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Morris and Brown Cafe at Broadway Tower

Morris and Brown Cafe at Broadway Tower

Set in a stunning location with plenty of comfortable seating, the Morris and Brown café at…

Huffkins cafe in Burford

Huffkins Cafe & Bakery - Burford

Huffkins Café Tea Room in Burford High Street is the perfect place to enjoy brunch or afternoon tea…

The Fleece Inn (National Trust)

The Fleece Inn (National Trust)

The quintessential English pub, owned by The National Trust and run with a love of tradition. Enjoy…

The Royal Oak Whatcote

The Royal Oak Whatcote

A traditional village public house and dining room with a focus on British wild food and craft ales…

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  1. MBB
    Award winning lunch and dinner dining - MBB Brasserie is open seven days a week and a Cotswold culinary must.
    1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
  2. Pint of Donnington Ale
    Enjoy private tours around the historic Donnington Brewery, to learn the art of brewing traditional English ale in this stunningly beautiful setting, or if you prefer lager, discover the secrets of brewing Bavarian-styled craft lager at the Cotswold Brew Co., a thriving micro-brewery with a huge following.
    1. 2 Jun 202427 Oct 2024
  3. Restaurants in The Cotswolds
    Discover restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets - from quintessential pubs serving classic British fare to destination and award-winning restaurants.
  4. The Cotswolds Distillery
    Set in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, the Cotswolds Distillery has been producing Outstanding Natural Spirits since 2014.
  5. Wine from Little Oak Vineyard and cheeses

    The Cotswold countryside is not only spectacular to look at, but supports and inspires some of the best producers in the land: from vines and organic vegetables that grow directly from Cotswold soil to whisky made from locally grown barley. The Cotswolds also nurtures brilliant bakers, ice cream makers and curers of meat. Here are ten producers we thought you ought to know a little more about.

  6. The Maytime Inn
    From cosy, traditional village pubs to manor house libraries and quirky wine bars, you'll never be far from a memorable place for a tipple in the Cotswolds.
  7. Cafes & Tea Rooms in the Cotswolds
    Take a break from exploring the Cotswolds and enjoy an artisan coffee or traditional English tea and, of course, a delicious slice of homemade cake.
  8. The Tea Set in Chipping Norton, just one of the places to find an amazing afternoon tea in the Cotswolds

    Is there anything better than a fabulous afternoon tea or something sweet and tasty on a summer afternoon?  A visit to the Cotswolds is the perfect excuse to tickle your taste buds with one of our incredible treats – from the occasional cheeky cake to a full blown afternoon tea with all the trimmings…..

  9. The Fleece Inn (National Trust)
    The quintessential English pub, owned by The National Trust and run with a love of tradition. Enjoy real ales, local foods, traditional ciders in a piece of living history!
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    2. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    3. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
  10. The Royal Oak Whatcote
    A traditional village public house and dining room with a focus on British wild food and craft ales
    1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
  11. Serving the beer Hawkstone brewery
    'Hawkstone is the brainchild of Jeremy Clarkson and Rick & Emma from the Cotswold Brew Co. Having put blood, sweat and tears into cultivating his malting barley, Jeremy was determined that it be put to good use, so resolved to supply it directly to a local brewery to turn into lager.
    1. 1 Jan 202431 Dec 2024
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