The Beckford Arms is a traditional yet stylish country pub located on the edge of the stunning rolling parkland of the Fonthill Estate in south Wiltshire just off the A303 - only twenty minutes from Stonehenge or Salisbury and under two hours from London by car or train.
The Beckford offers great food in a classic pub environment with simple yet stylish bedrooms at great prices from £95 to £130/room including breakfast. The pub has a main bar, restaurant, sitting room, a private dining room in the library, eight bedrooms, and a large, very pretty garden and terrace.
A short walk away, we have two fabulous lodges "Splendens Pavilions" which are also very reasonably priced at £175/lodge including breakfast on weekdays and £195 on weekends.
New Walk Throughs
The wood-fired oven will be fired up from the 1st of May on Friday evenings (4pm til 9pm) and from June the 6th also on Saturdays (noon til 9pm). If there is bad weather forecast on a particular date we will notify on the website and on our Facebook page. Click here for more info.
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Our new Wine Shop
Visit our new wine shop, The Beckford Bottle Shop, in nearby Tisbury for a fantastic selection of over 300 wines from around the World, craft beers and ciders and spirits. A modern wine shop with old fashioned values.
In The News
- Top 10 Gastro Pubs in South West
- Vanity Fair A list "A jewel of a pub"
- Boutique Hotels - "The Perfect Pub Stay"
- Lonely Planet Traveller
- Red Online
- A review for the mature traveller
- Charles Campion's review
- 50 Best British Hotels
- Silverbrow on Food (Lodges)
- Emma Louise Layla's Blog
- Pooches & Peonies
- The Independent
- Harpers Bazaar 'A' List
- Beckford named UK Dining Pub of the Year 2013 by "The Good Pub Guide"
- The Telegraph
We are open for breakfast at 8am.
|Mon – Sat||8am to 11.00pm|
|Sunday||8am to 10.30pm|
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Visit our sister pub in Mells near Frome in Somerset
Clare and Joanna's fabulous cookery day classes. Get signed up quick, as there are limited places and these will sell out fast. Also try 'Seasonal Club' drop-ins.
What's The Weather?
Not always accurate but a pretty good guide! Click here for the latest local weather forecast from the BBC.