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It’s the weekend, the sun is shining and the pub is calling your name, but where is the best place to go? Fortunately for you we’ve picked twelve of the best pubs with beer gardens in Cheltenham. Enjoy, you deserve it!

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Their aim is to provide the world with an authentic coffee experience through innovative single origin coffee products

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In such a beautiful setting, there’s no excuse to stay inside when it comes to summer in the Cotswolds. After a trip out, or perhaps a leisurely ramble in the countryside, there’s nothing like enjoying drinks and dinner al fresco at one of the region’s charming pubs. We pick 30 of the best beer gardens

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There are many beautiful spots in and around the Cotswolds to lay your blanket down and enjoy a good old fashioned picnic! Here are 13 of the best…

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Shipton Mill: A mill with history

Thursday, April 12, 2018

As recorded in the Domesday book, there has been a mill at Long Newnton for over 900 years

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The Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards is undoubtedly one of the biggest events in the Cotswold calendar and this year we’ll be celebrating our 16th anniversary

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According to many, there’s no such thing as a free lunch. This may be true, but, thanks to Carluccio’s there is now such a thing as a free breakfast, as long as you wear a certain item of clothing

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From a hearty fry-up to a pint of Guinness, start Cheltenham Race Week with one of these top local breakfasts. Our guide takes the gamble out of where to go for a winning way to start the day

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A British staple; there’s nothing more comforting than a plate of pie and mash. From gastropubs to local butchers, we pick 12 of the best places to pick up a pie in the Cotswolds

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Why we should have more respect for the humble sausage roll in 2018

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Awe-inspiring views, picture-perfect scenery and iconic landmarks, the Cotswolds is the perfect place to enjoy a countryside ramble. We pick 7 walks for you to try with nearby cafes to rest your weary feet and indulge in a cream tea

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Guy Warner: Beef it up!

Monday, February 19, 2018

Where to find the best meat in the Cotswolds for your Sunday roast...

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The weekend has finally arrived and what better way to celebrate time off then with a bottle of fizz? We pick 10 Cheltenham spots perfect for a few glasses (or bottles) of bubbly

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Low beamed ceilings, Cotswold stone and plenty of charm; the region boasts an abundance of delightful historic pubs. We pick 10 of our favourite to visit

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Award-winning Simpsons Fish and Chips in Cheltenham are inviting customers to say it with flowers of a different kind this year by offering lovers the chance to gift a bespoke bouquet made entirely from fish and chips

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Want to eat healthily but don’t know where to begin? You’re not the only one! Confusing and conflicting advice is doing us a fat lot of good, says Katie Jarvis (fad dieter extraordinaire). Which is why she’s consulting a real expert: Cotswold nutritionist Georgie Graham

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Join Arlene Phillips and Strictly Come Dancing favourites Aljaz and Janette on this exclusive 8-day river cruise along the Danube

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There are lots of reasons why Cheltenham is a wonderful town to visit, and the abundance of delightful boozers is definitely one of them! With gorgeous interiors, great beer on tap and menus of delicious fare, we pick 12 of the best pubs to visit in the town

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All hail the ale! Meet the Cotswolds’ newest female brewer, Sam Burke: a refreshing newcomer adding a whole new fizz to the market

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Katie Jarvis meets Giles Coren, Times columnist and restaurant critic, and discovers a) his Cotswold home is quite hard to find b) his lawn tractor is quite hard to start and c) he isn’t especially angry at all (but actually quite pleasing)

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