The Harrow Inn

Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Nr Swindon

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The Harrow Inn

Eating OutAccommodation

The Harrow Inn is by far the oldest in Wanborough, with parts dating back to 1747 when it was knownas the “Harrow and Kings Head”. Originally all ales would have been brewed on site, but this activityceased in 1863 when the then owner leased the Harrow Inn to Arkells Brewery for 10 years, whichprompted the sale of the brewing equipment. We source premium quality produce from as many localproducers and suppliers as possible, prepared and cooked by a small but dedicated team led by ourchef Ian. Our aim is to provide great food,that is prepared and cooked in the premises including the desserts. We have a selection of well kept real ales and premium lagers.

Come and experience a relaxing and enjoyable stay at The Harrow in one of our converted forge roomsThere are 2 twin rooms and one double room, each with en-suite bathrooms. One of the twin rooms has been converted with disabled access in mind, complete with a walk-in shower area.Our rooms have been awarded a 3 star AA rating.Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Contact Us

High Street, , Wanborough,
Nr Swindon, Wiltshire , SN4 0AE



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Nearby Attractions

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Roves Farm Visitor Centre

A great family day out, come rain or shine! A full programme of events throughout the day includes: Meet and Feed the Farm Animals, Pets Corner, Animal Racing during weekends

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Twigs Community Gardens

The themed gardens are the main focus of the site and have evolved over the last 13 years. Wherever possible art and sculpture have been incorporated to enhance the setting.

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Farmer Gow's

Escape to the countryside for the day at Farmer Gows Activity Farm. This working farm offers hands-on feeding with lots of the animals along with a daily programme of workshops