Places to eat in Wiltshire
We've picked a few cafés and food outlets for you to visit and refuel after your adventures in Wiltshire. All places serve a range of food and snacks suitable for all the family this autumn.
Discover all the best cafés and food outlets to visit after your adventures in Wiltshire.
Discover the best places to eat, drink, and buy gifts and souvenirs during your visit to Stourhead.
The Stables café is ready to welcome you for refreshments, while the High Street Shop stocks a wide range of gifts and souvenirs.
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.
Stop and enjoy a hot flask of tea during your visit or make more time for a bite to eat outdoors in the crisp autumn air.
Lacock's grounds are a place to relax, explore and reconnect. Discover paths taking you to the garden and apple orchard or relax on the lawns with a picnic.
Bring a picnic to enjoy on the benches in the orchard, or spread out on a rug under the trees in the Arboretum.
This distinctive landmark near Longleat is rich in wildlife and archaeology and offers panoramic views of West Wiltshire and Somerset.
Commanding the high point on the chalk ridge south-east of Salisbury, Pepperbox Hill is topped by an early example of a brick folly, with far-reaching views and rich natural heritage.
Enjoy your picnic alongside spectacular views and a slice of history at King Alfred’s Tower on the Stourhead estate.
Use the picnic tables near the tithe barn or find a spot on the grass amongst the stones to lay out your picnic rug.