Swindon and North Wiltshire

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Pub Guide (whatpub)

Branch pubs selling real ale

  • Aldbourne
    • Blue Boar 20 The Green Aldbourne SN8 2EN Telephone(01672) 540237

      Friendly and comfortable 15th century pub set by the village green. They have 3 regular Wadworth beers and the occasional guest. Food is home-cooked and served in the bar or dining room. During World War II it became the officers' mess for America's 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment. The pub featured on TV in a 1971 episode of Dr Who and a 2014 episode of Glue.

    • Crown The Square Aldbourne SN8 2DU Telephone(01672) 540214

      The Crown is set in the middle of the village opposite the duck pond, with a Dalek standing guard outside. At the heart of the local community, it has a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. The main bar is stylishly refurbished with a welcoming fire in winter. The smaller bar shows films on a Monday night. The restaurant serves freshly prepared food made from local produce where possible with daily specials, and a carvery on Sunday. Tuesday is quiz and bridge night, there is a meat raffle on Saturday afternoon, plus live music is hosted (check the website for details). Accommodation is available in five en-suite bedrooms. Situated a short drive from the historic market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford, and only a stone's throw from the ancient Avebury Rings, Silbury Hill and Stonehenge. An ideal base for walkers, the famous ancient Ridgway is nearby.

  • Ashton Keynes
    • White Hart High Road Ashton Keynes SN6 6NX Telephone(01285) 861247

      Set next to one of the four village crosses the locally run White Hart is a community hub for beautiful Ashton Keynes hosting meetings for local groups and clubs. The interior features plenty of bare stone and is divided into three distinct areas: a small bar with games and television, the main bar area and the restaurant area. In addition there is a separate function room available and secluded garden to the side. There are four real ales with 2 of them constantly changing guests. The good quality food uses locally sourced ingredients.

      The only direct bus is the Coachstyle 93/93A from Cirencester. For those happy to walk you can catch more frequent Stagecoach 51 and walk from the Spine Road.

  • Avebury
    • Red Lion High Street Avebury SN8 1RF Telephone(01672) 539266

      A large thatched pub with several different drinking areas as well as restaurant and function areas. There is plenty of outdoor seating offering views of the Stone Circles making this a popular destination for visitors to the area. There is an 86' well in the left hand area. Two real ales from Greene King are served together with two guest ales. Good value food.

  • Badbury
    • Bakers Arms Badbury SN4 0EU Telephone(01793) 740313

      Cosy and welcoming pub with interesting menu for lunch and dinner. There is occasionally one of Arkell's seasonal beers available. There is an extensive garden at the rear with large covered seating area, small bar and cooking area for regular summer BBQs. There is a small car park is opposite.

    • Plough on the Hill Marlborough Road Badbury SN4 0EP Telephone(01793) 740342

      Perched proudly on the hill above Junction 15 of the M4 this Arkell’s pub has a bar and separate restaurant area. Apart from the regular Arkell’s 3B there is usually an Arkell’s seasonal beer, although the emphasis is firmly on the food with an extensive menu at reasonable prices. Terraced pub gardens give views of the surrounding countryside.

  • Baydon
    • Fancy B Ermin Street Baydon SN8 2JP Telephone(01672) 700986

      The Fancy B Lion building dates back to 1715. Independent, family run Turkish restaurant and pub in the beautiful Wiltshire village of Baydon. Our eclectic menu includes freshly made kebabs and hot and cold mezze, along with pub classics such as steak, fish and chips and our famous burgers”

  • Beckhampton
    • Waggon & Horses Beckhampton SN8 1QJ Telephone(01672) 539418

      This pretty and historic thatched Pub was on overnight stop on the journey from London to Bristol. Its most famous guest was reputedly Charles Dickens who used it as his model for an Inn in The Pickwick Papers. The pub no longer provides accommodation but there is excellent food. Check the web site for special food offers and events such as 'Wine & Dine' nights. Up to five Wadworth real ales are served; three regulars plus two seasonals.

  • Bishopstone
    • Royal Oak Cues Lane Bishopstone SN6 8PP Telephone(01793) 790481

      Pigs, pies, and pillows. We are a dining pub with rooms in the middle of own organic farm in the village.Cosy and friendly Arkell's pub under the business tenancy of Helen Browning's Totally Organic who also run Eastbrook Farm. Tasty food based on organic food from Eastbrook Farm and other locally sourced produce. Menu changes most days, Check website for meal times. Raised deck area at the front and back, ,the perfect place to unwind in the beautiful Wilshire countryside. New 12 room hotel opened in 2017 using the old 'True Heart' building. A friendly welcome and great service.

  • Blunsdon
    • Blunsdon House Hotel The Ridge Blunsdon SN26 7AS Telephone(01793) 721701

      Best Western Plus hotel with three bars, two of which serve real ale. Ben's bar has a large collection of single malt whiskies, while Zan's bar has two real ales. The main bar is Carrie's at the rear of the hotel which is open 9.30am to 11pm everyday and has 3 real ales. Food is available all day. The hotel is set in large grounds.

    • Cold Harbour Ermin Street Blunsdon SN26 8DJ Telephone(01793) 724840

      Rambling Greene King pub with a warm feel for just having a drink (Cask Marque accredited). It has multiple cosy corners and low beams. Accommodation is provided separately in the Premier Inn next door. Food is served 7am-10pm.

    • Heart in Hand 43 High Street Blunsdon SN26 7AG Telephone(01793) 721314

      This is a friendly family run local pub with good value high quality home cooked food. There are two real ales in the week, three at the weekend. There is a large garden. It also has darts and crib teams. Dogs are allowed in the bar. Four en-suite rooms. Quiz night on Thursdays. They hold a beer festival on August bank holiday each year as part of the village fun day when they aim to have 8 real ales and 3 ciders on.

  • Bottlesford
    • Seven Stars Gores Lane Bottlesford SN9 6LW Telephone(01672) 851325

      This thatched building standing in large grounds has been a pub since 1748. From the entrance there is a narrow bar at the front and restaurant to the right and several separate areas to the left of the bar. Dark wood panelling around the lower part of the walls, low ceilings and beams. This is a true freehouse with three real ales sourced locally from breweries such as Ramsbury, West Berkshire, Stonehenge and Andwell. It serves good quality food using locally sourced ingredients. There are occasionally wine tasting evenings.

  • Broad Hinton
    • Crown Broad Hinton SN4 9PA Telephone(01793) 731302

      Brick building painted in Arkell's creamy house style. Large open-plan bar with separate dining area. Reputation for good food. Meals are served every day they are open, carvery on Sunday. There is a large garden with wonderful views. Bikers welcome.

  • Broad town
    • Hop Chapel Broad town Road Broad town SN4 7RB Telephone07889 078648

      A unique Microbrewery sat just outside of Royal Wootton Bassett, with the single vision to deliver quality not quantity, that everyone can afford and enjoy. The Brewery Tap is The Hop Chapel. Alpacas are in the field. Events and music festival held thorough out the year, under a tent set up in the garden.

  • Burbage
    • White Hart 123 High Street Burbage SN8 3AA Telephone(01672) 810336

      A roadside Free house, the White Hart serves two changing guest beers, usually from local breweries like Ramsbury, Three Castles and Wadworth. In the summer months there are three guest beers. There is a large central room with the main bar and a smaller snug to the right with a wood-burning stove. Although there is no food served the pub is a hub for the community Fortnightly quiz on Wednesday night.

  • Castle Eaton
    • Red Lion The Street Castle Eaton SN6 6JZ Telephone(01285) 706533

      Proud to be the first pub on the Thames, the Red Lion is ideally positioned for walkers on the Thames Path, or canoeists on the river. Large gardens extend down to the river, which is also visible from the 32-seat conservatory restaurant. Fully refurbished in October 2019 the interior is now smart and welcoming. There is an extensive menu with everything from big plates for foodies to smaller plates and pizza for a lighter bite.

  • Chilton Foliat
    • Wheatsheaf Chilton Foliat RG17 0TE Telephone(01488) 680936

      This 18th century Grade II listed thatched building has been in the hands of an enthusiastic local couple since 2015. They have made the pub an award winning sustainable hub with local produce, music, first floor art gallery & shop, while retaining its character. There are 3 local real ales including a changing guest and local cider from Hungerford Park. The kitchen features a wood-fired pizza oven to supplement excellent food range which is 80% organic and locally sourced. There is live music monthly. Closed Monday and Tuesday.

  • Chiseldon
    • Patriots Arms 6 New Road Chiseldon SN4 0LU Telephone(01793) 740331

      A friendly local recently refurbished. The large premises are split into several areas with a small main bar and several restaurant spaces. The garden has a children’s play area including a large pirate ship! There is a quiz night on Mondays and open Mic evening on Thursdays. There is a good range of food, often themed, using local produce. Renamed the Chiseldon Smokehouse Bar & Grill in 2018.

  • Collingbourne Ducis
    • Shears Cadley Road Collingbourne Ducis SN8 3ED Telephone(01264) 850304

      There are four hand pumps on the bar with a minimum of two in use. Large open bar at the front with a big fireplace; exposed brick walls and large comfy settees. Dining area to the right of the bar. Pleasant outside eating and drinking area. Very food orientated with an extensive menu and daily specials. Six B&B rooms available.

    • Tipple Inn High Street Collingbourne Ducis SN8 3EQ Telephone(01264) 850050

      This historic 18c Grade II listed building used to be a railway hotel. Previously known as the Blue Lion it re-opened as the Tipple Inn in 2011 following a facelift. The wood panelling in the public bar has light and attractive colours and there is a separate restaurant. It is a Free House and sells 3 changing ales such as Stonghenge. It has also featured Hampshire beers from Flack Manor and Andwell. No food Tuesday or Sunday evening.

