Newton Toney boasts an excellent pub - the famous Malet Arms - where you can enjoy an excellent meal, lighter snacks and a select pint - with a great range of other drinks to choose from.
The Malet Arms
The Malet Arms is a truly unique pub tucked away in the small Wiltshire village of Newton Toney located on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border, only four miles from the A303, six miles from Stonehenge and a mere eight from the city of Salisbury. An atmospheric and unspoilt venue with a long history, the Malet Arms has occupied a delightful spot on the River Bourne for over 350 years.
The owners - Noël and Annie Cardew - have fed and watered the locals and visitors for over 20 years, and their love of the place is the foundation of this most traditional of country pubs.
Chalked up on boards, the Malet's daily menu is in a state of constant change that's dictated both by seasonal produce and by market availability. There is game, and there is venison when in season, then there's fresh fish from Brixham or Lymington - and with locally sourced meat, all these go to make for a great eating experience.
Cool and inviting in summer - and with a cosy log fire burning in winter - the Malet Arms' ever-changing display of blackboard menus present a wide range of dishes, with interesting vegetarian choices always included to cater for all tastes.
There's also good disabled access and plenty of car parking space, with benches and chairs for outdoor drinking in the summer.
The Malet Arms public house, Newton Toney, Wiltshire SP4 0HF
Tel 01980 629279
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