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Isobels Homestay is situated next to the Beckhampton Horse Racing Stables and ideally convenient for the renowned Barbury Castle Racecourse, just 15 minutes away.

The enigmatic corn circles attract many visitors as well as those exploring the mystery and different energies this unique area affords.

With many paths and trails nearby including the ancient Ridgeway and Wansdyke, the area offers ideal opportunities for walking, cycling, bird watching and photography. Or you may choose to just relax, taking in the glorious scenery – there are so many ways to enjoy this beautiful area.

The gateway to the Marlborough Downs, Beckhampton Bed and Breakfast is the perfect base to explore this historic and beautiful county.

 Avebury Stone Circle, West Kennet Stone Avenue and The Sanctuary amaze and delight visitors with their evocative beauty.

Silbury Hill, the largest prehistoric mound in Europe, and West Kennet Long Barrow date back to 2400BC and 3600BC respectively. They are also within a mile of Beckhampton Bed and Breakfast.

Windmill Hill, an early Neolithic settlement dating back to 3700BC, overlooks Avebury and is within easy walking and cycling distance.

Corn Circles - This area is a focal point for the enigmatic Corn Circles that attract visitors from near and far.

Avebury Manor, dating back to the 12th Century, was the subject of a BBC/National Trust project furnishing the interior evoking bygone eras of previous owners. Rooms reflect the Tudor, Queen Anne, Georgian, Edwardian and Art Deco times. The gardens are a delight, especially the formal topiary and restored walled Victorian Kitchen garden. The tea room situated in the south Library was voted 'Best National Trust Tea Room 2012'.

Part of the North Wessex Downs, this area has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for its magnificent open chalk downlands. The landscape provides a unique and rare habitat for rare species of flora and fauna.

The Ridgeway National Trail and the Wansdyke are ancient pathways following the same route used since prehistoric times over open downland and through secluded woods and valleys. These and many other paths are much favoured by ramblers, cyclists and visitors alike.

Nearby towns & cities - The attractive and famous market towns of Marlborough, Calne and Devizes are each between 5-6 miles away, each steeped in its own history and worthy of a visit. Bath, Oxford and Winchester are within easy driving distance.

Stonehenge is just 23 miles (37 kilometres) to the south.

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