With its huge wealth of wonderful pubs and restaurants why not plan some time away visiting The Cotswolds and have a “dining fest” as well. The places below are some of our favourites and are all within 5 minutes of Trinity House, our luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of the Cotswolds.
We are lucky enough to have two exceptional pubs in Oddington, both serving fantastic food:
The Horse and Groom, Upper Oddington with beams, flagstone floors, chunky logs around the double roaring fire. You will find delicious food and an excellent wine list, to say nothing of Simon’s passion for good beer. An interesting, exciting and ever changing selection of local and regional cask ales from Wye Valley, Whale Ale, Cotswold Spring, North Cotswold, Goffs and Cotswold Lion.
The Fox, Lower Oddington: This Virginia creeper clad, Cotswold stone Inn, with flagstone floors, beams, open fireplaces and collections of antiques is the perfect setting for either a romantic or family meal. During the summer months you can enjoy the enclosed, covered and heated terraced area for al fresco dining. Excellent food from their seasonal menu, which includes the modern and traditional classics, complimented by a large range of fine wines and selection of real ales.
Just a few miles away from Trinity House, you will find:
The Kingham Plough, Kingham: Emily, the Head Chef was trained by Heston Blumenthal at The Fat Duck in Bray. Her prowess is to produce inspirational modern British cuisine with an eclectic touch.The emphasis is on celebrating local produce sourced in and around Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. If you are looking for something different, you will love the Kingham Plough which was restored in 2007 by Emily and husband Miles, from the village drinking pub to this beautiful building – you eat in a barn with wonderful quirkiness. Not to be missed are the Sunday night bar snacks – more like Tapas.
The Old Butchers, Stow on the Wold: This restaurant, not surprisingly, was once the butcher’s shop in Stow. Now it has been transformed to a very high grade restaurant. Pete and Louise have owned and run this fantastic eatery since 2005. Pete – the chef - cooks wonderfully different and intuitive food – from lobster with a twist to delicious offal like you will never have tasted. It’s definitely worth a visit.
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