Found on the edge of the Cotswolds, bordering between Wiltshire and Somerset, is the delightful Old Ham Tree, a charming guest house and listed village pub.
Originally a coaching house, The Old Ham Tree is richly steeped in history, and the friendly owners Sam and Steph will be happy to indulge any curious minds about the locations past.
Serving up plenty of pub classics as well as a few delightful dishes from around the world, The Old Ham Tree offers something for every palate, and when diners call in advance with a tastecard they can enjoy all of this fantastic fare at a brilliant price.
Start the meal with one of the appealing appetisers, which also make wonderful bar accompaniments should guests simply fancy a nibble, include such treats as the deep fried calamari, paired with a garlic mayonnaise, the sumptuous cous cous stuffed garlic mushrooms, coated with goat’s cheese, and the delectable Ham Tree Prawn Cocktail, adorned with baby gem lettuce and a Marie Rose sauce.
A wealth of pub classics, sandwiches, burgers and vegetarian friendly options are available for the main course, with noteworthy dishes like the scrumptious quorn and mixed bean chilli tortilla basket, complete with sour cream and rice, the Ham Tree signature chicken burger, filled with brie and cranberry, and the classic basket of wholetail scampi, partnered with chunky chips and a homemade tartare sauce.
Also offering a wealth of heavenly desserts and lighter bites for those only looking to snack, The Old Ham Tree has something for all walks of life.