Homewood Park is an award winning luxury hotel and restaurant in Bath. Surrounded by 10 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands the hotel is just 6 miles from the centre of the Georgian City of Bath and 20 miles from Bristol. The restaurant serves the finest in modern English cuisine and is one of the most popular restaurants in Bath. Our chefs are famous for the technique, flair and imagination that goes into preparing dishes. We offer a sublime dining experience in one of the city's top restaurants.
The community run Mells Village Shop was opened by Kevin McCloud in 2009. The Cafe, opened by Mary Berry, followed in 2011. Together, the shop and cafe are the hub of village life as well as providing a popular pitstop for tourists,walkers and cyclists.
The Crown, a 15th century coaching inn in the heart of Wells, features a popular restaurant - Anton's Bistrot - and the equally popular Penn Bar. Menus offer an eclectic selection of dishes featuring the best local produce, providing diners with delicious, reasonably priced meals. Local ales and ciders are available too.
Located in the picturesque village of Symondsbury, The Ilchester Arms is a 15th century village inn with oak beams and a huge open fireplace in the bar area; it's the ideal choice for dining out, a stay of a night or longer or enjoying a relaxing drink in convivial company in the heart of the scenic West Dorset countryside. Whatever the occasion, be it a family celebration in the evening, a lunchtime get-together or a snack during a break in a day's walking, The Ilchester Arms can cater for your needs. Our menu offers something for everyone with locally-sourced produce used whenever possible. All our suppliers are local as is the vast majority of the ingredients used in our popular, tasty and nutritious meals. Five fine Palmers ales brewed in the original Old Brewery at Bridport are also available from the bar.
The Poltimore Inn is situated in the pretty village of North Molton on the edge of beautiful Exmoor, famous for its breath taking scenery, wildlife and exhilarating walks. We would like to welcome all customers old and new and will be offering great service, fabulous food, quality real ales and a selection of fine wines. You will be able to dine al fresco in our sunny beer garden or in our stylish, separate restaurant, which seats up to 80 guests.
The Travellers Rest is a cosy, 17th Century inn with flagstone flooring, open fires and beamed ceilings. Nestled between Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay, the pub is ideally located to relax and unwind as you take in the sights of the North Cornwall coast. Traditional pub food is served between 12 to 3pm and 6pm to 9pm. There's also fresh seafood available, a carvery, plus vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.
We beleive that a pub is place for everyone. The Wheatsheaf is a recently rejuventated thatched pub that sits in a peaceful village serving "upmarket peasant food" and wood fired pizzas - which means it's unpretentious, passionate, exciting, affordable and offers loads of flavour.
Ollie’s parents have a farm 3 miles away growing some of the best produce around. Organic fruit and vegetables, wild herbs and flowers, the best sausages, hand made charcuterie, rare breed pork, wild honey bees, grass fed lamb that graze all year round - our heroes!
We are passionate about organic food. Not only is it better for the world, but it tastes so good! We provide you this without the extra buck that you might expect. Organic local flour for pizza, organic chips, organic sugar and cream for ice cream, organic wine, organic local beef... tea, coffee, chocolate... we love it all!
On top of this, we have a Vintage Shop, Live Music Nights, Sawdays Award, SRA 3 Star for Sustainability and an Art Gallery. A pub is a place for everyone.
See you soon! Lauren and Ollie
"Ollie (MasterChef semi-finalist) and Lauren are brimming with energy and ideas for their flavourful pub"
"Possibly the best Pizza I have ever consumed!"
"Amazing - best pub restaurant near Hungerford"
"The pizzas are fabulous!! The young couple who run this pub have done wonders with it. We recommend it highly."
A brilliant community venture - run and staffed by volunteers. We are open daily from 11am until 5pm, and serve light lunches and Devon cream teas from 12 noon. We sell a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, groceries, local produce and homemade cakes.
67 Woolley Street, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1AQ
Originally three Georgian houses, The George has been lovingly and extensively refurbished, and revived as a proper community pub which offers everything from top cuisine to a friendly bar; relaxing coffee & cakes to private meeting rooms; gourmet wine dinners to family Sunday lunches. The George has something for everyone. Why not drop in for a drink, and discover it for yourself?
62 The High Street, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, SN16 9AT
With plenty to explore around Malmesbury, The Smoking Dog is a perfect pit stop for Bath and the surrounding areas; Westonbirt Arboretum, Malmesbury Abbey and Lacock Abbey nearby are all close. The Smoking Dog provides a welcome lunch, afternoon pick me up or a relaxing evening, so if you’re after a good, honest pint, a bite to eat or a catch up with friends, we’ll be here to welcome you through the door.