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Crown & Anchor Inn
7 miles away
After being restored with ‘a lot of care’ by two local families, this village pub, in a ‘dear little hamlet’ close to Avebury stone circle, is ‘a lovely weekend-country-break sort of place’, say Guide inspectors, who received a warm welcome.
This 18th-century red brick free house was at risk of going to the dogs when Martyn Reed and Catriona Galbraith stepped in, refurbished throughout and re-established it in 2015 as a dining pub-with-rooms at the heart of a village at the foot of the Downs.
Outstanding food and beautiful bedrooms can be found alongside some charming touches at Simon Page and Jason King's pretty pub, with its hanging baskets at the door and teapots with fluffy cosies displayed at the bar.
You can arrive by narrow boat and tie up by this Georgian pub on a peaceful stretch of the Thames with views of the eponymous stone bridge, or simply watch others messing about in boats as you sip a beer in the riverside garden.
Among the neat rows of Cotswold houses, this ‘equally pristine’ 17th-century pub with extensions sideways and upwards, offers a ‘really pleasant place to stay’ as well as acting as a village social hub, with bar, restaurant and even a deli selling bread, cakes, coffee and local produce.