  • Collingbourne Kingston
    • Barleycorn Collingbourne Kingston SN8 3SD Telephone(01264) 850368

      The Barleycorn Inn has been under family ownership since November 2015, with the aim still to provide good locally sourced food and good beers. There are two guest beers that are reviewed each month. There is also a games area with snooker, darts and some board games. The accommodation consists of three double, one twin and one family room. The beer garden has a Boule pitch.

  • Cricklade
    • Old Bear 101 High Street Cricklade SN6 6AA Telephone(01793) 750005

      A real ale drinker’s pub with comfy lounge on the right and bar on the left as you enter. There is a garden area at the back and the stables and other out buildings from when this was a coaching inn. As well as Arkell’s beers gluten and wheat free bottled beers from Greens are available. There are TV screens for sports fans. Home to cribbage and darts teams.

    • Red Lion 74 High Street Cricklade SN6 6DD Telephone(01793) 750776

      Friendly, popular and comfortable pub, parts of which are quite ancient - The old Saxon town wall passes through the building. It is home to the original Hop Kettle brewery and this remains despite the pub being recently acquired by St Austell. There are ten real ales on offer: three Hop Kettle and four from St Austell, plus three guest beers. Excellent quality food is served and there are five rooms available for B&B. There is a large garden at the back. Several times local CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year.

    • White Hart Hotel High Street Cricklade SN6 6AA Telephone(01793) 750206

      A former coaching inn this hotel has a large open bar area. Two Arkell’s beers are available, but the emphasis is on food which is available every day apart from Sunday evenings. The old stables block at the back has been converted to a function room that also hosts music events. There are quiz nights on Thursday.

  • Easton Royal
    • Bruce Arms Easton Road Easton Royal SN9 5LR Telephone(01672) 810216

      Mid-19th-century local that has a nationally important historic pub interior. There is a small cosy bar with furniture that probably goes back to the 1850s, a small lounge with easy chairs and piano, while at the back is a larger dining/function room. The pub exists in splendid isolation, so its campsite with full facilities is welcome and makes it a good venue for meetings and rallies.

  • Froxfield
    • Pelican Bath Road Froxfield SN8 3JY Telephone(01488) 682479

      Large roadside pub that dates from the 18th century. It is a listed building but has been thoroughly modernised inside. Three hand pumps serve two standard and one changing ale. Comfortable seating and formal dining furniture prevail. Carpet and quarry tile flooring. Meals served everyday. Outside is a very pleasant garden with stream and duck pond that won the Hungerford in Bloom contest 2 years running.

  • Great Bedwyn
    • Three Tuns 1 High Street Great Bedwyn SN8 3NU Telephone(01672) 870280

      The Three Tuns is a freehold village pub situated at the edge of the Savernake Forest. The Kennet & Avon Canal runs through the lower end of the village and there is a mainline train station with direct service to Reading, Newbury and Paddington. The huge brick fireplace, facing the entrance, dominates the bar. To the left is the passage to the dining area and beer garden. The owner is also the chef and has won awards for his food. The bar has three handpumps - all changing beers (Otter and Butcombe plus another). Often has shooting parties.

  • Ham
    • Crown & Anchor Ham SN8 3RB Telephone(01488) 503040

      Set at the foot of the North Wessex Downs, an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the picturesque village of Ham, Wiltshire. Locally sourced, seasonal foodis served in a relaxed and welcoming setting. There is 1 house real ale, Ham 1840, brewed by Betteridge’s Brewery in Hurstbourne Tarrant. Situated midway between Newbury and Marlborough, just one and a half hours from London, the Crown & Anchor is the ideal place to put your feet up and enjoy the quiet of local village life. The village of Ham is ideal for exploring the local area, visiting Pewsey Vale, Avebury, Stonehenge, nearby Salisbury or Highclere Castle.

  • Hannington
    • Jolly Tar Queens Road Hannington SN6 7RP Telephone(01793) 762245

      Cosy and rambling pub. The name derives from sailor marrying into family of local landowners. Two separate bars and one with a conservatory, which doubles as the restaurant. Accommodation in a separate block at the rear of the pub. Dogs in the public bar and Patio only.

  • Highworth
    • Goldfinger Tavern Newburgh Place Highworth SN6 7DN Telephone(01793) 765447

      Busy and friendly local estate pub. As well as two regular beers there is one guest beer from the Greene King list. The pub has Cask Marque accreditation. Bingo on Wednesday & Saturday nights, monthly music events and occasional quiz nights. There are often BBQs on Bank Holidays and the large garden gives a good view of the International Air Tattoo at nearby RAF Fairford.

    • Highworth Hotel 1 Westrop Highworth SN6 7HJ Telephone(01793) 762364

      Fine old Grade II* Listed Building with an interior of contemporary, up-market feel. There are two rooms set aside for eating, a bar and a separate eating area. Accommodation comprises of 10 en-suite rooms. The bar serves real ales in good condition. Later opening on some days, Please ring to confirm. Breakfast served 8.30 to 10.00.

    • King & Queen 15 High Street Highworth SN6 7AG Telephone(01793) 762272

      The King & Queen opened again Sep-13. This is quite an ancient building in the High Street. Large rambling pub with bar in the centre and separate rooms all around it. There is a right of way through the pub. If you see a cow walking through, you will know why!
      Otter Bitter and Doom Bar are semi-permanent. No food at the moment, but the kitchen is being reorganised. Occasional pub quizzes and karaoke. Tea and coffee are also available.

    • Plough Lechlade Road Highworth SN6 7HF Telephone(01793) 762224

      Small friendly local, with a cosy bar and separate games room, Sky Sports TV. Quiz night on Sunday, Bingo on Thursday, darts and pool are played too. 3B is served straight from the barrel. There are occasional seasonal ales from Arkells. Three B&B rooms available. Large Garden at the back. Quiz on Sundays.

    • Rose & Crown 19 The Green Highworth SN6 7DB Telephone(01793) 764699

      One of the oldest pubs in Highworth and a Free House. The inside features wooden beams decorated with hops and old adverting signs on the walls. There are five handpumps serving changing ales, with Sharp's a regular. The friendly staff make it popular with locals. The lunch menu is good quality and value. No food in the evening or on Sundays. Occasional folk sessions are hosted on a Saturday evening. At the back there is a garden with a Boules pitch.

    • Saracens Head High Street Highworth SN6 7AG Telephone(01793) 762284

      This former coaching inn is one of Highworth's oldest buildings – it was in use as an inn in 1825 and the building is probably much older. It has a Snug bar popular with locals, a Lounge bar mainly laid out for eating and comfortable outside seating. Three of the 4 real ales are available at any one time. The Car park is in Brewery St, where there is disabled access. On Saturday and Sunday it opens 8:30 for breakfast.

    • Wine Bar 12 High Street Highworth SN6 7AG Telephone(01793) 764500

      Small historical cellar bar. The entrance is easy to miss, to the left of the Old Bakery café (the same owners). The owners are cask ale and real cider enthusiasts.

  • Hodson
    • Calley Arms Broome Manor Lane Hodson SN4 0QG Telephone(01793) 740802

      Cosy country pub on the edge of the village. The open plan bar has a raised dining area at one end. Outside is a large board with directions for a two and a half mile walk to Coate Water Country Park. Cyclists will find a cycle path to the same destination starts half a mile down the road to Chisledon. A full varied restaurant menu, including specials. Burger night Tuesday, Pie night Wednesday and Steak night Thursday and the last Friday of the month is fresh fish night. There is a quiz night on first Monday of the month. Open all day.

  • Honeystreet
    • Barge Inn Honeystreet SN9 5PS Telephone(01672) 851222

      The Barge Inn re-opened under new management on 24th May 2019, after having been closed for six months. The approach to the pub might be considered uninspiring, going down a track through a wood yard then past some cottages on the right before you get to the actual pub at the end. The Kennet and Avon Canal runs right along side it and the campsite is behind. The pub is at the centre of the crop circle region of Wiltshire and has an alien theme. The rear room has an impressive painted ceiling on the subject. There is music every Saturday and most Fridays. Planning permission has been applied for to convert the attached barn into 4 letting rooms upstairs with a function room below which would be suitable for weddings parties and other entertainment. There will also be letting rooms in the main building and a one bed apartment in the attic.

  • Liddington
    • Village Bell Lane Liddington SN4 0HE Telephone(01793) 790314

      Large split-level pub/restaurant. It is very much food orientated as there is little seating for mere drinkers. Breakfast is served Mon-Sun 8.00- 10.30. Recently, a shop was added to the pub with some shelves of groceries and papers. Two regular Arkell's beers.

  • Lockeridge
    • Who'd a Thought It Lockeridge SN8 4EL Telephone(01672) 861813

      Edwardian timber-framed building with an outside drinking area. Inside the smart interior there are many beef related pictures and objects on the walls. The food is good quality with ingredients locally sourced and seasonal meat coming from Sumblers of Marlborough. The menu features pub classics and slightly more adventurous specials.

      Closed on Tuesdays.

  • Lydiard Millicent
    • Sun Inn The Street Lydiard Millicent SN5 3LU Telephone(01793) 770202

      A traditional village pub near picturesque Lydiard Park. The interior has low beamed ceilings Two separate areas are dedicated to dining where food is served everyday. A large garden provides space for customers.hosts various functions throughout the year. Three real ales are served, two of which is a guest, usually from a regional brewery. Recently refurnished and re-opened in August 2019. Modern clean lines and nicely decorated. Well behaved dogs do not have to be on a lead.

