Sit back, relax and sip on a Switchel & Soda in one of these amazing locations over the Bank Holiday weekend!

Whatley Manor (Cotswolds)

Whatley Manor is a grown-up getaway in the heart of the Cotswolds. The beautiful country house is steeped in tradition, offering contemporary comforts and a variety of experiences. Try Grey’s Brasserie for leisurely dining or visit the two Michelin starred Dining Room by Niall Keating to experience an innovative tasting menu. If you are craving deep mind and body restoration, be sure to visit the Aquarias Spa. The soothing ambience and incredible range of treatments is pure bliss!

Angela’s / Dory’s (Kent)

Angela’s and Dory’s are situated right around the corner from each other in Margate. Both locations look after the planet by working directly with growers, fishermen and suppliers who understand how to make the most of their produce and at the same time minimise the impact on our environment.

Angela’s came first, and is a small seafood restaurant serving delicious, ethically sourced seafood, alongside simple, seasonal vegetable-based dishes. It’s little sister Dory’s, is a seafood bar – serving raw, pickled, cured and baked seafood and vegetable dishes – that overlooks Margate main sands. A must visit if you are passionate about protecting the planet and celebrating amazing produce.

The White Horse Inn (Norfolk)

Gloriously situated on the marshland coastline of North Norfolk at Brancaster Staithe, an area of outstanding natural beauty, with its big blue skies, spectacular sunsets and salty sea air. The coastline is a magical area to explore with breath-taking panoramic views across tidal marshes and endless sandy beaches. The sun-soaked restaurant and terrace overlook the lobster pots, oyster beds and saltmarshes - the perfect setting for a Switchel & Soda, don’t you think?

The Gurnard’s Head (Cornwall)

The Gurnard’s Head Inn is a dining pub with rooms on Cornwall's Atlantic coast between St. Ives and St. Just.  Visiting this spot returns you momentarily to the slower pace of life that so many of us yearn for.  Time spent in this part of the world will unwind you as you enjoy one of the country’s most dramatic coastlines, one that has inspired artists and walkers for centuries. You will eat simple, earthy and delicious food - all sourced with sustainability in mind.

Palé Hall Hotel (Wales)

A destination for quiet retreat, comfort and culinary indulgence. This exclusive, independently-owned country house hotel is situated in the tranquil Dee Valley, on the doorstep on the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Take a stroll in the idyllic woodland garden and enjoy a delicious meal at the critically acclaimed three rosette and Michelin Green Star fine dining restaurant. Head Chef Gareth Stevenson’s signature dishes are the perfect pairing for a refreshing Ginger Spritz!