Looking for the best country pubs in Wiltshire for the perfect spot for a catch up with Friends? Then look no further than The George Inn Warminster! Get away from everyday hustle and bustle and relax in the Wiltshire country side. Situated on the banks of the River Wylye in the charming village of Longbridge Deverill, The George Inn Warminster is a traditional coaching inn set within an acre of grassland.
Located just a 10-minute drive from Longleat safari park, within easy reach from Salisbury or Bath and a short drive from Bristol, our cosy inn has become a favourite stopover, either for a delicious meal after a long day’s adventure, a comfortable overnight stay or a base for your fun-filled weekend break.
During the summer months, our lovely extensive grounds provide the perfect environment to enjoy a drink with family and friends, or grab a bite to eat whilst overlooking the banks of the River Wylye. Nothing beats a cosy, classic pub – the smell of a real fire, a delicious home cooked meal and your favourite tipple. The George Inn Warminster prides itself on serving excellent food, with the freshest ingredients, in a welcoming atmosphere.
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As well as a fantastic fully stocked bar and incredible food menu they have 12 en-suite bedrooms. The George is not only a much loved local, it is also a relaxing retreat for those visiting the area.
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Don’t just take our word for it..
“Fantastic place to stay. Breakfast was excellent and lots of choice served by the very friendly member of staff called Liz. Dinner was very tasty. Twin room was lovely and comfortable. View across river would be hard to beat. Would recommend as a great place to stay.” Avril S, Tripadvisor
The George Inn is part of the Upham Group, the south of England’s fastest growing pub company. The company owns a growing collection of pubs across Hampshire, Berkshire, Sussex and Wiltshire, as well as Upham Brewery, the home where we brew our superb stable of real ales. Upham’s core values reflect that of a traditional country pub, with a belief that the ‘local pub’ forms the heart every community.