The ancient Stone Circle of Stonehenge is just 2 miles from Fairlawn House.
Read about Stonehenge
The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Melor
Amesbury itself has the parish church of St. Mary and St. Melor which is even older than Salisbury Cathedral and well worth a visit. Legend has it that Queen Guinevere, wife of King Arthur came to visit the church.
Read about Amesbury and The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Melor
You are just 15 minutes from Salisbury Cathedral. The gothic Cathedral contains the world's oldest working clock (from AD 1386) and has one of the four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta.
Read about Salisbury Cathedral
Visit the largest stone circle in the world in the beautiful village of Avebury.
Read about Avebury stone circle
Longleat House is a great example of high Elizabethan architecture. This magnificent stately home is open to the public and Longleat Safari Park as shown on the BBC's Animal Park is worth a visit too.
Read about Longleat
Thruxton is 4 miles away - close enough for a day out but certainly far enough away to avoid the crowds and the noise. We also have Salisbury Race course with a programme of meetings throughout the summer.
Read about Thruxton Circuit
Stourhead's Palladian mansion and spectacular 18th century landscape garden, encompassing classical temples and a backdrop of rare and exotic trees, is world famous.
Read about Stourhead
Sky Diving, Flying and Parachuting
Not for the feint of heart, Salisbury is also a home for Sky Diving and Flying. Read about the Army Parachute Association
For the golfer, there are a number of local courses, and information about booking is available at the hotel.
There are also a number of local fly fishing courses in the area.
And for those interested in the mysterious, the area is famous for having more crop circles than anywhere else in the world!
Read about crop circles