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Located in Pewsey, 24 mi from Newbury, Circles Guest House provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a private bathroom. It was clean, refurbished in welcoming tones. New bathroom with great toiletries. The bed was very comfortable, the room was warm on arrival and quiet on the night I was there. I’d be very happy to stay again.
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.
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.
Pewsey village (with its old bridge over the Avon) is lovely and friendly - the surrounding area, including the gorgeous historic Neolithic downs (with its many ancient monuments, incl Avebury’s standing stones and ancient long barrows) is amazing - beautiful to walk in or drive through. There are many nice cafes in the area - Honeystreet Cafe, The Charlton Cat on the road to Devizes and Sticks and Stones in nearby Woodborough. Devizes us a great historic town only 15 or so mins’ drive from Pewsey, as is lovely Marlborough in the opposite direction. The Vale of Pewsey is a gorgeous area.
Loved being in centre of village. Husband especially liked the quirky shed bar two minutes walk away. We visited Salisbury market on a Tuesday. Had a lovely lunch in nearby Marlsbrough. Visited relatives nearby. Barges two minutes walk away. Friendly people.
We got married locally so this was a great place to stay. The Pewsey area is well worth exploring, there is a lovely canal walk and the town is small and quaint. There are some great pubs nearby also, The Swan at Enford, The Red Lion at East Chisenbury is Michelin starred, The Ship in Upavon does generous portions and have lovely food including fish and chips and a pizza oven.
Pewsey has pretty much everything you need from a small town and is all within walking distance. You do however need a degree to figure out the 'wiggly bus' timetable! Every one is so friendly. There are some great hostelries too. I can recommend The Waterfront on the wharf, excellent food, local ales, outside seating along the canal and friendly locals. A MUST is a visit to the Barge Inn in neighbouring Honeystreet. Check out the pub's ceiling - incredible! For real ale aficionados, go find the Shed Alehouse. It's essentially a front room converted to a micro pub selling excellent local ales. Be prepared to sit with strangers and chat!