Pythouse Kitchen Garden is a beautiful 18th Century walled garden, restaurant, bar and venue, tucked away in the beautiful landscape of South Wiltshire. I first discovered this place back in April while researching things James and I could do when visiting dear friends who live in Swindon. In the end we didn’t manage to make the trip there with them, so I knew that our upcoming family holiday to Devon would make the perfect opportunity to sneak in a visit (or two in our case) as a pit-stop during the five hour journey from Cambridge.
After such a long day travelling, I can honestly say that I couldn’t have been more eager to arrive for a slice of countryside bliss. I adore those narrow, winding lanes that come hand in hand with the countryside and all so often lead to the most wonderful hidden gems. Pythouse Kitchen Garden is without a doubt one of those gems and the perfect place where I could indulge in so many of my favourite things – weeks on I am still dreaming about all these glorious, charming details!
This enchanting place stole my heart, I’m sure my abundance of photos make this quite obvious! I hope you enjoyed this little journey.