Concierge Services in the South West
We cover an area roughly from Salisbury in the east, Frome in the north and Crewkerne in the west, down to the Dorset coast. It contains the A303 corridor and trains serving both Paddington and Waterloo and has within a wide range of excellent schools, one of the main factors that brings people to this part of the country.
In Wiltshire this runs from the fringe of Salisbury Plain down to the Cranborne Chase and from Salisbury across to Mere, an area of chalk downland and pretty valleys.
The most populous areas being the four valleys which converge on Salisbury – The Woodford (Avon), The Wylyle, The Nadder and The Chalk (Ebble).
Attractions include Stonehenge, Longleat, Salisbury Cathedral and Close, Stourhead House and Gardens. There is Flat racing at Salisbury and excellent fishing on a number of chalk streams.
Popular settlements include the Donheads, Hindon and Tisbury in the Nadder Valley and to the north Semley, the Knoyle’s and the Deverill’s
In Somerset this runs from the escarpment, with Alfred’s Tower as a prominent landmark, above Wincanton west across the top of the Blackmore Vale and bottom of the Sparkford Vale, a big open grass country interspersed with apple orchards. Glastonbury and The Levels lie to the north and in the southern fringe the country is more gentle, passing through the pretty honey coloured villages, such as Corton Denham, to the north of Sherborne, on through Montacute to Crewkerne in the west.
It is an area with great affinity to the horse, with excellent hunting and National Hunt racing at Wincanton.
Major centres include Castle Cary, Bruton, Wincanton, Yeovil and Crewkerne.
From the Saxon hilltop town of Shaftesbury, famous for Gold Hill, across the Blackmore Vale, Thomas Hardy’s ‘vale of the little dairies’ to Sherborne, with its two castles and Abbey, down to the county town of Dorchester. From Beaminster across the Marshwood Vale down to Lyme Regis, Bridport and the Jurassic Coast. Then back east, past Abbotsbury, to the Isle of Purbeck, with Corfe Castle, Swanage and Studland Bay. Lastly up to the southern fringes of the Cranborne Chase, through Wimborne St Giles and Cranborne. Dorset has it all.