Opening times

12:00pm - 10:30pm
Mon - Sat
11:30am - 11:00pm
Mon - Sat
12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun - -
12:00pm - 6:00pm

The Waggon and Horses, Beckhampton

We are now open all day, every day,
Food served -12 - 2.30pm 6.30-9pm Monday - Saturday

Sundays 12-6pm

During a 5 week period starting from the 19th September and finishing on the 21st October we will be having some exterior works done on our pub, there will be scaffolding on the front and a small section of our car park will have building materials placed in two of the blocks.Please be assured that all health and safety precautions will be carried out so there will be no risk to anyone.

We are still open during this time, so please come and join us for a coffee or light lunch.

We are very proud to have been accredited by the coeliac society, and that we now have a dedicated Gluten Free Menu

A peaceful beer garden, overlooking the mysterious Silbury Hill, quintessentially British and a great resting point between Marlborough and Devizes

It's hard to miss this old gem of a pub on the main A4 as you drive between Devizes and Marlborough. Famous as the inspiration for a scene in Dickens' The Pickwick Papers, this four hundred year old inn represents what an English pub should look like.

The Waggon and Horses is a quintessential and traditional thatched pub, built in 1669 with the foundation stones made of sarsen stone, which the locals believe to be from the Avebury stones.

Legend has it that the Waggon and Horses has two resident ghosts one of which is believed to be that of a previously landlady, in traditional white attire people have claimed to see her standing on the drinkers side of the bar although she is very harmless, the other is a Victorian Gent who stands at the fireplace, smoking a pipe with a little dog asleep beside him, people also claim that they have smelt the aroma of a pipe burning!

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The Waggon and Horses is in ideal location nestled between Marlborough and Devizes it is a fantastic place to meet, eat and drink. Our extensive menu is complimented by our ever changing daily specials, all of which is locally sourced as far as possible with traditional and contemporary dishes alike. We serve many different wine from different countries to enjoy, on its own or to compliment any meal, and for those special occasions we offer a fantastic Champagne. Please ask for recommendations.

 If you are looking for a fantastic country walk  there is really no better destination than this olde worlde thatched inn. You could do no better than to park in the pub car park, navigate the five bar gate in the left hand corner of the car park and head off to Avebury via the popular Windmill Hill walk.This five mile trek takes you along a footpath and bridleway to the ancient Avebury stone circle, past the old Neolithic village remains and on a clear day there are views of Silbury Hill and the beautiful Wiltshire countryside beyond.

Just one hundred meters from the roundabout at the junction with the A361 between Avebury and Devizes, by road the Waggon and Horses is only six miles from Marlborough or Devizes. There is ample parking both behind the pub and on the opposite side of the A4. The team looks forward to welcoming you to our beautiful pub very soon!