Tunnel House Inn

Tunnel House Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Tarlton Road, Coates, GL7 6PW
If you go down to the woods today you're sure for a big surprise. The Tunnel House Inn, located between the Cotswold villages of Coates and Tarlton, is hidden deep in the country. Disappearing down a beaten track you could be forgiven for thinking that you've taken a wrong turn, until suddenly this wonderful country pub presents itself.

The Tunnel House is brimming with local historical memorabilia, interesting artefacts and keepsakes, all of which add to the character emanating from within. Owner Rupert Longsdon is an amiable host and has a real rapport with all his customers. He introduced wonderful home-cooked food to The Tunnel House five years ago and hasn't looked back since. Traditional English dishes are the order of the day which, most importantly, are all prepared and cooked on the premises with ingredients sourced from local suppliers.

The starters include delights such as seared pigeon breast, smoked haddock kedgeree and deep-fried Brie wedges. With the mains you're presented with all manner of traditional favourites like fish and chips, chargrilled steak, lamb shank and a wonderful winter casserole, all of which take home cooking to a new level. Children are welcomed with a separate menu and a wonderful play area to explore during the summer months, while the adjacent barn provides a useful addition for functions and wedding parties.
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Open: Mon-Thurs noon-3pm, 6pm-11pm; Fri-Sun open all day

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