The Seven Stars Inn is a 17th Century thatched pub in the heart of the beautiful Pewsey Vale.  With original wooden beams and open fires, the pub attracts many locals from the surrounding villages in addition to welcoming guests from further afield.

Located near Avebury circle,  Stonehenge and many other sites of interest, The Seven Stars is an ideal base for those who wish to explore the beauty of the Wiltshire countryside.  Whether you just want to enjoy the peace and quiet, walk the ancient hills, cycle along the Kennet and Avon canal or have dinner and drinks, then you have found the ideal location.

Our bar, complete with open fires and comfortable Chesterfields, boasts an extensive whisky list, an eclectic gin menu and several real ales.  Dogs are always welcome.

Our bar and restaurant seat 65 over several areas.  Our dining room can accommodate parties of up to 30 seated with menus catering to any budget and specification; from canapés to buffets and more formal seated dining.

We have a large garden including an adventure play area for children (and space to kick a ball if required!).

Shooting parties, weddings, funerals and functions are welcome. (In the summer months we have a large marque on site for hire)


Excerpt from Victoria County History of Wiltshire Vol.X under ‘Wilsford’:

“In 1773 and 1805 the hamlet of Bottlesford comprised a number of dwellings on either side of the secondary road to Pewsey.  The Seven Stars Inn, mentioned by that name in 1822, stands at the Western end of the hamlet, which developed Eastwards during the 19th Century.”