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As a longstanding agricultural area the Cotswolds has a tradition of high quality food & drink. The area's award winning pubs, fine restaurants and scrumptious tea rooms offer a wide range of gastronomic delights. While our selection of Cotswold food shops provide the very best fresh local produce for you to take home & enjoy.

Lumiere

Restaurant

Lumière is a unique dining experience in the heart of the Cotswolds offering the very best in British, seasonal food with distinctive and imaginative twists.


Run by chef Jon Howe and his partner Helen, Lumière is located in beautiful Regency Cheltenham, with critically acclaimed food and attentive yet effortless service. Parallel to The Promenade and close to hotels, offices and the famous Ladies College, Lumiere is ideal for lunch between designer shops, an all-important business meeting, as well as an intimate restaurant for that special evening out.

Almost hidden behind a discreet and understated façade you will be led into a relaxing and welcoming restaurant, whilst in the kitchen Jon’s intriguing interpretations of classic dishes and innovative food combinations make him one of the Cotswolds most exciting chefs.

Lumière is Cotswold Life’s Restaurant of the Year 2010.

Lumiere
Lumiere
Clarence Parade
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL50 3PA
01242 222200
www.lumiere.cc

The Conservatory

Restaurant

Elegant, informal, traditional, welcoming... As Calcot Manor’s principal restaurant, The Conservatory is open daily for lunch and dinner.

 

At The Conservatory, you can relax, be yourself and feel comfortable in the welcoming surroundings. With its refined furnishings, glorious countryside views, and a private dining room that’s perfect for parties, the setting is sophisticated in style yet has a relaxed atmosphere throughout.

 

Michael Croft, our Executive Chef Director, has created a menu bursting with beautifully cooked food, the freshest local produce, and tempting Mediterranean flavours.

The Conservatory
The Conservatory
Near Tetbury
Gloucestershire
GL8 8YJ
01666 890391
www.calcotmanor.co.uk

The Cotswold Food Store

Food Shop, Tearoom & Cafe

The Cotswold Food Store and Café is at the very heart of local food in the North Cotswolds. Through our passion for good food and knowing where it comes from, we have established a top class selection of local and organic food and drink sourced from farmers, growers and artisan producers across the Cotswolds.

We stock a wide range of groceries including local milk, eggs, bread, meat, poultry, fresh vegetables and fruit, prepared dishes, beers, wines, biscuits, cakes and so much more.

Our deli counter has tremendous charcuterie, hams, pates, olives and a mouth-watering selection of farmhouse cheeses, including almost all local Cotswold cheeses.

Adjoining the Store is a delightful Café, the perfect place to relax and enjoy great food and drink with friends and family. Our menu reflects the seasons and draws on seasonal local produce available in the Store. Everything you enjoy in the Café you can buy from the Store to enjoy at home. In the warm weather, you can enjoy the spectacular views from our terrace.

The Cotswold Food Store
The Cotswold Food Store
Longborough
Moreton-in-Marsh
Gloucestershire
GL56 0QZ
01451 830469
www.cotswoldfoodstore.co.uk

The Feathered Nest Country Inn, a country pub, restaurant and inn set in the picturesque village of Nether Westcote and nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds with marvellous views over the Evenlode Valley.
 
Originally an old Malthouse, the updated and thoughtfully refurbished Feathered Nest offers a cosy, warm and welcoming atmosphere. The Nest also serves as a convenient base from which to explore the quaint and charming villages as well as the rural surroundings.
 
The quality of our food is at the heart of The Feathered Nest, offering modern British cooking. Locally produced ingredients are sourced where possible. Fish is delivered daily from the west coast of Britain and many of the herbs and vegetables come from our own kitchen garden.
 
A daily black board menu offers relaxed eating in the bar and garden, whilst our seasonal menu provides an exciting alternative to be enjoyed in one of the informal dining areas at our Cotswolds pub.
 
On warm, balmy sunny days the garden terrace allows for outside dining, naturally shaded by the Sycamore tree.
 
An eclectic wine list provides interesting and unusual choices to enhance your meal.

The Feathered Nest Country Inn
The Feathered Nest Country Inn
Nether Westcote
Oxfordshire
OX7 6SD
+44 (0)1993 833030
www.thefeatherednestinn.co.uk

While The Gumstool Inn is situated in the grounds of Calcot Manor, it’s a traditional country pub in its own right. When you arrive, expect a warm welcome, great atmosphere and the chance to take your time with some good food and company.

 

During those winter evenings, you might like to choose a table near the pub's log fire. Or when the sun's shining, it's terrace provides plenty of space for you, your friends and family to relax and enjoy your meals.

 

Under the expert eye of Executive Chef Director, Michael Croft, The Gumstool Inn serves food that's a notch above typical pub meals. With starters including such options as smoked salmon and Portobello mushrooms on toast, plus mains including crispy-beer battered cod and venison steaks, you can expect a meal that puts other country pubs in the shade.

