Meet the Tisbury team
The largest village in Wiltshire’s Nadder Valley, Tisbury is located to the west of the cathedral city of Salisbury. Steeped in over 2,000 years of history, Tisbury boasts idyllic countryside, excellent local facilities and an abundance of community spirit.
Voted within the top 5 villages to live in outside of London by Sunday Times, Tisbury benefits from a main line train station, supermarket, Post Office, independent retailers, pubs, health services, schools and recreational facilities.
Set on the boundaries of Tisbury and Donhead St Andrew is Old Wardour Castle which was built in the 14th century. Today, surrounded by landscaped grounds, Old Wardour Castle provides a picturesque location for a day out for families, couples and keen historians.
Places We Love in Tisbury
Old Wardour Castle
Nr Tisbury, Salisbury
Set in the Wiltshire countryside just outside of Tisbury is Old Wardour Castle. The ruins of the 14th century castle, the grotto created from original stones, the lake and the surrounding landscaped grounds provides a lovely day out for all the family.
The Beckford Bottle Shop
High Street, Tisbury
Our next door neighbours, The Beckford Bottle Shop, offer a lovely environment to enjoy carefully sourced wines, craft ales, ciders and spirits. A modern wine shop with old fashioned values, situated in the heart of Tisbury’s ever popular High Street
Beatons Tearooms & Bookshop
The Square, Tisbury
An elegant and friendly tearoom and bookshop situated at the bottom of Tisbury’s High Street, offering light meals, homemade cake and a selection of books to browse. Beatons Tearooms gives a peaceful and relaxed experience in a stylish and cosy setting.