  • Manton
    • Oddfellows Arms 71 High Street Manton SN8 4HW Telephone(01672) 512352

      Until about 2019 known as the Outside Chance. This village local, now quite food orientated, has a bar with flagstone floor and a comfy eating area with low ceiling. There is an interesting menu. Apart from the two regular Wadworth beers there is one other changing one (seasonal from Wadsworth). Very pleasant and peaceful gardens round the back and outside seating to the right at the front. Regular events include Open Mic on the last Friday of every month and there is a fortnightly curry and quiz night - please book in advance for this event. The pub has baby changing facilities.

  • Marlborough
    • Bear 1 High Street Marlborough SN8 1AA Telephone(01672) 512134

      Rambling pub on several levels dating from the 15th century. A family run pub, very lively. Good home cooked pub grub. A selection of Arkell's ales, plus cider and lagers. A selection of Gin is also available. There is live music at the weekends. A great Sunday roast. Accommodation: 7 rooms.

    • Castle & Ball 117/118 High Street Marlborough SN8 1LZ Telephone(01672) 515201

      The Castle and Ball dating from the 15th century, is a authentic addition to an historic market town, on the river Kennet. Marlborough is home to one of the widest High Streets in Britain, offering a vast space for regular Markets, which still occur today. traditional elements of the hotel create a homely atmosphere, with original oak timbers which pre date the Spanish Armada.

    • Green Dragon 12-13 High Street Marlborough SN8 1AA Telephone(01672) 514847

      This multi level building is one of the oldest pubs in Marlborough. It has a bar and front room at street level and smaller rooms and dining areas at lower levels at the back. There is a large secluded garden at the rear for 'al fresco' drinking in the summer. All the real ales are from Wadworth. Open for breakfast onwards everyday with drinks from 10am. The food features ingredients sourced from local suppliers. Upstairs there are five recently refurbished en-suite bedrooms.

    • Lamb 5-6 The Parade Marlborough SN8 1NE Telephone(01672) 512668

      Lively traditional town pub just off the main road. Three or four Wadworth ales served. The wooden barrels are just decoration now. The beers are delivered by electric air pumps. The Lamb is popular with locals and tourists alike - good mix of ages. The U-shaped bar has lots of character and leads into a cosy backroom. Hops adorn the ceiling. The alleyway at the side of bar has benches to shelter from the weather and leads to a pleasant enclosed courtyard at the back. Six B&B rooms are available. There is also a good pub menu. Live music weekly and a venue for Marlborough Music Festival.

    • Marlborough 90 High Street Marlborough SN8 1HF Telephone(01672) 515011

      The Sun Inn changed hands and names in Jan 2013. This is one of several historic pubs in the High Street. The two bars have been knocked into one. There are still the beamed ceilings; some other wooden features have gone. Eclectic mix of tables and seating. It is now a very foody place with emphasis on wine. Apart from the two regular beers, there is a house beer at 3.6% brewed by Ramsbury Brewery.

    • Roebuck 51 London Road Marlborough SN8 2AJ Telephone(01672) 700037

      Situated on the edge of Marlborough on the A4 towards Hungerford this popular pub serves a range of Fullers and guest ales. There is a multi-room restaurant serving a selection of well cooked and presented traditional pub dishes, often with a modern twist. Outside there is a large patio and south facing garden with child friendly attractions. There is a meat draw on Sunday evenings and a quiz night on Wednesdays. There are 2 musical festivals held here every year.

    • Royal Oak 111 High Street Marlborough SN8 1LT Telephone(01672) 512064

      Located in the centre of Marlborough High Street this busy pub serves four real ales. As well as two Greene King regulars there are 2 changing guests locally sourced from the SIBA list providing a welcome variety. There is good value pub food available all day everyday. All major sports events are shown and there is live music on Friday & Saturdays. For those wanting a quieter experience there is a large beer garden to the rear. Family and dog friendly.

    • Wellington Arms 46 High Street Marlborough SN8 1HQ Telephone(01672) 516697

      Friendly 18th century pub, with an open fire that creates a cosy atmosphere. To the rear there is a smart garden that has a covered area and heat lamps. They generally have 4 ales on, two regular and two guests mainly from Ramsbury brewery. The food consists of the Pieminister range. There are a variety of events including a Vinyl evening on Tuesday (bring your own records and get a 10% discount on drinks), a weekly pub quiz and regular live music. Check website or Facebook for information.

  • Marston Meysey
    • Old Spotted Cow Marston Meysey SN6 6LQ Telephone(01285) 810264

      With large gardens and a cosy interior with log fires and beamed ceilings this pub is popular with locals and visitors alike. There is a strong emphasis on good food sourced from local producers and suppliers. In the bar there are 3 real ale handpumps. The Thames Path is nearby making the pub attractive to hikers. There are two B&B rooms. The source of the River Thames is only a few miles away. Garden table tennis and Badminton.

  • Mildenhall
    • Horseshoe Inn Mildenhall SN8 2LR Telephone(01672) 514725

      The Horseshoe Inn sits in 2 acres of landscaped gardens right in the centre of Mildenhall. It is a typical village pub run by a proud and determined landlord in the face of the cocktail of difficulty society places on isolated, rural publicans, It has a charming brick built façade under a thatch roof with a the rear extension for dining which creates a nice open feel internally. The 40 cover restaurant is complimented by a 16 seat private dining room. It’s a destination pub for groups from all over. As well as their own house beer 'Horseshoe' (4.2% abv) the regular beer is Sharp's Doombar. It has a 5 star food rating, standard pub type menu (home cooked) not the cheapest I've seen, but the portions are generous. The 3 rooms are reasonably priced.

  • North Newnton
    • Woodbridge North Newnton SN9 6JZ Telephone(01980) 630266

      The Woodbridge Inn started its life in 1786 as a typical Wiltshire Coaching Inn. It got its name from the old wooden bridge that stretched over the river Avon. The Post Coach would regularly stop to water their horses, whilst for the price of their ticket the fare paying passengers were provided with a meal that often consisted of a roast joint that had been cooked the day before. There is a large adjoining camp site with new toilets and showers. Fishing on the Avon is available. Carvery only on Sunday.

  • Ogbourne St George
    • Inn with the Well Marlborough Road Ogbourne St George SN8 1SQ Telephone(01672) 841445

      The pub features an illuminated 90ft well in the dining room floor covered with bullet proof glass. The hand pumps are just for show - the beer is served by gravity straight from the cellar. 1 guest beer in the winter and 2 in the summer, sourced as locally as possible. The accommodation was refurbished in 2018. The pub is well placed for walking the Ridgeway or the Og Valley. Sunday opening from 16:00 for Jubilee Sunday

  • Pewsey
    • Coopers Arms 37-39 Ball Road Pewsey SN9 5BL Telephone(01672) 562495

      Worth seeking out this down-to-earth thatched pub on the eastern edge of Pewsey has an historic interior with an open plan bar and two side rooms. In the winter there is a warming fire. Five real ales are served; two local regulars plus three guests usually from the South West region. There is live music once a month and a quiz on the first Sunday of the month. Accommodation is available with holiday cottages in a separate block at the back. No food, but snacks are available. Happy hour every week night 5-7. Pizza available every other Wednesday.

    • Crown Inn 60 Wilcot Road Pewsey SN9 5EL Telephone(01672) 562653

      This traditional local is the brewery tap for World's End which is at the back of the site. It always features at least two of their own beers among the five on offer. The small bar has an attractive stone and brick fireplace in the centre. there is a regular poetry night. They have live music every Thursday including Ukulele on the last Thursday of the month. Food is only served Friday evenings, theme nights and Sunday lunch unless by prior arrangement.

    • Royal Oak 35 North Street Pewsey SN9 5ES Telephone(01672) 563426

      Under new management since April 2017, and still very clean and tidy. Friendly 18th century pub with two regular Wadworth beers plus a guest. The lounge and public bar (with the pool table) are now separated by a partition making making effectively a single bar. There is s separate function room. There are lots of charity and community activities as well as music and quizzes. Now has 2 sports TV tucked away from the main bar. Large area at the rear with covered smoking area, ideal for enjoying the afternoon sun.

    • Shed Alehouse 20 North Street Pewsey SN9 5EX Telephone07769 812643

      A former shop converted to a cosy micropub. The décor is wooden with tools to resemble its namesake. This is a free house with the 4 hand pumps serving a changing range of beers from local and regional brewers. 1,000 different beers have been served since 2015. It frequently offers Shed Brewery ales from the same owners. There are also 2 to 4 real ciders and a craft pilsner. There is not much space inside, 20 people will fill the place.so you soon get to know your fellow drinkers. No dogs allowed.

    • Waterfront Pewsey Wharf Pewsey SN9 5NU Telephone(01672) 564020

      Interesting upstairs bar right by the Kennet and Avon canal in the old Pewsey Wharf buildings. Nice views and great location for watching people messing about on boats from the canal side garden. There are three real ales served from casks under the bar. On Monday night you can have food and a pint for £10. The food is supplied from the Bistro downstairs. On Wednesday all pints sell at £3. First Tuesday of the month is Quiz night and the last Thursday is Open Mic night. There is a Music and Beer festival on the August bank holiday weekend.

  • Purton
    • Angel High Street Purton SN5 4AB Telephone(01793) 770248

      This imposing old building in the High Street has been completely refurbished. Traditional family pub (children welcome) with community noticeboard. There is a public bar on the right and a restaurant on the left. The additional Arkell's available sometimes includes Donnington beers. Meals feature all sorts of meats and at least nine veg are available. There is also a large function room which has also been refurbished. Pub games include darts and crib.

    • Royal George 27 Pavenhill Purton SN5 4BZ Telephone(01793) 978180

      The Royal George has seen its ups and downs in recent years - they are not related to movements of the sea!
      It seems to be taking a steadier course now! Meals are served 12-3, 6-9 Mon to Sat, and 12-5 Sun. They held their first beer festival over the bank holiday weekend, raising money for charity. They hope to hold this annually.

