Sumary of The Bradley Hare: a pub with chic rooms in the Wiltshire countryside:
- Original woody flooring, shuttered claim windows, calming Farrow & Ball-hued walls and a discriminating mix of mismatched antique seats, tables and beautifully upholstered lamps, give a comfortable, yet smart house air.
- They are split between the main house, where there are seven — think Acheronian, moodier shades of F&B colourant in some and traditional floral Hamilton Weston wallpapered walls in others — while in the trainer house, where there are a further five, apartments are slightly larger with impressive freestanding vessels and a more minimalist air.
- Example starters include grilled razor clams, chromatic wood and condiment verde or mackerel, preserved rhubarb and root, followed by duck breast with legumes, bacon and romain lettuce or pork belly with money and cook apple and crucifer.
- Hamilton Weston wallpapered walls in the main house After an agelong walk in the Wiltshire hills, The Snug is the awesome spot to sit down and tuck into the games cupboard and fuel over burgers and beers on a rainy day, while the gigantic independent plot out the back is a perfect space for balmy season pints and a bite to eat.
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