Three cosy pubs in Wiltshire have been highlighted by lifestyle website Muddy Stilettos among the best places in the UK for a roast dinner.

Now autumn has arrived Brits are seizing every opportunity to warm themselves up and there is no better way than tucking into a hearty roast.

Where is best for a roast? Well, that is a debate as old as time, but Muddy Stilettos have compiled a comprehensive list of 60 pubs in the UK.

You can see their full list here.

The Three Daggers, Edington

Their review reads: "Sitting in the picturesque village of Edington, this 18th-century inn is quite the foodie destination with its four-in-one killer combo of gastropub-with-rooms, brewery, farm shop and self-catering holiday cottages (ideal for sleeping off a long lunch).

"The pub feels refined with its oak beams and brick walls, and offers two Sunday roasts – Porchetta (£19.50) or Beef (£21.50), with the full veg and yorkie works. The Three Daggers takes a farm-to-fork approach and gets its ingredients from farmers and growers based in Wiltshire – some of which you can snap up yourself in the excellently stocked on-site farm shop."

Recently we covered the top 6 spots in Wiltshire for a roast as per Tripadvisor. 

Dumb Post Inn, Bremhill

"This attractive, family-run 18th-century pub in the village of Bremhill has jaw-dropping views over the Bowood estate nearby, but you’ll be just as impressed with the Sunday roasts – all six of them! Richard and Beth grew up in the village, and now own the pub, sourcing the lamb and beef from their own family farm.

"The roasts here are good value – from £15 for the veggie option up to £20 for the lamb, and there’s a dedicate children’s roast for £7. Beautiful walks abound in this area to work up an appetite before you settle in for the afternoon."

Timbrell’s Yard, Bradford-on-Avon

"Looking for somewhere to eat your roast in style? This award-winning boutique hotel sits on the River Avon in the always stunning Bradford-upon-Avon, with an attractive restaurant full of light, wood and exposed brick work.

"There are five roasts for your delectation, from £17-21, and you’re spoilt for choice for walks here – choose to mooch around the indie shops, or head down the canal tow path. "