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cat-icon Abbey Meads VillageElstree Way, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

Glass House

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cat-icon 25 Bridge Street, Swindon, Wiltshire
cat-icon A420 Majors RoadWatchfield, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK
cat-icon A420 Majors RoadWatchfield, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

Longs

The smart office workers who make for Longs at lunchtimes and the young people who flock there in the evenings may just occasionally wonder how it got to be the strange shape that it is. The premises actually have a curious history. From Victoria Road it appears to be a rather too narrow, slightly too tall building, but it stretches back along the length of Union Row to re-emerge as what appears to be an end-of-terrace house in Belle Vue Road. In fact, the original Belle Vue pub - it was re-named Longs just a few years ago - ...

cat-icon 86/87 Victoria Road, Swindon, Wiltshire

The Apartment

Swindon's trendiest bar and restaurant is situtated in the heart of the town centre and offers a VIP lounge, Club and cocktail bar, raised stage, lounge & restaurant. The Simply Italian restaurant provides a modern approach to Italian Cuisine, where diners can enjoy service and atmosphere in contemporary surroundings. Regular DJ nights, Live music, Comedy nights Simply Italian restaurant The Apartment's location and settings is also perfect for any party or event, catering for small parties to large corporate functions of up to 750. Birthday Parties Anniversarys Engagement Parties Wedding Receptions Conferences Corporate Parties

cat-icon 16-18 Havelock Square , Swindon , Wiltshire

The Bakers Arms

Cut off from its small car park by the windy road from Chiseldon to Liddington, The Bakers Arms is probably as close as it is possible to get to the archetypal little, down-to-earth, country 'local'. A chimney breast divides the lounge from the public bar and adds much to the cosy atmosphere in what a CAMRA pub guide described as "a bright, sparkling little pub". It is also just off the beaten track. Whether that 'track' is the A346 Swindon-Marlborough road, which is only a stone's throw away, or the M4, Junction 15, being a matter of two minutes' drive ...

cat-icon The Bakers ArmsBadbury, Near Swindon , Wiltshire

The Bakers Arms

Originally owned by the Great Western Railway, the freehold of The Bakers Arms is now held by Swindon Council as it lies at the heart of the town's historic Railway Village in an award-winning area of special social and architectural interest. All three of the Bakers Arms owned by Arkell's were once bakers' shop and the Swindon one still has traces of the ovens in the lounge bar to prove it. However, it was a bakehouse only briefly.

cat-icon Swindon, Wiltshire

The Bakers Arms

'The Bakers' celebrated a century of ownership by Arkell's in 1996, but it was built back in 1847 by William Slade of Moredon. He also owned The Red Lion (now renamed The Boundary House) even though by trade he was a butcher! The butcher sold it to a baker and in 1866 the proprietor was William Perrin. He - like many Victoria bakers - offered a valuable service to the local community who would take along their own bread to bake in his oven. Unfortunately, Mr Perrin also sold them beer to drink with their Sunday dinners which landed him with a ...

cat-icon Beechcroft RoadUpper Stratton, Swindon, Wiltshire

The Bell Inn

There are some villages in Britain where people are forever "passing through" and Purton Stoke is one of them. - 42 seat restaurant - Free Wi-Fi throughout - Beautiful country setting - Private Parties The Bell Inn is almost exactly half way along the road that runs from Purton to Cricklade and The Bell is right beside that road, ready to tempt passing travellers with the promise of good beer, good food and a friendly welcome. A brand-new 42 seat à la carte restaurant, which serves lunch and dinner at sensible prices, is proving especially popular with locals and those from farther ...

cat-icon The Bell InnPurton Stoke, Near Swindon, Wiltshire

The Black Horse

The Black Horse makes a marvellous country pub - and it must have been a wonderful farmhouse. Perched on the steep hill that climbs up from Wanborough, it once used to be part of Callas Hill Farm. It was then the property of John Deacon and he allowed John Bray to open it as a beerhouse called Callis House in 1862. Arkell's bought the property in 1891 at a cost of £620.

cat-icon Upper Wanborough , Near Swindon , Wiltshire

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