Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Bristol, Bath and Somerset.

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September Featured Offers

Summer Sundays Hotel Du Vin and Bistro, Bristol City CentreFrench

BOOK ONLINE OFFER: Summer Sundays Enjoy lazy Sundays at Hotel du Vin and spend £75 on a long lunch or evening supper and get a luxurious guestroom for you and someone special for just £25. ABOUT THIS OFFER Settle in for a relaxing Sunday at Hotel du Vin. Extend the weekend and spend your valued day of rest dining Al Fresco with a long lunch or summer evening supper, and when you spend £75 or more you get your room from just £25*. Enjoy an easy Sunday within an effortless setting before savouring a delicious lunch or dinner with an outstanding bottle of a well-chosen wine or a classic summer punch. Then slip upstairs and end the day in a luxurious guest room, all set to begin the week ahead. TERMS AND CONDITIONS This offer is only applicable when you have a minimum spend of £75 in the Bistro or Bar (not valid when dining on Sunday Brunch) on a Sunday (between two), then the room rate is from £25* per room. This is per night, not per stay. Room must be taken on the same evening as the £75 is spent. If your spend in the Bistro or Bar is less than £75, the difference in cost will be added to your room rate e.g. if you spend only £50, a £25 addition will be made to your room rate, making the room rate £50. Offer is not valid on Bank Holiday Sundays, but on the Bank holiday Monday instead. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer is subject to availability. Supplements may apply for superior rooms and upgrades. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Valid until 14th September 2014. The spend in the bistro is applicable per room and not valid when dining on Sunday Brunch. * Rates differ for some properties as follows: Brighton is from £45; Bristol from £45; Cambridge from £45; Glasgow from £45; Henley from £45; St. Andrews from £75; Tunbridge Wells from £45; Poole from £75; Winchester from £45 and York from £45 Not available in Edinburgh throughout August. Click here to book this offer. For general reservations:

Christmas Party Offer Europa, Bristol City CentreItalian

Christmas Parties: Receive a free bottle of House Wine for every 10 guests for all Christmas Parties booked between now and the end of September.

Bristol, Bath and Somerset competition

Win a night’s stay in the 4 red-star Ston Easton Park Hotel near Bath for two including dinner, bed and breakfast. Enjoy a full English breakfast and a six-course tasting dinner in the 2 AA Rosette Sorrel Restaurant

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Bath is in which county? Enter this competition

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Matthew Mason

Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.

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Goodfellows

Within view of the medieval Market Square in England’s smallest City of Wells, Goodfellows serves some of the best fish dishes in the West Country. Voted ‘Somerset Restaurant of the Year 2006’ by The Good Food Guide and with a score of 5/10 in the 20 ...more

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Latest Restaurant Review:Rickshaw Chinese Restaurant, Bruton

"Treated a relative to lunch in this newly refurbished restaurant. Lovely meal, beautifully presented, fair price and great service. Would thoroughly recommend."
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    Make Sunday Special Make your Sundays special this summer. Explore the streets for arts, music, street games and entertainment in the Old City and wander through the market stalls on Corn Street.Activities for Sunday 1 June See Park Street turn into a pop up park. A ...more

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Homewood Park, Hinton Charterhouse

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