Set in glorious grounds, the honey-coloured converted mill is a rural idyll in the village of Minster Lovell. Charming Cotswold‑stone buildings and barns are flanked by 65 acres of enchanting riverside gardens.
Restaurant GL50 chef‑patron Jonas Lodge’s exceptional credentials go beyond being Raymond Blanc‑trained.
Dog‑owning gourmets and gin‑ophiles should bookmark this 16th‑century Cotswold inn, as The Bell Inn’s fido‑friendly policy and collection of 80 gins make it an unusual find.
The Cotswolds is the home of the cosy dining pub, and The Wychwood Inn is a fine example.
This beautiful 17th-century manor house in the heart of a Cotswold village combines authentic tradition with creative modernity.
Curious diners can’t sneak an online peek at the latest menu ahead of their evening at Wilder as chef patron Matthew Beardshall likes to keep guests on the edge of their seats.