Country pub with very good food indeed. Michelin Star good.
The Pony and Trap
Tel: 01275 332627
The Fox and Badger
Tel: 01225 832293
The White Hart at Ford is a beautiful stone built coaching inn set in a lovely valley by a trout stream a few miles from Chippenham. The outdoor eating area is particularly pleasant when the weather is favourable.
The White Hart Ford
Tel: 01249 782213
Great pub in a stunning location between the River Avon and the Kennet and Avon Canal. Can be reached by car (car parks both sides of the river), train (Avoncliff Station), or by cycling or walking along the canal towpath. The Cross Guns is a 20-30 minute walk from Bradford on Avon.
The Cross Guns
Tel: 01225 862335
“The Cross Guns is a stunning 16th century Inn full of historic character with original beams & low ceilings. Located in the idyllic & tranquil village of Avoncliff, nestled on the canal towpath between Bath and Bradford on Avon; the Cross Guns boasts a breath-taking setting with panoramic views of the river, the aqueduct and weir.
The large decked and terraced garden set on the river bank is a perfect location on sunny days and is a popular destination for walkers, cyclists, boaters, canoeists, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Dogs welcome.
Open 7 days a week, serving home cooked food everyday using seasonal & local produce where possible. Open for breakfast daily. Vegetarian and vegan dishes feature on the menu and a delicious roast is served on Sundays. Sumptuous feasts are cooked over open fire from the outdoor kitchen on the first Sunday of every month.” (Text and image supplied by Ideal Trade Co).
The Second Bridge
10 Manvers Street
Tel: 01225 464 449
Tel: 01225 421200
Originally opened in late January 2011 under the Halcyon Hotel on South Parade. Occupied the George Street site in 2016. Previously these premises housed Tobias and the Angel (pizzas), the Stable (pizzas) and the Hole in the Wall (fine dining).
Circo is part of the Halcyon/Porter/Clayton’s Kitchen Group.
15 – 18 George Street
Tel: 01225 585 100
Up until February 2011 was known as O’Neill’s
1 Barton Street