The Organ Inn dates from around 1770 and was forced to close in 1913 due to local council regulations on the high volume of public houses in the area.
After closing in 1913 it became a butchers in 1915 and went on to become a fruiterers in 1924. It became commonly known as Warminster Fish and Fruit in 1939, owned by the Bishop family and remained until 2000. Re-opened in 2006 by Dan Keene.
We offer a full range of quality ales, wines and spirits and pride itself on its ability to provide Warminster with a different drinking experience.
The Organ Inn was the first non smoking public house in the West Wiltshire area. We have no televisions, No Music (except the occasional live music on special events), and no under 21's policy.
As you will see when you visit the pub is very deceiving from the High Street, with its narrow frontage. It boasts a front bar, snug bar, traditional games room, outside covered smokers area, beer garden, skittle alley and an upstairs conference rooms, which also doubles as our art gallery. Showcasing some fantastic local artwork.
PUB OF THE YEAR 2019
This year we have been privileged enough to be awarded the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) 2019 pub of the Year award for the Bath & Borders Region.
This branch of CAMRA encompasses not only Bath but also towns and villages in Wiltshire and Somerset. The whole area is a rich haven of real ale with over 300 splendid pubs and 17 excellent breweries.
"This award is in recognition of the hard work and dedication Dan and his team have shown over the years, by offering a thriving real ale and cider pub and an asset to the community" said CAMRA Denis Rahilly.
We have also maintained our position in the Good Beer Guide every year we have been opened, we are also consistently inspected and awarded 'Cask Marque' status for the excellent Cask conditioned ales we serve.
The Organ Inn
49 High Street