A Magical Christmas Feast
This year, we are offering you the chance to win a hosted festive get-together, at none of your expense and completely on us!
If you make a booking before 3rd December (and your event is between 5th December and 24th December) then you could win a party of up to 12 guests on us.
Reserve your table now for a truly special celebration.
LUNCH & A DRINK FOR £11
Enjoy lunch and a drink for £11. With a variety of dishes to choose from; think sausage & mash, honey-roast ham egg & chips and soup & a sandwich alongside a choice of alcoholic and soft drinks. We’ve got the perfect spot for a cosy lunch this season.
Available Monday to Friday 12-5pm.
New Seasonal Flavours
Our chefs have been busy cooking up some new dishes to see in the new season and have created the perfect dishes to say hello to the darker nights including pulled lamb shepherd’s pie, king prawn Vietnamese curry and a very tasty wild venison pie.
Not forgetting those autumnal desserts, we can’t get enough of our latest apple & frangipane strudel with lashings of custard.
WELCOME TO THE PELICAN INN
The Pelican Inn is a quaint, late 17th century pub with a warm, cosy atmosphere along with eight comfortable bedrooms and a friendly welcome guaranteed.
We’re situated in the Wiltshire countryside, near the village of Froxfield, between Marlborough and Hungerford. Immersed in a walkers paradise, we’re only a five minute stroll from the scenic Kennet and Avon Canal (bridge 90 and lock gate 70), and notably on the doorstep to a number of lovely walks across the backdrop of our stunning landscape.
The Pelican Inn began life as a coaching inn, becoming a pitstop for passing travellers, throughout the 1700’s. Just like centuries ago its in our heart to provide honest hearty food, great drinks and a place to rest your head. Ours was the last of three coaching inns to be built in the village, which since Roman times has been situated on a popular route linking London and Bath.Book now
We’re situated in the Wiltshire countryside, near the village of Froxfield, between Marlborough and Hungerford.