Deep in the heart of Beaminster is one of Dorset's treasures. The Greyhound Inn situated in the town square and has been serving the local community since the 1700s. As one of the oldest pubs in the area, The Greyhound has earned it's place in local history and continues to offer great food, wines and real ales. One of the pub's main attractions is the menu. The substantial choice is further enhanced by the fact that all their dishes are home cooked using fresh locally sourced ingredients. The Greyhound always has a great selection of wines and Palmers Brewery real ales to accompany a great menu.
The essential components of any pizza are the dough, the sauce and the cheese which is why we use nothing but the best quality ingredients available.
Our bases are homemade using our own slow-risen multigrain dough recipe that we rest for at least 72 hours, making them incredibly light and easier to digest than classic pizza. We hand prepare our toppings with as much love as we have for our dough using the very best seasonal and foraged Cornish ingredients where possible. This enables us to experiment with new meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan combinations so we will have all your favourite toppings plus new seasonal variations for you to try, all taste tested in our own kitchen!
We’ve transformed the former Tourist Information centre in the heart of Bournemouth and stamped our signature style. As one of our largest locations to date, the huge windows and cloud-like framework add to the character of the building. With large oak tables, bench seating, chunky candles and hand-painted wall art, this place is perfect for post-beach hangouts, weekend celebrations and as the perfect place to gather with friends. On the corner of the beautiful Lower Gardens, it provides the perfect gateway to the beachfront from the centre of town. And wait to you see upstairs and what we’ve got outside overlooking the gardens…
We have the usual tasty offering of over 80 varieties of cider and sourdough base pizza with homemade tomato sauce and delicious locally sourced toppings. Try The Blazing Saddle; slow roasted pulled beef, smoked bacon, caramelised onion, grilled red pepper and mozzarella topped with sour cream and jalapeño chillies. Phew.
Bringing a crowd? No worries, we’ve got plenty of space and welcome large bookings. We now offer cider tasting experiences with our resident Cider Masters Beth and Kate – please call for more info.
Award winning country pub and boutique hotel set in the stunning countryside, offering a home-away-from-home experience.
Our rooms, all of which are en-suite, are individually designed to encapsulate the vintage and boutique styles of the building and its history. Sporting high ceilings, original, exposed wooden beams and period windows. Room service menus are available all night long and dogs are also very welcome in some of our select dog-friendly rooms.
Our menus are inspired by the seasons and by the local, sustainable ingredients available to us. Offering a predominantly modern British cuisine with influences from continental Europe. We also create inspiring, daily specials to suit all tastes. Whether you’re joining us for a breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just a snack we have a varied menu to suit all tastes and dietary requirements.
Welcome to Jamaica Inn, high up on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier's tale of smugglers, rogues and wreckers. A new BBC drama of Jamaica Inn was broadcast at Easter 2014.
This historic coaching house has welcomed weary travellers crossing Bodmin Moor for nearly 300 years. Full of legend, mystery, romance and even, according to folklore, the odd friendly spirit, the Inn continues to welcome guests to its 36 en suite bedrooms, award-winning restaurant, ‘olde worlde’ bars with great local ales and wines, its farm shop, souvenir shop and the fascinating Smugglers’ Museum where tales of wreckers, murderers and villains are brought wonderfully to life!
The Inn is easily reached being just beside the A30 at Bolventor, midway between Launceston and Bodmin. It is the perfect base for exploring the moor and, being close to the Cornwall and Devon border, it is also a great base for visiting almost anywhere in either county and still be back in time for dinner.
The Cross Keys Inn is a real ale country pub in the heart of Somerset. We represent a fusion of traditional style with contemporary tastes. An inspiring menu from our creative chef accompanies our range of beers poured straight from the barrel. We offer 6 ensuite bedrooms for overnight stays.
Sladers Yard, West Bay Road, West Bay, Bridport, DT6 4EL
Sladers Yard Cafe is open all day, every day, serving locally produced, freshly cooked food and drinks. Moorish dishes include mezze platters to share, fresh seafood, imaginative meat or vegetarian dishes and beautiful salads. Our dreamy snacks, cakes and puddings are all homemade, and we serve local beers, ciders, organic juices, wines, spirits, teas and coffees. Sladers Yard Cafe is attached to an art gallery and also hosts a number of evening events: live music, poetry performances, artists' talks, special themed dinners and private parties/weddings.
Situated in Exmouth’s delightful Regency Terrace, you will discover the historic 52 bedroom 3-star Royal Beacon Hotel, Exmouth’s Regal Connection.
For over two centuries, The Royal Beacon Hotel has offered guests a tradition of genuine hospitality that has continued in its present role as Exmouth’s most historic hotel. Whether you’re with us for a short weekend break, a business trip or celebration, travelling light or with the whole family, the Royal Beacon has options to suit everyone.
Our highly acclaimed restaurant 1810 faces out to sea, with cosy bay windows and soft lighting it’s the perfect place to relax and enjoy fine dining. Our Head Chef Paul Bazell and his team work with the very best local suppliers to create exciting dishes crafted from the very best in local produce.
The Hawkins' Arms is an old coaching inn in the centre of the village of Probus. This family run pub gives visitors a welcoming, relaxed place to come for a drink or to dine with friends and family. It features a lovely beer garden and good car parking.
All our food is prepared here on the premises, using as much local produce as possible.
We truly believe we can produce restaurant quality, affordable, food in a pub enviroment for your enjoyment.
We also take great pride in our wide choice of local beers, wines, ciders and spirits. With certificates of excellence. Including Cask Marque & Guinness.
Since taking over in March 2017, we are becoming very popular so we do recommend booking.
There’s plenty of charm to be found at The Bear, just off the high street in Cirencester, you’ll be greeted with warm welcome to this beautiful old building brimming with old beams. Whether you’re after a drink with friends, or a tasty meal, The Bear is the spot for you.