If you enjoy homegrown food you’ll be very happy here buying and cooking beef, lamb and pork straight from the farm. Come as a couple or take other spaces around an L-shaped courtyard and get use of the Big Barn (seats 42) and also the Granary (seats 10) for yoga, business meetings or convivial family get-togethers. Longstones is small but the use of space is clever and high, vaulted ceilings make it seem more spacious.
The welcome hamper has local milk, butter, sourdough bread and apple juice, teas and coffee are in the cupboards. There’s a fresh, bright feel to the open-plan living space with art by local Becky Borthwick and books and games for if you’re stuck indoors. A little table and chairs for outdoor eating is yours but there are other tables dotted about for communal barbecues in summer.
Walk to the little hamlet of Beckhampton in four minutes for a good pub or to Avebury (half an hour) by public footpath.