Opening Times

Monday   6pm to 11pm
Tuesday to Friday 12pm to 2:30pm 6pm to 11pm
Saturday 12pm to 11pm  
Sunday 12pm to 9pm  
Bank Holiday Monday 12pm to 9pm  
Tuesday after bank holiday   6pm to 11pm


Here are a few images of our accommodation and the beautiful village of Neston.



We support the CAMRA LocAle initiative and will always have at least one beer from a brewery within 25 miles of our door

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The Neston Country Inn

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The Neston Country Inn, situated in the picturesque village of Neston near the pretty market town of Corsham with its Flemish cottages, ancient Almshouses and Monks Chapel is the perfect place to start exploring Wiltshire, the Cotswolds, Bath and the southwest. Owners, Desrae & Tony Procos cater for all, from the solo traveler to families.

Overlooking fields to the southeast and the village recreation grounds to the northwest, the Inn can trace its origins back to the 19th century. Known in those days as the Carpenters' Arms, many features of the original construction remain. Only eight miles from Bath, the Inn offers a peaceful and welcome retreat to business people on the move, or weekenders looking for a relaxing break.

Four en-suite bedrooms upstairs provide clean and comfortable accommodation. Guests are free to come and go as they please via a separate entrance leading from the car park. All rooms have the following facilities:
Tea and coffee trays
Colour television
Clock radio
Central heating
Hair Dryer
Free wi-fi

In a short space of time, the restaurant is attracting diners from further and further afield. The steaks and roasts are all localy sourced. As far as is practicable, all other fresh ingredients are sourced as close to home as possible. Enjoy a delicious, made-to-order range of meals in our relaxed dining atmosphere.

Nearby attractions include the National Trust village of Lacock where several films have been made (Cranford and Harry Potter), Stonehenge, Longleat, Castle Combe, Bath, Bristol and Glastonbury. Basil Hill (MOD) and the M4 in Wiltshire.

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