The two Inns
Hidden away in rolling downland on the edge of Salisbury Plain
in the sleepy village of East Chisenbury is this charming
18th-century thatched freehouse. Despite its rustic exterior and
rural setting, the
Red Lion Freehouse is much more than just a
local pub. Awarded a Michelin Star in 2013, the humble, traditional
surroundings and the informal pub atmosphere contrasts beautifully
with the quality of the cooking and the impressive range of the
menu. Foodies keen to delve deeper into the wine list or explore
the excellent Bourbon collection can stay overnight in one of the
beautiful bedrooms - all look out across the infant River Avon.
Built as a malthouse in 1641, this fine-looking Cotswold-stone
inn is perfectly positioned to make the most of the stunning views
over the Evenlode valley and its nature reserve.
The Feathered Nest Inn has been transformed
into a dining destination of some repute over the past decade, the
decor and furnishings have been finished to an incredibly high
standard - with no compromises. Adam Taylor took over in summer
2019 and with former Michelin starred head chef Matt Weedon they
have developed an informal country inn, welcoming locals and
walkers, while offering hearty dishes within an innovative, locally
sourced and seasonal à la carte menu, as well as a 6-course evening
tasting menu. The four cosy and well-furnished bedrooms sit
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