The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.
This traditional grade II listed pub which dates back to the 16th century, sits in its own paddock. Call in for traditional pub food, a seasonal menu and Butcombe beer. **This pub is currently closed and is due to re-open late November 2020, call ahead to check**
With extensive parklands, adventure activities and a sandy beach, this is a great place for a day out with all the family. Ticket entry includes parking, access to the beach, kids play area and the parkland. See their website for other activities and to book tickets.
A great place for wildlife spotting and all within walking distance of the town centre. The nature reserve is owned by the Malmesbury River Valleys Trust and is peaceful haven for all visitors.
A charming market town perfectly situated for exploring the Cotswolds. The town is steeped in history and a visit should include a look around the beautiful Abbey House Gardens and a saunter along the River Avon. There's a thriving high street with a great choice of independent shops and you can also enjoy the weekly farmers market. To make the most of the area purchase a walking guide from Malmesbury Tourist Information in the Town Hall,
A family friendly restaurant serving authentic Indian and Malabar cuisine. Book a table to eat in the restaurant or order a takeaway, the choice is yours.
This museum can be found in the Town Hall in the centre of town. The lay out links Malmesbury with historic and global events and there are additional events and collections on display. Check out their website for opening times for the museum and shop.
Under new ownership since 2019, the new owners offer a range of home cooked foods including speciality curries. Check out their facebook page for specials nights and takeaways.
A cosy pub situated in the centre of town. It's warm and welcoming with a large beer garden and separate dining room. Dogs are welcome but call ahead if you wish to dine with your dog as the restaurant does not allow them.
Situated to the rear of the Abbey, these gardens are a tranquil delight and perfect for some peace and quiet.
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