The Gumstool Inn
The Gumstool Inn
Near Tetbury
Gloucestershire
GL8 8YJ
01666 890391
www.calcotmanor.co.uk

The Horse and Groom

Pub, Restaurant

A Grade II listed Georgian inn of honey coloured stone, the Horse & Groom is bursting with character.  The hill top setting provides spectacular views over the surrounding landscape and there is private parking and a large garden to the rear.  Inside, sympathetic refurbishment has added a contemporary feel whilst maximising original period features. 


Brothers Tom & Will Greenstock run the Horse & Groom with passion and pride.  Whilst Tom looks after all things front of house, the Kitchen is Will’s domain.   His approach to food is simple – use the tastiest ingredients and let the flavours speak for themselves.  No over-elaborate dishes, just great combinations using the very best produce.  Supporting local farmers who share his passion for quality, Will is able to source 80% of his food from within a 30 mile radius.


The local suppliers extend beyond the food.  Three hand pumps on the bar offer a regularly changing selection of local real ales including brews from Donnington, North Cotswold and Goff’s Breweries.  If you prefer a little fizz in your pint then try the Cotswold Premium lager from Cotswold Brewing Co.


To make the Horse & Groom the perfect country escape, five sumptuous double bedrooms await upstairs.  Fully refurbished and individually styled, each with ensuite facilities, the rooms offer a comfortable and convenient base for exploring the Cotswolds.

The Horse and Groom
The Horse and Groom
Bourton-on-the-Hill
Moreton-in-Marsh
Gloucestershire
GL56 9AQ
01386 700413
www.horseandgroom.info

The Kingham Plough

Pub, Restaurant

The Kingham Plough re-opened, following extensive refurbishment, in August 2007, to wide critical acclaim. The quintessential Cotswold Inn has an outstanding restaurant alongside the perfect village pub. Upstairs, 7 boutique en-suite bedrooms have been created for the maximum of comfort.
 
Chef and proprietor, Emily Watkins, changes the short menu daily to accommodate the abundant local seasonal produce. Daily deliveries from local fruit farms, smallholdings and game estates, as well as foraged fungi and sea vegetables, all arrive to be transformed into fresh modern British dishes. Don’t be surprised if the menu evolves throughout the evening, as dishes are replaced with even more seasonal produce!

Whether you are relaxing with the papers by the fire or sunning yourself in the garden, a Cotswold lager and a bar snack are always popular. We offer a wide range of locally produced drinks from fruit juices and scrumpy to ales and wines and a daily changing bar snack menu. A well researched European wine list is also available.

The seven en-suite bedrooms are all newly refurbished, offering the best in quality and comfort. They provide a simple, tasteful elegance that is reflected throughout The Kingham Plough. Digital plasma televisions, wi-fi access and tea and coffee with homemade biscuits compliment these superb rooms.

Breakfast is served either in the dining room or on the terrace. A full English breakfast, fresh pastries, homemade jams and marmalade and muesli are all available.

Children and dogs are also welcome. Please ask when booking so we can make sure you have everything you need for your stay.

The Kingham Plough
The Kingham Plough
Kingham
Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire
OX7 6YD
01608 658327
www.thekinghamplough.co.uk

Sometimes, nothing’s better than spending a night or two in a classic British pub. At the Village Pub, situated in Barnsley just outside the Cotswolds town of Cirencester, you can relax, be yourself and do exactly as you please.

 

Refurbished by new owners, our traditional country pub isn’t a typical tourist trap or sightseers spot. It’s a local pub at the heart of the village community. So if you fancy a bite to eat, a drop to drink or a place to rest, you’ll find a welcoming atmosphere complemented by contemporary service. The food also puts most country pubs in the shade, featuring reworked classic English dishes with creative and tasty touches.

 

You owe it to yourself to discover this popular local haunt and favourite of customers worldwide. So, visit us soon and see why our guests are so reluctant to leave.

The Village Pub
The Village Pub
Barnsley
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 5EF
01285 740421
www.thevillagepub.co.uk

Wesley House

Restaurant

Wesley House Hotel is a charming 16th century hotel with bar and restaurant, set in the delightful Saxon town of Winchcombe.  It is named for the founder of the Methodist church, John Wesley, who used the hotel as his base when visiting the area.  The Wesley House Hotel offers five cosy en-suite bedrooms and is conveniently located for such local attractions as Sudeley Castle, regency Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and the pretty villages of the Cotswold escarpment.

Under the guidance of Martin Dunn, Wesley House’s restaurant has gained an enviable reputation for its delicious menus and extensive wine list.  The restaurant is equally popular with tourists, food critics and local people and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes. Sip a Gin & Tonic by the open inglenook fireplace before your meal in the winter, or enjoy a glass of Pimm’s and the beautiful Cotswold views from our air-conditioned Atrium in the summer. The bar and grill combines Wesley House's trademark attention to detail and superior levels of service with contemporary surroundings and a buzzing atmosphere.

The five en-suite bedrooms have recently been refreshed and offer complementary bath products, flat-screen TV and free wi-fi access.  The rooms are individually decorated and furnished and the doubles are named after the fields surrounding nearby Sudeley Castle.  The Almsbury has a private terrace and views toward the castle itself.

Wesley House
Wesley House Hotel
High Street
Winchcombe
Gloucestershire
GL54 5LJ
01242 602366
www.wesleyhouse.co.uk
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