Flagstone Farm

Luxury Holiday Cottages in the Cotswolds

Friday 30th of November 2018

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Eating Out in the Cotswolds

Self-catering is arguably the best way to explore the cuisine of the Cotswolds. The local produce of the Cotswolds area- especially the Cotswolds lamb- is not to be passed up lightly. You can find a hearty welcome at the traditional country pubs, most known for the real local ale. 


From our central location you can find a variety of cuisines catering to all tastes. Most establishments will only use the freshest, local produce, prepared by master chefs to the highest standard. Here are some of our favourite places around the area:

The Porch House

Recognised and heralded as England's oldest inn, this historic inn has stood proudly since 947AD. This fantastic public house has been tastefully renovated to modern standards whilst retaining many original features.

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The Bell at Stow

Much loved by the locals for its friendly atmosphere and fantastic food and local real ale, The Bell is one of Stow's worst kept secrets. There are regular events such as quiz nights, you may be forgiven if you don't manage to venture further than the town.

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The Kings Arms

Standing proudly at the heart of Stow, this traditional country pub has all the features you would expect to find and more. There are an abundance of exhibitions, galleries and quirky shops near by to explore.

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Cotswold Garden Tea Rooms

There is no better way to spend a leisurely afternoon than a enjoying a traditional cream tea at one Cotswolds' best tea room. With a variety of cakes made fresh daily and a lovely lunch menu of delightful light bites, it's hard not to indulge yourself.

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Aroma

If you fancy more exotic flavours, Aroma is one of our firm favourite Indian restaurants in the area. The Cotswolds lamb perfectly complements the traditional Tandoori and Bangledeshi cuisine.

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