The Somerford Arms

The good pub guide review

Modernised village pub now owned by the community; opened-up interior with stone flooring, painted half-panelling and two-way woodburner, enjoyable food from pub classics up, three well kept changing ales, 15 gins, over a dozen wines by the glass, friendly helpful service; children and dogs welcome, open all day, from 4pm Mon.

Licensee Introduction

The Somerford Arms is a thriving, family run pub at the foot of the Cotswolds, tucked away in the village of Little Somerford, near historic Malmesbury. As a Free House, the ethos of Scott and Rachel and the team is to create a pub with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere that they would love to come to themselves. Somewhere that serves excellent, unpretentious food, fantastic beer and wine while all the time offering great value for money and accessible for all to enjoy. Child friendly, dog friendly and able to cater for all sorts of diets and allergies – just ask.

Name of Licensee

Scott Ferguson

Contact Details

The Somerford Arms, The Hill (bottom), Little Somerford, Wiltshire, SN16 9XN

01666 826535

Pub Group: Chin Chin Inns Ltd

From M4 j17 - take the A429 north to Malmesbury. Take the B4042 signed Swindon for 2 miles and look for our sign turning right down to Little Somerford

Nearest motorway: M4

Nearest junction: 17 or 16

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 12 midday - 11pm

Saturday: 12 midday -11pm

Sunday: 12 midday - 6pm