The villages of the Vale of Pewsey are beautiful – some are small hamlets of just a few houses and farms, others slightly bigger.

Pewsey is the largest village and has all the services you will need for your stay.

There are lots of villages that still have their village pub, some have village greens and you’d be hard-pressed to find a village that doesn’t abound with thatched cottages.  Canalside villages are great places to stop if you are walking the Kennet & Avon Canal.  Village shops and churches are dotted all over the Vale.

If you are looking for quintessential England, then the Vale of Pewsey is the place to visit.

All Cannings

A pretty village in the heart of the Vale of Pewsey. Home to the Kings Arms pub and the annual ...
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Burbage

Burbage is a large village, with Church, primary school, doctors’ surgery, garage, pub, convenience store and Marr Green Farm Shop ...
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Chirton & Conock

The villages of Chirton and Conock are situated in the west of the Vale of Pewsey and have a Church ...
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East Grafton

East Grafton is the largest village in the parish of Grafton, which comprises the villages and hamlets of East Grafton, ...
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Easton Royal

A pretty village, with a primary school, church and village hall. It is a linear village running from the Pewsey ...
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Great Bedwyn

Great Bedwyn is a pretty village on the edge of Savernake Forest, with the Kennet & Avon Canal running through ...
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Ham

Ham is a pretty small village located very close to the Wiltshire and West Berkshire border and at the very ...
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Marden

The picturesque village of Marden has a good pub, Church and village hall. It is also the location of the ...
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Milton Lilbourne

Milton Lilbourne is just east of Pewsey and is a linear village, with a village hall and Church ...
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Oare & Huish

Oare is the large village of the two, with a Church, primary school and village hall. Oare House can also ...
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Pewsey

Pewsey is the main village and service centre in the Pewsey Vale. The River Avon runs through the middle of ...
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Shalbourne

Set in a valley, the picturesque village of Shalbourne abounds with pretty thatched buildings. It has a central village green, ...
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Stanton St Bernard

Stanton St Bernard is a small village at the foot of the Pewsey Downs, with excellent views of Alton White ...
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The Altons

There are two villages – Alton Barnes and Alton Priors, both set not far from the Kennet & Avon Canal ...
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The Manningfords

There are three Manningford villages – Manningford Bohune, Manningford Abbots and Manningford Bruce. Manningford Abbots The name refers to the ...
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Upavon

Upavon has a primary school, Church, village store and two pubs. It also has a Tourist Information Kiosk ...
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Wilcot

This quintessentially English village has The Golden Swan pub, a village green, a cricket pitch and village hall. Wilcot has ...
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Wilton

The very pretty village of Wilton has a duck pond, a pub and is home to Wilton Windmill. It is ...
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Woodborough

This pretty village is just west of Pewsey and is in the heart of the Vale. It is close to ...
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Wootton Rivers

This pretty village is close to Martinsell Hill and has the Kennet & Avon Canal running through the middle of ...
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