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The Barge Inn, Honeystreet - pub details

Barge Inn

Address: Honeystreet, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 5PS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5772) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Pewsey (4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 27 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Seven Stars, Pewsey (1.6 miles), Pelican, Devizes (2.0 miles), Kings Arms, All Cannings (2.0 miles)

 

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Went for lunch today and it will not be repeated, the ales were okay but the god the food was awful. The item I bought was awful it should have been warm, and after talking to other locals and people who live very near to this pub the general feeling is that the chef needs replacing, it should be lovely, great setting full of tradition, what a shame. We will not return anytime soon.
Lilachen - 5 Jul 2014 19:18
Dropped in again after seeing the pub on Tony Robinson's "Walking through History" program on Channel4. All I can say is 'Wiltsmans' report below is way off the mark. Either that or 'Spoons is more to his taste.The refit looks great and their own Croppie ale was well kept. The location right next to the canal is fantastic and probably gets very busy in summer with crop circle hunters, so good to visit this time of year to appreciate the decor.
Benson_Hedges - 30 Nov 2013 18:54
Formerly a fantastic pub. After a refit and feature on TV the pub has lost all it's character and serves very poorly kept and re-branded Stonehenge ales. Food is standard pub fare and pretty uninspiring but it's aimed at the adjacent camp site. Location is Fantastic.
Wiltsman - 6 Oct 2013 15:00
Just returned from a fantastic weekend here. The camp site is in beautiful settings, the pub was clean, welcoming and the food and beer fantastic. One of the friendliest pubs I have been to and the staff couldn't do enough to help.
juehoo - 2 Jun 2013 16:39
I'm told it had just re-opened prior to my visit after a new refit. Done a great job, just what a 'real' pub should look like. Noticed it's the local CAMRA "Pub of the year" and I would certainly concur with that, just wished it was close enough to be my local. Had a couple of pints of 1810 their own locally brewed ale, well kept and went down a treat.
Benson_Hedges - 26 Dec 2012 11:25

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