Welcome to the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire
We think we live in the one of the most beautiful and unspoilt places in the UK and would love you to come and visit us.
The Vale of Pewsey is located in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is at the heart of the Great West Way, the south of England's premier touring route.
Walking & Cycling Itineraries in the Vale of Pewsey
We've put together a selection of walking and cycling itineraries for you, following well-used tracks and taking you off on local detours that you otherwise wouldn't know about. If you love getting out in the great outdoors, then look no further!
Ranging from one-day up to a week and beyond, there are routes and activities planned for you. With lots of ideas on where to eat, where to stay and local transport options, our itineraries provide you with all the information you need to plan your visit to the beautiful Vale of Pewsey.
All you need to know about the Vale of Pewsey
Explore the Vale of Pewsey - find out about its beautiful landscape, villages, places to stay, things to do and ancient history. Just an hour from London Paddington, in the heart of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Great West Way©.
Discover Woodborough Yard
Home to an eclectic mix of cafes, showrooms, workshops and shops, Woodborough Yard is located on the edge of pretty Woodborough village.
With fantastic walking, friendly independent businesses, free parking and a beautiful location - it's a must-see for anyone visiting the Vale of Pewsey.
Staying in the Vale of Pewsey
Plan your visit now! Updated for 2020 - 2021.
The Vale of Pewsey - a place that is quintessential England - rolling countryside, country lanes, thatched cottages, magnificent wildlife, white horses carved into the hills, crop circles, spectacular views, plenty of space.
Explore the history of the Vale of Pewsey
This beautiful map of the Vale of Pewsey was created in 1808 and you can use it to explore the history of the Vale - from prehistory through to modern times.
Our thanks go to the Pewsey Area Board at Wiltshire Council for funding the online version of the map.