Local interests and attractions what's nearby?
Located in the picturesque Bourne Valley, there is plenty to see and do around Cholderton when visiting the Crown.
The Crown Inn sits right at the heart of the village of Cholderton on the A338 ten miles north of Salisbury on the border of Wiltshire and Hampshire in the picturesque Bourne Valley.
Take a leisurely stroll around the village along the river and visit St Nicholas' Church with a wealth of history. Cholderton is surrounded by beautiful countryside which is home to many footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes. Along these paths and routes you can take in Stonehenge, Old Sarum Castle, Salisbury Cathedral, Wylye Valley and Salisbury Plain.
Just a few minutes from the Crown Inn is the Cholderton Charlie's Farm a Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST) registered Rare Breeds Farm. Activities throughout the day provide plenty of opportunity to interact with all sorts of animals, many of which are rare breeds. You can also enjoy their indoor play barn, tractor trailer rides, tree top trail, zip wire and woodland walks.
Also close by is the Cholderton Farm Shop selling organic fruit and vegetables, local free range meat and eggs, cakes, biscuits, jams and chutneys.
The surrounding Cholderton Estate is well known for its sustainable organic farming approach. To help fund its commitment, the Cholderton Estate chose to diversify its business interests including into what seemed like a natural extension, a woodland burial site, open to all.
More information about Cholderton, the Bourne Valley and the surrounding area can be found on the Cholderton Village Website
The stunning photograph of Stonehenge at Sunset appears by the kind permission of John Eccles and remains © John Eccles Photography 2017.
Just a 10 minute drive away from the Crown Inn Cholderton is the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. A must see attraction when visiting Wiltshire.
Nearby to Stonehenge and the Crown Inn Cholderton is the equally dramatic Woodhenge. This is a Neolithic monument, thought to date from about 2300 BC and originally formed of concentric rings of timber posts, which may have supported a ring-shaped building.
Even if you are not in a super car, Thruxton Racing Circuit is still less than 10 minutes from the Crown Inn Cholderton. Thruxton Racing Circuit is the fastest and one of the longest circuits in the UK.
You can drive a super car, such as a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, or Porsche at Thruxton. Alternatively, you can watch a race meeting organised by the British Automobile Racing Club or British Superbikes.