Experience a slice of ancient British heritage with a day trip to Stonehenge. Just a half an hours’ drive from The B.V.I., this incredible World Heritage Site rising majestically from the rolling hills of Wiltshire has baffled scientists and historians for centuries and has become a spiritual mecca for Pagan worship. Dating back over 3,500 years, a visit to this prehistoric monument is sure to intrigue and excite. Try to unravel its mysteries for yourself before returning to The B.V.I. to dine on another fine heritage – delicious British cuisine. A perfect day out for families and history lovers.

Explore the Enigmatic Wonders of Stonehenge

If you’re looking for the perfect base from which to explore this stunning part of the world, The Bourne Valley Inn is a traditional, welcoming pub and inn with extremely comfortable beds that is near to the Bombay Saphire Gin Distillery

Our delicious meals are created with fresh, seasonal produce, and we have plenty of delicious Butcombe beer on tap behind the bar.


Follow A360 to A303 for approximately 1 mile

Follow A303 to A3093 in Hampshire for approximately. Then take the A3093 exit from A303

At Longbarrow Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A303 and continue for 3 miles
At Countess Roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Amesbury Byp/A303

Continue to follow A303 for 15 miles

Exit onto A3093 towards Andover

Continue on A3093. Take Ox DroveWalworth Rd and Harroway to B3048 for approximately 5 miles

At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit and stay on A3093

Continue straight to stay on A3093 for half a mile

At Andover Down Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto London Rd/B3400.

Turn left onto Ox Drove and continue for another mile.

Turn right onto Walworth Road

Then after a mile, continue onto Harroway
Finally, turn left onto B3048

The BVI will be on the left before you enter the village of St. Mary Bourne