Anglo French Removals specialise in Wiltshire to France removals, so if France is your next destination, we're on hand to make your move across the channel as simple as possible.
Wiltshire is a county located in the South West England that borders Dorset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Known for its high downland and wide valleys, Wiltshire boasts stunning landscape, ancient landmarks and quintessential British countryside. It's this stunning natural beauty, as well as many other factors, that makes Wiltshire such a wonderful place to live. If the French lifestyle has taken your fancy, however, you'll need a professional removals service that can help you get from A to B.
That's where we come in. With over 30 years' experience of helping people move from Wiltshire to France, or from France to Wiltshere, we're confident in our ability to deliver a quick, efficient and stress-free transition from your old home to your new one. We offer full-removals, part-removals, packing, storage, vehicle transfer and even currency exchange - enabling you to tailor a French removals package that suits your needs and budget.
Given our experience, we understand just how difficult it can be to say goodbye to beautiful Wiltshire. It's a place that exudes a unique, timeless appeal that many other areas of the country simply cannot replicate. Wiltshire's historic roots are tangible and are embedded into the ancient architecture and World Heritage Sites such as the famous Stonehenge and Avebury Stone Circle. The Romans, Normans and Saxons, like the people of today, have all been drawn towards Wiltshire, stamping their mark as they passed by. The amazing Salisbury Cathedral, which is steeped in over 800 years of history, the Iron Age-built hill fort "Old Sarum", and Lacock Abbey, dating back to the 13th century, are just a few highlights of Wiltshire's enchanting heritage.
The vast stretches of countryside accommodate some of England's most gorgeous gardens and parkland, including UK's biggest safari park, Longleat, and The National Trust's world famous gardens at Stourhead. The beautiful Wiltshire hillsides are decorated with the iconic White Horse landmarks, some of which date back to the 17th century. Lower Moor Farm and Larmer Tree Gardens provide other fantastic landscapes that are just begging to be explored.
Wiltshire's towns and villages are full of traditional English tea-rooms, cosy pubs and award-winning restaurants. After sampling the many dining delights, visitors can indulge in the various shopping facilities and designer outlets situated in Wilton and Swindon or discover the local shops scattered around the charming market towns. If shopping's not your thing, you can instead explore the thriving arts and theatre scene, enjoy a variety of great outdoor activities (such as walking, fishing, cycling, and golf) or plan a brilliant day of family fun in one of Wiltshire's many family attractions.
Given the wonders of Wiltshire, it's unsurprising that many people who make the move to France opt to move back to Wiltshire later down the line. The French lifestyle may be bliss for some, but for others it simply isn't home. If this is you, and you're planning on a move back from France to Wiltshire, you can trust Anglo French Removals to get your possessions back across the channel in the most efficient and careful manner possible.
We offer an affordable, professional full removals service, including full removals to France, car and motorsport transport and secure storage facilities. So whether you've decided to follow your dreams and move to France from Wiltshire or you're thinking of doing the reverse journey, Anglo French Removals can provide you with all the experience, help and support needed to guarantee a seamless, hassle-free move.
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Dear Anglo French Team,
Many thanks to all of you form me and my family which thanks to Nuno and Co are nicely settling in France and despite the stress related to moving a household with young kids, an office and a mother of a lathe it was all made that little bit easier due to you. Many thanks again!
I wish you and the people around you a joyous and lovely Christmas break and all the best for the year ahead of us!
I am writing to say thank you so much for the smooth moving process. From beginning to end you could not have done better. I'd like to put in a complimentary word for the three guys who you sent to load and unload. Service without servility is always the perfect combination. They were all extremely convivial whilst getting on at the same time, meticulously careful with the items being transported and cheery without being "goonish".
Your original quote was handled most efficiently by Jasmine from initlal enquiry through to date setting, payment etc and the quote itself was highly competitive. Your own communication skills were faultless and I felt like I knew exactly what was going on at any one time.
I, quite frankly, cannot fault the service provided, you could not have done better and I am very happy with the price too.
Well done to all the team!
Best wishes for all your future projects.
Di Miller, Kent
We just wanted to say thank you for such a brilliant and seamless service. You will remember that your quotation came in at about 50% cheaper than the two bigger companies and obviously we were worried that would reflect in the service.
From your response time, to the lovely people we chatted to in Maidstone with our mutiple questions, letting us add to our load at no extra charge, to yesterday's experience when Nino and his mate arrived, everything has been quite brilliant.
They called us an hour before arrival and were both so cheery and obliging despite their obvious long drive and need to get to the next pick up. We had two different locations for our furniture plus we changed our minds a couple of times and literally nothing was too much trouble - Nino's manipulation of that giant blue monster around the tiny farm lanes was quite breathtaking!
Great job! Please thank your team.
Heather and David, Trèbes