A beautiful country pub, nestled within the heart of the Vale of Pewsey
Renowned for it's great food and wonderful service, The Millstream in Marden, Wiltshire boasts a vibrant and regularly changing menu. Using fresh, seasonal ingredients from local suppliers Kate's twist on classic pub food will leave you wanting to try everything.
The Specials board is often full of mouth watering fish dishes, with freshly caught fish delivered daily from Cornwall.
Beer Garden - Enjoy our large, spacious beer garden next to the River Avon, or our cosy courtyard
Restaurant - Our dining area can be split into three sections allowing for parties of all sizes. Call us to discuss your requirements.
Real Ales - Enjoy a selection of Wadworths real ales
Car Park - Parking is available in our large car park
Disabled Friendly - We cater for guests with disabilities, including good access to the bar and a disabled toilet
Smoking Area - There is a heated smoking area with benches
WiFi Available - For those who wish to stay connected free WiFi is available
Card Payments Accepted - All major cards are accepted except for American Express
Dog Friendly - Although we do usually allow dogs in the bar area, due to the current situation we are only allowing dogs outside.
Marden Henge - The village of Marden in Wiltshire is home to Marden Henge; the largest henge enclosure in Britain and situated between the World Heritage Sites of Avebury and Stonehenge. Antiquarian accounts of the site describe a huge mound within the enclosure called Hatfield Barrow, which collapsed after excavation in the early 19th century. The henge and surrounding area are regularly being investigated through aerial, geophysical, and field survey.
Caen Hill Locks - With a flight of 16 locks on the Kennet & Avon Canal, this may be the most impressive anywhere on the UK's waterways.
Stonehenge - One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of a circular setting of large standing stones set within earthworks. It is at the centre of the most dense complex of neolithic and bronze age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds.
Crop Circles - The majority of reports of crop circles appeared since the 1970s,and spread in the late 1970s as many circles began appearing throughout the English countryside. The seasonal Crop Circle Exhibition & Information Centre can be visited in the nearby village of Honeystreet.
"Relaxed, welcoming and dog friendly. Tasty beef with all the trimmings.
Puddings to die for. Just lovely."
"Service 5 star! The restaurant is one of the best local to Devizes.
Always a warm welcome and great food"
"Thoroughly recommend the pie of the day; homemade, it's huge and totally delicious!"