For a quiet getaway in the rolling hills of Wiltshire, choose Corsham hotels and enjoy a quaint town in the countryside. The town centre of Corsham also has a number of centuries-old buildings, making for great walks in the area.
However, on a walk through the town centre, travellers may be greeted by a most peculiar sight - and one Corsham's famed for - a wild peacock. The peacocks have become familiar, if a bit eye-catching, residents of Corsham, and wander the streets freely.
Corsham offers plenty of things to do for travellers, even if it comes to a simple walk through the town. Several buildings in the centre have unique Flemish designs, and have been marked as Grade II listed buildings. The Lady Margaret Hungerford Almshouses and Schoolroom also recalls times long past, with a fully restoration to its 17th-century appearance.
Corsham also holds a number of festivals each year across the town, including an arts festival, film festival and the Corsham Summer Festival. Each includes a series of live events, which include music, performance, film screenings, discussions and more.
Guests will of course find plenty of specialist boutiques in the town centre of Corsham, plus general stores for any last-minute goods while on holiday.