The Nadder Valley
The Nadder Valley has real old fashioned charm, yet remains remarkably accessible. It is one of the most desirable and fashionable areas we cover and it continues to grow in popularity year after year.
The source of the River Nadder is in the pretty village of Donhead St Mary flowing eastwards through a variety of lush water meadows and farmland, including Tisbury and Wilton to join the Avon near Salisbury Cathedral.
The peaceful villages and hamlets with a 5 -7 mile radius of Tisbury are very desirable offering exceptional countryside around them, yet not islolated, including Wardour, Hatch, Semley, The Donheads, Ansty, Swallowcliffe, Chilmark & Teffont.
At it’s heart, Tisbury itself is a vibrant village with a diverse range of shops and facilities including a sports centre, art gallery and railway station.
Local restaurants and pubs we like include:
- The Beckford Arms – Fonthill Gifford
- The Compasses Inn – Chicksgrove
- The Grosvenor Arms – Hindon
- The Forester – Donhead St Andrew
- The Royal Oak – Swallowcliffe
- Pyt House Kitchen Garden – Hatch
- River Barn – Fonthill
- The Mess @ Messums – Tisbury
- Compton McRae – Semley
Places To Visit
Old Wardour Castle, Salisbury Cathedral & Close, Stonehenge and Hatch House Ballet.
State Primary Schools
Wardour, Semley, Hindon, Dinton & Tisbury.
Tisbury – London Waterloo from 1 hr 50 mins.