Purton is large village on the outskirts of Swindon in Wiltshire with a population of around 4,000.
The parish of Purton includes the village of Purton Stoke, Hayes Knoll, Purton Common, Restrop, the Fox and Widham. Other nearby places include Cricklade, Peatmoor, Hook & Royal Wootton Bassett.
There are two main pubs in Purton, which are both owned by Arkell’s Brewery.
We’ve got more information on each of them below to help you decide which pub to visit if you are passing through Purton or live nearby and want to find a new pub to visit.
The Angel has recently undergone a large refurbishment to make it an exciting focal point for Purton and its residents.
There are plans to revamp the food menu and turn it into a gastro style, comfort food pub that is not over-priced but with the best ingredients sourced to ensure the highest quality for customers.
If you live in Purton or are looking to visit then you will not be disappointed when visiting the Angel. It will be the perfect pub for locals to visit to enjoy a quiet lunch with a great selection of alcoholic and soft drinks.
The Bell Inn
Address: Purton Stoke, Purton, Swindon, SN5 4JG
Phone Number: 01793 770434
Opening Hours: Mon: Closed // Tue-Sun: 12:00PM-15:00PM – 18:00PM-23:00PM
Price: ££ – £££
Website: Bell Inn Purton
Situated in Purton Stoke, which is near enough half way between Cricklade and Purton, the Bell Inn is a popular destination for travellers looking for good beer, good food and a friendly welcome at affordable prices.
The Bell is a relatively small pub, but has lots of character and is the ideal pub for a nice quiet drink or bite to eat with your family or friends.
Looking for more nearby pubs to visit?
If neither of these pubs in Purton are of interest, then there’s plenty more choice close by.
Here are some of the best nearby pubs to visit:
- The Bollingbroke Arms
- The Woodlands Edge
- The Prince of Wales