  • Purton Stoke
    • Bell Stoke Common Lane Purton Stoke SN5 4JG Telephone(01793) 770434

      Pleasant little country pub with a stone facade and a great display of hanging baskets during the summer. There is a small bar at the front and two dining areas to the right and rear. Arkell's 3Bs and Wilshire Gold are on at all times. Good home-cooked food is served. Outside there is a patio, children's play area and a camping field behind the car park. Children and dogs are very welcome.

  • Ramsbury
    • Bell The Square Ramsbury SN8 2PE Telephone(01672) 520230

      The Bell is a large, beautifully appointed, building in the centre of Ramsbury. It is part of the Ramsbury estate which owns the nearby Ramsbury Brewery. As well as four Ramsbury beers it sells their Gin and Vodka. There is a bar area, a large restaurant and snug. It has an excellent food reputation. There is a café at the rear (open 8.30am to 4pm) which doubles as a function room in the evening. Sports TV only for major events on terrestrial channels.

    • Crown & Anchor 1 Crowood Lane Ramsbury SN8 2PT Telephone(01672) 520335

      A 19th Century pub. The pub has had extensive alterations and decoration during the Covid lockdown. The bar has been moved and now has only one hand pump. The decoration is modern but does retain original ceiling beams and some of the former fittings. There are two rooms, one ajoins the bar and contains the seating area and the second has a good quality pool table and a few tables and chairs. Pizzas available, Thur and Fri, 6-9, Sat, 12-3.and 6-9, Sun, 12-3,and 6-8.

  • Royal Wootton Bassett
    • Angel 47 High Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7AQ Telephone(01793) 851161

      Completely refurbished in 2010 this hotel and restaurant has an attractive and tasteful interior. Its bar serves two Arkell's beers; 3Bs plus a rotating one. There is also a handpump serving Weston’s cider. There is an extensive food menu specialising in locally sourced steaks cooked over a charcoal grill. There is a courtyard terrace and live music on Friday evenings. They received an AA Rosette for culinary excellence in 2016.

    • Churchill Swindon Road Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 8ET Telephone(01793) 849848

      Large Greene King pub/restaurant within extensive grounds. There is a large indoor children's play area towards the back. Very much orientated towards food and children's parties and themed nights - Caribbean and Italian etc. Became a Hardy's House Pub, which is a Greene King pub chain, some time before 2010. It is now part of Eating Inn, another Greene King company. Food is served until 10pm. Check website for special offers.

    • Cross Keys 136 High Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7AY Telephone(01793) 852352

      A pub with two separate bars and four separate drinking areas. The back bar has a copper top covered in polished old pennies. There is also a pool table and an outside drinking area at the back. The covered hall area has a flag stone floor. A function room is available for free hire. Re-opened 31st July 2015 after a refurbishment following a major fire in 2013. Beer Garden. This pub on the main street opposite the memorial.

    • Crown Hotel 131 High St Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7AY Telephone(01793) 852228

      There is a large bar with a raised area to the right of the front door. This area is wood panelled and is decorated with large brass plates. The bar is basically U-shaped with the two parts of the pub separated by an archway. The accommodation comprises seven en-suite rooms. Thursday night is music quiz night. Various motoring clubs and other societies meet here (Older Bikers etc.) Darts Team.

    • Five Bells Wood Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7BD Telephone(01793) 849422

      Dating from before 1841, this is a busy and cosy traditional thatched local with a beamed ceiling and open fires, dating from the late 17th Century and a recently extended the front room. The bar sports seven handpumps for two regular and five guest beers. Westons Old Rosie (cider) is on another pump. Food is served every lunchtime. The pub also has darts and crib teams. Now a free house.

    • Phoenix Bar 3-4 High Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7BS Telephone(01793) 855625

      Formley Wootton Bassett High Street Club.

    • Red Lion 59 High Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7AQ Telephone(01793) 849397

      Friendly local. Separate lounge and bar with two hand pumps both have a Courage Best clip. Large TV sports screens. There are football, pool, and darts teams. No hot food, but filled rolls are available Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

    • Royal Wootton Bassett Coped Hall Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7HT Telephone(01793) 376190

      The former Prince of Wales has reopened with the new name. The new landlord offers steak and tapas-style food with elements from all over the world. Food and products will be sourced locally to put investment back into the local economy.

    • Sally Pussey's Restaurant Swindon Road Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 8ET Telephone(01793) 852430

      Large and smart Arkells establishment between Wootton Bassett and J 16 of the M4. It is one large area, all tables laid out for food. and a conference facilities. Very much food orientated. Full menu plus baguettes and jacket potato type food at lunch times and specials in the evenings. Apart from the two regular Arkell's beers, there is usually another Arkell's ale available. They all tend to be in excellent condition. Completely refurbished in 2004. Rename in July 2016 to Sally Pussey's Restaurant. Carvey times Friday 5.00pm to 9.00pm, Saturday 5.00pm to 9.00pm Sunday: 11.45 am to 8.30pm.

    • Waggon & Horses 9 High Street Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7AA Telephone(0121) 272 5499

      A lively local. The bar has been moved to the right-hand side of the front room and both this and the pool room at the back have been refurbished in late 2017. As well as pool there are darts and a number of TVs showing music videos & sport. There is an outside smoking area at the back. Cheapest pint in Royal Wootton Bassett.

    • Wiltshire Golf Club Lyneham Road, Royal Wootton Bassett Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 7PB Telephone(01793) 532403

      18 hole Golf club for members and guest. Hotel with leisure centre. Friendly South African owners spent a lot of money updating accommodation and course. Former owner used to be Eddie Shar. Anybody can use the bar and restaurant.

    • Woodshaw inn Garraways Royal Wootton Bassett SN4 8NE Telephone(01793) 854617

      Arkells estate pub with an old fashioned feel about it. Serves one or two seasonal Arkell's ales apart from the regular one. There is a function room with a skittle alley. Live music from time to time. Tuesday is quiz night. OAP menu Mon-Sat 12-2pm. Breakfast served from 9.00. Sunday roast.

  • Shalbourne
    • Plough Kingston Road Shalbourne SN8 3QF Telephone(01672) 870295

      This friendly and welcoming village local features wooden beams and a low ceiling. As well as a large bar area there is a separate restaurant, which can cater for large parties. The food is very high quality, featuring local ingredients prepared by a French chef. There are two regular beers. The pub is frequented by ramblers.

  • Swanborough
    • Freke Arms, grill on the hill Swanborough SN6 7RN Telephone(01793) 762297

      The Freke Arms is named after local landowners and is very comfortable with three distinct drinking areas. More of an eating rather than a drinking place. Good range of Arkell's beers available. They have their own caravan park with full facilities, although this is only available to Caravan Club members.

  • Swindon
    • Abbey Mead Elstree Way Swindon SN25 4YX Telephone(01793) 726208

      Large Marston's estate pub with comfortable seating in the much expanded northern part of Swindon. Part of a small shopping precinct with plenty of outside seating and a children's play area. Large bar in the centre with three hand-pumps for one regular beer and a guest from the Marston's range. Meals are served all day. No evening meals Monday. Families are welcome. No under 16's after 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Regular entertainment Sat nights.

    • Ashford Road Club 17/18 Ashford Road Swindon SN1 3NT Telephone(01793) 534643

      A fully refurbished contemporary club in the heart of Old Town. Established in 1896, this Club boasts great music and entertainment, sky sports, and function room facilities suitable for parties or corporate functions/meeting room. Two large projector screens with surround sound and four Flat Screen TV’s.

      Cask Marque accredited for our exceptional quality of ales, we also offer a wide selection of Whisky, Bourbon, Gin, Vodka and Wine as well as lagers, Guinness and Cider.

      New members are welcome!

    • Bakers Arms 121 Beechcroft Road Swindon SN2 7RE Telephone(01793) 832227

      A busy and popular local with the same landlady for almost ten years. There are pool, darts and crib teams and themed nights. They have country music sessions fortnightly on Thursday evenings. There is a smart dining room extension that also doubles as a function room together with a beer garden with barbecue facilities. Large dining room extension built and opened summer 2013. They are Cask Marque accredited and stock Weston’s ‘Old Rosie’ cider. 'The Bakers' celebrated a century of ownership by Arkell's in 1996, but it was built back in 1847 by William Slade of Moredon. He also owned The Red Lion (now renamed The Boundary House) even though by trade he was a butcher! A major renovation in 1956 and an extension in 1984 & 2013 have brought the Bakers Arms up-to-date - but not too up-to-date. This is a no-frills pub and as such belongs to a rare breed of traditional British locals.

    • Beehive 55 Prospect Hill Swindon SN1 3JS Telephone(01793) 523187

      This multi-levelled, dates from 1871, four room pub has retained its quirky charm and layout. There are six real ales including 3 changing guests with a regional focus. A popular live music venue with performances often on Thursday and Friday although other nights are available. The walls are often covered with pictures and other art for sale. Locally sourced pies are available lunchtime until early evening. There are complimentary crisps and snacks from late afternoon, Monday to Friday. Poker every Monday night. Other events include monthly quiz or poetry evenings. There is a world music club on the last Wednesday of the month. Table booking advised. Food not available at present. Poker starting Monday July 26th. Monthly quiz nights starting first Sunday in August. World music nights starting early August. See “What’s On” page at [www.bee-hive.co.uk]www.bee-hive.co.uk

    • Bolingbroke Arms Hook Swindon SN4 8DZ Telephone(01793) 852357

      Friendly country pub. The main part is Edwardian stone and brick with a B&B extension dated 1999. Very pleasant interior with comfortable seating. Food orientated with a large and interesting menu. Two of the four handpumps are in use with 3Bs plus an Arkells seasonal beer.

