A thriving town centre pub in the heart of Henley, the Bull is the place to meet for a drink in the busy bar. There’s a large restaurant where traditional food meets modern brasserie. After a major makeover in 2013, the pub has retained a sense of heritage whilst adding a contemporary feel it it, and even has a micro-brewery.
In the heart of Marlow, a bustling town on the River Thames, this pub is famous for its steaks. With the Butcher’s Block offering freshly cut steaks to order alongside a menu full of variety. The Chequers has its own pub within the pub, the Churchill Tap. A craft ale lovers heaven. Recently refurbished, the Friday night music is a popular choice with many locals.
Located in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon with 12 en-suite bedrooms and an elegant bar and restaurant. It is the perfect base to soak up the history, culture and entertainment that the famous town offers. The piano in the bar offers a great way to unwind Monday to Saturday 5.30pm.
Located in Shipston on Stour in the Cotswolds, this large pub with 15 en-suite bedrooms has recently re-opened after a major makeover. We describe the look as modern yet sympathetic to it's late 18th century features with a feel of casual elegance about it.
Opened in November 2015 after an extensive makeover. Located in Shepherds Bush with a great atmosphere to enjoy drinks and a bite to eat. The Pocket Watch appeals to those who want to watch sport, as well as mums and their youngsters who want to meet for brunch and catch up, or office workers in needs of refreshment after a long day.
An award-winning Cotswold pub with a large restaurant, conservatory, bar and private dining room along with 13 boutique rooms. It’s had a complete makeover in 2013, and has just been crowned AA pub of the year 2015/16 and rated best new pub by the Good Pub Guide for 2015/16 too.
This is a perfect country inn at the heart of picturesque Mickleham village in the Surrey hills. With 5 en-suite bedrooms, and a pub full of traditional charm and a roaring log fire, it’s popular with locals and those from further afield too, for drinks at the bar, a quick bite to eat or dining in the restaurant.
The Sheep on Sheet Street revealed its new look, along with its new name in July 2016. The Sheep brings a new dimension to eating and drinking in the Cotswolds, as well as a little Soho style too. Located in the heart of Stow on the Wold, stay in one of our wonderfully comfortable twenty-two en suite rooms. All the rooms are decorated to a high standard, offering a comfy place to stay. Their sophisticated simplicity gives them a luxurious feel. The ground floor of the Sheep includes plenty of dining space, as well as full length bar top and cosy fire. There’s an open kitchen and a wood-fired oven too. The kitchen is available all day, welcoming those not lucky enough to be staying the chance to come in for breakfast. There’s an a la carte menu offering a wide range of freshly cooked pizzas throughout the afternoon and evening. Families are welcome, and children have a bespoke menu.