Has been a bakery for many years, it was originally run by the Tuff family but then taken over by 2 bakers who went into partnership after working for Sainsburys.
Amesbury is an attractive town found on the River Avon close to Stonehenge (2 miles) and Woodhenge (1.5 miles).
With free parking, It’s own a weekly market, a breath taking museum housing one of Britain's largest mesolithic collection and an amazing story, hotels, bed and breakfasts, independent shops, restaurants and inns - the town is a great stopping point for travellers and visitors to Stonehenge and south Wiltshire.
The town also offers one of the most convenient places to stop on the A303, being some 75 miles from London and the home of Stonehenge.
To the south of the town lies Archers Gate, named after the Amesbury Archer who was found near there. At Solstice Park you can also see the mighty Ancestor, representing 10,000 years of life in the town.
The town offers many interesting walks both in the Stonehenge Landscape and close to the River Avon.
9-11 Salisbury St
T: 01980 622 135