The Chestnut Tree

Type:Café

1 The Chestnuts
High Street
Bourton-on-the-Water
Gloucestershire
GL54 2AN

Tel: 01451 820474

The Chestnut Tree

Awards

  • Regional and MiscellaneousWTTC Safe Travels WTTC Safe Travels 2021

Facilities

Other

  • Waterfront

Catering

  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Licensed
  • Serve afternoon tea
  • Serve breakfast
  • Serve lunch
  • Special dietary requirements catered for
  • Take away service

Children & Infants

  • Accept children (Minimum age)
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Highchair

Establishment Features

  • Garden/patio for guests' use - During summer months
  • Groups accepted
  • Locally-sourced produce
  • Number of covers - 56 covers with an additional 42 outside during summer on our lawn.

Key Features

  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre
  • Waterfront

Payment Methods

  • All major credit cards accepted
  • American Express accepted
  • Diners Club accepted
  • Maestro accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Visa accepted

Travel & Trade

  • Wi-fi available

Directions

Road Directions

Located on High Street Bourton-on-the-Water

TripAdvisor

Tripadvisor

Tripadvisor Traveller Rating:

3.5 of 5 stars
    • Service
      4 of 5 stars
    • Value
      4 of 5 stars
    • Food
      4 of 5 stars
    • Atmosphere
      4 of 5 stars
    • Excellent
      212
    • Very Good
      189
    • Average
      77
    • Poor
      58
    • Terrible
      66

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