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  1. Add Boswell's Coach House to your Itinerary

    Boswell's Coach House

    Address

    Auchinleck House Estate, Auchinleck, CUMNOCK, Ayrshire, KA18 2LR

    Telephone

    01290 553145

    CUMNOCK

    A renovated coach house built by James Boswell back in 1760. One part is a coffee shop/restaurant and then there is a large area with sofas and chairs to sit and relax and read the daily newspapers.

  2. Add Treehouse Restaurant - Alnwick Garden to your Itinerary

    Treehouse Restaurant - Alnwick Garden

    Address

    Allerburn Lea, ALNWICK, Northumberland, NE66 1YU

    Telephone

    01665 511852

    ALNWICK

    The Treehouse is one of the most magical and unique restaurants to be found anywhere in the world. It’s high up in the treetops, with a roaring log fire in the centre of the room and trees growing through the floor.

  3. Add Craobh to your Itinerary

    Craobh

    Address

    26 James Square, CRIEFF, Perthshire, PH7 3EY

    Telephone

    01764 650762

    CRIEFF

    At Craobh Restaurant we serve you the best that Scotland has to offer with our selection of small plates for you to try everything or choose from our Argentine Grill offering brilliant steaks.

  4. The Albatros

    Address

    The Quay, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, NR23 1AT

    Telephone

    07979 087228

    Wells-next-the-Sea

    The Albatross is a former Dutch cargo ship built in 1899 as a North Sea clipper.  She is one of the oldest sailing ships still afloat. Instead of sailing the high seas the Albatros is now permanently moored alongside the Quay of Wells-next-the-Sea,…

  5. Add Sosban and The Old Butchers Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Sosban and The Old Butchers Restaurant

    Address

    Trinity House, 1A High Street, MENAI BRIDGE, Gwynedd, LL59 5EE

    Telephone

    01248 208 131

    MENAI BRIDGE

    Located in the heart of Menai Bridge on the Isle of Anglesey, within a historical Butcher’s Shop, this dining experience is a little different to most.

  6. Add Gilpin Spice to your Itinerary

    Gilpin Spice

    Address

    Crook Road, WINDERMERE, Cumbria, LA23 3NE

    Telephone

    015394 88818

    WINDERMERE

    At Gilpin there are two restaurants celebrating this tradition. The laid-back ‘Gilpin Spice’ has an open kitchen serving tapas-style pan-Asian dishes inspired by countries along the spice trail.

  7. L'enclume

    Address

    Cavendish Street, Cartmel, Nr Grange over Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6QA

    Telephone

    015395 36362

    Nr Grange over Sands

    The building dates back to the early 13th century and was the site of a family run blacksmith until the 1950s. L’Enclume has retained many of the building’s original features, including the blacksmith’s furnaces, exposed ceiling beams, and thick…

  8. The Knights Table

    Address

    Little Stainforth, Settle, BD24 0DP

    Telephone

    01729 822200

    Settle

    Nestling amongst the rolling Yorkshire Dales Hills is The Knights Table Café and Restaurant. Uniquely situated at the northern end of the Ribble Valley, the Knights table provides food fit for a King.

  9. Jews House Restaurant

    Address

    15 The Strait, Lincoln, LN2 1JD

    Telephone

    01522 524851

    Lincoln

    Housed in one of the oldest buildings in Lincoln, a great lunch stop if you are visiting the City. A really warm welcome, friendly and efficient staff, unhurried start to the evening looking at the menu with drinks in the lounge.

  10. Add The Chronicle Restaurant to your Itinerary

    The Chronicle Restaurant

    Address

    4 Chapel Hill, EXMOUTH, Devon, EX8 1NY

    Telephone

    0395 488015

    EXMOUTH

    The Chronicle is an established restaurant in the heart of Exmouth. Open for almost 4 years it has developed a large local following and is a big hit with visitors to the area also.

  11. Add The Killingworth Castle to your Itinerary

    The Killingworth Castle

    Address

    Glympton Road, Wootton, WOODSTOCK, Oxfordshire, OX20 1EJ

    Telephone

    01993 811401

    WOODSTOCK

    The Killingworth Castle has been serving the good people of Oxfordshire since 1637. Illustrious regulars have included the like of Sir Winston Churchill who'd drop in when staying at his birthplace, the nearby Blenheim Palace.

  12. Add The Crab & Lobster Restaurant to your Itinerary

    The Crab & Lobster Restaurant

    Address

    Mill Lane, Sidlesham, CHICHESTER, West Sussex, PO20 7NB

    Telephone

    01243 641233

    CHICHESTER

    Nestling on the banks of Pagham Harbour Nature Reserve the 350 year old Crab & Lobster has been renovated creating one of the most stunning hideaways on the South Coast.

  13. Add The Green Restaurant to your Itinerary

    The Green Restaurant

    Address

    3 The Green, SHERBORNE, Dorset, DT9 3HY

    Telephone

    01935 813821

    SHERBORNE

    A Grade II listed building, with a picture postcard exterior sits neatly at the top of Cheap Street in the historic market town of Sherborne.

  14. MillWorks

    Address

    The Watermill, Newnham Road, Cambridge, CB3 9EY

    Telephone

    01223 367507

    MillWorks is a historic Cambridge Mill re-energised into an eclectic modern brasserie. Think vibrant, punchy flavours with elements of smoke.

  15. Add Old Sail Loft Restaurant to your Itinerary

    Old Sail Loft Restaurant

    Address

    Quay Street, LOOE, Cornwall, PL13 1AP

    Telephone

    01503 262131

    LOOE

    One of the oldest buildings in Looe, still largely preserved in its original form, the cellar and loft are known to date back at least 450 years.

  16. The Stapylton Arms

    Address

    Hambleton Lane, Wass, North Yorkshire, YO61 4BE

    Telephone

    01347 868280

    Wass

    The buildings which we now own were constructed circa 1620 as a granary and became an ale house in 1645. In 1739 the Inn became known as The Staplyton Arms following the purchase of the village by the Staplytons of Myton on Swale.

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