Wiltshire: The Bustard
Situated minutes from Stonehenge, this is how a tea room should be. A cosy little nook, or a table in the sun, the choice is yours. All our homemade food is fresh, delicious, affordable and includes light lunches, cream teas and cakes.
Dogs and children are welcome, with water bowls (for the dogs!) and changing facilities and high chairs (for the children!). There is also a selection of toys, both inside and out, to make sure that your little ones stay entertained so you can finish your drink.
We also have a licence, so beer and wine are available by the bottle.
Situated 5 mintues drive from Stonehenge, this 1 acre field has extensive views over local farmland and the military training area. It is separate from the adjacent caravan site and opens straight to the Bustard’s garden. Dogs and children are welcome.
If you would like to try camping, but don’t have your own tent, we can help with that. We have 8 man bell-tents for hire which can be put up ready for your arrival. They are spacious for families, with standing headroom over much of the inside.
This site is for tents only. The campsite is a green field site which means minimal facilities.
The Bustard Team
The Bustard team is managed by Ruth who lives on site, she looks after staff Courtney who works for the accommodation and Tea rooms elements and a small army of volunteers who help out at the Tea Rooms and community events,
The Bustard has been an Inn for centuries. Situated on the main coaching road from Salisbury to Devizes it has seen many travellers since it was built some 400 years ago.
It is an old building, with some steps and tight corners, so wheelchair access is possible, but not easy. There is no lift to the first floor. The Bustard offers one family and one twin room, for bed and breakfast, and these are posted on AirBnB and Booking.com.
The Bustard is the HQ of Gul Outdoor Therapy and its administrative hub for Alternative Provision and Equine Assisted therapy.