Places to eat

Worcestershire and the Cotswolds is the garden of Britain, so you can always expect great ingredients when you eat out at local pubs and restaurants.  And not much beats arriving at a great Cotswold pub on a summer's evening behind the wheel of a classic sports car.

The links below will point you in the direction of good restaurants, pubs and cafes in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.  We hand-edit the listings based on our experience and customer recommendation.  For advice and more information, please call us on 01527 893733 or email us.  To also contact us if you want to recommend a good local place to eat out or if you run one.

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Relaxing, good quality gastro pub in the pretty village of Aston Cantlow.

The National Trust’s picture-perfect country inn at Bretforton.

Another gastro pub, this time iin Lapworth, very popular with Warwickshire’s suited and booted set.

Relaxing pub with restaurant at Preston Bagot, near Henley in Arden.

Excellent pub in Stow on the Wold with informal restaurant feel.

In the village of Lower Oddington near Stow on the Wold.  Great food, great garden and with some nice rooms too.

Good food and very popular, particularly on Cheltenham race weekends because the local jockeys drink here.  In the village of Temple Guiting, near Stow on the Wold and Winchcombe.

Great location on the village green at Bledington.  Good food and rooms available.



A restaurant with rooms - some of which are fantastic - in this exellent central location.

Romantic, 'bespoke hotel' in the beautiful village of Upper Slaughter near Stow on the Wold.  Great restaurant.

Possibly the best balti in Birmingham.

The best of Birmingham's  Michelin-starred eateries.

Gastro pub in the charming Worcestershire village of Feckenham just 5 minutes from our base

directory sites
Search the small database by category – pubs, restaurants or cafes
Eateries across the region – Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean.
A national database of restaurants.
Alistair Sawday’s guides cover pubs and inns too.
A simple database of pubs and restaurants.
A personal but reliable guide to good dining pubs.
Ideal for self-catering – a guide to good farmers’ markets.
A site that does exactly what it says.  Don’t browse on an empty stomach.
If you like dining discerningly, click here.


Restaurant with rooms on the North Norfolk coast.