Sit back and relax on elegant sofas whilst ordering a seemingly endless list of drinks. Start with a heavenly afternoon tea (from 2pm-5pm) and then once the teacups and crumbs are cleared away you can crack on with the extensive bar menu - from champagne to cranberry including some impressive cocktails.
This Cirencester chameleon is the perfect place to visit for time out. Elegant and relaxed during the day offering fabulous food, including power salads and hot sandwiches, then it transforms into a spirited place to hang out at night, particularly at the weekend with an excellent list of cheeky cocktails.
Set in this charming village just a short drive away from Cirencester. Here’s a place for all seasons - fires to warm up and a pretty garden to relax. You may think you’re just dropping in for a drink but our money’s on you looking at the tempting menu as well.
This award-winning pub, also offering rooms, has a vast array of drinks on offer including real cask ales. Set in an elegant 17th-century inn, in the centre of town, you’ll find an array of Thwaites beer and wines from all over the world. The food is also worth a trip.
If you’re looking for a pub with history and a view then try The Tunnel Inn just outside town. Overlooking the old canal it offers glorious outside space overlooking acres of fields and lovely walks to take after your drink or lunch.
Locals and celebs rub shoulders in this beautiful, yet unpretentious haunt. Offering open fires, a skittle alley and a stunning private dining room, it’s definitely worth a peek. The wines are spectacular including old and new world and for those needing a pint there are real and guest ales on tap.
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