A British Cotswold Inn brimming with rich history, the perfect spot for a delicious feast or simply a round of drinks in front of the roaring open fire.
Best of British Tatler Restaurant Awards
“And the food? Suffice to say, the flavours are as fresh as the staff are dishy.”
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RESTAURANT Kettner’s Townhouse The iconic Kettner’s Townhouse has been given a makeover by Soho House. First established in 1867 by Auguste Kettner (rumoured to be chef to Napoleon III), the restaurant has thrilled the likes of Winston Churchill, Agatha Christie, Oscar Wilde, Bing Crosby and…Read more
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The picture perfect village of Ewen is the perfect spot to explore the surrounding Cotswolds, stopping by at The Wild Duck for a pie and a pint or a Sunday roast. Nearby there is the Roman town of Cirencester with its local butchers, fish shop and Friday market (which is one of the oldest in the country), or you can treat your four-legged friend to a hike in the fields.
A little further afield, these are some of our favourites:
Fun family things to do: Antiques shopping in Tetbury, Westonbirt, Cheltenham Horse Races, explore Cotswold Water Park’s 150 lakes , Adam Henson’s Cotswolds Farm Park, Cotswold Wildlife Park, Batsford Arboretum
Shooting & Game Sports: Ian Coley Sporting (Cheltenham), Gloucester Rugby Club, Longdole Polo Club
Gardens: Sudeley Castle & Gardens, Stanway House & Fountain, Chastleton House & Gardens, Hidcote Manor Garden, Blenheim Palace