Where edible adventures meet true-craft gins

Entry No. 76 Boringdon Hall (pictured)
The creative presentation of the premium gins at this historic manor house is rivalled only by the inventive cooking of its head chef Scott Paton.

Entry No. 5 The Bell Inn
Dare to make a dent in the 90-strong list at this mother of all South West gin haunts and cosy destination dining pub.

Entry No. 80 Paschoe House
Any bar which displays a huge stuffed ostrich over the fireplace is pretty notable. Explore the 19-strong gin list before dinner.

Entry No. 107 The Old Quay House Hotel
Start your gastronomic adventure out on the waterside terrace, with a gin selected from a menu of 17.

Entry No. 3 The Painswick
Sink into a ginormous fireside sofa at this chic Gloucestershire hotel and work your way through the collection of 13 gins.

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