The Queensberry Hotel is one of Bath's longest established independent family-owned business. It comprises of four Georgian townhouses, also home to the city’s only Michelin Star restaurant, The Olive Tree, lead by Head Chef Chris Cleghorn. He has a passion for creating seasonal dishes that are memorable with depth and clarity of flavour.
The famous and historic Two Bridges Hotel enjoys a stunning setting on the banks of the West Dart river in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. Luxurious, characterful and individually-styled rooms promise a good night's sleep followed by a hearty Dartmoor Breakfast. The award-wining menus feature local Devon produce throughout, from a casual bar lunch to a memorable evening meal in the oak-panelled Tors Restaurant. In the summer months the sunny river-view terrace is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite of lunch or a classic Devon Cream Tea, and the crackling log fires complement the warm welcome when it's cooler outside.
Welcome to The Grosvenor Arms, the heartbeat of the famous Dorset hilltop market town of Shaftesbury. The Grosvenor Arms is newly refurbished, it is traditional yet stylish, relaxed yet ‘buzzy’, and open all day. You are always welcome, for a drink in the bar, a cup of coffee in the conservatory, or a pizza from the wood oven. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and the cobbled courtyard is always available for an alfresco lunch or drink.
49 St Margaret's Street, Bradford on Avon, BA15 1DE
Timbrell's Yard offers 17 beautiful en-suite rooms with a spacious restaurant and bar. You can eat all day every day from our wonderful kitchen overseen by Tom Blake, group chef and ex River Cottage, and Ricky Ford, head chef and ex Gary Rhodes & The Museum Inn. Simple fresh food prepared on the premises daily and relying on the best West Country produce. The menu changes constantly and we showcase our local suppliers on boards around the walls.