Places to go out & eat & drink in Warminster
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Warminster

Places to eat & drink in Warminster.



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This old hilltop Saxon town on Salisbury Plain was once the corn basket of Wiltshire. It has many fine Georgian buildings as well as a 14th century church and 13th century chapel. In the latter part of the last century it became famous for UFO sightings – a possible consequence of being 400 feet above sea level. Two miles from the town is 800ft Cley Hill on the prehistoric Ridge Way. Nearby is Longleat House and its famous safari park. The house is one of Britain's most spectacular Elizabethan mansions, boasting a superb collection of furniture and paintings.

The Dewey Museum has displays on local history and geology while Dents Glove Museum is a reminder that Warminster was once an important cloth and glove-making centre.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Warminster or surrounding areas.

Warminster Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Jacqueline's Restaurant and Tea Rooms

28 High Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9AF
Tel: 01985 217373
E-mail: jacquelinesrestaurant@hotmail.com
Web: www.jacquelinesrestaurant.com

Conveniently situated in the centre of this busy market town, Jacqueline's offers high quality, home made food served in a relaxed atmosphere with old fashioned courtesy. Wherever possible local produce is featured and the menu frequently altered to take full advantage of the seasonal wealth of West Country ingredients. "A warm welcome and appetising food"......The Wiltshire Times. "One of the finest cooks in the West Country"......The Western Daily Press. Voted best Tea Room in the West Country 2001 by Taste of the West and South West Tourism.
Type: Restaurant & Tea Rooms

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The Old Bell Inn

42 Market Place, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9AN
Tel: 01985 216611    Fax: 01985 217111

The Old Bell Inn is a traditional coaching Inn dating back to 1483 and offers the traveller every possible comfort and convenience. The Hotel is built around a central courtyard with it's myriad of flowers, shrubs and vine which makes for sunny lunchtimes and warm evenings an unforgettable experience. We offer you a warm welcome whether it be a relaxing break with a meal en route, a long or short stay. For business clientele, we have facilities for Dinners, Conferences and small Trade Shows.
Type: Pub/Inn

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Rosies Tearooms

12-14 Market Place, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12 9AN
Tel: 01985 846681

Rosies is situated in the cellars of a building, with a history dating back to the 1700's, and has just celebrated 10 years of trading. There are three separate rooms, with one reserved for smokers. Every one is made very welcome by the staff - the menu is varied with meals available all day, most can be adapted for the smaller appetite. All children are welcome and a high chair is available. We serve a selection of teas and coffees, plus 4 varieties of hot chocolate, which are very popular - in fact we're told they are the best.
Type: Tea Rooms

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