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The Diner

Bar-Restaurant14.6 miles 27 Nelson Street GL5 2HH

Offering expertly crafted, retro diner-style cuisine, The Diner is a perfect choice for those looking for a fun and indulgent dining experience. This popular eatery is centrally located on Nelson Street in the town centre, just a short walk from the train station – a convenient spot to round off a fun-filled day exploring Stroud...

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Bisley House

Bar-Restaurant14.7 miles Middle Street GL5 1DZ

Bisley House is a recently renovated, family-run pub and restaurant situated in the heart of Stroud. Having quickly established itself as a fine eatery, Bisley House is the only Stroud restaurant recommended in the 2015 and 2016 Michelin Guide.
Beer-enthusiasts will delight in the local ales from Stroud Brewery, including t...

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The Walwyn Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants14.8 miles Much Marcle HR8 2LY

Easy to find and sitting pretty as a picture three miles from charming Ledbury, The Walwyn Arms, though a traditional pub is essence, has an understatedly contemporary interior, created with comfort in mind. The recent refurbishment has seen sumptuous soft furnishings and warming woods tastefully combined in a design that is welcomin...

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The Tara Restaurant

Modern British14.8 miles Hatton Court Upton Hill GL4 8DE

The Tara Restaurant's panoramic windows look out over the scenic Severn Vale and the distant Malvern Hills, offering some of the best views available in the Cotswolds. The spectacular location is matched only by the restaurant's genuinely warm hospitality, fine food and extensive collection of wine. Make the most of the outdoor ...

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The Black Horse

Modern British15 miles Littleworth Amberley GL5 5AL

This 200-year-old Cotswold stone establishment, once a farmhouse, is a popular watering hole in Stroud, and has been for the past 60 years. The Black Horse benefits from a mixture of regulars and newcomers. The beer garden is one of the best in the county, with stunning vistas of Stroud valley and, on a clear day, you can even see...

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The Amberley Inn

British15 miles Amberley GL5 5AF

Whether you're looking for a place to dine or somewhere to spend the night in a glorious countryside setting, a stop-off at The Amberley Inn is a must. Found on the edge of the National Trust-owned Minchinhampton Common, the distinctive inn boasts far-reaching views across the Golden Valley. This 19th-Century building has retained...

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1861 Restaurant

15.1 miles Old Ross Road Cross Ash NP7 8PB

1861 has caused a stir among the local foodie elite and visitors alike with its relaxed yet defined approach to fine food and hospitality. Here, it’s a family affair. Simon King is at the helm of the kitchen, while his wife, Kate, runs the front of house. They have two children who have won awards for their baking in a local Bak...

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The Kings Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.1 miles Gloucester Road GL4 8AA

Upton St Leonards is one of those places that simply oozes beauty, and within this picturesque village you'll find The Kings Head - a homely pub that has been curing thirst, hunger and weariness for centuries. Once a coaching inn, it now prides itself on being the village's brilliant local, while also attracting visitors from miles ...

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The Falcon

British15.2 miles New Street GL6 6UN

Dating back to 1554, The Falcon sits in the beautiful village of Painswick on the edge of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by historic listed buildings and overlooking the church, The Falcon is home to a restaurant and bar as well as 11 individually decorated bedrooms – it’s an ideal base for visitors exploring the area and a perfect...

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JKs at St Michaels

Modern European, British15.2 miles Victoria Street GL6 6QA

The first thing you'll notice about JK's at St Michaels is the absolutely pictureperfect setting. Overlooking the magnificent St Mary's Church at the heart of tourist-friendly Painswick, the restaurant is housed within a beautiful 17th- Century building. Jean (chef profile page 55), together with business partner Angela, are co-owne...

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The Hog

Mediterranean15.2 miles The Cross GL6 0PR

The Hog, voted Best Pub in the South West at the Food & Farming Awards in 2016, draws locals in droves thanks to its sunny food, vibrant decor and friendly atmosphere. The menu features a wealth of Mediterranean dishes that highlight ingredients sourced from within a 15 mile radius, where possible. The kitchen is open-plan, al...

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Continental, British15.2 miles The New House Friday Street GL6 6QJ

Award-winning Olivas provides wonderful food and drink in a pleasant, friendly atmosphere. Here, in the heart of the village of Painswick, you can sample delicacies from the deli, Continental coffees, light lunches and divine dinners. Olivas is also known for its high-quality catering for all sizes and types of event, from intimate w...

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The Royal Oak Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.3 miles St Mary's Street GL6 6QG

Painswick, 'Queen of the Cotswolds,' is home to The Royal Oak Inn, a traditional 16th-Century pub and restaurant that has much of its life-story documented on the walls. It affords a wonderful welcoming atmosphere, created by a roaring log fire, beamed ceilings and traditional stone walls. The bar and dining areas are intimate and c...

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The Olway Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants15.3 miles Chepstow Road NP15 1EN

If you happen to stumble upon the The Olway Inn while walking or driving in the Monmouthshire countryside, you are in for a real treat - this traditional country pub, restaurant and hotel, surrounded by rolling hills, has character and old-world charm in spades. It was a wet and windy Sunday afternoon, but we felt warm and happy as...

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The Painswick

Modern British15.3 miles Kemps Lane GL6 6YB

The Painswick in the Cotswolds is steeped in history and is positioned in an area that dates back to between 500 and 1000 BC. Visitors can still see evidence from the Iron Age and only a short walk away you can find the Painswick Beacon. The Painswick’s building was built in the late 18th century, and since then has been the hom...

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