Central Cross Drive, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 2DX
Just a short stroll from the town centre, you can find Central Cross Cafe; situated in the magnificent 'Long Garden' of Pittville Park, with parking and easy access from the A435. Since taking over the running of the café two years ago, Director and co-founder of Cheltenham Coffee Co, Susannah - and her cheerful, hard-working team of staff - have built up a thriving business and loyal customer base; serving speciality Arabica coffee and a wide selection of teas, home-made cakes, soups, sandwiches and scoop ice cream all year round. Seating is outdoor, with blankets and cushions provided in the winter to keep the chill out!
Situated in the heart of historic Cirencester, Somewhere Else Deli Bar is the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch and dinner. From a casual family brunch to a sophisticated dinner, we offer a fresh and innovative menu which changes weekly, matched by a thirst-quenching selection of wines, beers and spirits and some naughty cocktails. Super-stylish interiors and an large terrace with heaters add a cool welcoming vibe - all in all making Somewhere Else THE place to be seen for those in the know.
A beautiful 15th century Cotswol 'pub-restaurant' with open log fires, orchard garden and bed and breakfast in Bibury. There is always a warm welcome, good local Cask Marque-approved alesd and quality fresh food with locally sourced ingredients. The Catherine Wheel will offer you great service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
43 The Burgage, Prestbury, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 3DL
Just outside Cheltenham, in the village of Prestbury, The Royal Oak is the closest pub to Cheltenham Racecourse. Log fires, snug bar and dining room with high quality pub food and excellent real ale – what more could you want?
Rowberrow is an ex-mining village, and The Swan has been created from 3 knocked-through miners cottages, overlooking the heather strewn beauty of Beacon Batch. The pub has been around since the late 1700's, and started life as a cider house but the real draw of The Swan is the food and of course the delicious offering of ale to complement each dish.
The Old Badger Inn is a wonderful example of a proper country pub. The pub furnishings deliver a rustic charm, creating a Freehouse that is in perfect harmony with its community. Enter this pub and relish in the warm and welcoming atmosphere, where you can relax and enjoy a pint in the company of like-minded folk. We are passionate about food and drink, serving an ever-changing range of cask ales from Local and Regional brewers, accompanied by locally sourced, homemade, quality meals. Our menu covers pub classics, such as homemade burger and hand cut chips, as well as an exciting Tapas menu served on Friday and Saturday evenings.
The sun drenched beer garden, hosts many cider and ale festivals, live music and festivities throughout the year. And talking of cider, our pub boasts a huge variety of local ciders, a range so good, we have recently been crowned the Stroud Regional CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2017.
There’s plenty of charm to be found at The Bear, just off the high street in Cirencester, you’ll be greeted with warm welcome to this beautiful old building brimming with old beams. Whether you’re after a drink with friends, or a tasty meal, The Bear is the spot for you.
Set in the picturesque village of Selsley, The Bell Inn is a 16th Century grade two listed, Cotswold Inn. Your friendly country pub with rooms. We are here to give you a true taste of the Cotswolds and all that it has to offer. Serving real ales, locally-sourced food and seasonal game.
Whether catching up with friends in our bar, settling down for a traditional Sunday lunch or enjoying a delicious country escape – come and soak up some country life with us.
The pub can now boast listings in The Good Food Guide, and The Good Pub Guide as well as 2AA rosettes for our food which is an enormous achievement. Pub classics such as burgers, pie and fish and chips are available alongside their creative restaurant menu throughout the day. From the bread to the after-dinner biscuits, everything is made from in house.
It’s not just our food that we are proud of at The Bell Inn, we have also spent time picking the best local ales and award-winning British spirits and wines. These sit alongside some old favourites. From artisan gin to bubbles. Make sure you take time to sample our Gin menu.
The accommodation prides itself on attention to detail. The two bedrooms at the Bell Inn offer a relaxing blend of traditional and contemporary to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. The rooms have all been furnished in a traditional style with a contemporary feel. High ceilings and exposed beams are a key feature of the rooms.