Hidden away in the tiny village of Colehill in the Dorset countryside is The Barley Mow Inn, a traditionally warm and authentic pub-restaurant with a modern approach to food. A short drive from Wimborne Minster, The Barley Mow is a family run pub dating back to the 16th century and still maintaining much of the character from its time as a drover’s cottage. Inside the thatched building with its large garden and room to tether horses, you’ll find a wealth of nooks and crannies, open fireplaces, cosy settees and Persian rugs. Local award winning Badger beers are on served at the bar alongside wines and spirits, while food is at the heart of The Barley Mow, celebrating local ingredients in a menu of modern-traditional British dishes. Chef Lee Bardsley and his team are keen to please all comers, their cookery encompassing Brit favourites and more adventurous meals, all presented with trademark style and flair.
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