The Foodie’s Guide to Cotswolds

Cotswolds is a haven for food lovers and holiday makers alike. It quaint hotels and varying culinary surprises makes it an ideal destination.

Stroud Farmer’s Market: home to the baker of the nelson loaf, Hobbs house bakery, Cotswold curer and Jess’s Ladies Organic Farm Milk.

Jolly Nice café: Located at Frampton Mansell on the road between Stroud and Cirencester, the café is located in a disused filling station.

The Royal Oak, Tetbury: the kitchen specialises in British wild food ‘shot to order’ by gamekeepers,

No 131, Cheltenham: An elegant Grade-II Georgian hotel with a restaurant and handful of quirky rooms.

The Wheatsheaf, Northleach: former coaching inn located in a restored 17th-century Cotswold stone building.

Barnsley House, Barnsley: Once the home of renowned garden designer Rosemary Verey, fantastic food prepared by an Italian chef.

The Rectory Hotel, Crudwell: situated in an 18th century former rectory, Unfussy comfort food includes fish pie, and pretty salads using fresh produce.

Thyme, Southrop: A 150-acre estate, it is home to a cookery school, pub, holiday cottages, cocktail bar and restaurant.

Sign of the Angel Inn, Lacock: former coaching inn dating back to the 15th century with amazing food all year round.

The Bell Inn, Langford: a combination of rustic, wood-fired comfort food, stone-flagged dining rooms, and affable service.

Artist Residence, South Leigh: a cosy bar area with a classic pub menu and a more sophisticated dining room.

The Painswick, Painswick: affordable room rates and a playful aesthetic, lounges come with open fires and mountains of cushions.

 

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