Cheers to the Bank Holiday weekend!23/08/2019
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The Scenic One: The West Arms, North Wales
Nestled in the picturesque valley of of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog in North Wales, see in the bank holiday with a pint in the West Arms' beer garden. With such breathtaking views of the Welsh countryside, you'll know you'll have chosen a very special place to spend the long weekend.
The Foodie One: The Bell Inn, New Forest
Head chef Mark Young is passionate about using fresh, local produce and abides by a "nose-to-tail" philosophy, to ensure that nothing is wasted. Indulge in their new Summer menu at The Bell Inn this bank holiday weekend, in the knowledge that you are eating the tastiest food, in the most sustainable way.
The Historical One: The Porch House, Stow-on-the-Wold
Step into The Porch House, and you're stepping back over a millennium in time. Would you believe us if we told you that this exquisite pub and restaurant with rooms, in a honey coloured nook of the Cotswolds, dates back to 947AD? Find out for yourself with a visit this weekend!
The Alfresco One: The Masons Arms, Lake District
Let;s face it - as UK natives, we are forced to be relatively immune to the weather. No amount of drizzle is going to stop us enjoying the first-class outdoor areas at The Masons Arms... where we can eat, drink, and laugh the bank holiday weekend away. With some of the finest scenery around the lakes, you won't want to go inside!