The Jolly Huntsman, Kington St Michael


Lifting of restrictions has been announced by the Government.  Whilst none of the safety measures currently in place are now considered compulsory, for the continued safety of our staff and customers, we will continue to maintain socially distanced tables, encourage guests to check in on the NHS Track and Trace App upon arrival and to wear masks unless seated.  However, whilst these practices will be fully supported by us, they remain down to the choice of individuals and are not mandatory. 



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The Jolly Huntsman is a privately owned, traditional village freehouse, offering home cooked meals, an excellent range of well kept real ales and ciders, seasonal open log fire and a warm and friendly welcome.  We are situated in the peaceful and picturesque village of Kington St Michael, just 2 miles from Junction 17 of the M4 and close to other popular local villages such as Castle Combe, Badminton and Lacock.

The building dates back to the 18th Century and the premises were originally used as The White Horse Brewery in the 19th Century before becoming an inn. One of the old wells, used in the brewing process is still in existence today.  The property was re-named as The Jolly Huntsman in the early 1970s.
We are open and serve food every lunchtime and evening. Dogs on leads are welcome in the main bar area only.
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