The Jolly Tar

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Queens Road
Hannington
Wiltshire
England
SN6 7RP

The Jolly Tar, Hannington

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The Jolly Tar is considered one of the prettiest pubs within the Arkell\'s group and with its unique welcoming character and relaxed atmosphere means that it is a pub well worth seeking out. Guests can enjoy hearty home cooked food in its Cotswold Stone Conservatory or relax for drinks in its lounge bar which boasts an open log fire and traditional oak beams. Luxury ensuite accommodation is available in the converted Stables, with all double bedrooms furnished in a traditional modern style.

The Jolly Tar offers a traditional cosy bar, award winning accommodation. The Jolly Tar boasts four double bedrooms, which have received an AA \'Red Diamond\' award. This award is only given to the best 10% of guest accommodation.

Establishments are selected on the quality of their bedrooms, bathrooms and public areas. All rooms are tastefully decorated to the highest standard and are ensuite with Flat Screen TV’s with Freeview Channels, Complimentary Tea, Coffee & Biscuits, Ironing facilities and free Internet Access. Our bar and restaurant are best described as traditional and cosy.

With a real fireplace and the most comfortable in furnishings, our lounge bar area is the ideal place to relax with friends, or a pint and a paper. Our conservatory is a perfect venue for business meetings, with large grounds, ample parking and a spacious patio area.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00

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