About The Lord Nelson Inn at Marshfield

A 17th Century Coaching Inn, reputedly Admiral Nelson stayed here on his way from Bristol to London.

The Lord Nelson at Marshfield is a delightful country pub and restaurant frequented by locals and visitors from far and wide. We also offer cosy accommodation, with all of the creature comforts expected by the modern traveller.

The Lord Nelson Inn is situated in the heart of historic Marshfield village which is on the edge of the Cotswolds, between the City of Bath the M4 motorway and approximately half way between Bristol and Chippenham on the A420.

At The Lord Nelson we pride ourselves on that all important warm welcome, and our varied evening and lunchtime menus. We cater for all tastes and pockets, and on Sunday our world famous Sunday Carvery is popular time for families and friends to meet over a delicious lunch.

We offer traditional cask ales and there is often a guest ale to keep things interesting. Our wine list is comprehensive, we sell all wines and champagnes by the glass.

We have free WI FI. We welcome well behaved dogs in our bar area but unfortunately not in the restaurant.

If you are using satellite navigation system and using the post code please make sure you are directed to Marshfield not Colerne, especially using a  Garmin device.


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