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The Fox and Hounds is a traditional village pub with a friendly atmosphere.

We offer a selection of delicious foods along with several real local ales and ciders. Our pub was once a coaching house, and has now been extended with Georgian and Victorian additions. The pub itself contains several drinking and dining rooms, including a piano for live music and sofas for relaxing. Take away food is also available. We advise booking especially for a Sunday lunch.

The pub is located roughly about ten minutes away from junction 18, M4. We are a five minute drive away from Castle Combe racing circuit. Bristol and Swindon are also just a twenty minute motorway drive away from us.

We have also recently added accommodation to our pub for those of you who fancy a country retreat for several days.

Visit us and see for yourself.


 

 

 

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  1. Andy says:

    Would like to say thank you for a fantastic meal last Thursday when we visited as a group of 6 for a Birthday. Fantastic choice of dishes, all cooked exceptionally, especially the Chicken Paris. Everybody was impressed and have recommended you to several people since.

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  2. M Harris says:

    Thanks for a great meal and accommodating 20 of us for a surprise birthday meal. Lovely food, really good service especially with so many of us – really enjoyed visit and looking forward to coming to eat again

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  3. M Harris says:

    Thanks for a great meal and accommodating 20 of us for a surprise birthday meal. Lovely food, really good service especially with so many of us – really enjoyed visit and looking forward to coming to eat again.

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  4. JG says:

    Outstanding food! Was recommended here by a friend who lives locall and what amazing food, atmosphere and staff! My new favourite place to eat 100% will be coming back

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