The Masons Arms boasts a prime location along the main High Street in the Wiltshire town of Warminster. Nestled between Salisbury and Bath, this lovely town is a great destination with a wide range of shops and amenities. Located at the heart of the community, The Masons Arms is a popular local pub, attracting a good mix of clientele from local residents to visitors passing through the town. Following a recent takeover, The Masons Arms is now also a popular destination for dining in Warminster thanks to the pub’s superb restaurant menu.
Classic pub dishes have been taken to an extra level at The Masons Arms by their chefs who really appreciates the use of local, seasonal produce. There are some delicious dishes to choose from, each of a generous portion and cooked fresh on the premises. The chicken and tarragon pie with proper mash and seasonal vegetables is a real winner amongst the customers of The Masons Arms and the monk fish scampi with homemade tartare sauce and chips is another winner. The restaurant serves a fine choice of steaks too with the Master Mason one of the house dishes (a bone in sirloin steak with Stilton, mushrooms, hand cut chips and watercress salad).
A stunning white period building, The Masons Arms is a large and spacious establishment. Inside, the cosy restaurant area is decked out in traditional wooden chairs and tables with attractive upholstery and there are plenty of period features to enjoy. The pub also boasts a superb beer garden which is ideal for dining and drinking al fresco in the summertime and great for the little eons to let off some steam.