Great West Way Travel Magazine

Gourmet Guide to Food and Drink


The Restaurant, No 15 Great Pulteney

Open for a show-stopping supper or lovely lunch while you're exploring the city of Bath. Seasonal local meat, fresh fruit and veg are sourced from Buxton Butchers and family-run grocers, Lovejoys, and as for bread and baked goodies, there's nowhere better than beloved Bath institutio­n, Bertinet Bakery. → guesthouse­

The Dower House Restaurant, The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa

Award winning dishes are created with passion and served with pride by award-winning Head Chef Martin Blake and his team.

→ royalcresc­

Guyers House Hotel & Restaurant, Chippenham

Set in a lovely old house with its own kitchen garden and orchard the pretty dining room restaurant offers a menu of finely cooked modern British cuisine.

→ guyershous­

Heyworth Restaurant, Henley Greenland's Hotel

Here you can enjoy an evening meal prepared by passionate chefs with menus designed using seasonal produce and locally sourced ingredient­s.

→ hospitalit­

Windsor & Eton Brewery, Leaf at The Castle Hotel

From comforting classics to light bites and delectable vegan options, British artisan cheeses and local beers visit Leaf, serves dishes made from the finest locally sourced produce with a wide-ranging, modern menu.

→ castlehote­

The Moonraker Hotel Brasserie

Like the seasons, menus change as Xavier and his team use fresh local produce to create and showcase some old-fashioned classics, putting the hotel Brasserie firmly on the culinary map. They have a walled garden used as the setting for their smokery which they use to smoke their meat and fish.

→ moonrakerh­

The Old Bell Hotel, Saints & Sinners

Home to some of the most delicious food in the Cotswolds serveing a menu of dishes made from deliciousl­y fresh, locally sourced ingredient­s.

The Old Bell Hotel is a Grade I listed hotel, rumoured to be England's oldest hotel, located next door to Malmesbury Abbey.

→ oldbellhot­

Plum + Spilt Milk, Great Northern Hotel

An award-winning restaurant in the heart of King's Cross, offering a beautiful seasonal modern-British menu, with locally sourced ingredient­s. In an elegant yet cosy atmosphere, surrounded by the views of King's Cross and St Pancras.

→ plumandspi­

Rick Stein, Marlboroug­h

Rick Stein's Marlboroug­h restaurant brings a taste of Cornwall to the Great West Way. Located on Marlboroug­h High Street, serving a combinatio­n of classic seafood dishes, excellent wines and with plenty of coastal charm.


The Roseate Hotels, London, Reading and Bath

All three of The Roseate Hotels, Roseate House in London, near Hyde Park, The Roseate in Reading and


Discover crisp, white, award-winning bubbly varieties

Alder Ridge Vineyard

Between Hungerford and Marlboroug­h →

Aldwick Estate Vineyard

Nestled beneath the famous Mendip Hills → aldwickest­

Bluestone Vineyards at Cholderton Rare Breeds Farm

10 acre on-site boutique vineyard on the McConnell family farm in Wiltshire

→ bluestonev­


Enjoy wine tastings, taprooms and tours

Bristol Brewery Tours

Mardyke Wharf, Bristol → bristolbre­

Bristol Hoppers

Walking Tours of Bristol's Craft Beer Scene → bristolhop­

The Bath Brew House

14 James Street West, Bath → thebathbre­

Wadworth Brewery

Northgate Brewery, Devizes, Wiltshire →

West Berkshire Brewery

The Old Dairy, Yattendon →

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