Gourmet gadabouts looking to spend a foodie weekend in Bath should book a room at The Queensberry Hotel and dine in its basement restaurant, The Olive Tree.
The offer at Robin Wylde is simple: a multi‑course tasting menu which provides a snapshot of each micro‑season of Lyme’s coast and countryside.
Just a short drive from the dreaming spires of Oxford stands glamorous Cotswold retreat Minster Mill, part of the Andrew Brownsword Hotels collection.
Dine in historic opulence at this three-AA-rosette-rated Relais & Châteaux hotel in a castle once owned by King Henry VIII.
‘Non si vive di solo pane’, translating as ‘you don’t live on bread alone’, is an apt motto for this Fowey eatery, which excels at Italian-inspired cuisine made from artisan Cornish produce.
Chef patron Ron Faulkner has established a reliable gourmet go-to for Thornbuy’s discerning diners.
Overlooking Chesil Beach, Crab House Cafe is a laid-back setting where visitors can feast on seafood plucked from the ocean mere metres away.
‘Refined comfort food’ is how Alasdair Clifford describes his style of cooking at this contemporary country pub near Ilminster.
This bistro enjoys a loyal following of customers who frequent it for its high-calibre cooking in unpretentious surroundings.