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Must-Visit Father's Day Country Pubs Outside Swindon
Father’s Day is fast approaching so if you’re looking for the perfect dining experience to help you celebrate the occasion with the entire family then look no further as Total Guide to Swindon gives its recommendations on three pubs outside Swindon town centre to try this Father’s Day. Take a look below now.
The Cricklade Club
Father’s Day is fast approaching and what better way to celebrate than with a meal and a drink at The Cricklade Club. Located on the Cricklade high street just outside Swindon, this trendy establishment is the perfect place to spend Father’s Day lunch with dad and the whole family.
With the Cricklade Festival in full swing, street food will be served all day Sunday meaning you’ll be able to find the perfect food and drink combination to make this the perfect Father’s Day.
Silk On The Downs
Situated on the outskirts of Marlborough, Silk On The Downs serves up some of the highest quality of food available in Wiltshire. A sophisticated and delicate menu combined with a relaxing and ambient atmosphere makes this the richest of destinations to visit for Father’s Day.
Relax in comfort with the family and take your time to savour some of the mouth-watering dishes on offer at this country pub as you celebrate Father’s Day 2019 in style. Booking is recommended so be sure to make an early reservation for the big occasion.
The Bell at Sapperton
Based in the charming village of Sapperton, The Bell is one of our favourite spots to visit if you’re looking for the perfect home-cooked Sunday roast.
A favourite amongst locals and visitors to the area, The Bell is an establishment for every dad to enjoy this Father’s Day. Put your feet up, sit by the fire and relax with a drink in hand as you celebrate Father’s Day with all of the family.
Enjoy the views of the stunning countryside scenery as you sample some of Wiltshire's best home cooked food that’ll leave you returning more and more to the sleepy village of Sapperton this summer.