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Bishopstrow House, Wiltshire

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Regular readers will know that Elldrew like to escape the London rat race, so with the Christmas madness behind us and Ell’s birthday ahead we booked a weekend at Bishopstrow House in Wiltshire. Having done several country house weekends in the UK our favourite, by far, was a few years back when we stayed at Cowley Manor (pre-blog setup, before you go searching). Since then we’ve tried to find a good reason to go back, but being amongst the top in its class it also carries a certain premium price tag. For this trip we wanted somewhere that wouldn’t break the bank, a 3-night long weekend not too far from London.

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‘The Angel’ in Heytesbury

No there hasn’t been an angelic sighting – it’s a pub. But the big question is: Do they serve the best Sunday roast in Britain? Answer: Possibly!

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Historic Lacock, Wiltshire

For anyone visiting the county of Wiltshire (most famously known for the ancient landmark that is Stonehenge), can we recommend you add the village of Lacock to your ‘to-do’ list.

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