European chic in Bath city centre.
Step into a bygone era at this grand restaurant and bar and delight in elegant British dishes.
Ness Cove in Shaldon is famous for its smuggler’s tunnel and picturesque beach, but epicureans know it best for this day-to-night dining concept.
A must-visit for convivial dining in the heart of Bath.
On balmy summer evenings in Bristol, few restaurants can compete with Harbour House’s waterside location.
Nestled amid 86 acres of stunning parkland on the outskirts of Exeter, 19th-century Winslade Manor exudes understated luxury.
When Sarah and Sera Gurung decided to settle in the UK in 2004, they opened the UK’s first purely Nepalese restaurant in one of Bath’s grand Georgian townhouses.
Tucked away in the coastal resort of Carlyon Bay near St Austell, Edie’s is a family affair.
This Inn’s exterior gives no hint of the wonders within: part cider house, part boutique hotel.