Situated in a delightful corner of the village of Chadlington on the edge of the Cotswolds is the 17th-century Tite Inn. This cosy pub has it all: tasteful traditional decor, a terrific atmosphere, friendly hosts, a good range of real ales, and a menu of mouth-watering home-cooked food. That’s not to mention the garden, which is one of the loveliest in the Cotswolds and is a great spot for al fresco dining, with the children’s play area allowing parents to enjoy a peaceful drink or bite to eat. The menu includes nibbles and light bites for those with smaller appetites; omelettes and baguettes for lunch, traditional pub favourites and vegetarian options, and a selection of specials including fish and shellfish dishes. Sampling a dessert such as the classic sticky toffee pudding and custard is a must, as is stopping by for Sunday lunch (booking is advisable). Visit The Tite Inn and experience all this establishment offers.