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The Daneway

Traditional5.9 miles GL7 6LN

The Daneway is a quirky pub nestled in the beautiful Golden Valley, halfway between Stroud and Cirencester. Since taking over in April 2017, Poppy and Marcus have reinvigorated the pub and now serve traditional fare cooked with modern fl air. Offering a daily changing menu that showcases the best seasonal and local produce, along ...

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Bank Café

Café6 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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The Kings Head

Traditional6 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 King’s Head House

Gastropub6 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 Edgemoor Inn

Traditional6.2 miles Gloucester Road GL6 6ND

A breathtaking panoramic view across the Painswick Valley is the first thing you notice at the Edgemoor Inn. With a wide-ranging imaginative menu, quality real ale, and a 30-year reputation as a family-run business, this is definitely the place to visit in the Cotswolds.
Choose to dine either on the sunlit terrace, or in th...

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Old Spot Inn

Traditional6.2 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 Railway Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.2 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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The Painswick

Modern British6.3 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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The Bell at Sapperton

British6.4 miles Sapperton GL7 6LE

Halfway between Stroud and Cirencester, Sapperton is a beautiful, sleepy Cotswolds village that’s home to this inviting country inn, where visitors are guaranteed a refreshing drink and delicious food, seven days a week. The Bell is a free house, so gin and real ale are a speciality, as is wine, which is available to drink in or...

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St Michael’s

Bistro6.4 miles Victoria Street GL6 6QA

Located in the charming and picturesque village of Painswick, St Michael’s can be found in the heart of the Cotswolds, surrounded by quaint sandstone cottages and overlooking the grounds of St Mary’s Church. Home not just to an outstanding restaurant but also to a series of boutique rooms, St Michael’s is...

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The Falcon

British6.4 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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The Royal Oak Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.4 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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Continental, British6.5 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 Cat & Custard Pot Inn

Traditional6.6 miles The Street Shipton Moyne GL8 8PN

Nestled in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside, surrounded by beautiful stone cottages and rolling open fields, The Cat & Custard Pot Inn is the quintessential charming village pub. A warm welcome awaits locals and visitors alike: indeed, the inn’s picturesque location just a short distance from Westonbirt Arboretum...

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The Beacon & Railway Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.9 miles Haresfield GL10 3DX

The Beacon & Railway Hotel's prime spot on the Cotswold Way makes it popular with walkers, and dogs are welcome too - in fact, visitors to this cosy inn are likely to bump into Pongo, the pub's resident West Highland terrier. Quench your thirst with one of the six real ales, guest ales or five ciders available at the bar, or ord...

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