Lying within the small village of Long Marston, the Masons Arms was originally built as a private house in 1685 and became the local hostelry in 1861. The attractive, traditionally styled inn has been carefully refurbished inside and provides a spacious garden at the front while hiding a secret garden at the rear. In warm weather you can enjoy your drinks and meals watching a spectacular sunset.
Popular with the locals and visitors to the area, the superb food and outstanding service are the main attractions. A wide ranging menu is served at lunchtime and evenings offering a selection of popular favourites. Everything is home-made and tasty and offers excellent value for money.
To accompany your meal there is a fine wine selection along with a well-stocked bar serving popular real ales, draught beers and lagers. The skittle alley is perennially popular and the same room is available for functions and gatherings. There are regular, well-advertised themed events throughout the year.
The team look forward to welcoming you.