This April and May, lots of our favourite foodie friends from the length of the Great West Way route are throwing open their doors once more and inviting us back to the table. We think that no journey along the Great West Way between Bristol and London is complete without plenty of stops at some of the fine-dining restaurants, hidden bistro cafes, glorious beer gardens, farm shops, quaint tearooms, and rural pubs along the way. And we’re thrilled to see so many are ready to reopen again.

What better way to find out about the reopening plans of our Great West Way places to eat and drink, than by letting them tell you themselves what they’re up to…

Aldwick Estate are getting ready to open up again for vineyard tours soon

Cobbs Farm Shop in Hungerford have invited us all to lunch

Clayton’s Kitchen in Bath have decided its Pimms o’clock

The Red Lion Freehouse in the Vale of Pewsey are serving delicious alfresco Sunday Lunches

Alder Ridge vineyard are looking forward to running vineyard tours this summer…

The Crown and Anchor showing off their cosy terrace area

The Bridge Tea Rooms are tempting us with their stunning afternoon teas, coming soon!

Hungry yet? Take a look at all the food and drink options along the Great West Way route to whet your appetite even more - featuring all the above restaurants, pubs, cafes, vineyards and more from along the Way. Please check reopening information with individual venues for the most up-to-date information.

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