    • Boundary House 1 The Street Swindon SN25 3ER Telephone(01793) 534186

      The Boundary House is one of Arkell's oldest pubs, and offers a traditional pub atmosphere that has proved popular for over a hundred years.Comfortable and friendly local with open plan bar and several drinking areas including a conservatory for families & kids. No food, but buffets can be ordered for special occasions. Quiz nights, music, bingo and other events happen in this pub at the heart of the community. It once marked the boundary with the hamlet of Moredon, which had long since been absorbed as a suburb of Swindon when it was re-christened The Boundary House. The first pub here was called The Red Lion and the premises also featured a brewery and a butcher's shop. Built some time before 1861, it was owned by the Slade family until 1877 when they sold it to Arkell's.

    • Brookhouse Farm Middleleaze Drive Swindon SN5 5TZ Telephone(01793) 874223

      Large, busy and popular Hungry Horse pub (Greene King) in West Swindon. This Victorian farmhouse has been vastly expanded. There are several separate rooms. TV screens for sports events. Pool and darts are played. Very food orientated. Meals are served between 11 and 10 pm Monday to Saturday and between 10 and 9pm on Sundays. There are also themed nights and music on the last Friday of each month.

    • Carpenters Arms Old Vicarage Lane Swindon SN3 4ST Telephone(01793) 822997

      Open spacious pub with two drinking areas and a separate dining area. An old world pub with plenty of artifacts. Garden with lots of facilities for children including Crazy Golf. More of a motel now to cope with changing times.

    • Carriers Arms Highworth Road Swindon SN3 4SE Telephone(01793) 822051

      Two traditional bars at the front and a large restaurant to the side. Karaoke and quiz night on Thursdays. Poker night every other week on Fridays.

    • Castle 28 Prospect Place Swindon SN1 3LQ Telephone(01793) 523410

      Friendly and traditional backstreet local. It consists of several rooms which merge into each other. The front bar has a log burner. The games room at the back has a pool table and a stage. This is used for Karaoke on Thursday and live music on Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings. There is also a large TV screen showing sports in the right-hand bar making it quite a lively place. Apart from pool and darts, cribbage is played. Guest beers are served occasionally.

    • Cheekies 22-23 Fleet Street Swindon SN1 1RQ Telephone(01793) 402040

      REOPENED, NO LONGER A WEATHERSPOONS. Now Cheekies nightclub. no real ale.

    • Clifton Clifton Street Swindon SN1 3PY Telephone(01793) 523162

      Friendly local with a large open-plan bar. Re-furbished in October 2018. There are now three Arkell's/Donnington ales and several real ciders available. Large selection of whiskeys and other spirits. Food is now served on site from the pub’s Clifton Street Food operation. Pub quiz on Wednesday.

    • County Ground 115 County Road Swindon SN1 2EB Telephone(01793) 423343

      Large late Victorian Arkell's pub, with some alterations and additions, by the football ground. It has one large open bar - with a recent facelift. It gets very busy on match days, but is a down to earth local otherwise. Draft beer is only available on weekends and match days, otherwise there is a selection of bottled beers. A disco takes place Friday nights and there is karaoke on Saturday & Sunday nights. It has an enclosed garden at the rear and area that can be set aside for functions. Occasional theme nights.

    • Crown 73 Ermin Street Swindon SN3 4NL Telephone(01793) 827530

      Old coaching inn rebuilt in early part of the 19th century with later extensions. It has a wing with motel type accommodation adjacent to a large car park. The bar is in the centre of the open plan layout. Although the emphasis is on food and accommodation (21rooms), it serves 3B, Wiltshire Gold and another Arkell's seasonal ale. There is also a pleasant outside drinking area with a spring and lots of flowers in baskets (in the summer). Meals are served all day every day.

    • Deers Leap 141 Penhill Drive Swindon SN2 5DX Telephone(01793) 721981

      Newly refurbished community pub with new beers

    • Dockle Farmhouse 2 Bridge End Road Swindon SN3 4PD Telephone(01793) 838910

      Formerly the Greenbridge, this pub is now a Wetherspoons Lloyds No 1 Bar. It is a very extended pub, spreading over several buildings, with various seating areas and separate bars. One bar is the family bar where children are allowed up to 9pm. The other bar is the adult bar where the guest beers can be found. A quiz is held every Monday night, and a beer festival held twice a year. this pub serves up to 5 changing quest beers. Food served until 23.00.

    • Drink Valley Unit C Fleet Square Swindon SN1 1RQ Telephone(01793) 692980

      Swindon's newest brew-pub and naturally a Free house.

      A smart modern appearance with an open airy café style layout inside. There are 6 handpumps with three serving Drink Valley beers brewed on the brewery kit visible just behind the bar. Three handpumps are for guest beers. There are also 12 keg taps for craft beers and ciders.

      Good value Indian Street Food is available all day every day, although the menu is reduced on Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday evenings are 'Curry night' with food and drink combinations available from £10.99.

    • Duke of Edinburgh Cricklade Road Swindon SN2 1AE Telephone(01793) 523643

      Large bar with pool table round the back and additional seating. There are pool and darts teams. Sports orientated with two large TV screens. Meals can be served when required.

    • Eternal Optimist 1st & 2nd Floor, 1-3 Devizes Road Swindon SN1 4BJ

      Partnered with the Hop Kettle Brewery this exciting new bar is high above Devizes Road in Swindon Old Town. The entrance is next to the door into Los Gatos. The emphasis is on craft beers, but three real ales are available. Two are sourced from the Hop Kettle breweries with the third being a guest. Bar snacks are available.

    • Even Swindon Club 44 Percy Street Swindon SN2 2AZ Telephone(01793) 531559

      Even Swindon Club is a members only club, with affiliation to the club and institute union.

    • Fox & Hounds 10 High Street Swindon SN25 1HX Telephone(01793) 724749

      An Arkell's pub since December 2011. It looks pretty much as before. Traditional two bar pub that has been trading for well over a century in the village of Haydon Wick, that has been swallowed up by Swindon's northern expansion. Food is served 12-2 Tues-Sat and 6-9 Mon-Sat. There are darts, pool, and football teams, emphasizing its importance as a local serving the community.

    • Glue Pot 5 Emlyn Square Swindon SN1 5BP Telephone(01793) 497420

      The Glue Pot is an unspoilt corner pub which is part of the historic stone built Railway Village built in the 1840s and the last open pub there. There are five Hop Back or Downton ales (some seasonal) and plans to add more as business picks up. Local CAMRA cider pub of the year for 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, it stocks four real ciders. A range of sandwiches, wraps and subs is always available. Has an Allsopps logo on one window. Normally a quiet pub, but it gets quite busy at weekend evenings. There is a beer festival every Easter weekend.

    • Goddard Arms 1 High Street Old Town Swindon SN1 3EG Telephone(01793) 619090

      This grade II listed building has been owned by Stonegate Pub Co since 2013. It features five real ales and a cider. Friendly bar staff make it an enjoyable experience, if you use the car park go the bar first to get 3 hours free, don't put money in the machine which will be non-refundable in that case. Good value food is available all day 7 days a week making it very busy most of the time. Although there is Sports TV this is in the background. There is a large garden at the back and accommodation and a separate function room upstairs.

    • Greyhound 177 Faringdon Road Swindon SN1 5DL Telephone(01793) 534683

      Busy and popular local Victorian pub. Many original feature still there; nice large central bar. Large TV screen for sports broadcasts. Large car park and outdoor seating area behind the pub. Function room and restaurant behind the main bar. Music Saturday night.

    • GW 73 Station Road Swindon SN1 1DH Telephone(01793) 694997

      Victorian railway hotel opposite the railway station. Modern interior, inviting visitors to have a drink and a meal. Facilities include accommodation, conference facilities, catering for private parties, and a terrace bar. Two Arkell's regulars plus a seasonal one. A superb station waiting room too, with a departure screen showing next departures and if any delays.

    • Hall & Woodhouse Peglars Way Swindon SN1 7DA Telephone(01793) 209207

      The first thing you notice about this canal-side pub is the narrowboat projecting through the window. This has been made by a real boat builder and inside has several snug seating areas. Three Badger beers are regularly available, with the occasional guest Badger beer as well.

      The seating area wraps around the bar. To the left is the narrowboat, an above ground cellar and a large restaurant area with the open kitchen behind. Opposite the entrance is a terrace with tables that runs alongside the canal. There is a wide range of canal memorabilia decorating the pub.

      There is a large menu that is available all day.

    • Harvey West Swindon Centre Swindon SN5 7DL Telephone(01793) 872400

      Large estate pub, close to shopping and leisure centres. Friendly staff. Cask Marque accredited pub. Food is served 12-10 every day. Several TV screens. Loads of football banners adorn walls and ceilings. The pub sponsors the local ice hockey team. There is an enclosed beer garden at the back with mature chestnut trees. There is a disco once a month. Quiz nights are on Thursday and Sunday. The Thursday quiz is an electronic one. Recently refurbished Oct 2017.

    • Haydon Wick Working Mens Club 10 Blunsdon Road, Haydon Wick Swindon SN25 1JD Telephone(01793) 721028

      This large. modern club provides 2 real ales in the main bar. As well as the main bar there is a separate function room with a stage and air-conditioning for large events and a skittle alley. No food available apart from filled rolls unless arranged in advance. Membership is open to all for a small annual fee. Non-members can be signed in by existing members.

