Welcome to The Fox and Hounds, Country Pub, East Knoyle

Looking for good country pubs in Wiltshire? Then look no further than the Fox and Hounds country pub in East Knoyle. We provide outstanding food in a picturesque, thatched, black and white building that is ideally located for you to admire the magnificent views of the Blackmore Vale.

As a country pub, we provide a homely environment with an interior that is both comfortable and warmly rustic with stripped wooden furniture and flagstone flooring. We also have two wood-burning fires for you to snuggle up to in the winter. Our 15th century pub certainly has plenty of atmosphere.

We'd be delighted to welcome you to the Fox and Hounds Country Pub in East Knoyle.

Local Cuisine in Wiltshire

Local Cuisine in Wiltshire

With the growing reputation for great quality, locally sourced food on regularly changing blackboard menus, it is hardly surprising that more and more diners and drinkers are drawn here. So, don't hesitate to get in touch for further information or call in to see for yourself.

We look forward to welcoming you here at The Fox and Hounds for outstanding pub food near Shaftesbury.

Informing Our Staff

If you plan to eat gluten-free meals, please tell the bar staff on arrival and they will inform the kitchen. This will ensure that there is no mix-up and that your food will not come into contact with any other food being prepared in the kitchen.

Local Attractions in East Knoyle

Local Attractions in East Knoyle

If you are interested in both local cuisine and local attractions, make sure you visit The Fox and Hounds. We are ideally located in rural Wiltshire and have access to many famous attractions. Situated on the edge of the Blackmore Vale, The Fox and Hounds is surrounded by spectacular walking country and breathtaking views.

The village of East Knoyle is of particular interest to walk around, as the family home of Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's second wife. It was also the village where Sir Christopher Wren grew up and where his father was the local vicar. There is also a stone alongside the main road which records that Wren was an "Architect, Mathematician and Patriot". As well as the beautiful views from the nearby Windmill and Green.