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A Guide To Cotswold Pubs

The Pear Tree, Hook Norton The UK is renowned for its country pubs. Many pubs in the Cotswolds are owned by the landlord & others are by none brewing companies or local breweries. Many have become smart dining places whilst some still retain the "spit & sawdust" atmosphere of years ago. Landlords are now offering a smoke-free area and most welcome children. Pub menus vary throughout the area, some offer elaborate restaurant fare & others down to earth basics like ham, egg & chips & many chefs are using local produce. Each establishment offer a selection of beers, lagers, wines & soft drinks, tea & coffee.

The Crown, Cerney Wick Many of the pubs & inns date back 300 years or more & are often on old coaching routes, so offered traveller's a place for refreshments & the changing of the horses. Some are associated with highwaymen others with ghosts, many with open fires & wood-beamed ceilings, others with large gardens, some with no gardens, in other words, they are all different yet have one thing in common, all have been or are important places within our communities and will continue to be for years to come.

We have enjoy our visits to some of the pubs listed & we will look forward to visiting many more.

The Plough, Crudwell Our list of pubs is not a definitive list and establishments can change over time. The pubs listed are for information only & are not necessarily recommended & of course, we cannot be held responsible if some details are wrong, that the beer is to strong or weak, if the food is exceptional or not, or you don't like the place, that's for you to decide, just enjoy your visit.

Landlord's if you would like your pub listed, please fill in the submission form or contact The Cotswold Gateway.

 
 

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