Our restaurants in Gloucestershire are the perfect place for a delicious, locally-sourced, classic pub meal and a pint of award-winning beer – ideal for when you’ve explored all Gloucestershire has to offer, from the enchanting Forest of Dean to the breathtaking views of the rolling Cotswold Hills.
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Places To Eat in Gloucestershire
Enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced, home-cooked meal at one of our restaurants in Gloucestershire, close to popular attractions like Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucester Cathedral, and the Cotswolds AONB.
The Bear Inn in Cirencester
Right on the edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll find The Bear Inn. Enjoy modern twists on pub classics in a historic pub with traditional features, rustic furnishings, a pleasant beer garden and a roaring open fire. Locals’ favourites on the restaurant menu include Baked Camembert, Butcombe Original beer-battered fish and chips, and, of course, Cirencester’s finest Sunday roast. Perfect for birthdays, events, meetings, or other occasions with a private dining room.
The Beckford Inn in Tewkesbury
If you’re a fan of beer-battered fish and chips, love a classic Sunday roast (with all the trimmings, of course), or you consider yourself a beer connoisseur, stop by The Beckford Inn for a delicious meal at the on-site restaurant and a friendly atmosphere. Ideal for a break between trekking across the Cotswold Hills, exploring the Gloucestershire countryside, or after a spot of shopping in Cheltenham – go on, you deserve it!
The Crown in Dyrham
From steamed mussels steeped in cider to Butcombe Original beer-battered fish and chips, you’ll find something you love at The Crown restaurant. Fancy something sweet? Try the decadent warm chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice cream, or a New York-style cheesecake with maple-roasted figs and blackberry sorbet. The food and drink menu at The Crown is the perfect blend of pub classics with exciting modern touches.
The Fleet in Twyning
Overlooking the River Avon, there are not many views as spectacular as at The Fleet Inn. Enjoy a delicious alfresco classic pub meal in ambience, with the babbling sounds of the river mere metres away, and a pint of award-winning Butcombe beer in your hand.
The Horse & Groom in Bourton-on-the-Hill
After a day exploring the Cotswold hills and various local attractions, you deserve a delicious meal. Stop by The Horse & Groom and choose your favourites from our menu, where locally-sourced produce and the finest seasonal ingredients are the focus. If you are visiting during the weekend, be sure to sample our famous Sunday roast – with vegan-friendly and gluten-free options available.
The King’s Arms in Didmarton
Nestled in the beautiful Cotswolds, you’ll find The King’s Arms in Didmarton, the ideal base for exploring the local countryside or the wonderful nearby cities of Bristol & Bath. Family-friendly and dog-friendly, The King’s Arms is the perfect spot for a classic pub meal and a few pints, where you can relax outside in the beautiful beer garden.
The Lion Inn in Winchcombe
Steeped in history, The Lion Inn restaurant is a cracking 15th-century coaching inn located in the historic town of Winchcombe. Serving delicious seasonal dishes and wonderful pub classics, the gastropub is renowned for its great food, alongside its excellent offering of award-winning Butcombe beers.
The Royal Oak in Prestbury
Between the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Cheltenham Racecourse, and close to the Malvern Hills, The Royal Oak gastropub in Prestbury boasts log fires, a dog-friendly snug bar and dining room with high-quality pub food and excellent real ale. Choose from a selection of locally-sourced pub classics with modern twists, with options for kids, vegans, vegetarians, and other dietary requirements. A large on-site function room makes the perfect venue for birthdays, meetings, and conferences – complete with a private bar for that extra touch.
The Old Restoration in Cheltenham
Treat the whole family, and your four-legged friend, to a home-cooked meal at the Grade II-listed, 17th century Old Restoration gastropub – the oldest public house in Cheltenham. Indulge with a menu full of modern twists on classic pub favourites, from rump steak to beer-battered fish and chips, burgers with home-made chips, scrumptious roast dinners, and, of course, a decadent selection of desserts.
The White Horse in Buckover
The White Horse pub-restaurant, in the quaint Gloucestershire hamlet of Buckover, serves modern twists on pub classics, prepared with local ingredients, with spectacular sights of the Somerset countryside from its patio area, children’s play area, and a cosy interior to relax in. Close to the Cotswolds AONB, the dog-friendly White Horse boasts incredible views over the Severn Estuary – the perfect place for a hearty meal and a proper pint.