The Pembroke Arms in Wilton is an 18th Century inn and sits prominently opposite Wilton House. Originally used as overflow accommodation for the guests of the Earl and Countess of Pembroke, and later as an Officers’ Mess, the pub is now a buzzy and vibrant place.
In 2020, The Pembroke gave birth to the first nole venture, a lockdown baby, where we turned an underutilised function space into a pizza kitchen. Outside, what was part of the spacious car park has made great foundations for what is now a heated and buzzy outside eating and drinking space. Credit to Ed from Q&R Events who transformed this space with a custom built fire set in a converted shipping container. In the summer, the garden is transformed into a festival-esque dining space, with an outdoor Garden Kitchen and Tap Room. The Pembroke is the perfect pit stop if you’re visiting one of the many local sites, but with nine simple and stylish bedrooms you could make the trip just to put your feet up, enjoy the atmosphere, and roll to bed after one too many downstairs.