Ideally placed for Bath and Bristol, tucked away in the Mendips, this pretty village hostel offers plenty of options for outdoor drinks or dining. Head to the large landscaped garden with the ‘Neighbar’ – a converted horse stall serving draft beers next to the barbecue or courtyard – and Riverside Terrace. Both have fireplaces, heaters, and blankets if it’s cold in the air. Open every day.

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18. The Mason Arms, Witney, Oxfordshire

This splendid renovation of the Artist Residence team’s country pub reopens its doors (and garden) with a brand new Garden Shed bar, serving rustic flatbreads and smoked meats from the Big Green Egg smokehouse, as well as frozen margaritas, cocktails from the garden and barrels. of local beers. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere sitting on the sunny terrace or, if the weather changes, under the bohemian marquee. Open every day.

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19. The Inn at Fossebridge Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Here, on the old Roman road, rusticity and elegance are perfectly balanced in this magnificent 17th century coaching inn. The pub garden is one of the largest and most attractive in the Cotswolds with a two acre lake and mature trees. Bring the family, including the dog, and enjoy great pub food. Open every day.

20. The Hollybush, Witney, Oxfordshire

The pretty outdoor garden is generous, with plenty of dining areas, radiators and cushions, and cabanas designed so that you and your bubble can really relax. Expect local beers on tap and a seasonal, inventive menu that showcases local produce. organic suppliers. There are also lovely walks in the Cotswolds nearby. Open every day.

21. The Greyhound Inn, Letcombe Regis, Oxfordshire

This 18th century red brick pub is located on a quiet road in the heart of a small village near the Uffington White Horse. The pretty sunny garden is awash with flowers. Dine or drink on pub benches or on glass tables with comfortable chairs. Parasols provide shade. Families and dogs are also welcome. Open every day.

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22. The Bridge Inn, Michaelchurch Escley, Herefordshire

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