Places to Eat

The Cotswolds are renowned as being a haven for ‘foodies’, and there are far too many good restaurants and pubs that serve locally sourced food for us to summarise here.    So, we have selected a few of our favourite local places to eat, for you to sample

Minchinhampton: The Crown Inn - Re-opened in November 2019 after a long refurbishment.This Unspoilt 17th Century pub is part of The Lucky Onion group of Cotswold pubs and is in the middle of the village - just a short walk from here.

Minchinhampton: The Kitchen - Situated in the middle of Minchinhampton, this popular watering hole serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas.

Minchinhampton: The Ragged Cot – Good well-priced and locally sourced food served in a comfortable pub atmosphere.

Nailsworth: The Olive Tree – Mediterranean restaurant and pizzeria offering competitively priced meals as well as take-away dishes.

Nailsworth: The Weighbridge Inn – Creators of the legendary 2in1 Pie which has meat or fish at one end and cauliflower cheese at the other end. Well worth a visit.

Nailsworth: Wild Garlic – The fact that the chef has worked in several Michelin-starred restaurants gives you an indication of the quality of the food served here.

Sapperton: The Bell – Enjoy seasonal cooking in a characteristic old pub in this beautiful historic Cotswold village.

Slad: The Woolpack – An old-fashioned English pub serving local beer and good food. This was ‘the local’ for ‘Cider with Rosie’ author Laurie Lee who lived in the Slad Valley.

Tetbury: The Close - Situated in one of the finest 16th Century town houses in The Cotswolds and offering very good value in a historic setting. Wonderful garden for lunch.

Tetbury: The Snooty Fox – Good locally-sourced food and a selection of real ales are served in both the bar and the restaurant. A favourite for dog-lovers.