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Food and Drink

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Food and Drink

There is an abundance of places to eat and drink in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, a real foodie destination, renowned for its excellent pubs & restaurants, many of which have won awards for their innovative cooking and use of local, seasonal ingredients. Many work with local food and drink producers, so it is a real opportunity to taste the Cotswolds!

For lovers of café culture, there is plenty of choice, with independent, artisan coffee shops, country cafés serving homemade treats and of course, the traditional English tearoom. Fans of afternoon tea will love the variety of options, from glamourous hotels to cosy cafés.

In the heart of rural England, the Oxfordshire Cotswolds is home to many farm shops and local producers where you can sample some of the delicious local food and drink. There are regular farmers' markets, along with some superb local food and drink festivals.

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Restaurant of the Bay Tree Hotel in Burford

Bay Tree Hotel

The award winning Bay Tree Restaurant overlooks the rose and herb garden, and specialises in serving local seasonal produce as well as an extensive...

The Lamb Inn Burford dining room

The Lamb Inn (Burford)

The Lamb Inn's 3 AA rosette Cotswolds restaurant serves delicious food. They offer...

The King's Head Inn at Bledington

Kings Head Inn (Bledington)

The classic English country pub that one always hopes to find but seldom does. Well...

Restaurant of the Bay Tree Hotel in Burford

Bay Tree Hotel

The award winning Bay Tree Restaurant overlooks the rose and herb garden, and...

Daylesford Organic Farm Cafe

Daylesford Organic

The award-winning cafe at Daylesford is all about organic, seasonal and delicious...

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Food & Drink

Angel, Witney

Angel

Witney pub - close to Church Green and St Mary's Church.