    • Hop Inn 8 Devizes Road Old Town Swindon SN1 4BH Telephone(01793) 613005

      Having begun the Devizes Road real ale boom, The Hop Inn moved two doors down from its original location in Spring 2019 to larger premises. This free-house now has eight hand pumps, serving six ever changing guest ales and the house ‘Hop’ brewed by Ramsbury. Two box ciders are available. The interior is decorated in an eclectic style, including tables and chairs made from reclaimed wood. Interesting, good value, food available from the 'Hop Nosh' kitchen. Live Real ale list at https://taplist.io/taplist-322116

    • Hop Kettle Brewery Tap Unit 4 Newcombe Drive Swindon SN2 1DZ Telephone(01793) 490556

      This is a genuine brewery tap, you can sit inside the brewery itself in touching distance of the equipment. There are 5 sets of tables and benches, and in better weather some of these are moved outside. There are 3 hand pumps serving a changing variety of Hop Kettle beers. There are also 5 craft beers available and a selection of bottled beers. No food, but visitors can bring their own. Only open Friday & Saturday, unless by prior arrangement.

    • Jovial Monk Highdown Way, St. Andrews Swindon SN25 4FD Telephone(01793) 727180

      Clean, modern, nicely decorated estate pub, owned by local brewer Arkell's. The pub has 6 en-suite rooms. Home cooked food served all day. Two regular Arkell's ales are on and the new manager has installed two additional pumps with a view to bringing in changing guests. Sport shown on several screens and can be split to show Sky and BT at the same time. Large clean conservatory is used for private functions. Pool and Darts teams. Overall a strange mix , hotel, local pub, sports bar, foodies destination, an electric mix but somehow the enthusiastic new host seems to make it all work.

    • Kembrey Inn Cricklade Road Swindon SN2 8YS Telephone(01793) 522215

      The Kembrey Inn opened in 2006. It is part of the Brewers Fayre chain. There is a Premier Inn attached to it. Both are Whitbread companies. Very much food orientated with lots of comfortable seating. There are themed food nights throughout the week. Please check the website. The website only has an 08701 number, where the caller pays a premium. Try 01793 522215. Sunday Carvery. Breakfast is served 6.30 t 10.30 Monday to Friday and 7.00 to 11.00 Saturday and Sunday.

    • Kings 20 Wood Street Swindon SN1 4AB Telephone(01793) 522156

      Large and comfortable Victorian hotel bar in the heart of Old Town. It was refurbished in 2018 and has a very smart interior. During the evenings and weekends the bar can become very busy and live sports are often shown. There is a separate restaurant and a large function room upstairs. There are five handpumps dedicated to Arkell's beers, with a further three for cider and perry - mostly Weston's and Thatcher’s. There is live music on Sunday evenings. There is a public car park at the rear, but charges apply.

    • Kingsdown Kingsdown Road Swindon SN2 7PE Telephone(01793) 824802

      This is Arkells brewery tap. A smart and traditional local with a very pleasant garden at the back. It is popular with office workers at lunchtime in need of sustenance to get them through a busy working day! The pub has darts, pool, crib and football teams. Four Arkell's ales are always on hand pump. Meals are served from 12 till 2 and 6 till 9, not Sunday evening. There are Jazz night on the last Thursday of each month.

    • Liden Arms Barrington Close Swindon SN3 6HP Telephone(01793) 433457

      Typical estate pub opened by Arkells in 1980. Used by locals and those working nearby. Live music Friday & TV/Satellite, mainly for football. Apart from 3B, a monthly Arkell's guest beer is featured.

    • Little Hop 7 Devizes Road Old Town Swindon SN1 4BJ Telephone(01793) 976833

      A rebirth for Swindon's first ‘micropub’ in association with Arbor Ales from Bristol. Opened as The Little Hop. In August 2019 in partnership with Arbor Ales, the pub was the site of The Hop Inn and in a former life was a sex shop. The small, brightly coloured, modern pub has five hand pumps, three of which showcase the latest creations from Arbor. In the corner of the pub there is a well stocked bottle fridge featuring beers mainly from the Bristol area. local art on the walls.

    • Longs Bar 86-87 Victoria Road Swindon SN1 3BB Telephone(01793) 534519

      Busy noisy young people's pub with Sky and BT Sports. It serves real ale again after a long break. Quiz night on Mondays. Food served - Mon-Sat 11am – 8.30pm; Sunday noon - 6pm.

    • Lydiard Beefeater Great Western Way Swindon SN5 8UY Telephone(01793) 881490

      Large Beefeater pub and restaurant with beer garden. There are usually two real ales from a rotating list of guest beers. A 63 bedroom Premier Inn is attached.

    • Mackenzies 16 Wood Street Swindon SN1 4AB Telephone(01793) 430111

      Well established Cafe bar in the popular Wood Street area of Old Town. Food is available all day, starting with breakfast which is available until midday. Very busy on weekend evenings with late opening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Although the emphasis is on food, one real ale is available.

    • Manor Cheney Manor Road Swindon SN2 2NX Telephone(01793) 535318

      One Large lounge bar with lots of seating areas with a family area and a separate function room with pool table. There is a children’s play area with bouncy castle. Monthly Quiz and Live Music.

    • Manor Farm Lady Lane Swindon SN25 1JE Telephone(01793) 705222

      Manor Farm is a listed 17th century farmhouse with modern extensions, housing the main bar and restaurant. This is a busy "destination" pub and a well supported local trade later in the evening, They generally prefer Marston's beers, as regular, but they now have 35 beers on the list, the six pumps are constantly changing, giving the appearance and fell of a free house. Meals are available every day in the restaurant but give way at 8.30 on Sunday evening to very popular and lucrative quiz night. Situated just behind the orbital shopping centre, easy to locate.

    • Merlin Drove Road Swindon SN1 3AF Telephone(01793) 431496

      Big open plan roadside pub. Three hand pumps serve two regular beers and one guest from the SIBA list. Separate area with three pool tables. There are several TV screens on the walls showing sports. The pub is very popular with away fans when Swindon Town FC play at home. Meals are served 12 - 9 every day and there is a comprehensive Allergen menu available. Themed food nights throughout the week. There is also an upstairs function room for hire.

    • Messenger Covingham Square Swindon SN3 5AA Telephone(01793) 524838

      Large modern estate pub in a shopping precinct. One huge bar on different levels, with separate area for pool. 13 TV screens and three Sky boxes.Quiz nights, pool tournaments and occasional live music and DJs. Food is served 12 - 9 every day. Parking is in the council car park for the shops. Cider available on handpump normally from Lilly's

    • Moonrakers Cricklade Road Swindon SN2 5AA Telephone(01793) 721017

      Large 1930s pub (Arkell's biggest pub) by a busy roundabout in north Swindon. It underwent major refurbishment in 2004. It is now a large and airy L-shaped bar/lounge with strong colours. Several slightly raised areas with banisters exist that have comfortable settees and armchairs. The pub has darts, crib and pool teams. There is a large attractively furnished function room with its own bar at the back, ideal for parties and other events.

    • New Century Working Mens Club 5, Bright Street Swindon SN2 8BU Telephone(01793) 523167

      Friendly back street club. Two pound signing fee for non-members Bingo Thursday and Sunday night from 8.00pm, and Sunday afternoon from 1.00pm Live band every Saturday night.

    • New Inn Swindon Road Swindon SN3 4PN Telephone(01793) 822081

      The New Inn is open again. Ross Morgan, who has been running the Crown at the other end of Stratton for the last five years, has also taken on the New Inn. The New Inn closed early Jan 2015. This is an open-plan pub, which is very lively in the evenings. There is an emphasis on sports, with a strong darts-playing culture. Show live sports.

    • Plough 26 Devizes Road Swindon SN1 4BQ Telephone(01793) 610694

      A popular Old Town destination taken over by a mother and daughter team in October 2020 giving it a more relaxed feel. The inside is compact and well laid out with a small additional room at the back. There is a small terrace at the rear overlooking what used to be a railway line. There is only one real ale, Arkell's 3Bs. There is a quiz on Tuesday evenings.

    • Queens Tap 74 Station Road Swindon SN1 1DG Telephone(01793) 535395

      Situated directly opposite Swindon railway station this is a convenient stop for commuters and locals alike. Two real ales are stocked from a rotating list of mainly regional brewers. Tastefully refurbished in 2018 it now features a more open bar counter and smarter seating. Good value ‘pub grub’ is available everyday. Hidden behind is a small walled garden with its own bar when required. All major TV sporting events are shown.

    • Queenstown Working Mens Club Dudmore Road Swindon SN3 1AF Telephone(01793) 521546

      Family-orientated social club

    • Rat Trap Highworth Road Swindon SN3 4TF Telephone(01793) 823282

      This popular road-side pub is much larger than it appears. As well as a lounge and separate bar there is a function room at the back and outside bar facilities. The pub serves a good range of Arkell’s beers. Apart from the two regular beers there is another Arkell’s beer; often a seasonal. The pub has an extensive menu including changing specials. It is also home to darts and crib teams. There is easy access from the A419 and M4 Junction 15.

    • Roaring Donkey 6 Albert Street Swindon SN1 3HJ Telephone(01793) 529916

      Part of an attractive row of stone cottages. A traditional back street local with an unusual name. Although called the Rising Sun for more than a century it was always known as the Roaring Donkey; a name it formally adopted in 1999. As you enter the pub there is a small wood panelled bar on the right. To the left is a larger lounge with a free jukebox. There is live music on Wednesday evenings and Poker on Thursday evenings.

    • Robins Farm Latham Road Swindon SN25 4DL Telephone(01793) 726424

      Opened in February 2016 this modern pub majors on food and is family friendly with a large children’s play area at the back of the pub. There is a large carvery, said to be the biggest in Swindon, and seating for 300 people. Breakfast is served from 8am to 11am, then the main food service runs from 11.30am to 9.30pm. In addition take aways are available from the carvery and there is ‘Cakeaway’ and ice cream parlour. Four real ales are served, but there is not a dedicated drinkers area.

