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The Rattlebone Inn

Church Street, SHERSTON, Malmesbury, SN16 0LR

Named after the legendary Saxon warrior John Rattlebone, who is said to haunt this 16th-century Cotswolds pub, The Rattlebone boasts roaring winter fires and bags of character. A lively drinkers' pub, it offers real ales, organic cider and many wines by the glass. Its menus use local ingredients where possible and are best described as 'country bistro'. They proffer such delights as chargrilled marinated lamb steak served with couscous and chilli oil. Outside are three boules pistes, two gardens where summer barbecues are held, and a beautiful skittle alley. It's also the home of Mangold Hurling, a slightly insane West Country sport. There's live music every month and a cider festival in July.

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Tel: 01666 840871
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Principal beers

Bitter, Butcombe Bitter, St Austell Tribute

Open

All week
12-3 5-11 (Fri-Sat 12-12 Sun 12-11)

Facilities

Children welcome.
Garden.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

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M4 junct 17, A429 to Malmesbury. 2m after passing petrol station at Stanton St Quentin, turn left signed Sherston

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