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Cotswold Landscapes

The natural landscape and Cotswolds beauty was our guide for Lilliput Farm Kitchen.

This guide gave us a clear purpose -  to frame that simple, English elegance like a picture.

Today, our beautiful windows ensure that picture - the rolling hills, visiting wild birds and grazing cattle - is as much a part of the guest experience as the food.

To mirror that landscape, the interior uses soft, calming colours with simple furniture and open space.

Bess the Dog and Chief of Sheep

Bridging
Bath & Bristol

We farm between historic Bath and culinary Bristol.

 

The Kitchen is surrounded by our pasture and our animals.

This location serves as a perfect culinary bridge, drawing food enthusiasts from both historic cities.

 

It stands as a convenient midpoint for visitors living and traveling between the two cities, making it an easily accessible dining destination.

A window into history & poetry

'... As the keeping of flocks seems to have been the first employment of mankind, the most ancient sort of poetry was probably pastoral.'

 

"Where e'er you walk, cool Gales shall fan the Glade,

Trees, where you sit, shall crowd into a Shade,

Where e'er you tread, the blushing Flow'rs shall rise,

And all things flourish where you turn your eyes."

 

Alexander Pope, Translator of Homer's Iliad and Poet in the pastoral tradition of Virgil.

Friend of Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver's Travels and creator of Lilliput (1726), and friend of Jerry Peirce, surgeon and owner of Lilliput Farm (1740).

Woodcut by Wenceslas Hollar - frontispiece to Virgil's Second Pastoral
truthful flavours, sustainable quality, historic landscapes
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