The 8 best places to live in Wiltshire
The results are in! See where you voted as the best place to live in Wiltshire.
When it comes to places to stay, visit, eat and shop Wiltshire rocks the biggies – Longleat, Center Parcs, Lacock and its Abbey, Whatley Manor, WOMAD, Salisbury Arts Festival, a constellation of Michelin stars at The Manor Castle Combe and Lucknam Park, and any number of henges including the almighty Stoney one – but snoop a little deeper and you’ll find oodles of cool gems hidden amongst these rolling plains, plus some lovely towns and villages to move to.
A proud town of indie businesses close to some good schools and stunning countryside.
Jam-packed with handsome buildings and indie shops, and with gorgeous countryside on the doorstep, we reckon Devizes is a pretty good place to live.
A lovely-looking Wiltshire town where a lively urban feel is a stone's throw from proper rural country pubs.
A gorgeous historic town with both natural and architectural beauty, Bradford on avon has a great community feel and some top spots for eating and drinking.
Wiltshire's only city has medieval spendour and plenty going on, with access to culture, countryside and good schools.
It’s country life for the smart set in Tisbury, with a station, lovely independent shops, pubs, cafes and a top-notch art gallery.
A charming market town with plenty of indy shops, cafes and a fabulous newly refurbished hotel.