Waggon & Horses, Beckhampton
The Waggon and Horses dates back to the sixteenth century, it is recognised as a listed building with a traditional thatched roof and exquisite dormer windows which make it a building of great importance.Charles Dickens himself mentioned the building in his novel 'The Pickwick Papers'. The shingle walls of this ancient waggoners' inn are built from smashed stones from the nearby Avebury Ring, Europe's biggest Neolithic stone circle. This great pub with great food makes a perfect spot for visiting the ring and enjoying a meal and good ale.
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