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Our location is the perfect place for outdoor pursuits, so we have linked up with The Wiltshire Outdoor Learning team to provide some activities on site.
If you or the kids are feeling energetic on Saturday 1st August you can have a go on our 7.3 metre high climbing wall ( weather dependant), team up with friends for war games Laser Battles or scare yourself with Axe throwing Lessons! The guys from Wiltshire Outdoor Learning team will be on hand offering expert advice and keeping you safe. (Laser Battle & Axe Throwing activities are free of charge. The climbing wall is £2.00 per person. Activities can be booked on arrival and are subject to availabilty)
If you fancy doing your own thing.... Bring your walking boots or your Mountain Bike. There are some great trails nearby. We are located on a National Cycle route, our quiet country lanes offer a wonderful way to explore the area with plenty of places to stop off along the way.
National Route 24 of the National Cycle Network runs from Bath through Radstock, Frome, Warminster directly past Stockton Park and on to Salisbury. Recommended stop off points along the way are Longleat House & Safari Park Langford Lakes, The Bell Inn at Wylye, The Carriers at Stockton, The Ginger Piggery, The Dove Inn @ Corton, The Prince Leopold @ Upton Lovell and the Woolpack @ Sutton Veny. It winds its way through the beautiful Wylye valley with some with some stunning views of the of the Wiltshire Countryside
If you fancy a hill challenge on your bike, then head up toward Dinton from the village of Wylye go over the railway crossing. It is marked on the map . It's steep and long but the view at the top is well worth it. Coming back down is also great fun. Make sure you have good brakes. You can stop at The Bell Inn in Wylye for a well earned pint once you have completed your speedy descent!
Other activities on site include:
Clay Modelling workshop for the kids
Kids Treasure Hunt
The Hammer game (Adults only)!