Tearooms & Restaurants

An image of Pythouse Kitchen GardenA beautiful 18th Century walled garden offering the perfect destination to relax, eat and shop. Enjoy strolling around the garden, which was recently named ‘a special place’ by the Weekend Telegraph.

Relax and unwind in the restaurant, either sitting in the garden under the apple trees, or on the terrace enjoying the views. Pythouse is not just for summer! The garden looks beautiful in every season, you will always be warm with our two wood burners. 

Opening Hours:  Open every day from 9am – 5pm

The Café is available for exclusive hire throughout the year.

Booking recommended.

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Beatons TearoomsBeatons Tearooms & Bookshop is a small and friendly tearoom based in the beautiful village of Tisbury (just 19 minutes by train from Salisbury) and inspired by the style and elegance of Cecil Beaton. It is a relaxing place to meet, relax and enjoy a perfect cup of tea, have breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, or browse the specially selected range of books for sale.

The Tearoom
Taking pride of place at Beatons is a range of over 25 loose leaf teas, brewed to perfection and elegantly served, or for the coffee drinker a carefully selected range of freshly ground regional coffees. Beatons is also becoming renowned for its range of homemade and specially sourced cakes.

The Book Shop
At Beatons we also sell a small but carefully selected range of books. From local country pursuits, speciality cooking, kids books and travel journals through to a range of local authors and those quirky and amusing titles people just can’t put down.

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No photo description available.Messums Wiltshire is a leading multi-purpose gallery and arts centre. It offers artists and collectors a unique environment to experience and engage with creative endeavour. From the position that artistic expression started in our distant past, it provides the opportunity to reflect on the significance of the handmade across multiple art forms.

The galleries are open to the public Wednesday – Sunday. A day a week is set aside as free to access for schools to exclusively use as part of a broader educational remit that includes makers courses available to the public.

Our Mess Restaurant offers brunches, lunch, cakes and drinks as well as supper events.

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Established in 1740, The Beckford Arms is a traditional yet stylish country inn located on the edge of the stunning rolling parkland of the Fonthill Estate in Wiltshire, just under two hours from London and twenty minutes from Salisbury.

The pub has an oak stool lined bar that is stocked with local ales, a restaurant serving unpretentious, seasonal food, a sun-filled terrace with a wood-fired pizza oven for the summer months, a homely library for intimate gatherings, a sitting room with roaring fires and deep antique chairs, eight characterful bedrooms and two luxurious lodges just a short stroll away.

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At the heart of the warm welcome that greets you at The Compasses Inn is our love of food, wine and beer. We believe passionately that good food does not need to be over-complicated. We pride ourselves on sourcing the finest ingredients and putting them to the best possible use.  Our wide-ranging menu changes daily, with a keen eye on the seasons.

We have worked hard to create a wine list that perfectly complements our food.  With a strong focus on European wines, we have a wide range of really lovely bottles to choose from. Spoilt for choice with great local breweries, our beers tend to be sourced from the surrounding area. Butcombe Original Bitter is always on the bar, and our other two guest beers rotate on a regular basis.

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The Bennett Arms, Tisbury, Salisbury, WiltshireA warm welcome and conversation awaits you in Keystone brewery’s first pub which re-opened in 2012. The front bar is set out with a range of tables, the rear bar has a pool table and there are tables outside to the front. 

The Gordon Benett is Large One and the guest beer is frequently from South West breweries. Ciders are often available with offerings from Thatchers and Orchard Pig. Paninis available at lunchtimes but Sunday lunches are always available and there is a curry night on the first Monday of the month.

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  • Address: High Street Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6HD
  • Telephone: 01747 870428

Fine village pub built of Chilmark stone, licensed since 1768, with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere appealing to locals and visitors alike. 

Run by the same landlord since 1976, it became a free house in 2009 and has three or four ales behind the bar. Excellent food is served and there is a spacious garden. 

A former local CAMRA Pub of the Year.

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  • Address: High St, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6PS
  • Telephone: 01747 870363

Originally called “The New Inn” The Forester has been a public house since the 15th century. The beautiful old thatched building is made from greensand stone. Inside The Forester still retains that old world feeling with the large inglenook fireplace, stone walls and original beamed ceilings.

First awarded to us in 2013 Chris & Liz are delighted that the Forester has retained the prestigious and highly sought-after Michelin Bib Gourmand Award for serving excellent quality food at reasonable prices.

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Tucked away in the  Nadder Valley, away from the hustle and bustle, The Royal Oak has been an inn since 1852. The pub is set in the beautiful village of Swallowcliffe, nestled in a little dell, just off the A303.  Since it’s renovation in 2015, the pub has built a reputation for high quality food, superior rooms and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

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May be an image of 2 peopleMark and his team would like to welcome you to The Lamb, a 12th-century coaching inn with an idyllic setting in the postcard village of Hindon. With its flagstone flooring, old oak beams and roaring fireplaces, it’s the perfect place for a bite to eat to break up a long journey through the West Country, a cycle stop to refuel and soak up the sunshine on our terrace garden, or a weekend getaway to relax and recharge.

Ideally located just off the A303 and 10 minutes from Tisbury Train Station, our hotel is perfect for exploring the Wiltshire AONB and all it has to offer, including Stonehenge, Longleat, and Stourhead.  With our individually designed boutique bedrooms, cosy restaurant and bar, we are the perfect romantic setting whatever the season.

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The Grosvenor Arms is a 17th Century former coaching inn set within the picturesque village of Hindon. Originally one of 17 pubs in the village, the Grosvenor now stands as one of two village pubs, and sits prominently on the A30 at the heart of the village.

At the Grosvenor, we focus on the basics and offer guests quality and quintessentially-British pub food within the setting of a warm and cosy village pub. Naturally our food is homemade, and we take advantage of whatever local produce we are able to get our hands on. Our menu changes with the seasons, and in the colder months you’ll find a menu perfect to be eaten whilst sat next to a roaring fire. In summer months, our menu will lend itself to be eaten whilst sat on our patio garden.

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In Tisbury Deli, we have created an oasis of food heaven; lush cherry tomatoes from the Isle of Wight rub shoulders with the drooling milky softness of Italian Burrata. Magnificent Iberico hams relax in the company of the peppery juicy olives of northern Greece. It’s a emporium of good taste.

Please drop in to say hello and to enjoy the beautiful displays, the tantalising smells and the delicious flavours. There’s no obligation to purchase – although, mindful of Miss Piggy’s advice never to carry more than you can eat, you might want to bring your biggest bag!

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  • Address: 6 High St, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6HD
  • Telephone: 01747 873111

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  • Address: The Avenue, Tisbury, Salisbury SP3 6JP
  • Telephone: 01747 870273