The Tudor Arms

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The Tudor Arms

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Shepherds Patch, Slimbridge, Gloucester, GL2 7BP
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Slimbridge is synonymous with the famous Wildfowl Trust, and no visit to the area is complete without stopping off at the neighbouring Tudor Arms. With its pretty waterside location, this splendid family-run free house enjoys an equally good reputation with locals and visitors alike. A great deal of thought and effort has gone into redesigning this versatile pub and restaurant, which also offers quality accommodation in quiet and friendly surroundings.

The Tudor Arms sits beside the Gloucester-Sharpness canal with the original cottage dating from the 1800s, when cider and ale was sold to Irish navigators who helped dig out the waterway's foundations. Maintaining its status for selling quality ales, the pub has won the prestigious 'CAMRA in Gloucester Country Pub of the Year' award for the last four years. Then there's the sensational food - from a simple bar snack to a fulfilling three-course meal, everything is homemade by a passionate chef. Within the cosy and welcoming interior you can dine in your ideal setting, as there is an unusually wide variety of seating areas - from cosy nooks to a sunny conservatory.

Relax and soak up the friendly atmosphere as you peruse the extensive menu. Here you will find time-honoured favourites alongside the daily specials board, which allows the chef free rein to be as creative as he likes. The comforting homemade soups and patés are always a great place to start, not only because they're so delicious, but because they're so competitively priced. Follow with the sumptuous pork tenderloin with apricot stuffing wrapped in bacon and served with a rich cider sauce or, if you're a steak-lover, a magnificent beef fillet, wrapped in pancetta and flavoured with garlic butter. For dessert, the deliciously sticky sweet treacle tart is pure indulgence, as is the crepe Suzette drizzled in orange sauce, and the light and tangy lemon meringue pie. Impressive is the word that springs to mind when describing The Tudor Arms, and it's certainly a place you'll want to return to again and again.
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Opening Hours:
Mon:11am-11.30pm
Tues:11am-11.30pm
Weds:11am-11.30pm
Thurs:11am-11.30pm
Fri:11am-11.30pm
Sat:11am-11.30pm
Sun:12pm-10.30pm

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