The Ferryboat Inn dates back 300 years and is situated in the North Helford Passage on the waterfront. Surrounded by wooded banks and sloping fields, this is one of Cornwall's most breathtaking locations. Eating and drinking is central to The Ferryboat Inn, where we serve Wright Brothers seafood specialities alongside home-made pub classics. We have a 'farm to plate' philosophy meaning we want little or nothing to come between you and the produce we serve. Many of our oysters and shellfish are grown and harvested at the historic Duchy of Cornwall Oyster Farm (a short boat-ride up-river from the pub), and our fish, crabs and lobsters come from local day boats.
The Grange at Oborne is a privately owned and family run country house hotel. The Grange has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and provides a comfortable retreat for both hotel guests and restaurant diners. The head chef, Nick Hult, works tirelessly to create menus using fresh, local and seasonal produce.
New Street Lane, Loders, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3SA
The Loders Arms is a traditional Dorset village pub that has managed to retain its ambience. Marie and Ashley offer good service, great food and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. A large majority of the meat, cheese and fish on offer in their menu is sourced locally, as are most of the other ingredients they use. A fine selection of Palmers Brewery's real ales are available on tap. Relax in the cosy bar with open fireplace, dine in the restaurant, or enjoy the stunning views over to Boarsbarrow Hill from the beer garden.
Under the wide open Somerset skies, surrounded by fields and hedges and trees, lies The Pilgrims Restaurant, an old stone Pub now in the guise of award-winning Restaurant, complete with Rooms. With a passion for local produce which inspires a menu of unique dishes and an attention to detail which, should you choose, will guarantee a memorable stay. And, since The Pilgrims has been a pub for most of its many years, we have kept the bar and the lounge with its log fire to relax around, either pre or post dinner or after a bracing walk if you're staying.
The Pilot Boat is a traditional Dorset pub set in the heart of the busy seaside town of Lyme Regis that is popular with locals and visitors alike. Produce is bought daily depending on seasonality, from what is offered by nearby farms, caught in the sea, grown in the garden, foraged, shot or available at good local suppliers. They take their drink seriously as well, and in line with their keep it local ethos, all of the cask ale is brewed by the award winning Palmers in Bridport brewery, just down the road. The wine list is well considered, sampling a good cross section of grape varieties that complement the menu.
The Swan is the oldest pub in Bampton and offers a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, alongside traditional pub food, fine wines and real ales all at affordable prices. The Swan is passionate about using local produce and create some real pub classics such as sausages and mash, cod and chips, pies, grilled rump steak and baguettes with a great choice of sweets to tempt. They have well-kept real ale on the hand pumps with guest ales and a keen selection of wines to suit all tastes. There are also two comfortable double rooms and a twin room for bed and breakfast at the premises.
The Eastbury Hotel Ltd, 78 Cheap Street, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 3BY
The Three Wishes sits in the heart of historic Sherborne offering a relaxed environment in which to enjoy quality, local produce including fresh fish from Jon The Fishman and Samways in West Bay, meats and cheeses from Dorset and award-winning beers from Weymouth. We serve breakfast and lunch 7 days a week and offer a cafe/bistro menu. We're also open 2 evenings a week. Most of the produce used is sourced from within 20 miles showing our passion for locally produced food and drinks.
2 Hillside, The Street, Charmouth, Dorset, DT6 6PJ
Owned and run by husband and wife team Ian and Liz Simpson since 2001, The White House is situated in Charmouth, a coastal village in west Dorset at the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast. There are four large rooms which can accommodate up to 12 people.
We feel there is a great future for exciting vegetarian cuisine that promotes local, seasonal and organic produce. Tierra Kitchen is all about the quality of the food. We feel our vegetarian dishes are packed with flavour, while being innovative, healthy and delicious. Tierra Kitchen celebrates an A1 location in the heart of Lyme Regis cultural quarter, alongside Town Mill Bakery and the Old Mill. The cafe/restaurant has a warm, naturally-rustic feel inside, while outside there is a sunny streamside terrace. It is comfortable, relaxed and unassuming with friendly and efficient service. Brunch/lunch means freshly prepared, flavour-packed dishes, great coffee, juices and 100% homemade cakes and pastries. Dinner means a weekly changing menu, original dishes and twists on classics, with a Spanish, French and North African influence. You can also enjoy the menu by sampling a range of tapas style or smaller dishes. These are complemented by a carefully chosen wine list.