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Restaurant Reviews

The Finest Dining Guide

Somerset Moore has kindly spent the last year reviewing Cotswold restaurants and pubs on our behalf.

Swan Hotel

The Swan Hotel, Bibury
Luxury, Chic, Special

Lords of the Manor

Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter
Tranquil, Location, Michelin

Russell's of Broadway

Russell's of Broadway, Broadway
Contemporary, British, Elegant

Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa

Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa, Malmesbury
Relaxing, excellent, countryside

Review of The Hare and Hounds Hotel, Westonbirt near Tetbury

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Westonbirt is a perfect example of one of those tiny Cotswold places that you might drive through in a blink, but is full of history and stories. Westonbirt House was one of the most expensive of its time - built by the Holford family, whose family fortune came from the New River Company - which brought fresh water into London.

The Painswick, Painswick

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This dowager lady of an hotel, which has lived many lives over the years has had a sympathetic facelift and yet a new name ’The Painswick’.

Since a sale in 2005 this dear old Palladian hotel has drifted slightly out of control, changing hands too often - no one wanting,...

The Village Pub, Barnsley

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Say the word 'Barnsley' to many people and they will imagine the slightly down at heel northern town, with a past reliant on coal mining, glass making, flat caps and ferret racing - and at one time home of George Orwell, that is when he was not living near Painswick , the...

Potager Restaurant at Barnsley House, Barnsley, Nr Cirencester

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Sunshine, a rare sight recently, greeted us in Barnsley. Inside the welcome was also very sunny, from a friendly staff with Sian in charge. We were led to our table and looked after delightfully for the next two hours plus. A simple but comprehensive menu was perfect for Sunday lunch particularly in the roast beef department, though there was a good showing of fish.

Russell's of Broadway

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In the charming Cotswold honeypot village of Broadway, Worcestershire, there was a furniture factory where Gordon Russell  carried the banner of the Arts and Crafts  movement and skilled craftsmanship well into the 20th century.

Three Ways House Hotel

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Mickleton is in the upper reaches of the Cotswolds, in fact the most northerly village in Gloucestershire. As one progresses north  through the villages of Weston and Aston Subedge and Honeybourne, the clue is in those names that the hills are getting lower and black-and-white timbered buildings more plentiful

The delightful Three Ways House Hotel, built in 1870, is privately owned by Simon and Gill Coombe. It has been run as a hotel and restaurant for nearly a hundred years and sits, as the name suggests on a crossroads, in the centre of this mostly honey-coloured stone housed village Between Broadway and. Stratford-Upon-Avon.


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