Bits of the wonderful old Wheatsheaf Inn date back to the 16th-century. But not so the stylishly modern accommodation and innovative menu in the highly-rated dining room. This farmhouse-turned-alehouse in the idyllic village of Combe Hay, just south of Bath, is a gastro-pub with rooms. All those rooms have king-size beds, Egyptian cotton sheets, rainwater showers and a welcome 'tuck box' of fresh-ground Italian coffee and other treats. Save space for a meal in the restaurant though, where food is 'fresh, local, seasonal and sustainable' – highlights might include honey-glazed duck, 21-day-aged rib-eye, south west fish pie and rhubarb and ginger cheesecake.

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