Tisbury has been voted one of the best places to live according to the Sunday Times, it is also home to one of the oldest yew trees, now 4000 years old! It is also the burial place of Rudyard Kipling’s parents. In 1885, Archibald Beckett built a brewery, this has since been converted into apartments. Tisbury is located on the West of England Main Line, placing it within commuting distance of London. It is also close to the A303 providing a link to the West Country.
The main attraction is Old Wardour Castle, a fine example of a 14th century castle and used in the filming of Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Tisbury boasts a range of gastro pubs, coffee shops and delis, along with a host of independent shops and businesses.