Opening Hours

Our opening hours are 12 noon to Late, every day.

Beer and Cider

This Months Guest Beers

Yeovil, Ruby 4.5%

RCH EstStreet Cream 5%

Ramsbury, Gold 4.5%

also look out for Wessex, Plain and Downton!

Always on - Keystone 

Bedrock 3.6% 

Gordon Benett 4.2%

Gold Hill 4%

and Cider -

Thatchers, Gold 4.9%

Orchard Pig, Reveller 4.8%

Orhcard Pig, Still 6%

Bottles Orchard Pig, Truffler 4%

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Our Friends

Link Keystone Brewery
Just three miles down the road, Keystone is Tisbury's nearest brewery. Set up in 2006 by husband and wife team Alasdair and Charlie Large, Keystone has built a reputation for producing award winning beers with a strong local and sustainable ethos.

Link Shaftesbury Wines
Half way up the High Street in the picturesque north Dorset town, Shaftesbury Wines is an independent treasure-trove of real wines from small producers. You will also find a good range of rare Malt Whisky, Brandy, Grappa, Eau de vie, Port, fine hand-rolled cigars and local beer & cider.

Link Orchard Park
During the late 1990’s, Ron & Sheila Clark of Park Farm, Gillingham, had established the Rare Breed Centre, Lagan Farm Shop and the children’s play area known as “The Funny Farm” on Shaftesbury Road Gillingham. The Funny farm was around from the late 90’s to early 2002/3. The land it occupied had been allocated as land for commercial and employment purposes, and so the Funny Farm closed down by 2003.

Link Reeve the Baker
In 1934, Harold Reeve's passion for craft baking laid the foundations for our continuing pursuit of excellence, a tradition that we still honour everyday at our Wilton Bakery.
Beginning before dawn, we sift, mix, knead, prove and craft our unique range of quality breads, cakes and pastries, so that you too can share our passion for the tastiest, freshest products that we can make...

Link Pieminister
Jon Simon and Tristan Hogg started pieminister back in 2003, feeling that the great British public deserved more from a pie than the usual unappetising fare on the market. Since opening their first pie and mash shop in one of Bristol’s most rundown areas, Jon and Tristan have built the company into an internationally recognised brand, with pies now being sold in major supermarket chains as well as restaurants, pubs, shops, delis, markets and at festivals across the land.