Places to eat in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds
Find places to eat in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds ranging from outdoor tea-rooms to splendid cafés all serving a variety of snacks, lunches and drinks.
Visit Winthrop's Cafe and The Barn Kiosk (takeaway only) for a range of light snacks and beverages; or the National Trust shop, plant centre and second-hand bookshop for an array of tempting gifts and souvenirs.
Find out where to grab some refreshments and shop for second-hand books during your visit to Newark Park.
Off Road Bean serves Fair Trade coffee from its self-contained Land Rover, using only compostable cups and lids. Find out more about this eco-friendly vendor.
The café at Snowshill will provide welcoming refreshments during your visit. The shop stocks a wide range of gifts and souvenirs, and there's also a second-hand bookshop for picking up a pre-loved page-turner.
Tuck into a seasonal menu of tasty meals in the café at Chedworth Roman Villa, near Cheltenham, or visit the shop to discover gorgeous homewares, gifts and more.
Head to the dedicated picnic space in this Arts and Crafts-inspired garden.
This secluded country estate upon the Cotswold escarpment, provides garden strolls and woodland walks. Stop for a moment and enjoy the far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
One of the only surviving 17th-century Dutch water gardens in the UK. There's a dedicated picnic area over the bridge, so why not pack a flask of hot soup for your next visit?