    • Rolleston Arms 73 Commercial Road Swindon SN1 5NX Telephone(01793) 526600

      Victorian pub with large L-shaped bar and pleasant atmosphere. Established as a regular live music venue (Fri & Sat). The music venue 'Level 3' is next door.

    • Rudi's 21 Regent Circus Swindon SN1 1PR Telephone(01793) 523892

      Smart bar cum restaurant on two floors with a function room upstair. Interesting menu. Breakfast served all week 9.30 to noon. Main menu served 10am - 9pm Mon - Sat and Sunday lunch noon - 4.30pm. Three real ales from Arkell;s on hand pump. ' £3.60 a pint at time of last visit.

    • Runner Wootton Bassett Road Swindon SN1 4NQ Telephone(01793) 523903

      This Victorian Arkell's pub was leased to Beefeater Inns in 1985 to become one of their pub/restaurants. It opened again as an Arkell's house in December 2008 and was renamed the Runner as part of a major refurbishment in 2013. The pub caters for all ages and provides food all day 7 days a week.

    • Savoy 38-40 Regent Street Swindon SN1 1JL Telephone(01793) 533970

      Lively town-centre pub, converted from and ground floor of 1930s cinema and is the oldest Wetherspoon in Swindon. Friendly atmosphere and quite spacious on many different levels and separated areas. 1930s cinema photos and information on walls. Two small TV screens which are mainly silent. Toilet facilities on same floor. Handy for theatre, cinema, restaurants and shopping. Very large selection of well-kept beers on long bar. Food served 8am-11pm.

    • Shield & Dagger Thames Avenue Swindon SN25 3NT Telephone(01793) 432994

      A large, well maintained estate pub with two rooms. There is a large bar area with sports TV and fruit machines. The separate lounge bar is where food is served and can be hired as a function room. There is food on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, often themed such as steak night. The pub has regular charity events raising money for the NSPCC.

    • Sir Daniel Arms 4 Fleet Street Swindon SN1 1RQ Telephone(01793) 509270

      This Lloyds No. 1 bar Wetherspoon pub opened 4-Jun-07 after a complete refurbishment. It is on the site of the original Sir Daniel Arms, a Victorian pub demolished in 2000. Downstairs is a large open bar with varying comfortable seating arrangements and a lot of dark wood panelling creating quite a smart atmosphere. There is a similar bar upstairs with outside balcony seating. Apart from its two regular beers it features six guest beers. At least one real cider is served (bag in box). Meals are served from opening time until 11pm.

    • Southbrook Inn Southbrook Street Swindon SN2 1HF Telephone(01793) 513540

      Impressive entrance in to this old stone farmhouse now converted and is now a thriving community pub. Two separate bars, one on the right hand side mainly for eating and left hand bar with two areas with dartboard and cups from competitions. The ale at this pub is perfectly served, also good hospitality from the landlord & staff.e food menu is good. The current landlord is the manager of the Swindon Speedway side, and displays trophies currently held. The pub has a sporty feel, with regular televised events.

    • Spotted Cow Coate Swindon SN3 6AA Telephone(01793) 485832

      Large single-bar food and child-orientated Greene King pub. All alcove seat have their own TV screens.

    • Steam Railway 14 Newport Street Swindon SN1 3DX Telephone(01793) 538048

      Originally a coaching inn, this large pub has a split personality. To the right is a small wood-panelled bar serving four real ales, two of them guest beers. One guest is a national brand while the second is more adventurous. The larger part of the pub is given over to live sports coverage and music. Much improved by a major refurbishment in October 2018, the interior now features Railway memorabilia. There is Karaoke on Friday nights.

    • Strawberry Thief 31 Mackay Close Swindon SN25 2PY Telephone(01793) 315300

      Situated at the gateway to the new Tadpole Village Development in North Swindon, this huge modern pub/restaurant is a flagship house of local Swindon brewer, Arkell's. The pub open in June in celebration of the queens70 years on the throne, It is modern in every respect and a huge outside patio area,( populated by timber dining pods for inclement weather) looks out towards what will be the cricket pitch. 4 hand pumps , 2 with changing Arkell's ales,and another pump with cider and a varied menu. Booking is advisable. It is Arkell's newest and biggest pub project, a large single storey building.

    • Sun Inn Coate Swindon SN3 6AA Telephone(01793) 523292

      Large popular open plan food-orientated pub close to Coate Water country park. Extensive garden with thatched summer house and children’s adventure play ground. Please visit the website for regular and occasional events.Two regulars plus one Arkell's seasonal beer available. Meal times are 12-9.30 Mon-Sat and 12-9 Sun.

    • Swindon Conservative Club 20 Bath Rd Swindon SN1 4BA Telephone(01793) 522779

      This large, imposing Victorian building has several linked rooms including a function room for events. Guests can be signed in by a member for a £1 charge. There are 5 hand pumps and normally 4 real ales available, 5 at busy periods. There is always Wadworth 6X and at least one from Arkell's featured. The remaining beers are guests with regional breweries often featured. Food lunchtimes only and not on Monday or Wednesday

    • Swiss Chalet Chapel Street Swindon SN2 8DA Telephone(01793) 535610

      Large single-bar pub with double entrance into bar with wheelchair access via a ramp to one of them. It has several darts teams and sponsors two local football teams. Quiz night on Thu. It has seven TV screens for live sports. It also home to the Swindon Chelsea Supporters Club.

    • Tap & Brew 51 Devizes Road Swindon SN1 4BG

      The Tap & Brew is latest addition to the Old Town beer scene and features its own micro-brewery. The inside is plain and functional with a variety of seating options. The 6 hand pumps and 14 keg taps sell a full range of beers from both the Cricklade and Swindon Hop Kettle breweries as well as its own experimental and limited run beers. You can also purchase Hop Kettle merchandise and beers to takeaway.

    • Tawny Owl Queen Elizabeth Drive Swindon SN25 1WP Telephone(01793) 706770

      Large modern Arkells pub in Taw Hill on Thamesdown Drive. Whilst largely open plan, the pub is cleverly sectioned into traditional sports bar, several eating areas, and a quiet soft seating area for newspapers, reading or quiet conversation. The pub mayors on food and new menus seek to provide a good value package. Popular amongst travellers, there are 5 rooms for guests, and breaksfast is now served to all comers from 10.00. A large car park, extensive grass area with a splendid childrens play park, and the number 15 bus stopping right outside, Unusually for Arkell's, a guest beer alternates with two regular house beers. footpath to "Mouldon Hill County Park" (5 minutes away) crosses the North end of the car park.

    • Toby Carvery Friary Elstree Way Swindon SN25 4YX Telephone(01793) 702081

      Large and popular family carvery with a clean, modern interior and friendly staff. Food is served 8am to 10pm everyday. There are three regular real ales and the pub is Cask Marque accredited. There is a large garden area.

    • Tuppenny 58-59 Devizes Road Swindon SN1 4BD Telephone(01793) 323643

      The Tuppenny opened in November 2016 in premises formally used as a hairdressers. The emphasis is on craft drinks with a range of keg craft from the likes of Renegade, Electric Bear and others. There are two handpumps on the bar serving real ales from the West Berkshire brewery. The inside has a low ceiling and is quite dark giving it a cosy feel, although it can become a bit of a squash when it is busy. The name comes from the Victorian Tuppenny gin which was a more refined premium product than the infamous “Mother’s ruin” gin. Free WiFi. Open from 8.30 till 12.00 for coffee and cake.

    • Victoria 88 Victoria Road Swindon SN1 3BD Telephone(01793) 535713

      Lively pub with lots of entertainment - music and other events as well. The bar has three hand pumps. There is a raised seating area on the left with comfortable settees and benches. The downstairs bar was renovated in 2006. This is where the entertainment happens - music, DJs, quiz nights, comedy and even films.

    • Village Ramleaze Drive Swindon SN5 5PY Telephone(01793) 874601

      Large estate pub in West Swindon - lounge and separate bar with pool table. Meals are served 12-9 every day. Many social activities: life music Friday night, music quiz Thursday night, general knowledge quiz Sunday night, karaoke first Saturday of the month. There are also pool and cribbage teams.

    • Waiting Room 59 Fleet Street Swindon SN1 1RA

      Formerly known as the Locomotive and the Mail Coach this historic pub reopened in March 2018 under the new name of the Waiting Room. There is a long single bar with 2 real ales. Live music and live sports shown. No food available.

    • Wheatsheaf Ermin Street Swindon SN3 4NH Telephone(01793) 823149

      Attractive stone building on Ermin Street, one of the major roads in Roman Britain. When the pub was built in the 1830s, this would have been quite a rural setting, now very much part of urban Swindon. L-shaped bar/lounge with a low ceiling. Apart from 3B, another seasonal Arkell's beer is served. Occasional events like a summer party.

    • Wheatsheaf 32 Newport Street Swindon SN1 3DP Telephone(01793) 488968

      This large Old Town pub has wooden casks in the front bar, but these do not store beer. This is pumped up by air pressure from steel casks in the cellar. The front bar is cosy while the back bar opens up into a larger area and can get busy on the weekend. After a gap of many years food is now available everyday with breakfast available on Friday morning. The guest beer comes from the Wadworth guest list.

    • White Hart Oxford Road Swindon SN3 4JD Telephone(01793) 822272

      Large roadside pub which was refitted in 2007 at considerable expense. There are many separate parts to this pub including comfortable seating and eating areas. Apart from the Arkells 3B, another two Arkells ales are served. Food is available between noon and 9 (8 on Sundays). This is a very lively pub with numerous sports teams.

