The Ebrington Arms near Chipping Campden
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A lovely 17th Century Cotswolds pub and restaurant near Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire that radiates charm and character with quaint yet stylish decor, open log fires, Cotswold stone walls and a warm welcome from the owners and locals.
The Ebrington Arms is an unspoilt 17th Century Inn, built from Cotswold stone and brimming with charm and character. Built around 1640, the building was thought to originally have been a large dwelling or farmhouse but has spent most of its life as a public house. Whatever its origins it’s definitely always been the hub of village life, set in stunning countryside by the village green.
Claire and Jim Alexander have been owners of The Ebrington Arms since 2007 and are rightly proud of their award winning ales, fine local lager and a thirst quenching cider.
The Restaurant. The food is oustanding, lovingly made with only the finest local ingredients and accredited 2 AA rosettes. The AA description reads: “The food and service marry together perfectly, creating a beautiful and relaxed experience."
The accommodation is also of the highest quality being accredited 4 AA Stars. There are 5 double bedrooms, all beautifully furnished and complete with every modern comfort. Wi-fi internet access is available throughout. If you're looking for a luxurious b&b near Chipping Campden you be hard pushed to find anything better.
Prices start at £110.00 per room per night including Full English Breakfast.
Weddings, Special Occassions and Function Hire. The biggest day of your life, an excuse to get the family or business together, a christening, a birthday party, a Christmas party, whatever the occasion this is the ideal Cotswolds location for your very special event. Only an hour from Birmingham and an hour-and-a-half from London, this 17th century inn and its idyllic grounds are available to hire all year round at very competitive rates. The new dining room can cater for up to 32 guests or 100 in a marquee.
Monday to Thursday - 12 - 3pm (food served 12 - 2.30pm) 6pm - close (food served 6.30 - 9pm)
Friday & Saturday - as above but food orders taken until 9.30pm in the evening
Sunday - 12 - 6pm - full menu plus traditional roast dinner served between 12 - 3.30pm
Closed 1st/2nd/4th Sunday evenings of the month
Quiz Night 3rd Sunday of the month
From Easter we will be open all day Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer.
Please note, dogs are welcome in the bar area but not in the restaurant or bedrooms.