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gastro-holiday-in-the-cotswolds-manor-cottages.jpgThe Cotswolds has lots to offer – rolling countryside, a deep and rich history and lots of fascinating properties to visit and walks to try. It also has a wealth of superb pubs and eateries to try out – ideal if you want to book a gastro-themed holiday in this part of the country.

First up is The Royal Oak in Tetbury. The inn itself is traditional and everything you would expect to find in the Cotswolds. The wonderful menu changes frequently, but recent examples of gorgeous dishes there include a porcini mushroom and herb burger, real ale battered fish of the day and shellfish bisque.

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If you happen to be in Stow on the Wold, don’t walk past Cotswolds Baguettes when you find it. Head inside and enjoy what must surely be some of the finest baguettes in the area, crammed full of your choice of filling. They even do a breakfast baguette menu, offering the perfect way to start your day. Bacon, brie and cranberry sauce, anyone?

Food Made by Bob in Cirencester may not sound like the place you’d head for when leaving your Cotswold holiday cottage behind in search of dinner. Hang on though because this is a great place to get local and seasonal fare, complete with freshly-made bread baked that morning. Watch out for the specials for something truly special!

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If you’re looking for a restaurant that is Michelin-starred, head over to Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham. This gastro delight has various menus and courses, offering such delights as seared scallops, roasted native lobster and wood pigeon. Check out the latest menus at the venue to see what else is on offer.

Burford is a popular haunt for many visiting the Cotswolds. It’s a good place to rent a Cotswolds holiday cottage too. You also have the chance to head to The Angel, which dates back to the 16th century and offers a superb menu to please everyone. With main and bar menus available, along with a Sunday menu too, any visit will be greeted with mouth-watering possibilities. One piece of advice though – make sure you leave room for an impressive dessert.