Our list of some of the best places to eat in The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds has been a foody heaven for a long time, and more and more very good restaurants are opening all the time. Read our list of the best places to eat:

The Wild Rabbit, Kingham

The Wild Rabbit is the latest addition to the Daylesford stable, and is already one of the most popular pubs in the area.

(01608 658389; www.thewildrabbit.co.uk)

The Bell at Sapperton, Sapperton

Four-legged friends will feel right at home here. Dogs are welcome, and horses have their own bar.

(01285 760298; www.foodatthebell.co.uk)

The Wheatsheaf Inn, Northleach

Excellent Bloody Mary mix, smart pub food and comfortable rooms.

(01451 860244; www.cotswoldswheatsheaf.com)

Cowley Manor, Cowley

A beautiful dining room serving local, organic and seasonal British produce. The puddings are a must.

(01242 870900; www.cowleymanor.com)

The Fox Inn, Oddington

This 16th-century stone inn has it all-flagstone floors, wooden beams, open fires and real ale.

(01451 870555; www.foxinn.net)

Food Made by Bob, Cirencester

A stylish restaurant, bar and deli.

(01285 641818; www.foodmadebybob.com)

Simply Allium, Fairford

British classics served with panache.

(01285 712200; www.restaurantallium.co.uk)

The Inn at Fossebridge, Fossebridge

Classic pub food and a proper garden. Ideal for the summer.

(01285 720721; www.cotswolds-country-pub-hotel.co.uk)

The Bathurst Arms, North Cerney

Enjoy a local pint and a hearty fish-and-chips lunch after a long walk.

(01285 831281; www.bathurstarms.com)

The Swan at Southrop, Southrop

Locally sourced food in a superb setting, with a relaxed atmosphere.

(01367 850205; www.theswanatsouthrop.co.uk)

Bibury Court, Bibury

The views here are, without question, among the most beautiful in the area.

(01285 740337; www.biburycourt.co.uk)

Barnsley House, Barnsley

Feast on delicious homegrown produce in the lovely garden.

(01285 740000; www.barnsleyhouse.com)

The Village Pub, Barnsley

Enjoy summer on the terrace, or cosy up in winter by the fire.

(01285 740421; www.thevillagepub.co.uk)

Calcot Manor, Calcot

Pick The Conservatory for fine dining, and The Gumstool Inn for pub grub.

(01666 890391; www.calcotmanor.co.uk)

Daylesford Farmshop & Café, Daylesford

Field-to-fork eating in famously stylish surroundings. Dress to impress.

(01608 731700; www.daylesfordorganic.com)

The Wild Duck Inn, Ewen

A cosy pub with a serious wine list.

(01285 770310; www.thewildduckinn.co.uk)

The Kings Head Inn, Bledington

The quintessential country pub on a village green, serving delicious contemporary dishes (above).

(01608 658365; www.thekingsheadinn.net)

Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter

Offer Michelin-starred dining in a tranquil former rectory. One to book for a special occasion.

(01451 820243; www.lordsofthemanor.com)

The Five Alls, Filkins

Sip a pint and nibble some delicious ‘bar bites’ (the duck-fat chips are sensational) before lunch.

(01367 860875; www.thefivealls.com)

The Potting Shed, Crudwell

A light and airy pub serving great British food, with lots of well-kept beers on tap. Make sure you try the pork-and apricot sausages.

(01666 577833; www.thepottingshedpub.com)

The Swan Inn, Swinbrook

Fancy a day and a night by the river? Look no further. The menu of imaginative, seasonal dishes changes daily, and is posted online.

(01993 823339; www.theswanswinbrook.co.uk)

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