    • Wichel Inn 2 Frogden Road Swindon SN1 7AP Telephone(01793) 688766

      This Marston's pub opened 28-May-12. Beers: Marstons Pedigree +2 rotating beers from the Marstons stable (i.e. Jennings/Ringwood/Wychwood/Banks). Spacious well laid out pub in the same order as the new standard big estate pubs catering for families. Cycle Rack in Car Park and food done from 12-10 Mon-Fri and 12-9 Sundays.

    • Windmill Worsley Road Swindon SN5 8LY Telephone(01793) 873227

      Local in modern village - large bars, large eating area, large outdoor area and large TV screens. Very sports orientated. Can get quite noisy when football is on TV. Apart from Greene King IPA,3 beers from the GK stable are available. Now grade 11 listed.

    • Woodlands Edge Midwinter Close Swindon SN5 5EZ Telephone(01793) 887635

      The pub was built in rapidly expanding West Swindon and opened Christmas 1997. Two bars, a garden and ample parking. Part of the Hungry Horse chain - a Greene King company. It has daily meal offers.

    • Wyvern Tavern 49-50 Bridge Street Swindon SN1 1BL Telephone(01793) 484924

      Large town centre chain pub which unusually has a better than average interest and sale of real ales and ciders. It has 1 regular and 5 changing guest beers. Can be very lively at weekends and later week evenings. They have a number of TV screens and is essentially a sports bar with a number of screens showing various sports and news during the week. Facilities all on one level. Refurbished in 2019 with more seating and name change.

  • Upavon
    • Antelope 3 High Street Upavon SN9 6EA Telephone(01980) 630025

      This historic 18th century coaching inn has had its interior much improved in recent years and is now smart and cosy with large open fireplaces and a separate snug off the main bar. There is a dining room at the back offering traditional meals using local ingredients. There are two Wadworth beers available, plus their seasonal guests. There is accommodation upstairs and in a new separate block making this a popular B&B destination. Food served everyday.

    • Ship 10 High Street Upavon SN9 6EA Telephone(01980) 630313

      Popular village pub now locally owned and run. Parts of this Grade II listed building date from the 15th century. Inside it combines traditional wooden beams with a light open appearance. The decorations, including a huge model of the Cutty Sark, are of nautical or local interest. There are six real ales with 4 of them being locally sourced guest ales. There is an extensive menu making use of local ingredients when available. Tuesday is ‘Chip Shop at The Ship’ evening and Thursday is steak night. Occasional live music.

  • Wanborough
    • Brewers Arms High Street Wanborough SN4 0AE Telephone(01793) 790707

      Traditional pub with a new twist. Great food, friendly atmosphere and a fantastic décor for all seasons. Dine alfresco in summer in our extensive grounds, or in our cosy restaurant in winter, where you choose from our homemade classics and locally sourced ingredients. New our waffle and coffee shop is open from 10-3,00 from Monday to Saturday.

    • Cross Keys 5 Burycroft Road Wanborough SN4 0AP Telephone(01793) 790302

      Renovated country inn with chic dining rooms serving unfussy food and local ales in a casual vibe.Several drinking areas and separate restaurant all available for eating in

    • New Calley Arms 2 Ham Road Wanborough SN4 0DF Telephone(01793) 790615

      Dating from 1847 this popular locals' pub replaced the Old Calley Arms opposite (now a private house) which was named after a local Cavalry officer and MP. It originally had its own brewhouse which is now the darts room, home to two darts teams. The large cellars remain and part form the storage for the modern pub. The pub has a light and airy feel, with an open and a log-burner in use when required.

    • Plough Inn High Street Wanborough SN4 0AE Telephone(01793) 790523

      This thatched pub is Grade II listed dating back to 1730, The plough is steeped in history and offers a great range of real ale and an ever changing guest ale. Cask marque received in August 2017. Dog and family friendly with open fireplaces, the Plough is full of Quirky Antiques and knick-knacks. There is a quiz night the second Sunday of each month from 8pm with the pub staying open until 10.30pm

  • West Overton
    • Bell at West Overton 93 Bath Road West Overton SN8 1QD Telephone(01672) 861099

      This attractively refurbished Free house is next to the busy A4. There is a strong emphasis on food with dishes using local, and in some case home grown, ingredients. The beer choice features up to 3 local ales. In the summer there is an outside bar serving a secluded rear patio garden with delightful views across the water meadows and the local countryside.

  • Wilcot
    • Golden Swan Wilcot SN9 5NN Telephone(01672) 562289

      This picturesque pub is 300 yards from the Kennet & Avon canal. It reputably has the steepest thatched roof in Wiltshire. Inside there is a small public bar with an open fire, a snug and a lounge where home cooked food is served. All the four real ales are from Wadworth in nearby Devizes. In the summer there is often an additional Wadworth guest. The pub has its own camp site with toilet & shower block. There is a barn for private functions and events and a skittle alley on request. First Sunday of the month is quiz night. Look out for their Oktoberfest with Brass Band each October.

  • Wilton
    • Swan Wilton SN8 3SS Telephone(01672) 870274

      This popular village pub near the Kennet and Avon canal (lock 61) has an open and attractive interior. It is close to the Crofton Beam engines and Wiltshire's only working windmill. Real ales are served by a mixture of handpumps and gravity with the beer board displaying the distance to the brewery underlining the commitment to local produce. This is also evident in the good quality food. No evening meals on Sunday. Covered space in the garden.

  • Winterbourne Bassett
    • Winterbourne Winterbourne Bassett SN4 9QB Telephone(01793) 731257

      This pub was bought by the community and fully refurbished in 2018. Set in the very attractive village of Winterbourne Bassett, which is a just off the A4361 north of Avebury, the pub has several rooms served by a central bar. The pub has a large pleasant garden as well as a car park. The conservatory features a small cafe and informal seating, open from 11am. The pub acts as a meeting place for several local clubs and is accessible from the Ridgeway path which is about 1 mile.

  • Winterbourne Monkton
    • New Inn Winterbourne Monkton SN4 9NW Telephone(01672) 539793

      This friendly local, just off the Swindon to Devizes road north of Avebury, re-opened in December 2018 after it had been closed for approximately 6 years. There are two real ales served on gravity from nearby Broadtown brewery, plus one from Backyard brewery served using a 'KeyCask' dispense. Food is available, including for takeaway. Check their website for details. There is a marquee in the grounds for large events and B&B rooms onsite.

  • Wootton Rivers
    • Royal Oak Wootton Rivers SN8 4NQ Telephone(01672) 810322

      A 16th-century newly thatched building with a bar, small games room next to it, a lounge with a roaring fire in winter and a large separate restaurant. There are low ceilings and exposed beams giving it an appropriate “olde worlde” feel. Conveniently close to the Kennet and Avon canal the pub is dog friendly. There is an extensive menu with many ingredients from local producers. The accommodation consists of seven rooms. Bus service needs to be booked.

  • Wroughton
    • Brown Jack 1 Priors Hill Wroughton SN4 0RT Telephone(01793) 812403

      Attractive Edwardian red brick pub dating from 1902. Fully refurbished in March 2020 this is a local which is involved in numerous activities and home to many and varied teams. The pub also has a skittle alley. This is the place where the air rifle shooting club meet, practice on Sundays. A new kitchen now offers a good value range of pub favourites and lighter bites such as filled baguettes. Food available all day.

    • Carters Rest 57 High Street Wroughton SN4 9JU Telephone07816 134966

      This popular real ale pub was refurbished in 2017 to give a it a smart new interior which retains the two room feel although there is only one shared bar. There are 12 handpumps, but currently the beer range is 7 with 8 on the weekend. Beers are mainly sourced from SIBA using breweries within a 50 mile radius, but occasionally beers from further afield are featured. There are Darts on Monday, a Poker night on Tuesday, Crib on Wednesdays, Quiz on Thursdays, and a traditional meat draw on Sunday.

    • Check Inn 79 Woodland View Wroughton SN4 9AA

      Under new management since April 2022 this former Fuller's pub is hidden away down a residential cul-de-sac on the Swindon edge of Wroughton. Now free of tie it features three changing beers sourced locally. There is also real cider available. Old Wroughton photographs decorate the walls. No food at the moment.

    • Fox & Hounds 1 Markham Road Wroughton SN4 9JT Telephone(01793) 815415

      This traditional local has been updated and the main bar is now open and airy with plenty of tables and chairs and a wood burner. Arkell’s 3B is always available together with another of the regular Arkell’s range and Arkell’s seasonal beers. Meals are served 12-2.30 and 6-9.30. Birthdays, engagements and similar events can be catered for in the Fox's Den dining room. Eight en-suite rooms are available. In the summer there is an outside bar and marquee. Live music on Friday evenings.

    • Iron Horse Kerrs Way Wroughton SN4 9EJ Telephone(01793) 812944

      A pleasant modern estate pub with a large open-plan bar. Up to 4 real ales are available including a Greene King seasonal and a guest beer. There are TV screens showing sports events. Pub games include pool, darts and crib. Food every lunchtime and some evenings. Live music on a Thursday evening.

    • White Hart High Street Wroughton SN4 9JX Telephone(01793) 812436

      Charming thatched pub set back from the main road. Inside there is a large wood panelled area with some partitions and a low ceiling. There are normally 3 real ales available, all from Butcombe. The pub is quite food orientated and breakfast is available everyday from 8-11am as well as lunch and evening meals. There are 10 en-suite rooms.

    • Wroughton Club 15 Devizes Road, Wroughton SN4 0SA Telephone(01793) 812319

      The Wroughton Club is a Family Friendly Private Members Club and has featured as the principle social venue in Wroughton being at the heart of the local community for over 120 years. New members and ‘signed in’ guests are welcome, Quiz night twice monthly.