Freehold Pub and Dining

Tel: 01672 851325

A fine turn-out of vintage tractors....its thirsty work!!!!

The Seven Stars Inn

Bottlesford, Wiltshire


(we are open from Tuesday evening service and close on Sunday after lunch)

Pub - 12 - 3pm     6pm - 11pm

Kitchen 12 - 2.30pm  7pm - 9pm

Guest Ale - London Pride

We have been awarded Five Stars (top marks) by Cask Marque for our Ales!

We are extremely proud of our Staff in helping us achieve this - please check the Cask Marque website for information

Meet the new members of our Gin Family!

Quiz night!

Last Thursday of the month.

This month in aid of

Pewsey Vale Rugby Club

The normal £10 per person; this includes donation to charity and dinner. Book your table now to avoid disappointment!

Cotswolds Dry Gin

Distilled with nine carefully considered botanicals, the Cotswolds Dry Gin is a London Dry with an aromatic twist. They distil juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, local lavender, bay leaf, hand-peeled fresh lime and pink grapefruit zest, cardamom and black peppercorn in their copper pot still, resulting in a rich and robust, award-winning gin.

Produced in small batches, this is handmade gin with no corners cut. 

Burn's Night

25th January 2019

Celebrate at the Seven Stars

(Menu to follow)



Please contact us to discuss your needs whether inside or out

Tel: 01672 851325


London Dry Gin

A not-so-classic, citrusy London Dry Gin that is beautifully crafted, perfectly balanced, and tastes like gin should.

Keepr's English Strawberry & Lavender Gin

Blending elements of a classic London dry gin and infused with the finest botanicals alongside delicious British strawberries as well as a hint of English lavender, this is a fine example of the kind of quality, local gin available today. 


Garden Swift dry gin (formerly Garden Tiger)

Winner of the hugely prestigious The Whisky Exchange Spirit of the Year 2017. Organic blood orange, flowers, spice, berries, pine, drying resins and sweetness fill the mouth. Rich and unbelievably complex, it transcends expectations of a gin. 

...... we only had 38 varieties 

- so we needed to introduce some more!!!