Edington is situated on the northern escarpment of Salisbury Plain, within easy reach of the Westbury White Horse, the Caen Flight of locks on the Kennet and Avon canal, and any number of pretty villages and market towns.  It is an historically renowned village mentioned in the Domesday book and famous for being the location of the Battle of Edington in 878 AD between King Alfred and the Danes.  The village and its church are surrounded by very attractive countryside which offers an excellent variety of footpaths, many of which offer spectacular views from Salisbury Plain.

For everything you might want to know about other things to do while you’re staying in Edington, what else is happening, more information about the village and its history,  we recommend you visit the village’s own website, www.edingtonwiltshire.org.uk and our partner Visit Wiltshire.

Getting here:

Train services
The nearest railway station is Westbury (4 miles), on the main line from Paddington-Bristol.  Salisbury (21 miles) is on the line from Waterloo.

Other public transport
Bus services in the area are extremely limited. Details for the Trowbridge to Devizes
service (Bus No 87) which passes through the village may be found here: