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“Great pub, and good for motorhoming even in the wet”

Bruce Arms Public House
Ranked #9 of 20 Restaurants in Pewsey
Cuisines: British
Description: Public House CAMRA Best Beer Guide and Heritage pub and camp site - occasional food (2 Saturday lunchtimes 12-3pm per month) - Gourmet burgers
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Description: Public House CAMRA Best Beer Guide and Heritage pub and camp site - occasional food (2 Saturday lunchtimes 12-3pm per month) - Gourmet burgers
Reviewed 6 April 2018

Stayed overnight and a very wet night too, but the hard standing available and electricity make it suitable for a stop at any time of the year. Landlord was very welcoming. Facilities were pretty good though we used our van for most things. The atmosphere in the pub on an early Sunday evening was "proper local" - i.e. friendly, chatty, animated with a very healthily mixed clientele. Good beer and cider. The pub is an area where the walking is excellent and varied and local villages are picturesque and quiet.

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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

We hab a very relaxing week end at the Bruce Arms. Use to be the gammon if you listen to the regulars. We felt very welcome and the ales were excellent as well as the burgers.
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Reviewed 10 September 2017

We stayed the weekend at the campsite in the Bruce Arms. Nice flat field and very clean. Situated in a beautiful part of the country, the venue was great for one of the many motorbike meets we attend. BBQ equipment provided for larger groups at a very decent price. Pub in the evenings was a great traditional english pub, with good range of ales and ciders (although I partook in some nice G&T's). Dog friendly and very relaxed atmosphere. Looking forward to next years meet !

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Matthew J, Owner at Bruce Arms Public House, responded to this reviewResponded 11 September 2017

Thanks Karen

Glad you enjoyed your stay and see you all next year :)
Matt

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

We stayed here over the bank holiday, they were very busy, but friendly and helpful. How lovely to have a drink in a 'proper' pub!!

Thank Diane V
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Matthew J, Owner at Bruce Arms Public House, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2017

Thanks guys glad you enjoyed it

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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Whilst every campsite is busy/full on a bank holiday, The Bruce Arms crammed more people than you could imagine into his small field. Horrendously noisy (at 0130), toilets were so unclean my children (and wife) refused to use them. If it were cheap, you may make excuses, although at almost £30 per night - seriously!!!

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