There’s nothing quite like the aroma of a joint of meat roasting in the oven! A choice of slow-roasted tender joints, a stack of fresh vegetables, roast potatoes, plus all the trimmings, and all at an affordable price – what are you waiting for?
If you're in Oxfordshire and can't resist a mouthwatering roast, visit The Kings Head – a freehouse set back from the picture perfect Cotswold village green in Bledington – for one of their amazing 'Roasts to Share'. On Sundays, parties of four or more can indulge themselves with a whole joint of beef, pork or lamb, served to the table on a board complete with fork, carving knife and all the trimmings. If Yorkshire pudding is your weekness, then look no further than The Peacock Country Inn at Henton. Feast on roast beef, turkey or pork with lashings of gravy, fluffy roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, cauliflower cheese and that massive Yorkshire pudding (the chefs come in at 6:30am on Sundays to make sure they are Peacock worthy).
Rural Kent has a plethora of pubs serving up a Sunday roast. At the Milk House in Sissinghurst, Sunday lunch includes a choice of delicious roast meats, which you can enjoy in front of a crackling log fire.
Situated in the charming village of Granborough, this 1600 coaching inn has been completely refurbished since it came under new ownership 2013.
Truly beautiful nestled in the historic surroundings of Nether Westcote the Feathered Nest has ale in its blood – its roots having grown from a Cotswold stone malthouse dating from around 1665.
You’ll discover this quaint little building nestled in the Vale of the White Horse near Lambourn of race-horse fame.
This small endearing building is entered directly off the street through a low cottage-style door to a surprisingly elongated area. Standing in the centre of this lively market town, there is certain...
As pretty as a picture, this 16th-century, cottage-style pub, bedecked with flowers, lays nestled deep in the Chiltern Hills.
Nestled in the heart of the pretty village of Nettlebed, this delightful, red-brick coaching inn dates back to the 14th century.
The Ship Inn sits in a fabulous waterside position at the exact point where the Great Ouse and Little Ouse converge, offering striking panoramic views.
A true delight in the heart of the Meon Valley, well worth the detour to sample robust award-winning food, a homely atmosphere and a friendly welcome.
An enchanting grade II listed building dating back to the 16th century with a very distinctive eyebrow roof. Inside, it remains delightfully unspoilt retaining original features such as the inglenook...