CROP CIRCLE PUB of THE YEAR 2013 (And 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006... You get the idea!)
The Barge Inn @ Honeystreet
Established 1810 (That's 203 years, not ten past six...)

Greetings earthlings and welcome to the Barge Inn, “Crop Circle Central” and “Most Famous Pub in the Universe”. If you’re arriving from outer space, exit at the Milky Way and hang on a right at Mars. By boat, you can’t miss us, we’re right on the canal bank. By car, you can, we’re tucked away behind JD’s wood yard. However you travel, one thing is for sure, if you’re looking for something different, and want to see “the Sistine Chapel of Wiltshire’, then this is the pub for you.

Come soak up the atmosphere and join us for great beer, good music, ‘celebrity chef’ food and the usual eclectic company; dogs, aliens and wondering minstrels welcome. We look forward to seeing you soon.



"Probably the most famous pub in the Universe."
A place where all are welcome and even if not everyone
knows your name, they'll probably guess your star sign!


Hobofest May 2013, with Hobo Jones & The Junkyard Dogs. Picture courtesy of Mad Pete.
What's green, red, black and sticky all over? Barge Inn bumper stickers, pick yours up from the bar!


“The Barge indeed is Crop Circle Central –there’s even Croppie ale for sale – and circle aficionados arrive to camp here from all over the world: in the visitors’ book Kerry from Australia has written: ‘Great crop circles! Great people!” (Sunday Telegraph). “Possibly the only pub in the country endorsed by Camra, the Seti (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute and the Rolling Stones” (The Guardian). “You can't miss the pub, It is the one with the earthlings wearing Jesus sandals and Grateful Dead T-shirts” (Daily Telegraph). Pictures courtesy of Steve Alexander

Wiltshire is home to the greatest concentration of prehistoric monuments in Europe, if not the world. So it was no surprise that Sir Tony Robinson should feature the area in his TV series Walking Through History. And where else would he stop for a beer and a chance to discuss "weird phenomena with eccentric characters", than your favourite pub. He also dropped by some of Wiltshire’s lesser known ‘attractions’, Stonehenge and Avebury. See the walk

Opening Hours For Winter 2014/2015
Day Opening Times Food Times
Monday Closed
Tuesday- Thursday 11am - 11pm Noon - 8.30pm
Friday 11am - Midnight Noon - 8.30pm
Saturday 10am - Midnight Noon - 8.30pm
Sunday 10am - 5.00pm Food & Sunday Roast from Noon

Phone: +44(0)1672 851 705
The Barge Inn, Honeystreet, Wiltshire. SN9 5PS

For campsite enquiries, table bookings, faint praise, complaints, debts, VAT man, bailiffs:
info@the-barge-inn.com


For high praise, offers of free stuff, donations, lottery awards and unpaid bar tabs: bossman@honeystreetales.com

To find us: Google Maps
The nearest train station is Pewsey which is reached by taking trains from Paddington (OINW) in London.