Town pubs and country pubs, pubs with gardens and pubs with ghosts – wherever you are in Wiltshire you are never far away from a friendly watering hole offering tasty food and drink at reasonable prices. Savour a pint of Bishop’s Tipple from the long-established Wadworth Brewery in Devizes, or drop in at the Three Daggers Brewery in Edington where their range of ales features only the best local raw materials.
With a history dating back many years, it’s no surprise that a lot of our pubs retain historic features and characters. Browse the listings below to find out more about the locations of some of our historic pubs.
Enjoy real ales
Many of our pubs and bars pride themselves on offering real ales and some like the Red Lion in Cricklade and the Three Daggers in Edington even have their own onsite microbreweries!
Head to the Vaults in Devizes for a wide range of real ales and look out for those pubs recognised by CAMRA across the county.
Lots of our pubs in Wiltshire are set in village locations lending themselves perfectly for a good old pub garden. Sit outside in the summer months in the White Hart at Ford, The Red Lion Freehouse at East Chisenbury and the Dove Inn at Corton to name just a few.
Great pub food
Look out for pubs awarded for their dining including the Bell at Ramsbury with an AA Rosette, The Red Lion Freehouse with a Michelin star as well as other more locally acclaimed awards.
You’ll find an array of food types on offer from traditional English far through to European and Thai. Many of our pubs offer seasonally-changing menus and try to use local produce where possible too.
Find out more
Browse our list below to find out more about the variety of pubs that we have on offer across Wiltshire. Don’t forget to look out for our pub and restaurant special offers too and enjoy a great meal (or pint) out!
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Bradford On Avon
The Boathouse at Bradford on Avon Marina (formerly the Beef and Barge) is now under new ownership and after extensive refurbishment has now re-opened.
There is plenty of free parking with easy access to the Kennet & Avon Canal.
Fresh, homecooked food is of the utmost importance to us... we love creating dishes using quality ingredients and the wonderful-ness of British seasonality.
Traditional country pub bustling with a mixture local clientele and tourists visiting the beautiful Wiltshire countryside. Whether it is relaxing by the fire in the bar, dining in the restaurant or staying in one of our luxury rooms.
Oldest pub in Salisbury, circa 1292. Specialising in reasonably priced Thai food and local microbreweries (Regional Real Ale Pub 2008). Call ahead or come early, as often busy mid-evening.
The Old Mill is a 15th century building with features dating back to 1250. The restaurant is set in the oldest part of the hotel and sits above a mill run which is visible through a viewing panel.