*Honeystreet Boats and the Honeystreet Mill Café are now open again, with new safety measures in place to protect customers and staff.*
*Due to Covid-19 We have a reduced number of tables inside the cafe to allow for more space between each table. We have a gazebo on the terrace in case of rain. All counter staff will be wearing face coverings/masks for everyone’s safety. Toilets accessible if you fill in a Track and Trace Form.*
Honeystreet Mill Cafe is a contemporary café, to provide a community space for both residents and tourists, whether by car, bike, foot or boat.
We offer a range of delicious fresh and local food to promote all that is best in the beautiful environment of Pewsey Vale. We hope wherever possible to use locally sourced fresh, sustainable ingredients. Customers will be able to choose to visit us for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea with the option of treating themselves to a chilled glass of prosecco on our terrace, as they watch the world go by Wiltshire-style!
We offer a range of food from ‘Big Bargee Breakfast’ to a ‘Homemade hummus & roasted veggies Boatman's Open Sandwich’. We don't just have food, we also offer afternoon tea. or why not treat yourself to ‘Marshfield Farm’ Real Dairy Ice Cream which is perfect for a stroll along the canal.
Alongside serving delicious fresh foods, we have taken an interest in the historical information of the site we are based on, and are keen to inform our customers of Honeystreet’s heritage, as we turn a new page, and write ourselves into its history.
There are clues to the site’s history when you start looking — the slope for boatbuilding, the tell-tale RAF blue used on the rafters of one building, and the buttons visible in the surface of our visitor car parking space. We are really keen to tell customers the biography of the site as we open a new chapter in its history. Anyone with local knowledge should feel free to get in touch on our Facebook account (Honeystreet Mill Café).
We are disabled friendly with a “no step” entrance and disabled toilet all on one level.
The Cafe is dog friendly(we even have dog icecream), wheelchair friendly, pushchair friendly.
We offer seating outside, and we have plenty of parking.
For More information Check out our social media.
Brand new, energetic, canal loving family run company
Friendly personal service. Our goal – a fun holiday for all our cruisers
We are based at Honeystreet on our own Wharf where the historic firm Robbins, Lane & Pinniger used to operate.
Friendly Narrow Boat holidays on the Kennet & Avon canal
Brand new company – operational 2016
Great value with absolutely NO Add Ons
Dog welcome, it’s their holiday too!
Traditional Holiday, with modern comfort
Based in Wiltshire in the beautiful Vale of Pewsey
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Directions from Marlborough
Take A4 signpost Chippenham out of Marlborough past the college.
After 2 miles past petrol station on right up hill turn left for Lockeridge. Follow the road through Lockeridge and continue about 5 miles down a long hill through Alton Barnes to Honey Street.
Immediately before canal bridge turn right into driveway (see directions above).
Directions from Devizes
From Devizes take A361 London Road signpost Swindon. At last roundabout by garage on left called Cannings Hill Garage turn right through to Horton, Allington to Alton Barnes (5 miles) past White Horse on left.
At staggered crossroads turn right to Honey Street (1/2 mile). Immediately before canal bridge turn right into driveway (see directions above).
Directions from Salisbury
From Salisbury take A345 to Amesbury. Proceed north over roundabout at A303 to Upavon.
In Upavon continue northwards on A345 to North Newnton roundabout (1/2 mile).
Continue straight ahead to Hilcott, Woodborough on to Honey Street. Over canal bridge turn immediately left into driveway
Honeystreet Boats is situated at the rear of a cluster of commercial buildings on the north side of the canal by the canal bridge. Turning off the road the driveway swings slightly left of a building which has a post box in front of it.
The driveway runs between two sets of buildings and you have reached Honeystreet Boats.
Direct train from London Paddington to Pewsey then a bus or taxi for 5 miles.
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