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Fantastic views and pleasant walk

We parked near the Old Mill and walked along the Town Path with the meadows on either side. It was... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bristol, United Kingdom
acess to nature by the bike way

a perfect random by the banks of the river to feel and enjoy the natural scenery of old british... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Alain H
Quebec City, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We parked near the Old Mill and walked along the Town Path with the meadows on either side. It was fascinating to read the notice board about how and why the meadows were created and lovely that they are still being maintained. It really did...More

Thank MarcusHurley
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

a perfect random by the banks of the river to feel and enjoy the natural scenery of old british just to image the past time.

Thank Alain H
Reviewed 6 June 2018

Walk from the Old Mill Pub at Harnham to the City visiting Elizabeth Gardens, the Cathedral etc. Beautiful views of Salisbury Cathedral. Look through the arch of the cottage adjacent the Old Mill to see a framed shot.

Thank NewForestView
Reviewed 16 May 2018

Walked the town path into Salisbury several times. The park at the end of the meadows is also lovely. Walking through the meadows we were lucky to see water voles one evening. The following morning we saw a small egret fishing watched for ages. Beautiful.

Thank Pamela B
Reviewed 24 September 2017

If you go past the pub after dark, look for the ducks that "parked" for the night! Lovely sight! Beautiful path toward the town.

Thank Ylva L
Reviewed 15 September 2017

These water meadows were flooded in ancient times from the many rivers and streams around from the chalk streams in the hills, so depositing much needed silt to the meadows which fed the grass, making it an early growing grass for the sheep to get...More

Thank MallinTilton
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Lovely walk from B&B into town, 10 minute stole, but so much wild life to see, safe a night to walk back to Harnham from City Centre

Thank annetyler972
Reviewed 17 August 2017

I found the Town Path from the Queen Elizabeth Gardens and wandered along it, through scenes of amazing tranquility. There is water everywhere, presumably the Avon River and its branches, and you hear the constant sound of it flowing beside lush green banks with many...More

Thank BrendaP775
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is a little slice of tranquility next to the small town of Salisbury. The walkway along this area is so peaceful and beautiful. You can hear the sheep in the nearby meadow and see Salisbury Cathedral in the distance, the bells going off now...More

Thank Loves-A-Deal-2-Eat
Reviewed 23 March 2017

If you ever want to spend 15 minutes unwinding and chilling out in a beautiful and serene environment then this is the place to go. Small waterways, good path and well lit at night, the views in this area are quite charming.

Thank RoamingNomad1
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