Cycle back in time to a vintage pub in Cotswolds. Situated in the centre of the village of Crudwell, The Potting Shed is the perfect spot to enjoy some lunch after a long morning of cycling. Their extensive gardens provide them with homegrown vegetables that you will see on the menu; not to mention a great place to relax your legs, under the weeping willow and apple trees.
2. The Swan Inn
Breeze along the the beautiful banks of the River Windrush to find yourself at the Swan Inn, Swinbrook. This little slice of tranquility is a great place to stop for lunch or to rest for the night, with stunning riverside and stable bedrooms. With a fresh seasonal menu, wide open fields of grass, and the mellifluous sounds of the river you couldn’t ask for a more relaxing break.
With a multi-award winning, modern British menu, you really will be dining in style at The Kingham Plough in Cotswolds the Cotswolds. The Menu celebrates local produce sourced in and around Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. Friendly and welcoming, this pub and the surrounding areas of Chipping Norton, is a great place to visit with gorgeous scenery and buildings that are 100 years old if not older.
4. The Star inn
If you’re a fan of fine ales, then look no further. The Star Inn, a traditional Cotswolds pub located in picturesque Whiteshill, offers an impressive selection of award-winning ales served straight from the barrel. What better way to finish a full day of cycling in the Cotswolds, then sitting back and relaxing in a cosy pub with an ale to suit any preference.
If you’re a stickler for tradition, then this traditional English pub is just for you. Family-run for four generations, this 16th century cotswold stone inn is the perfect place to re-fuel, offering locally sourced Bibury trout and heart warming casseroles. Situated below the village of Aldsworth, enjoy a calming cycle among the Cotswolds hills and jurassic limestone.