Food & Drink

Top Restaurants
Top Pubs
Other Food & Drink
  • The Fox at Oddington (Moreton-in-Marsh), The Chequers Churchill (Chipping Norton), The King's Head Inn (Bledington), The Carpenter's Arms (Burford), The Swan (Southrop, Lechlade)

Activities & Attractions

Top Activities
  • Cotswold Clay Club Private clay pigeon shooting experiences—suitable for all abilities with or without a licence
  • Soho Farmhouse 100 acres of scenic Oxfordshire countryside. Boathouse with indoor and outdoor pools on a pond with rowboats. Multiple restaurants, on-site country pub, cookery school, cinema, gym and spa, to name a few things. Activities include horse riding, tennis, rowing, shooting, gym, yoga, swimming, sauna and much more.
  • Walk down Arlington Row in Bibury or Bourton-on-the-Water Both areas are considered the 'The most beautiful village(s) in England'. Quintessential Cotswolds with quaint stone cottages.
  • Visit Daylesford Farm One of the most famous organic farms in Britain (2350 acres). Book a Daylesford cookery course and learn nose-to-tail butchery or how to forage for your dinner. Bonus: unwind at the onsite Bamford Haybarn Spa.
  • Explore Abbey House a privately owned country house garden in England’s oldest town, Malmesbury (April to September).
  • Antique shopping in Stow-on-the-wold Reputation for having Britain’s best antique shops
  • Check out the The Wild Rabbit A fancy pub in Chipping Norton with rooms and premium fare/drinks (down the road from Daylesford and using their produce)
  • Tour the Cotswolds Distillery They offer tours and tastings or checkout their bottle shop for gin, whisky & absinthe.


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