Tisbury railway station serves the village of Tisbury in Wiltshire. Opened in 1859, it is on the West of England Main Line, 96 miles 14 chains down the line from London Waterloo.
Tisbury lies within the Cranborne Chase & West Wilts Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and features a number of important environmental and historical sites. They include the Fonthill Lakes, the headwaters of the River Nadder and Old Wardour Castle, managed by English Heritage. The castle was originally built in the 14th century; it is now a romantic ruin in a beautiful setting beside a lake. Tisbury also features a magnificent 15th-century tithe barn at Place Farm, just to the east of the village which is the largest thatched barn in the country.
Tisbury today is a thriving village having a prominent 12th-century church with its own 4000-year-old yew tree, a wide range of interesting shops, three pubs and a café. Tisbury is an excellent base from which to explore the countryside of the Nadder Valley, offering fantastic walking trails and great cycling opportunities.
Pythouse Kitchen Garden Shop and Café
A beautiful 18th Century walled garden offering the perfect destination to relax, eat and shop. Enjoy strolling around the garden, which was recently named ‘a special place’ by the Weekend Telegraph.
Relax and unwind in the restaurant, either sitting in the garden under the apple trees, or on the terrace enjoying the views. Pythouse is not just for summer! The garden looks beautiful in every season, you will always be warm with our two wood burners.
Opening Hours: Open every day from 9am – 5pm
Dinner every Friday evening. Enjoy a weekly menu and choose from a selection of Pythouse own wine,
The Café is available for exclusive hire throughout the year.