Leave a visit to nearby Stonehenge or Salisbury for later and break here at this traditional country village pub on the Clarendon Way linking the cathedral city with another, Winchester. Inside, its oak beams, old dark-wood bar, rustic furniture and adjoining rooms with log fires remain unchanged, although new landlords are now in charge of the beer pumps. It's a Hall & Woodhouse pub, so expect well-kept Badger Best, Fursty Ferret and Tanglefoot. On what is essentially a traditional pub menu you'll also find the less traditional seared scallops with roast watermelon, cockles and peas; pan-roast duck breast with cavolo nero and turnips; and loin of cod on crab risotto. Also here is one of Wiltshire's few remaining skittle alleys.