The Butchers Arms is an ideal venue for all seasons. Whether you choose to while away an afternoon in the large sunny garden or huddle up next to the glowing fire in winter, service is guaranteed to be friendly, familiar and genuine.
Enjoy a pre-dinner stroll around the countryside – also known as the Golden Valley – and feel as though you’re striding right into Laurie Lee’s novel, Cider with Rosie. Afterwards, leave your wellies at the door of this welcoming 18th-century public house and step inside to refuel with a slap-up meal and refreshing pint. Pull up a seat at the farmhouse kitchen tables and sit below oak beams before browsing the menu of delectable traditional pub grub. Commence your feast with homemade Thai fi shcakes or calamari with a sprinkling of chilli salt and smoked aioli. Follow with the hearty shepherd’s pie or herb-crusted fillet of hake before polishing off sweet treats that come in the form of lemon tart and The Butcher’s own take on the classic Eton Mess. There are also authentic-style pizzas available to eat in or take away.
If you wish to extend your stay and immerse yourself in rural paradise, book yourself into the self-catering cottage – you won’t be disappointed.