Our menu is ever changing to reflect the best in seasonal and local produce.
As well as using our own herbs as centrepieces in the restaurant, we use them in our food and cocktails too! We also produce all of our own jams, chutneys and ice creams using ingredients purchased from local farmers and growers. We're even able to trace all of our free range meat right back to the exact animal it came from.
Cakes and biscuits are baked here in our kitchen every day - with gluten free alternatives too!
Celebrate Christmas here at the Pear Tree Inn.
With our 2 & 3 course Christmas Celebration menu running from December 1st-24th & our sumptuous Christmas Day menu, you're sure to have a Christmas to remember.
All of the meat we use in our kitchen is purchased from local farmers that we know personally and we're even able to trace all of our free range meat right back to the exact animal it came from - If that's not a good enough reason, then may be we can tempt you with our homemade seasonal pudding selection, completely mouth watering.
Send all enquiries & booking requests to us at email@example.com
Please be aware that our Christmas menus are not available to guests who have not pre-booked & ordered in advance. We advise enquiring far in advance to ensure a guaranteed booking.
Our passion for using local, artisan and quality suppliers extend to the drinks we offer behind the bar. On tap, you’ll find tip-top ales from Bath Ales, and several guest ales from within a 10 mile radius, alongside Birra Moretti premium Lager, Bath Ales Darkside, Mortimers Orchard Cider, a good range of local bottled beers, a lot of interesting boutique gins and vodkas served with the best Fever Tree mixers.
The ‘quaffing’ wine menu makes interesting reading, featuring small, independent vineyards and 16 by the glass. Coffee lovers will appreciate the freshly ground beans supplied by Easy Jose Coffee at nearby Winsley, just outside Bradford on Avon.
Our locally brewed ales
Bath Ales, Bristol
Brewed with skill and passion using floor-malted Maris Otter barley and Goldings hops from Kent, Gem contains wheat and barley malt. 4.1% vol
Stonehenge Ales, Netheravon
An amber coloured session bitter, full-bodied and not so bitter, but rich in hop aroma, The finish is slightly malty and fruity. 4% vol
Hop Back Brewery, Salisbury
The original summer ale. Straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. Intense bitterness leads to a long, dry finish. 5% vol
Also on tap...
Distinctive and mildly bitter
Birra Moretti 4.6%
Slightly malted lager
Triple hop pale ale
Mortimers Orchard 5%
Medium-dry, lightly sparking
Iford New Tradition 5%
Easy drinking still, cloudy cider
Dark Side 4%