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The Cabin - a very quiet location, hotel in Pewsey

Providing a garden, The Cabin - a very quiet location offers accommodations in Pewsey. The campground, set in a building dating from 2013, provides free Wifi and free private parking.

8.3
Scored 8.3
Very Good
Rated very good
7 reviews
Price from$57.45per night
Studio above Worlds End microbrewery and behind the Crown Inn Pewsey, hotel in Pewsey

Studio above Worlds End microbrewery and behind the Crown Inn Pewsey offers accommodations in Pewsey, 23 miles from Salisbury Cathedral and 23 miles from Lacock Abbey.

Friendly and helpful staff. Room was fine, no cooking facilities except for tea & coffee, which were provided. Ideal for our one night stay, a short walk to the town centre.
8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
87 reviews
Price from$80.43per night
The Green Dragon, hotel in Pewsey

The Green Dragon has a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Marlborough. Offering a bar, the property is located within 16 miles of Lydiard Park.

Great room. Great communication. Lovely location.
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
305 reviews
Price from$112.80per night
Castle and Ball by Greene King Inns, hotel in Pewsey

In a 16th-century inn, Castle and Ball is rich in character, and features a traditional restaurant and ale bar.

Comfy bed, very clean, fabulous location!!
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
1,743 reviews
Price from$109.15per night
The Marlborough, hotel in Pewsey

The 15th-century inn The Marlborough offers boutique accommodations and a rustic bar and restaurant on Marlborough’s pretty High Street.

The area was great with easy access to many sites, incuding Highclere. Many shops on main street.
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
653 reviews
Price from$139.03per night
Little Owl Barn, hotel in Pewsey

Little Owl Barn offers accommodations in Marlborough, 19 miles from Newbury Racecourse and 20 miles from Stonehenge. This property offers access to a patio, free private parking, and free Wifi.

A lovely location. It was private, peaceful, very clean and spacious. Lovely little details to make the place stylish and guests feel comfortable. Everything was provided for a short stay. Good communication from owner throughout booking.
9.5
Scored 9.5
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
42 reviews
Price from$178.73per night
The Lamb Inn, hotel in Pewsey

Located in Marlborough and within 15 miles of Lydiard Park, The Lamb Inn features a bar, non-smoking rooms, and free WiFi.

It felt like "Cheers" a warm,friendly pub. It instantly became my "local". In fact I'm there now.
7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
431 reviews
Price from$114.90per night
THE SHEARS INN, hotel in Pewsey

Located in Marlborough, 15 miles from Stonehenge, THE SHEARS INN has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

The welcome from the staff so friendly the whole time. Very peaceful location
8.9
Scored 8.9
Excellent
Rated excellent
69 reviews
Price from$145.54per night
Little Paradise in Marlborough, hotel in Pewsey

Little Paradise in Marlborough enjoys a location in Marlborough, 25 miles from Stonehenge and 26 miles from Cotswold Water Park.

8.8
Scored 8.8
Excellent
Rated excellent
70 reviews
Price from$95.43per night
Michaelmas Cottage Upavon, hotel in Pewsey

Michaelmas Cottage Upavon is located in Upavon, just 11 miles from Stonehenge and 15 miles from Old Sarum. This bed and breakfast provides free private parking, daily room service, and free Wifi.

9.8
Scored 9.8
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
31 reviews
Price from$137.88per night
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What Guests Said About Pewsey:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    This trip was a trip down memory lane.

    This trip was a trip down memory lane. The area is scenic and the locals are friendly. Facilities and shops in the village are good. This is a large village that has expanded over the years but does not appear to have lost its old identity
    Robin
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    We were there to visit a friend.

    We were there to visit a friend. But it is an interesting village on the Avon. Church historically interesting. On a Monday morning very difficult to find a cup of coffee, tried The Lunch Box but do not recommend, strong smell of fatty grease and coffee pretty awful.
    moira
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Went with morris side and danced at various pub in village,...

    Went with morris side and danced at various pub in village, skittle alley at Royal Oak which is fun, only one sitdown Indian eating place which can't remember name! which was lovely in the main street. Small village easy to walk everywhere.
    Helen
    United Kingdom