Gloucestershire Pubs in Michelin Guide to Eating out in Pubs 2015

Gloucestershire is proudly represented by 20 establishments in the 2015 Michelin Guide to Eating Out in Pubs. This year's guide features over 580 of the best dining pubs and inns in Britain and Ireland and has crowned a Cotswolds pub, the Wild Rabbit in Kingham, Oxfordshire, as Pub of the Year. Take a look at the 20 Gloucestershire Pubs recommended for exceptional food by the Michelin Guide to Eating Out in Pubs 2015!
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The Wheatsheaf Inn in Northleach is a finalist for the restaurant of the year for the Food and Drink Travel Awards 2015. It is traditional coaching inn with 14 boutique style bedrooms, a great wine list, artisan beers and some excellent regional food. Supporting the slow food movement, The Weatsheaf Inn uses great local suppliers. If you fancy good quality posh pub food this is the place to go.

The Wheatsheaf Inn - gallery, Cotswolds pub, Northleach accommodation {love the unframed portraits}

The Horse and Groom Pub is a Grade II listed Georgian building bursting with original period features. The food they are so passionate about is displayed on a blackboard menu allowing to incorporate the freshest seasonal local produce. With a veg patch and fruit cage at the pub and an allotment in the neighbouring village, ingredients cannot be more fresh! The pub was recently crowned Cotswold Life Pub Restaurant of the Year 2015.

The Horse and Groom - awarded Best Pub Restaurant in the Cotswolds Life Food and Drinks Awards 2015

The Fox in Lower Oddington, Moreton in Marsh, is a traditional Cotswolds inn offering excellent food, shabby chic accommodation and plenty of local character. The bar area is cosy but offers a good range of fine wines and real ales. The main focus however is the food The Fox being primarily a restaurant pub. The menu combines modern British food as well as European style dishes featuring seasonal and local ingredients.

The Fox in Lower Oddington, Moreton in Marsh, is a traditional Cotswolds inn offering excellent food, shabby chic accommodation and plenty of local character. The bar area is cosy but offers a good range of fine wines and real ales. The main focus however is the food The Fox being primarily a restaurant pub. The menu combines modern British food as well as European style dishes featuring seasonal and local ingredients.

The Slaughters Country Inn dates back to the 17th Century and was formally a Crammer School for Eton College. Beamed ceilings, stone mullioned windows combine in a great taste with contemporary design that have earned The Slaughters Country Inn the title of “Chelsea in the Cotswolds”. The Menu showcases Country Inn Classics such as Steamed Fowey Mussels Mariners or Chargrilled Hereford steak with watercress and house fries. Or why not indulge in their very own afternoon tea?

Image Gallery - The Slaughters Country Inn

The Seagrave Arms in Chipping Campden serves quality food from the best British ingredients, including fresh local game and fish paired with fine real ales. They give the classic British comfort food a contemporary twist. Make sure to try their award winning chips - The Seagrave Arms was crowned the winner of the best chips in the UK in the 2015 national Chip Week awards.

Take a tour of our beautiful country bedrooms and have a peek at some of the dishes on our menu here at the The Seagrave Arms and browse our image gallery.

The Swan at Southrop is a quintessential English village pub part of Thyme and the Southrop Manor Estate. The food is homemade from homegrown ingredients. Fresh vegetables, herbs and eggs are collected daily from the estate kitchen gardens and the menu combines good wholesome food with more innovative flavours. Foodies may be interested in the Cookery School onsite offering demonstrations, tastings, talks, garden tours, forages & cookery classes.

The Swan at Southrop is a quintessential English village pub part of Thyme and the Southrop Manor Estate. The food is homemade from homegrown ingredients. Fresh vegetables, herbs and eggs are collected daily from the estate kitchen gardens and the menu combines good wholesome food with more innovative flavours. Foodies may be interested in the Cookery School onsite offering demonstrations, tastings, talks, garden tours, forages & cookery classes.

The Royal Oak pub in Gretton, was recently renovated combining a contemporary interior with traditional features. The setting offers amazing views from the pub's conservatory, an ample beer garden and the Great Western Railways steam train can be seen running along the bottom of the garden. The menu offers mouth-watering pub grub with starters such as pot roast pork belly with celeriac coleslaw and mains of beer battered Cornish haddock or the Royal Oak Ultimate Burger.

Gretton - The Royal Oak - Lunch or Dinner on Saturday, May

The Royal Oak Inn, in Prestbury, Cheltneham features log fires, a snug bar and a dining room offering high quality pub food and CAMRA recommended ales. Their menu is complemented by daily specials boards featuring fresh fish from day boats that deliver to Birmingham Wholesale Market. It is featured as a main entry in The Good Pub Guide and was noted as one of The Daily Telegraph Top 70 Inns.

The Royal Oak Inn, in Prestbury, Cheltneham features log fires, a snug bar and a dining room offering high quality pub food and CAMRA recommended ales. Their menu is complemented by daily specials boards featuring fresh fish from day boats that deliver to Birmingham Wholesale Market. It is featured as a main entry in The Good Pub Guide and was noted as one of The Daily Telegraph Top 70 Inns.

The Eight Bells was built in the 14th century to house the stonemasons that built St. James' church and was later used to store the peel of the eight bells that were hung in the church tower, hence its name. The Inn was rebuilt using most of the original stone during the 17th century. What exists today is an outstanding example of a traditional Cotswolds Inn. Its large terraced garden allows striking views of the nearby church.The pub is handy for the Cotswold Way walk, leading to Bath.

Eight Bells Inn, Chipping Campden Pub, Cotswolds pub. One of our favorite meals here while visiting the Cotswolds.

Bisley House in Stroud is a new entry in the 2015 Michelin Pub Guide. The newly renovated pub serves fine wines, real ales, speciality teas and a Menu that changes frequently using the best local and seasonal ingredients. Don't miss out on their amazing offer - organic pulled pork burger with chips and slaw and a pint of beer for only a tenner!

Bisley House in Stroud is a new entry in the 2015 Michelin Pub Guide. The newly renovated pub serves fine wines, real ales, speciality teas and a Menu that changes frequently using the best local and seasonal ingredients. Don't miss out on their amazing offer - organic pulled pork burger with chips and slaw and a pint of beer for only a tenner!

The Kings Head Inn in Bledington, is an idyllic Cotswolds pub offering wholesome, traditional English food using free-range, organic and local produce as much as possible. The King’s Head Inn has also been awarded two AA rosettes and has been featured in the Good Beer Guide for many years for serving a good selection of real ales.

The King's Head Inn, Bledington near Stow on the Wold offering Cotswold bed and breakfast and Cotswold Hotel accommodation

The Gumstool Inn in Tetbury is a traditional gastropub set within the grounds of Calcot Manor. Sourcing top-quality, seasonal ingredients The Gumstool serves favourites such as Gloucestershire sausages and mash, grilled calves liver with pancetta or the Calcot organic Black Angus beef burger. In the summer you can enjoy a chilled drink in their charming garden with bench tables.

View our luxury facilities available at the Calcot Manor Hotel and Spa, a renowned country house hotel in the Cotswolds.

The Bell at Stow is a traditional country pub in Stow-on-the-Wold. Food is at the heart of The Bell at Stow offering a delicious seasonal menu plus a daily specials board abundant with fresh fish & seafood. Their wine is supplied from a local merchant.

The Bell at Stow is a traditional country pub in Stow-on-the-Wold. Food is at the heart of The Bell at Stow offering a delicious seasonal menu plus a daily specials board abundant with fresh fish & seafood. Their wine is supplied from a local merchant.

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