free but there is a parking charge. Best enjoyed when visiting nearby West Kennet long barrow & Avebury henge. We suggest viewing it from West Kennet long barrow as the hill cannot be climbed.

    West Kennet Long Barrow

    (25 minutes away)

    Older than Stonehenge and constructed in 3650 BC this Neolithic burial chamber is a small climb from a free roadside car park. A enigmatic and spiritual place, this is also the best place to view nearby Silbury Hill. 

    The Kennet & Avon Canal

    (5 minutes away)

    The Kennet & Avon canal stretches all the way from Bristol to Reading where it meets the river Thames. You can drive just beyond Pewsey to meet the canal for a beautiful walk or visit Devizes and marvel at the feat of engineering that is Caen Hill's flight of  29 locks. Who said you can't push water up a hill.... 

    Crop Circles (July to August)

    (25 minutes away)

    Visitors between July & August should keep an eye out for the Pewsey Vale's world famous crop circles. Maybe these enigmatic pieces of art are crafted by aliens, maybe not. Learn more at the Crop circle exhibition centre at Honeystreet. 

    Nearby Towns To Visit

    Marlborough

    (15 minutes away)

    The historic market town of Marlborough has existed since 2000 BC and is home to the second widest highstreet in England and is the mythological final resting place of the famous Merlin. The open market continues to this day twice weekly on Wednesdays & Saturdays.

    Visit the historic Merchant's House Museum, fantastic book store White Horse Bookshop or sample some local Ramsbury ale, beer & spirits at The Wellington Pub. Just out of town, you'll find beautiful walks through nearby Savernake Forest.

    Devizes

    (25 minutes away)

    Devizes is another historic market town and is famous for its canals. Rent a canal boat and chug down the Kennet & Avon canal. Devizes to this day maintains a working brewery at Wadworth's which has operated since 1875. A market operates every Thursday.


    If you want to get away from it all, carry on and drink some tea at the friendly, educational and bijou tea shop Tea Inc which is locally run and home to more tea than you can shake a stick at. They also have a branch in Marlborough. 

    Hungerford

    (25 minutes away)

    Situated on the border of Berkshire & Wiltshire, this market town has become a hub for antiques shops specialising in Georgian, Victorian & early 20th century British & European furniture.


    A Kennet & Avon canal also flows through Hungerford & is another great place to organise canal boat rental.