Places to eat near Bath and Bristol
Recharge your batteries in one of our tea-rooms or restaurants at historic places in and around Bath and Bristol. Discover the great choices from light bites to coffee and cake, there's also lots of space to dine al fresco on your best picnic rug.
After exploring the house and garden, refuel with a tasty treat from the tea-room, café at Old Lodge or tea garden kiosk. Whether sweet or savoury, there's bound to be something to tempt you. Afterwards, take home a gift from the shop, where there's a wide range of products, from locally made chutneys to fun family books.
Find out where to grab some refreshments and shop for second-hand books during your visit to Newark Park.
Both the Cow Barn Café and the Pavilion Café serve a selection of hot and cold food and drinks. Afterwards, browse the wide range of unique gifts and local produce in the Cow Barn Shop.
The Circles Restaurant serves lunches, cakes, snacks and drinks. Visit the National Trust shop for sustainable products and gifts, or browse Cobblestones second-hand bookshop.
The Stables café is ready to welcome you for refreshments, while the High Street Shop stocks a wide range of gifts and souvenirs.
Find the Tea Shed in the Cabinet. Open weekends and school holidays (Wed-Sun), 10.30am-3.30pm, it serves hot and cold drinks, ice cream and snacks. Please pay by card if possible.
The garden and parkland are ideal places to get outdoors and relax with a picnic.
Take a break on a bench or unpack your picnic in the botanical garden.
There are lots of places to picnic at Tyntesfield. Enjoy views of the house and out towards the Mendip Hills as you tuck into your alfresco feast, or find a sheltered woodland spot.
There are plenty of picnicking places to enjoy at in the 270-acres if Dyrham Park. Top picks include the orchard, the East Front and the Old Lodge.
Enjoy a meandering walk to picnic spots by the Upper Lake or the Palladian Bridge.