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Pythouse Kitchen Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 374 Google reviews

About the garden

Pythouse Kitchen Garden is an 18th Century walled garden, restaurant, bar and venue set in the stunning landscape of South Wiltshire.

Opening times

Spring/Summer 2019 Opening Times Please be sure to check our closure dates before making a trip to PKG! During the day (Seven days a week)... 10am - 11am for Breakfast 11am - 12pm for Coffee 12pm - 2.30pm for Lunch 3pm - 4pm for Afternoon Tea Friday and Saturday evenings 6.30pm - 11pm for Cocktails and Dinner Autumn/Winter 2019/20 Opening Hours During the day (Seven days)... 10am - 11am for Breakfast 11am - 12pm for Coffee 12pm - 2.30pm for Lunch 3pm - 4pm for Afternoon Tea Friday and Saturday evenings 6.30pm - 11pm for Cocktails and Dinner

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Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site



Wiltshire, SP3 6PA

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 374 Google reviews

Anthony Conway

4 months ago


Amazing find, thanks to Giles Corren review in The Times. The food was from a limited fixed price menu but perfect for lunch. All either grown in the garden or locally sourced, delicious. We were even encouraged to walk around the beautiful garden between courses.

Lois Jackson

5 months ago


We sat on the terrace on a sunny day and it was beautiful. The food is fresh and unbelievably tasty. They’ve thought about the small details and the decor is lovely. My favourite touch is the monthly Tales from the Kitchen Garden on the back of the menu which is so well written 👌🏼will be coming back again and again.

Tamsin Mills

3 months ago


Blown away by this place. The food is another level - so fresh and beautifully cooked. Just amazing. The setting is breathtaking - a real gem of a place.


10 months ago


A wonderful experience having lunch here - I can’t recommend highly enough. The place is absolutely beautiful with its natural, horticultural themed decoration. The dining room is in a south-facing conservatory overlooking a walled garden in the foreground - from which many of the ingredients are picked - and the west Wiltshire downs beyond. The food was exceptional. It’s a 3-course seasonal menu; we were there at the end of Autumn. For mains, a range of vegetable dishes are served with a choice of something ‘from the fire’ - we had Chalkstream trout with Jerusalem artichoke hearts & sprouting broccoli, and haunch of venison with malt-glazed squash & pickled blackberry. Both were outstanding: the trout as a complete dish, and the venison alone mouth-watering. The courgette was my favourite side, closely followed by roast pink fir potatoes with smoked cream and venison heart bottarga. Burnt pumpkin cheesecake a nice way to finish. At £30 pp I think this is incredible value for money. A friendly, professional service team completed the experience.

Jennie Whiting

3 months ago


Very special,unique place,set in a lovingly tended garden amidst the beautiful rural setting of Wiltshire .We went to a solstice celebration supper. We were greeted with blended cocktails, and wandered round the garden in the evening sunlight. There is a picking garden,where the gear gardener handed out secateurs, and encouraged us to choose the flowers we wanted Then she put them in cellophane with water to keep them fresh. There was live jazz on the terrace,and the long dinner table was invitingly dressed in readiness . The food did not dissappoint. Everything had integrity,and had been chosen with great thought Each item earned its place,and it was obvious that the meal was planned with passion.A truly enjoyable evening

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01747 870 444

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