Partner & I recently stayed at the fantastic Gingerbread Cottage in Westbury, so had recourse to the Whitehouse Bakery on a couple of occasions. That the bakery's output is produced in the original, wood-fired oven is nothing short of astonishing.
We sampled a pastie, a sausage roll (one each), a meat pie, & a fig & prune loaf (not all at the same time!), as well as coffees. Pastie & sausage rolls were excellent - pastry first class & the contents delicious. Fig & prune loaf was taken home & devoured at breakfast over a couple of days (well, we MIGHT have had a slice or two at other times...). For me though, piece de resistance was the meat pie. I hesitate to say that it was the best meat pie I have ever had, but it would have to be pretty close. Again the pastry was delicious & the filling a delight: along with the meat was an unexpected bonus of vegetables.
The Whitehouse Bakery is not really a place to go to dine: there is very little space inside to sit, a little more outside - which we made good use of as it was a lovely sunny day. It is however, a place to treat yourself to some wonderful breads & pastries.
The bakery is also adjacent to Westbury's Village Green - which might well have fallen out of the sky from England in the mid nineteenth century: beautiful specimen trees (with identification tags for botanical ignoramuses like myself) set in a lush green lawn. A fitting place to wander with a Whitehouse bakery pie, pastie, or whatever in hand.