First rate dining places uncovered around England’s renowned Cotswolds

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A pro-operated bar with a stunning patio and a food offering that is under no circumstances anything other than exquisite. If you have time, look for directions to the 1300s St Nicholas Church, a brief hike away. It's a enchanting, frozen-in-time space with Norman French wall art that was truly tucked away for many years in shrubbery.

You simply won't find a cosier tavern than this. The tavern is a cranny decorated with preserved hops, and it serves a vast variety of neighborhood beer. The food offering is tasty but it's the experience of a normal commune bar that is the pull.

In this Jacobean estate located on the borders of picturesque hamlet Bibury, a short trip away from Cirencester, the Bibury Court eatery has earned a number of honours and prizes for its revolutionary fine menu. Supervising chef Anthony Ely was employed from The Clarence Hotel in Dublin (famously financed by The Edge and Bono from U2) in 2005, and composes courses including linguini with oxtail, red wine and root vegetables, and crisp Bibury trout with ragout of wild Fowey mussels, herb gnocchi and butternut squash. Bibury Court is also a motel.

Recently a Butcher's, which shut down after a Tesco grocery store emerged, it's at this point probably the most well-liked restaurants in the area.

Operated by Emily Watkins, formerly known for Heston Blumenthal's The Fat Duck. Watkins serves hassle-free dishes of local food prepared with remarkable detail. Check out the Hereford beef or the crunchy, breaded goose egg. They also grate fresh horseradish root into their Bloody Mary's and supply pig's ears for your dog for a pound.

Chef Humphrey Fletcher has previously been employed with the River Café and Kensington Place and cooks up superb braised sea trout with samphire and brown shrimp and steak frites. Entrepreneur Sam Pearman originates from Gloucestershire and used to work with Langan's Brasserie in the capital city. He fairly recently purchased The Wheatsheaf in the south of Great Britain and the indications are reassuring.

A Relais & Chateaux associate, Whatley Manor has a few bistros - Swiss brasserie Le Mazot and Michelin-starred The Dining Room. Both are run by head chef Martin Burge, who has picked up a number of honours for his modern day interpretation of classic French fine food. Needlessly to say, Burge did time at both Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons and Pied a Terre before transferring to Wiltshire. Whatley Manor is also a motel.

Lady Carole Bamford's brand new tavern with accommodation, in tranquil Kingham, is rather evidently the culinary sister to her health spa at Daylesford. As you enter it, you find yourself looking at pale open-brick walls, pale flagstones and a bright wooden bar. Behind the bar, Oxford Uni students are offering British ales. Mismatched furniture is organized close to an open fireplace, or looking out on to the small town.