eating out


Bespoke Brewery Wine Bar (2)bespoke brewery in mitcheldean

is a new and exciting addition to Mitcheldean, both brewing their own bitters and beers and having a vault like wine bar in the Mews, just off the high street.

It opens at 3.00pm on a Friday and so if you arrive at the house prior to official arrival time, you can get a coffee or a beer.

And if you want an informal bar to enjoy drinks on a Friday or Saturday evening, then it is a stone’s thrown from the house.

You can also pre-order kegs of their beer to be delivered to the house, prior to your weekend stay.

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white horse pub in mitcheldean

is a really friendly, family run village pub with coverage of all the big games

It has a pool table in the rear bar and TVS in the front bar and outdoor seating for smokers and for good weather

It also hosts a very successful folk night and is the heart of the village.

They are always ready to welcome guests of The General Stores, Mill End Mitcheldean.

High St, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire GL17 0AT – Phone:01594 542375

yaks n yetis in ross-on-wye

offers wonderful freshly cooked and aromatic cuisines of Nepal, in a friendly environment in the beautiful market town of Ross on Wye.  To get the full experience you can sit cross legged on padded cushions at low tables in the rear of the restaurant – always a hit with children! Web www.yaksnyetis.info, E-mail yaksnyetis@googlemail.com 01989 564 963

the ship inn in newnham-on-severn

When you eat at The Ship Inn you’ll experience great tasting, well presented food … so good that you’ll want to return again and again like so many of their food loving diners and guests.

All the food is freshly prepared on the premises and sourced from local suppliers,, and The Ship offers speciality evenings including Pizza night and freshly cooked Indian food.

The Ship Inn endeavours to only use foods that are in season and only of the highest quality.

It also offers additional accommodation to Mill End Mitcheldean, should group size exceed capacity.

the red hart in blaisdon

is a cracking country pub complete with open fire, cats and dogs and old fashioned board games.

And a good beer garden with wooden furniture and lots of wooden play equipment to keep kids happy.

Not forgetting great food for which people eagerly await opening time in the car park and some good beers and real ales too.

Pre-booking is essential on 01452 830477 and they have a private dining room if required for lunches or evening meals for large groups.

the farmers boy in longhope

a fantastic pub with ever increasingly good reviews.

Not content with improving the menu massively and making their own pies available through their Mad About Pies shop, they now also have a deli on site.

A huge garden too, so children can rampage around whilst you eat outside, and they are equally accepting of children inside the pub (maybe less of the rampaging though) .

Contact them on 01452 831300

or click the image to go straight to their site.

the crown of crucis in cirencester

found in a picturesque village setting in the beautiful South Cotswolds near the town of Cirencester known as Corinium in its heyday of Ancient Roman times.

Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 5RS, Tel: +44(0)1285 851 806
Email: info@thecrownofcrucis.co.uk, Web: www.thecrownofcrucis.co.uk

the old passage inn in arlingham

Arlingham : Gloucestershire : GL2 7JR
Tel : (44) 01452 740 547
Fax: (44) 01452 741 871

The freshest fish is found here with the highest quality cuisine to be found anywhere.
Luxurious bedrooms – all en-suite and air-conditioned offer delightful views across the River Severn.

The Old Passage Inn is reached by driving up and around Gloucester and via the beautiful Frampton on Severn (longest remaining village green in the UK) , and down a very windy lane, but is well worth the drive.  We highly recommend it.

the speech house hotel in the heart of the forest

a 17th century former hunting lodge set in the heart of the Forest of Dean. Comfortably appointed bedrooms, several with four-poster beds have been tastefully refurbished and offer modern facilities while retaining their original charm.

The beamed Verderer’s Court restaurant reflects the room’s continuing use as a courthouse for the Foresters of Dean, while the more intimate Freeminers Restaurant maintains links with a unique Forest tradition.

Tel: 01594 822 607 – Fax: 01594 823 658 – Email: relax@thespeechhouse.co.uk

the fern ticket inn – cinderford

Pub / restaurant on the high street in Cinderford.

Ring 01594826908, or take a look at their website and facebook page.

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