A welcoming inn on the Stourhead estate - the famous National Trust garden.
With the emphasis on the highest quality locally-sourced ingredients, our menus and drinks selection has something to please everyone - from the simplest ploughmans with local cheeses through to sophisticated dining.
Large Georgian windows, some low ceilings and uneven floors give the rooms character - with items of the Trust's antique collection, period furniture, hand-made soft furnishings and painted with Farrow & Ball soft colours giving the rooms a comfortable country house feel.
Idyllically set within the 2,600 acres of the renowned Stourhead Estate, one of the most popular National Trust properties in the country, the Spread Eagle offers a unique and picturesque location for your Wedding Reception.
Around & About
We're close to some amazing places to visit!
With Longleat just 6 miles away and Stonehenge within 20 miles, the Spread Eagle makes a great base from which to explore the surrounding area.
Our commitment to local sourcing
With free range eggs from St. Martins Farm just off the Estate, Wiltshire game from Tisbury, steaks and local West Country beef, fish from the coast, Lyme Bay scallops and fillets of Cornish bream, we're committed to offering the best locally-sourced food.
Drinks include local real ales and ciders as well as an excellent selection of wines from around the world - including the West Country!
About the Stourhead Estate
The Spread Eagle Inn is on the Stourhead estate which features a Palladian mansion and world-famous landscape lake & garden.
Secluded in its own private valley, Stourhead features one of the world's finest landscape gardens. The 18th-century design centres on the magnificent lake, surrounded by classical temples, enchanting grottos and rare and exotic trees.
Uncover the fascinating history of the Hoare family at Stourhead House, a majestic Palladian mansion home to a unique Regency library and fabulous collections of Chippendale furniture and paintings, set amid delightful lawns and parkland.
King Alfred's Tower, an intriguing red-brick folly built in 1772 by Henry Flitcroft, is almost 50m high and gives breathtaking views over the estate. Much of the estate woodland and downland is managed for nature conservation and there are two interesting Iron Age hill-forts, White Sheet Hill and Park Hill Camp.
Stourhead is at the heart of a 1,072-hectare (2,650-acre) estate where chalk downs, ancient woods and farmland are managed for nature conservation.