With its enchanting villages, magnificent castles and glorious landscapes – it is no wonder that the Cotswolds is recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Running through six counties (Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire), there is much to explore. Enjoy sites of enormous historical interest like the Roman Baths and Blenheim Palace, or simply take a stroll in one of the many quintessential English villages and browse for antiques. The Cotswolds boasts some of the best family attractions and visitors of all ages will be spoilt for choice.
The award-winning Swan pub is a stone’s throw away from Grey’s Court. Sample real ale at the bar or go alfresco in the intimate courtyard during the summer months. The menu offers a range of delicious English country pub fare with many of the ingredients grown at the farm across the road at the Thyme Estate.
A year after being named Michelin Pub of the Year, The Wild Rabbit was awarded its first Michelin star in 2016. This 18th Century pub serves locally sourced seasonal food and is a definite favourite with its lovely open fires and minimalist rustic décor. Reservations are a must if you’re planning to visit on a weekend.
The Wheatsheaf is the perfect stop if you’re looking for great quality gastropub food in a country village setting. Whether you want fish & chips, a pie & a pint or steak-frites– you’ll find something for everyone on the menu. If you’re popping in after a long country walk, sit back and relax with a drink by the fire.
The Fox at Oddington offers local ales, fine wines and delicious pub food. Just a 10-minute drive away from Stow-on-the-Wold, visitors will be delighted by the fireplace at the bar and the original period features that make this pub burst with character.
With five cottages to choose from, Grey's Court offers elegance, style and comfort in one of the Cotswolds loveliest villages.