Echoing the charm of the Cotswolds, this 15th-century pub is perfect for a relaxing meal. Situated on the main road through what is said to be one of the most beautiful villages in England, this pub should not be passed by. It has everything you could wish for: a warm welcome, great reasonably priced food, an orchard garden, free Wi-Fi and ample parking. Whether calling in for breakfast, a fresh coffee or a celebratory meal, every need can be catered for – you can even bring your four-legged friends with you.
As a destination pub, especially popular for Sunday lunches, booking is advised. The experienced and dedicated chefs are the masterminds behind the varied, extensive menu which features local ingredients like Bibury trout, meat from Cirencester’s Jesse Smith butchers and fruit and veg from Four Seasons Fruiterer, along with an enticing selection of Cask Marqueaccredited real ales. Delicious homemade stone-baked pizzas are also available to eat in or take away – fans of spice can sample the signature spicy Bibury Blaster pizza for something unforgettable. For those wishing to stay a little longer, a ground-floor annexe of beautiful beamed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms is available. The clean and cosy accommodation was awarded four stars by the AA, and makes for the perfect base to explore the pub’s peaceful surroundings.