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The Somerset Arms

Traditional9.8 miles NP25 4BP

The pleasant Somerset Arms sits snug in the Monmouthshire countryside and as a former coaching house, has a wealth of history. Inside, traditional charm meets modern comfort, creating a home-from-home vibe that captivates visitors from the start.
A lovely bar lies at the front of the building, and at the rear is the lounge....

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The King’s Head House

Gastropub9.8 miles Bath Road Eastington GL10 3AA

The King’s Head House commands a prominent position in the picturesque village of Eastington and has a long tradition of providing some of the best food and accommodation in the area. The original Georgian country residence has been lovingly updated to present a calming atmosphere where friends and family can unwind in comfort o...

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The Stonemill

Modern British9.9 miles Rockfield Monmouth NP25 5SW

A mere stone's throw from the picturesque Forest of Dean and just two miles from the historic market town of Monmouth, The Stonemill boasts a beautiful, peaceful location, and is the perfect place to relax. Oak beams and vaulted ceilings merge effortlessly with modern tableware and contemporary furnishings, creating a unique count...

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The Railway Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10 miles Station Road GL11 5NS

This cosy pub dates back to 1857 and was originally two cottages; nowadays, it is a charming place to enjoy a midweek lunch or a top-notch Sunday carvery. Surrounded by lovely countryside and located close to the Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, The Railway is an ideal place for walkers (and their four-legged friends) to rest...

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Old Badger Inn

Traditional10 miles Alkerton Road GL10 3AT

The Old Badger Inn is a beautiful country village pub located just six miles outside of Stroud. The interior is traditionally furnished with wooden tables, hops and roaring fireplaces, while outside you’ll find a large family-friendly garden perfect for sunny al fresco dining. Both the pub and the garden are dog-friendly, so bri...

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The Alma Inn

Traditional10.1 miles Off Fording Lane HR9 7RY

Located on the edge of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley and between the stunning Malvern Hills and Black Mountains, The Alma Inn is the ideal place for a comforting stop-off. You’re sure of the warmest of welcomes from landlords Dan and Gemma, and even Maisy the dog.
A bustling main bar, cosy dining area, pool room and b...

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The Piercefield

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.3 miles St Arvans NP16 6EJ

The Piercefield is a prime example of a great British pub, combining all the charm of a classic inn with up-to-date convenience and style. Daily specials run alongside a regularly changing menu that incorporates the best of local produce. From the seasonal selection, you could enjoy chicken liver paté with The Rev. James ale ...

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Fox & Hounds

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 miles The Street GL11 5EG

Fox & Hounds is the quintessential British pub. This stone-built community hub has stood for 300 years, its rich history evident in the beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplace. The food is equally rooted in tradition, withtime-honoured favourites like battered cod with chips and mushy peas, and homemade pie of t...

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The Frocester George

Gastropub10.8 miles Peter Street GL10 3TQ

From the excellent food and the wide selection of real ale, local beer and the array of of 50 gins, to the rural views it commands, The Frocester George takes the quintessential country pub dining experience to soaring heights. Visitors will find ten guest bedrooms, a warm ambience and cosy restaurant at this much-loved gem.
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The Roadmaker Inn

Nepalese10.8 miles Gorsley HR9 7SW

You can find The Roadmaker Inn tucked away between the towns of Ross-on-Wye and Newent, close to the M50. The chefs here specialise in traditional Nepalese cuisine made using locally sourced ingredients.
Gurkhas are a Nepalese military people renowned for their fearlessness. Now run by former Gurkhas, The Roadmaker Inn has ...

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Old Spot Inn

Traditional10.8 miles 2 Hill Road GL11 4JQ

This quaint, popular pub offers a great choice of high-quality family favourites, cooked perfectly and served with a smile. The ethos here is all about enjoying excellent value food and drink in an easy-going atmosphere – what’s not to love? It has also been named a CAMRA National Pub of the Year thanks to its focus on real al...

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The Riverside Wine Bar

Bar-Restaurant10.9 miles 18a The Back NP16 5HH

With River Wye trickling in the background as you kick back and relax in the garden, The Riverside Wine Bar is a pretty spot if you’re after welcome respite. In addition to boasting a desirable setting, The Riverside has built a stellar reputation for its food and drink. Whilst children are welcomed in the day, adults and those ...

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The Kings Head

Traditional10.9 miles 53 Parsonage Street GL11 4BP

If you’re looking for a homely venue where hearty food, refreshing drinks and top-notch service are the norm, look no further than The Kings Head in the market town of Dursley. It sits in a pretty spot, and is popular with walkers who stumble across it after a country ramble, looking to put their feet up and tuck into something ...

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The Huntsman Inn

Modern European, British10.9 miles Bristol Road GL12 8DF

Light and airy and in a fantastic location just off the M5, the historic Huntsman Inn has been serving the local community for over 300 years. Today it provides modern, superior en-suite rooms, excellent wines, good quality ales - London Pride, local ales and Doombar - and a gorgeous menu of homemade traditional British cuisine with...

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Bank Café

Café10.9 miles 80 Parsonage Street GL11 4AB

As you can guess from the name, Bank Café is housed in a former bank. Here, retro decor and honest, delicious food combine to create a laid-back, friendly café where locals and visitors alike rejoice. Open seven days a week, it’s become a real hub for cyclists and ramblers on the stunning 102-mile-long Cotswold Way. Hordes of ...

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