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Traditional restaurants in North Wiltshire

The Rising Sun

Traditional6 miles 32 Bowden Hill SN15 2PP

Whether you’re looking for al fresco dining on a hot summer’s day, or a cosy pint on a cold winter’s evening The Rising Sun has it covered. Located in the picturesque village of Lacock, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d stepped into a Jane Austen novel with its quintessentially English charm, wooden beams, and stunnin...

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The Milk Churn

Traditional6.3 miles Commerce Way SN12 6AD

Sitting on the outskirts of the old market town of Melksham, amidst riverside gardens and rolling countryside, is The Milk Churn, an establishment as loyal to its heritage as it is to its food. At this warm and welcoming dining spot, the team made us feel right at home as we settled in to sate a healthy appetite after explori...

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The Duke

Traditional7.8 miles Melbourne Street Bratton BA13 4RW

Situated in picturesque Bratton, on the edge of the Salisbury Plains and just a stone’s throw from Westbury, The Duke is a peaceful haven with fantastic food and friendly service. The passionate team prides itself on its friendly welcome, homemade British fare and well-kept ales from Wickwar and Moles breweries. The pub’s rece...

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Harp & Crown

Traditional8.8 miles Vely Hill Gastard SN13 9PU

Whether it’s your very first time or your second time in a week, every visit to the Harp & Crown promises to be as enjoyable as the last. Situated in the village of Gastard, the pub is somewhat of a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Those in the know will have heard of its great reputation for first-class traditional fare...

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The Neston Country Inn

Traditional10.1 miles 25 Pool Green Neston SN13 9SN

Owned and run by Desrae and Tony Procos, The Neston Country Inn is a real British treasure located in the heart of the village of Neston. This traditional pub dates back to the early 1800s and boasts a cosy bar, great rustic food and comfortable guest accommodation. Focusing on seasonal, local produce, the menu showcases fantastic...

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The Plough at Bradford Leigh

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.3 miles Rushey Lane Bradford Leigh BA15 2RW

If you're after a tender West Country sizzling steak of renowned quality, The Plough at Bradford Leigh is exactly where you should be. You'd be hard pushed to find a more tranquil setting to enjoy a meal or drink. Great steaks, fresh fish and pub classics are their speciality. They also have the new Bertha charcoal oven which result...

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The Hare & Hounds

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 miles 48 Pickwick SN13 0HY

This grade-II-listed coaching inn has long been associated with Charles Dickens; it is reputed that Dickens stayed at The Hare & Hounds whilst penning The Pickwick Papers - in fact, the landlord at the time was named Moses Pickwick. Today, this award-winning pub is a bustling hive of activity that's popular with locals and visit...

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The Dandy Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.2 miles 35 Market Street BA15 1LL

Nestling in the heart of Bradford-on-Avon is the picturesque, bow-windowed Dandy Lion. Once inside, this apparently small pub is like the Tardis, opening up the further you venture inside. Whether you choose to dine in the bustling, friendly bar or the more intimate first-floor restaurant, you can be sure of freshly prepared, qualit...

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The Canal Tavern

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.2 miles 49 Frome Road BA15 1LE

After a stroll beside the striking Kennet and Avon Canal, this establishment is a welcome sight for the weary walker or a family with children, who can explore The Canal Tavern's pirate ship in the large garden. A short walk from the famous Tithe Barn, safely away from the water's edge on the dry side of the towpath, guests are perf...

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The Bear

Traditional11.9 miles High Street Box SN13 8EQ

The Bear has been serving the public since 1674, and is proud to offer its clientele a pleasing mix of superb cask ales and homemade food. Boasting beamed ceilings, a lovely grandfather clock and a spacious dining area, it is a genuine pleasure to eat at this pub. The food is attractively presented as well as being full of flavour, ...

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The Full Moon at Rudge

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants12.4 miles Rudge BA11 2QF

Located just ten miles from Bath, in the hamlet of Rudge, this traditional 1680s country pub has been providing a beacon of hospitality for hundreds of years. In a previous incarnation, The Full Moon brewed its own cider from apples grown locally, and now serves up local ales, cider and truly delicious food, gaining a reputation beyo...

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The Fox & Hounds

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.2 miles 9 High Street SN14 8DB

This 18th-Century former blacksmiths can be found in the heart of the picturesque village of Colerne. With its countless cosy areas and crackling log fire, The Fox is a delight and boasts ample room for everyone, with dogs welcome in the bar area too. The menu is a colourful mix of traditional and seasonal dishes, including heart...

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The Mill at Rode

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.3 miles Rode BA11 6AG

Spacious and contemporary, but with bags of history, The Mill at Rode is a mustvisit bar and restaurant in the charming village of Rode. Its riverside setting provides the perfect place to relax with a pint of Butcombe bitter, or a glass of something chilled from the excellent wine list. From working mill to factory, this buildi...

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The Inn At Freshford

Traditional13.3 miles The Hill Freshford BA2 7WG

The pretty village of Freshford lies just six miles from Bath on the A36, and it is here you'll find an exceptional dining experience. This 16th-Century inn occupies a traditional stone-brick building, and a sense of cosiness and charm prevails throughout. The dining area, with wood burners in the hearths and candles on the tables...

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The Cross Keys

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants13.4 miles 20 High Street Rode BA11 6NZ

Situated in the heart of leafy Rode, The Cross Keys is a traditional pub flaunting oak beams, low ceilings and soft lighting, creating a relaxed and inviting atmosphere for all the family. Many a punter has been drawn to their beautiful beer garden in the summer months, which is surrounded by hanging baskets harbouring a variety of ...

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