The Pembroke Arms is an 18th century Inn on the Wilton Estate near Salisbury. Interestingly (we think), both the pub and the estate played a huge part in the planning of D-Day; over 750 miles of telephone wire were laid in and around Wilton House in order to link the operations of all units - who’d have known.

Today, the pubs use isn’t quite so serious. That isn’t to say that we don’t take what we do seriously - we do. It’s a busy place with 9 rooms and food from nole pizza and our Garden Kitchen. We look after our guests with whole hearted professionalism whilst having a jolly good time along the way and we hope that you do too.

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