Drive around 7 miles or 10 minutes north of Thatched Eaves you will cross the Hampshire border into Wiltshire which is home to many more of attractions.
Salisbury is around 14 miles north of Ibsley, or 30 minutes by car, and is home to the world famous Cathedral, which boasts the tallest spire in Britain. Salisbury also holds a market twice a week and contains a number of restaurants, pubs and shops for the retail therapy seekers.
For horse racing enthusiasts, Salisbury race course is situated 4 miles west of Salisbury and hosts a number of meetings throughout the year.
Longleat Estate, home to the Marquesses of Bath and the UKs no.1 Safari Park is situated around 39 miles or just over an hour away for a great fun day out for all the family. Watch those monkeys on the car!
Approximately 23 miles north, or 45 minutes away you will find one of Wiltshire’s most renowned attractions in the shape of the Prehistoric monument of Stonehenge, a ring of standing stones believed to have been constructed 3001 BC. No visit to Wiltshire would be complete without visiting this truly phenomenal wonder of the world.