This 17th-century inn is much loved by locals and visitors — with five smart rooms with rafters and big beds for those who wish to sleep over. The surrounding countryside provides plenty of good walks, and one of the highlights of any hike is returning to the cosy, unpretentious bar, with its low beams and fireplace.
Cosy Cotswolds pub and inn, renowned for its award-winning food and snug countryside situ.
The Cotswolds is a region of chocolate-box prettiness and billionaire bling, but this thriving local pub with rooms offers a down-to-earth welcome and excellent food.
This hidden treasure set in a gloriously unspoilt village is a modern day version of a country tavern – it’s at once a genuine pub that brews its own very smooth ales; a lovely restaurant with real local flavour; and a charming hotel with rural-chic bedrooms.
Tucked away in the quiet little village of Ebrington, this pub has a well-run restaurant with two AA rosettes and snug, unpretentious bar… Despite the stylish makeover and occasional celebrity visit, it hadn’t lost its village soul.
This north Cotswolds community does have a soul – it’s in the local pub
The Ebrington Arms is hard to beat on all fronts.
A Cotswold pub that’s not snobby, where you can wear your boots and bring your dog.
Recline in a comfy armchair in front of the large open fire with a Yubby Bitter before retreating to the restaurant for dinner.
Delicious locally sourced food, wonderful staff, cracking ales and a good local drinking crowd… The Ebrington Arms really does have it all!
The Ebrington Arms is everything a proper country pub should be. In every sense it is at the heart of its community. It serves local drinks, good-value local food and is run by staff who care about what they do.
The Ebrington Arms offers everything you wish for in a country pub… a perfect base to explore the Cotswolds.