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Restaurants in Wiltshire

Wiltshire was once dubbed 'the kingdom of the pig', but now it's better known for its high-tech industries strung out along the M4. Much of Wiltshire is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famed for its ancient monuments and 'white horse' carvings.

Bacon, hams and sausages are still part of the county's food heritage and restaurants make the most of them. Wild fungi and game from Savernake Forest are used to good effect, and new enterprises are producing everything from quails' eggs to soft cheese.

The Wiltshire Restaurant Guide
  
The Swan Hotel - Bradford on Avon
A sixteenth-century, listed landmark in the centre of historic Bradford on Avon, the Swan Hotel recently emerged from a complete, top-to-tail refurbishment
  
Vine Tree - Norton
Originally a watermill, the old Vine Tree at Norton is now a truly inviting pub/restaurant in a tiny Wiltshire hamlet a few miles to the south of Malmesbury. The place still has its quota of oak beams and flagstones floors
  
The Harrow at Little Bedwyn - Marlborough
Famed for its remarkable wine cellar and top-flight, seriously accomplished cooking: a Michelin star is the latest accolade to come The Harrow at Little Bedwyn's way
  
George and Dragon - Devizes
From the outside, you might think the George and Dragon at Rowde was just another Wiltshire roadside pub, but the interior tells a different story
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Bishopstone Bradford on Avon Castle Combe
Chippenham Crudwell Devizes
Donhead St Andrew Great Bedwyn Hindon
Holt Malmesbury Marlborough
Monkton Farleigh Norton Oaksey
Pewsey Pitton Salisbury
Swindon Tisbury Warminster
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