Where to Stay

Whether you wish to camp, or stay in self catering, B&B or hotel accommodation, there are plenty of campsites and establishments that should meet your needs. To list them all here would be impossible, so we’ve just listed a few of each type which are situated in the areas you will most likely wish to stay.

If you want a more extensive choice then the National Tourist Information Center website will help. Also, we have listed on this website the locations of local Tourist Information Centers that are situated in the towns and cities in and around Crop Circle Country. These will be able to help you choose and book most kinds of accommodation.

If you are planning to stay in London then the London Official Guide website will be of help.


The Woodbridge Inn, North Newton, Nr. Pewsey

Situated just a few miles south of the Barge Pub, this would be an excellent place from which to visit the crop circles. The Woodbridge Inn also serves food for lunch and dinner. This Inn has a camp site situated behind.

The Barge Pub, Honeystreet, Woodborough, Pewsey

This pub is literally “crop circle central”. If you want to find out what’s happening and where the latest formations are, then this is the place to be. The Barge is situated along the side of the Kennet and Avon canal in the very scenic  countryside of the Vale of Pewsey. The campsite is behind the pub. Lunch and dinner are served at the pub every day.

Self Catering


Offers country and coastal cottages in typically English settings.

Bed and Breakfast

Well Cottage, Honeystreet, Woodborough, Pewsey

A picturesque thatched cottage 300 yards from the Kennet and Avon canal and very close to the Barge Pub. Rooms have private entrances. Evening meal by arrangement.

The Merlin Rooms, 36-39 High Street, Marlborough

Situated right on the High Street and close to shops and restaurants. Avebury Stone Circle and Silbury Hill are just a short drive away. Takes its name from the sorcerer Merlin, adviser to King Arthur, who is believed by some to be buried at a site known as Merlin’s Mound in Marlborough. Comfortable bedrooms.


The Ivy House Hotel, High Street, Marlborough

Situated just along from the Merlin Rooms on the High Street. A Georgian building built in 1707 by the Earl of Aylesbury. Features a Garden Restaurant, which strangely enough, is indoors.

Parklands Hotel, Ogbourne St. George, Marlborough

Situated just 4 miles north of Marlborough on the road to Swindon, and three miles from the ancient settlement of Barbury Castle, scene of the famous crop circle of that name, which appeared in 1991. This hotel has excellent restaurant food.


White Horse Boats, Devizes

If you like narrowboats, a slow pace, beautiful countryside, cozy canal side pubs, and crop circles, then why not try something different.