Lower Mill Estate Places to Eat

Ideas of places to eat while staying at Daisy Chain, Cotswold Family Holidays, Lower Mill Estate
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The Swan at Southrop  If you're looking for a quintessentially English pub, look no further.  The Swan at Southrop was built in the 17th Century. It sits in a lovely spot overlooking the village green and of course comes complete with open fires.    The owners are very keen to support local suppliers and as such their crayfish comes from Lechlade just down the road and their lamb and partridge is also locally sourced.   #swanatsotrop #lowermillestatepub #cotswoldfamilyholidays…

The Swan at Southrop If you're looking for a quintessentially English pub, look no further. The Swan at Southrop was built in the 17th Century. It sits in a lovely spot overlooking the village green and of course comes complete with open fires. The owners are very keen to support local suppliers and as such their crayfish comes from Lechlade just down the road and their lamb and partridge is also locally sourced. #swanatsotrop #lowermillestatepub #cotswoldfamilyholidays…

The Wild Duck Inn  This cosy, friendly, inviting 16th century pub comes complete with low beams and atmospheric candlelit warmth. The food comes highly recommended and when available includes organic meat from the Highgrove Estate.  The menu is designed around modern British and European food with some Far Eastern elements.  For more details: http://www.thewildduckinn.co.uk  Posted by http://www.cotswoldfamilyholidays.com/  #wildduckinn #lowermillestate   #cotswoldfamilyholidays

The Wild Duck Inn This cosy, friendly, inviting 16th century pub comes complete with low beams and atmospheric candlelit warmth. The food comes highly recommended and when available includes organic meat from the Highgrove Estate. The menu is designed around modern British and European food with some Far Eastern elements. For more details: http://www.thewildduckinn.co.uk Posted by http://www.cotswoldfamilyholidays.com/ #wildduckinn #lowermillestate #cotswoldfamilyholidays

The Baker's Arms, Somerford Keynes The Baker's Arms is the closest pub to the Lower Mill Estate and is often visited by visitors to Daisy Chain. It is within walking distance, in the village of Somerford Keynes, just a 20 minute walk from Daisy Chain. The cosy bar has low beamed ceilings and a roaring fire in the inglenook fireplace.  #bakersarmssomerfordkeynes #lowermillestatepub #cotswoldfamilyholidays #lowermillestate

The Baker's Arms, Somerford Keynes The Baker's Arms is the closest pub to the Lower Mill Estate and is often visited by visitors to Daisy Chain. It is within walking distance, in the village of Somerford Keynes, just a 20 minute walk from Daisy Chain. The cosy bar has low beamed ceilings and a roaring fire in the inglenook fireplace. #bakersarmssomerfordkeynes #lowermillestatepub #cotswoldfamilyholidays #lowermillestate

Fabulous and Funky  Eat Wild Restaurant is new (it opened in Cirencester at the end of May) and has already gained lots of rave reviews.  Run by brothers Calum and Will, Eat Wild aims to bring game to a wider audience.  They harvest, cook and sell wild meat and game products.  In 2010 the brothers started by selling their delicious game to local gastro pubs and restaurants.  They have also sold at festivals, and other events including the London 2012 Olympics.  They have now directly entered…

Fabulous and Funky Eat Wild Restaurant is new (it opened in Cirencester at the end of May) and has already gained lots of rave reviews. Run by brothers Calum and Will, Eat Wild aims to bring game to a wider audience. They harvest, cook and sell wild meat and game products. In 2010 the brothers started by selling their delicious game to local gastro pubs and restaurants. They have also sold at festivals, and other events including the London 2012 Olympics. They have now directly entered…

Say Cheese!  Whether you prefer a slice of tangy cheddar, a wedge of stilton or something milder and creamier, The Cotswold Cheese Company is bound to have something to suit you.  They stock a range of more than 80 different artisan and farmhouse cheeses, with a strong focus on quality local producers.    The Cotswold Cheese Company have shops in Burford, Moreton-in-Marsh and Chipping Campden.  A visit to their cheese counter will introduce you to some wonderful products. St. Eadburgha is a…

Buy Crump's Double Gloucester Cheese from Cotswold Cheese – Products locally sourced where we can and a wide range of quality cheese, accompaniments and deli essentials

Graze Cirencester  Graze in Cirencester is a bar, brasserie and chophouse offering a varied menu of classic British and European dishes.  It takes its inspiration from the great steak houses of London and New York.  Graze is hard to miss - it is situated in a building in Cirencester which has an ornate 17th Century gothic facade.  Whilst meat cooking is central to the food menu, it certainly isn't the only option.  The menu offers a full range from a light bar snack to a 3-course meal with…

Graze Cirencester Graze in Cirencester is a bar, brasserie and chophouse offering a varied menu of classic British and European dishes. It takes its inspiration from the great steak houses of London and New York. Graze is hard to miss - it is situated in a building in Cirencester which has an ornate 17th Century gothic facade. Whilst meat cooking is central to the food menu, it certainly isn't the only option. The menu offers a full range from a light bar snack to a 3-course meal with…

The Old Boathouse Pub, South Cerney  This pub is built on the lakeside in Cotswolds Water Park, near the Gateway Centre, so boasts stunning views across the lake all year round.  They are open all day, so you can pop in for a morning coffee, a quick pint, a hearty Sunday Lunch or a three course dinner!  They use as many local suppliers as possible and have built up a good reputation in the area.  Each Friday after 6pm, as well as their usual menu options, they have a Steak and Grill Night…

The Old Boathouse Pub, South Cerney This pub is built on the lakeside in Cotswolds Water Park, near the Gateway Centre, so boasts stunning views across the lake all year round. They are open all day, so you can pop in for a morning coffee, a quick pint, a hearty Sunday Lunch or a three course dinner! They use as many local suppliers as possible and have built up a good reputation in the area. Each Friday after 6pm, as well as their usual menu options, they have a Steak and Grill Night…

Eat Wild Cirencester - Cotswold Family Holidays

Eat Wild Cirencester is a new (opened in restaurant who harvest, cook and sell wild meat and game products.

Where does the River Thames start?  The most common topic of converstation at The Thames Head Inn near Kemble is not politics, or even sport, but rather the source of the River Thames.  The pub takes its name from the place, about half a mile away, where the river begins its 154 mile long journey to London Bridge.  The source of the Thames is not quite as simple as that - as the river is ground water fed, the precise source depends on the ground water level, and as such can vary by a few ...

Where does the River Thames start? The most common topic of converstation at The Thames Head Inn near Kemble is not politics, or even sport, but rather the source of the River Thames. The pub takes its name from the place, about half a mile away, where the river begins its 154 mile long journey to London Bridge. The source of the Thames is not quite as simple as that - as the river is ground water fed, the precise source depends on the ground water level, and as such can vary by a few ...

Made by Bob - Cotswold Family Holidays

Made by Bob is part deli, part restaurant and can be found in the Corn Hall in Cirencester. It aims to provide a relaxed meeting place where people can enjoy great food and drink throughout the day.

Eat Wild, Cirencester  Eat Wild opened its 30-seater restaurant in Cirencester last year and since then has gone from strength to strength. It is run by Gloucestershire born brothers and has a vision to bring sustainably sources wild meat and game to the public. A recent review in Country Life Magazine wrote, "Eat Wild is just superb....Seasonal, sustainable and locally sourced, it doesn’t get much better than this.

Eat Wild Cirencester is a new (opened in restaurant who harvest, cook and sell wild meat and game products.

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