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The Little Black Book: Pubs & Inns

  • Helen Browning’s Royal Oak

    Muddy says: A dining pub with rooms on a lush farm in Wiltshire. If you want great tasting organic food, the farm is where it starts!

  • COCKTAILS BAR MINT

    Craft Bar

    Muddy says: Craft beer, craft cider and a cool street food kitchen, welcome to your local Salisbury haunt.

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    Three Tuns Freehouse

    Muddy says: We love The Three Tuns for its year-round curb appeal. Roaring fires, fabulous beer garden and top notch grub - what's not to like?

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    Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe

    Muddy says: Fancy a snuggle in this award-winning pub? It's a perfectly cosy blend of traditional 18th century architecture and stylish, modern interior design - just what we love at Muddy

  • The Wheatsheaf

    Muddy says: Sooooo much more than a pub, The Wheatsheaf has an art gallery, music studios, great grub...and did I mention it's all local, organic and sustainable? Right up our Muddy street. You comin' too?

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    Sheep on Sheep Street

    Muddy says: A stylish new refurb of this Stow-on-the-Wold Inn takes it into must-try territory for pizza lovers and Cotwolds explorers.

  • The Porch House

    Muddy says: England’s self-proclaimed ‘oldest inn’ also happens to be one of the classiest I’ve stayed at, with stylish interiors, excellent gastrofare and luxe bedrooms. A big yes.

  • The Weighbridge Inn

    Muddy says: An historic Cotswold inn with rustic charms aplenty, local real ales on tap and knockout 2in1 Pies.

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    Timbrell’s Yard

    Muddy says: Thumbs up for this cool Bradford-on-Avon gaff, serving fresh West Country meals and snacks, and all absolutely delish

  • The Woolpack Inn

    Muddy says: It’s impossible to resist the bohemian charms of this cool, old-school, independent pub hanging out in the stunning Slad Valley.

  • The Bath Arms

    Muddy says: We love this cosy hideaway tucked in the shadow of Longleat. It's the perfect place to relax, unwind and explore...

  • The Hollow Bottom

    Muddy says: We love this award-winning, 17th-century country pub in the Cotswold heartland for its fab food, chilled-out atmosphere and quirky touches.

  • The Old Ale and Coffee House

    Muddy says: Looking for the best brunch in Salisbury? A beach hut in the garden? A fun place to just, hey, hang out? We've found the joint, and you're gonna love it!

  • The Bell, Ramsbury

    Muddy says: The Bell at Ramsbury has just been awarded the coveted AA Best Pub in England Award for 2017/18! What more do you need to know?

  • The Old Lodge

    Muddy says: We’re blown away by this elemental wedding venue on top of the world on Minchinhampton Common.

  • The Riverbarn

    Muddy says: All hail the winner of Best Restaurant in Wiltshire in the Muddy Stilettos Awards, The Riverbarn in Fonthill Bishop! It's worth travelling to from far and wide

  • The Vine Tree, Norton

    Formerly an old mill, serving beverages through the front windows to travellers in passing carriages, The Vine Tree is a now a Freehold Inn, nestling in the tiny picturesque traditional English hamlet of Norton on the edge of The Cotswolds. Today the Inn offers a warm inviting atmosphere with lashings of character, flagstone floors, a […]

  • The Chef’s Dozen, Chipping Camden

    The Chef’s Dozen is proudly located in Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds. 2015 Winner of ‘Chef of the Year’ at the Cotswold Life Food and Drink Awards and awarded Chipping Campden’s High Street Business of the Year 2014, we are committed to working closely with a small core of quality producers who are dedicated to […]

  • The Maytime Inn

    The Maytime Inn is a luxurious, 4 star gold rating hideaway, tucked into the historic village of Asthall, Oxfordshire. Dating back to the 17th century, it was bought by now-owner Dominic Wood in 2012 and has since been extensively renovated and remodelled. There is now a bar and restaurant for visitors to enjoy, as well […]

  • The Porch House

    A handsome, Grade II* listed, Cotswold building with parts dating from 947AD, The Porch House, in the heart of historic Stow-on-the-Wold, claims to be ‘England’s oldest Inn’. It is also a stylish boutique retreat with restaurant, inn and 13 stylish rooms from £99 a night on a B&B basis. A light and airy bar with […]

  • Sign of the Angel, Lacock

    This 2 AA Rosette awarded 15th Century coaching inn encompasses the key elements of a traditional Inn – to provide great tasting food and drink in front of large open fires with warm, homely rooms for those staying overnight. Sign of the Angel is located in the National Trust village of Lacock, on the edge […]

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