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Are you planning a trip to Wiltshire and need some inspiration for great places to grab a bite to eat? Our county boasts an incredible selection of cuisines, making eating out in Wiltshire a real pleasure. Whether you’re looking for Michelin stars, cosy inns, or cutting-edge gastropubs, we’ve got it all. Keep reading to discover our top recommendations for the best places to eat in Wiltshire.

1) The Methuen Arms, Corsham

Boasting bags of character and charm, The Methuen Arms is the sort of pub that’s always full on a Sunday night. The Georgian coaching inn is set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, immediately next to the stately home and incredible grounds of Corsham Court. Cosy on the inside and boasting a sunny beer garden outside, this dog-friendly pub has a relaxed vibe with scrubbed wooden tables and an ambitious menu. Locally made bread is served with cheese and pickle butter, and roasted cauliflower, katsu and coconut ensure that vegetarians and vegans are provided for. There are 15 types of greens available on the menu, and they even serve honey from their own hives!

Distance from Mill Farm Glamping: 25-minute drive.

2) The Bunch of Grapes, Bradford-on-Avon

One of the jewels in the crown of Bradford-on-Avon’s Georgian streets is the recently revamped The Bunch of Grapes; a family-run pub and restaurant which focuses on high quality produce and service. Decorated with varying hues of grey and exposed lightbulbs, The Bunch of Grapes is run by husband-and-wife team Tony Casey (Head Chef) and Maylee Speller (Operations Director). Their seasonal menus aim to highlight British ingredients at their best, sourcing the finest beverages from suppliers in the south-west of England. On the seven-course tasting menu, the beetroot with truffled goat’s cheese is a particular highlight, and their Sunday roast lamb with salsa verde is to die for. Their food has been recognised with entries in the Michelin Guide and The Good Food Guide, and they have even won two AA rosettes.

Distance from Mill Farm Glamping: 25-minute drive.

3) Sign of the Angel, Lacock

Sign of the Angel is a charming, 15th Century coaching inn, reminiscent of a storybook drawing with low-slung beams and large inglenook fireplaces. Having taken over the property five years ago, brothers Tom and Jack Nicholas renovated the once-tired pub and devised an innovative menu to match its new splendour. Delicious dishes are created using fresh, seasonal ingredients from local, sustainable suppliers in the West Country. Highlights include a seven-course tasting menu featuring Cornish mackerel terrine with pea mousse, and a melt-in-the-mouth local cheese platter. The easy-going atmosphere indoors is continued outside in the beautiful garden, where visitors can enjoy an ice cream next to the stream or share a bottle of wine among friends.

Distance from Mill Farm Glamping: 22-minute drive.

4) Red Lion Freehouse, Pewsey

A traditional 18th Century country pub set in the Vale of Pewsey, the Red Lion Freehouse is a family owned and run establishment recommended by the Michelin Guide and celebrated with three AA Rosettes for its culinary success. A fantastic range of local, hand-pumped beer and cider, creative cocktails, fine wines, and home-made drinks are accompanied by an amazing À La Carte menu, five course tasting menu, and bar snacks available for lunch and dinner; all inspired by natural flavours and a classic cooking technique. The Red Lion is conveniently situated for those exploring Stonehenge or travelling down the A303.

Distance from Mill Farm Glamping: 34-minute drive.

5) Rick Stein’s Marlborough

Rick Stein’s Marlborough restaurant brings a taste of Cornwall to the heart of Wiltshire. The charming establishment is the perfect place to put your feet up and refuel during a busy day of shopping in the historic market town or walking in the picturesque north-east Wiltshire countryside. Fresh ingredients are used to create delicious seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes, served as part of two or three-course set menus. Combine mouth-watering dishes, excellent wines, and coastal charm for an unforgettable culinary experience.

Distance from Mill Farm Glamping: 35-minute drive.

Experience the Best of Wiltshire at Mill Farm Glamping

There truly is no end to the incredible culinary establishments Wiltshire has to offer. One of the best ways to experience the very best of this exciting part of the country is with a stay at Mill Farm Glamping. Our luxury glamping site offers five different types of accommodation, from Shire Houses to safari tents, and treehouses to farmhouses – you’re guaranteed to find your ideal accommodation at Mill Farm! All our accommodation is self-catering, so you have every reason to try the delicacies of Wiltshire for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Book your luxury stay at Mill Farm Glamping today!

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