Whether visiting friends or family, a business traveller, enjoying a relaxing rural retreat, partaking in countryside pursuits or enjoying the gastronomic and culinary fare, the newly refurbished The Bell at Ramsbury, a landmark 300-year-old former coaching inn proudly situated at the heart of Wiltshire's ‘Best Kept Large Village 2011', is a must try. On offer is an exquisite Modern British fine-dining experience in The Restaurant, lead by Head Chef Duncan Jones who comes from from Marco Pierre White's The Yew Tree and follows The Bell's belief in sourcing ingredients locally and using the highest quality, traceable meats and ingredients. Think succulent loin of Ramsbury Estate venison and pan-fried fillet of gurnard and save some room for spiced caramel panna cotta or sticky toffee pudding. The sophisticated yet informal restaurant serves the best of British seasonal cuisine, with much of the produce grown in The Bell's own kitchen garden and always organic where possible. who follows our belief in sourcing ingredients locally and using the highest quality, traceable meats and ingredients. Think succulent loin of Ramsbury Estate venison and pan fried fillet of gurnard and save some room for spiced caramel panna cotta or sticky toffee pudding. Let our wine connoisseurs guide you on complimentary wine choices. The nine luxuriously adorned en-suite double bedrooms are all affectionately known by their game bird or freshwater fish names - the complete sanctuary for that overnight stay. The decoration is sensitive to its origins in its retention of all original features, and yet delivers a calming contemporary finish in soft furnishings, accessories and pampering touches. All the while, The Bell retains its approachable and friendly link as the heart of the village community through its Bar and continental café, Café Bella. The Bell at Ramsbury is the perfect destination for a romantic or family meal, a business lunch or a warming Sunday roast. Children are very welcome in the restaurant and half portions are available for all dishes, food without sauces etc. and there is also a small children's menu and highchairs. The restaurant gets busy so it is advisable to book the restaurant in order to avoid disappointment, especially for Friday, Saturday nights and Sunday lunches.