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Restaurants in Gloucestershire

The rich landscape of the Forest of Dean and the Cotswolds makes Gloucestershire primarily a rural county, dotted with a handful of prosperous towns like Cheltenham. The River Severn is famous for its salmon and elvers (young eels as thin as spaghetti). These are an exceedingly rare treat, but worth looking out for.

The county's cheesemakers are an inventive bunch, and we mustn't forget the now-famous Gloucester Old Spot pig - a breeding success story and a delicacy eagerly snapped up by chefs across the land.

The Gloucestershire Restaurant Guide
  
Storyteller Restaurant and Wine Room - Cheltenham
Located close to all of the major attractions of the area and housed in a light and airy conservatory, Cheltenham's Storyteller Restaurant is always abuzz with atmosphere
  
Horse and Groom - Bourton on the Hill
The archetypal honey-coloured Cotswold stone inn
  
Wesley House - Winchcombe
At first glance the frontage might suggest a tearoom, but the striking interior and the upbeat menus quickly announce that something more serious is going on
A Regency Spa town, renowned for its stylish shopping, colourful parks, floral displays, horseracing, festivals and events
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Arlingham Bourton on the Water Chedworth
Cheltenham Chipping Campden Cirencester
Clearwell Coln St Aldwyns Eldersfield
Forest of Dean Lechlade Lower Oddington
Lydbrook Minchinhampton Moreton in Marsh
Nailsworth Painswick Sapperton
Stow on the Wold Stroud Tetbury
Tewkesbury Upton St Leonards Whitminster
Winchcombe


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